The 1960s were in their dying days when Little Milton made another entry on Billboard's soul singles chart on 27 December 1969 with If Walls Could Talk.
In 1955, the great blues writer and future Rock and Roll Hall of Fame member had his only US singles success in his own name with 'Walking The Blues.'
After his self-titled breakthrough, the trailblazer from McComb, Mississippi was a hot property on the US R&B singles chart.
In between two R&B chart-topping remakes, the mighty vocalists scored with a medley of 'I Can See A Rainbow' and 'Love Is Blue.'
It was R&B top ten hit No. 5 for the man from Inverness, Mississippi.
On 14 April 1951, the great bluesman hit the Billboard R&B chart with the song that he later said was his absolute favourite among all his recordings.
The next instalment in the much-praised Chess Northern Soul 7” series, Chess Northern Soul Vol III, will be released as a numbered box set on 16 March 2018.
The Rolling Stones have unveiled the classy music video for 'Hate To See You Go,' the lead song from their much-anticipated blues album Blue & Lonesome.
uDiscover puts the Rolling Stones' version of 'Hate To See You Go' back to back with the Little Walter original, so that you can see how they measure up.
In 1964, Chess Records released Surfin’ With Bo Diddley which is about as bizarre a concept album as you can possibly imagine.