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  Junior Walker and the All Stars
Fuqua's Tri-Phi and Harvey labels were taken over by Motown Records in 1963, and Junior Walker and the All-Stars began recording for the subsidiary label Soul in 1964.
Walker continued recording in the '70s, including a stint with ex-Motown producer writer Norman Whitfield's label in 1979, but was never as commercially successful as he had been with Motown.
Junior Walker died in Battle Creek, Michigan of cancer on November 23, 1995.
www.history-of-rock.com /junior_walker_and_the_all_stars.htm   (282 words)

  
  The M+M Group: Junior Walker's All Stars   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
Walker's "All Stars" present a spectacular live performance of unforgettable, non-stop foot stomping hits that guarantee everyone is on their feet within minutes of the group hitting the stage.
Walker, who was born Autry De Walt, started his rise to the top in South Bend, Indiana where he first played the saxophone in school and then in a series of bands that he organized.
Walker in the U.K., Europe and the U.S.A. Delby is recognized as a truly astounding musician whose dynamic piano and organ sound forms the backbone of the group's sound.
www.mm-group.org /artists_html/artists_bio/jrwalker.htm   (795 words)

  
 Jr. Walker & the All Stars - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Walker was born in Blytheville, Arkansas and grew up in South Bend, Indiana.
His unmistakable saxophone style was the anchor for the band's rambunctious sound, and propelled them to the top of the charts in 1965 with their signature song, "Shotgun".
Walker died on November 23, 1995 in Battle Creek, Michigan.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Junior_Walker_and_the_All_Stars   (153 words)

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