|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Steppin' Up In Class||16||Audio||1996||Orbis|
|2||Someday You'll Have These Blues||10||Audio||1977||Joliet Records|
|3||Someday You'll Have These Blues||10||Audio||1977||Alligator Records|
|4||Tough As I Want To Be||9||Audio||1984||Rounder Records|
|5||From L.A. To L.A.||11||Audio||1983||Rounder Records|
|6||Tough As I Want To Be||8||Audio||1984||Black And Blue|
|7||Lone Star Shootout||15||Audio||1999||Alligator Records|
|8||Someday You'll Have These Blues||10||Audio||1991||Hightone Records|
|9||Someday You'll Have These Blues||10||Audio||1977||Sonet|
|10||Someday You'll Have These Blues||10||Audio||1978||P-Vine Special|
|11||Going Back Home||13||Audio||2007||Delta Groove|
|12||The Bottom Of The Top||10||Audio||1989||Hightone Records|
|13||Hey, Hey Baby's Gone||4||Audio||1970||Fantasy|
|14||Hello My Darling / Trouble In My Home||2||Audio||1970||Joliet Records|
|15||Hey, Hey, Baby's Gone / Laughin' And Clownin'||2||Audio||Joliet Records|
Phillip Walker was an American blues guitarist and singer, most noted for his 1959 hit single, "Hello My Darling", produced by J. R. Fulbright. Although Walker had continued playing since then, but he had recorded more sparsely.
Born : February 11, 1937 in Welsh, Louisiana.
Died : July 22, 2010 in Palm Springs, California.