|Birth name||Walter Morrison|
|Born||1954 (age 58–59)
Dayton, Ohio, U.S.
|Occupations||Keyboardist, vocalist, producer|
|Associated acts||Ohio Players, Parliament-Funkadelic|
Walter "Junie" Morrison is a musician and producer born in Dayton, Ohio. Morrison was a producer, writer, keyboardist and vocalist for the funk band the Ohio Players in the early 70s, where he wrote and produced their first major hits, "Pain", "Pleasure", "Ecstasy" and "Funky Worm" (1971-1972). He left the band in 1974 to release three solo albums on Westbound Records (When We Do, Freeze, and Suzie Supergroupie).
In 1977 Morrison joined George Clinton's P-Funk (Parliament-Funkadelic) where he became musical director. He brought a unique sound to P-Funk and played a key role during the time of their greatest popularity from 1978 through 1980. In particular, he made prominent contributions to the platinum-selling Funkadelic album One Nation Under a Groove, the single "(Not Just) Knee Deep" (a #1 hit on the U.S. R&B charts in 1979) and the gold-selling Parliament albums Motor Booty Affair, and Gloryhallastoopid. Morrison also played on and produced some P-Funk material under the pseudonym J.S. Theracon, apparently to avoid contractual difficulties. Morrison is a member of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, inducted in 1997 with fifteen other members of Parliament-Funkadelic.
Morrison produced other artists throughout the 90s and continued to contribute to P-Funk albums, most recently in 1996.
He released a new solo album, When the City, on his own label Juniefunk in 2004.
- When We Do (1975) - Credited to Junie
- Freeze (1975) - Credited to Junie
- Suzie Supergroupie (1976) - Credited to Junie
- Bread Alone (1980)
- Junie 5 (1981)
- Evacuate Your Seats (1984)