Double-CD compilation that includes all three of the albums King recorded for Leon Russell's Shelter label in the early 1970s, as well as some other cuts (half a dozen of which were previously unissued) recorded around the same period. King's vocal and guitar-playing skills remained intact when he joined Shelter, but these recordings aren't among his best
Album · 1995 · 41 Songs. The Best of Freddie King: The Shelter Records Years. The Very Best of Freddy King: Have You Ever Loved a Woman.
My Feeling for the Blues. WMG (от лица компании "Cotillion"); CMRRA, BMI - Broadcast Music In. и другие авторские общества (2).
Freddie King (September 3, 1934 – December 28, 1976) was an American blues guitarist and singer. He recorded several hits for Federal Records in the early 1960s. His soulful and powerful voice and distinctive guitar style inspired many musicians, particularly guitarists. He was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2012. King based his guitar style on Texas blues and Chicago blues influences.
Get the Tempo of the tracks from Freddie King Is A Blues Master (1969) by Freddie King. This album has an average beat per minute of 131 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 75/177 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Freddie King Is a Blues Master.
More albums from Freddie King: Freddie King (1934-1976) by Freddie King. Texas In My Blues by Freddie King. Live At The Electric Ballroom, 1974 by Freddie King. Live In Germany by Freddie King. Live & Loud 1968 by Freddie King. Texas Cannonball by Freddie King. Burglar by Freddie King. Getting Read. y Freddie King. 3. Key To The Highway. 6. Meet Me In The Morning. 7. Blues Band Shuffle. More albums from Freddie King: Freddie King (1934-1976) by Freddie King.
You can get here King Of The Blues Album Lyrics, Tracklist, Videos, Cover Picture and More. Freddie King Woman Across The River. Bessie Smith Blue Spirit Blues. The Animals Animalism. Frank Sinatra The Complete Reprise Studio Recordings (disc 14). Beck Golden Leftovers. Fats Domino They Call Me the Fat Man: The Legendary Imperial Recordings (disc 3: 1957-1960).
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|1-1||Same Old Blues|
|1-2||Dust My Broom|
|1-3||Worried Life Blues|
|1-4||Five Long Years|
|1-5||Key To The Highway|
|1-7||Living On The Highway|
|1-8||Walking By Myself|
|1-10||Palace Of The King|
|1-11||Lowdown In Lodi|
|1-13||Big Legged Woman|
|1-14||Me And My Guitar|
|1-15||I'd Rather Be Blind|
|1-16||Can't Trust Your Neighbor|
|1-17||You Was Wrong|
|1-18||How Many More Years|
|1-19||Ain't No Sunshine|
|1-20||The Sky Is Crying|
|1-21||That's All Right|
|2-1||Woman Across The River|
|2-2||Hoochie Coochie Man|
|2-5||Leave My Woman Alone|
|2-6||Just A Little Bit|
|2-8||Help Me Through The Day|
|2-10||Trouble In Mind|
|2-11||You Don't Have To Go|
|2-12||Please Send Me Someone To Love|
|2-13||Gimme Some Lovin'|
|2-14||Love Her With A Feeling|
|2-16||It Hurts Me Too|
|2-17||Something You Got|
|2-18||Ain't No Big Deal On You|
|2-19||I Just Want To Make Love To You|
|7243 8 34972 2 5||Freddie King||King Of The Blues (2xCD, Comp, RM)||Shelter Records||7243 8 34972 2 5||US||1995|
|D 203845||Freddie King||King Of The Blues (2xCD, Comp, RM)||Shelter Records||D 203845||US||1995|
|7243 8 34972 2 5||Freddie King||King Of The Blues (2xCD, Comp, RP)||Shelter Records||7243 8 34972 2 5||Europe||Unknown|
|7243 8 34972 2 5||Freddie King||King Of The Blues (2xCD, Comp, RM)||Shelter Records||7243 8 34972 2 5||Europe||1995|
|7243 8 34972 2 5||Freddie King||King Of The Blues (2xCD, Comp, RM)||Shelter Records||7243 8 34972 2 5||UK||1995|