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Sort ratingsRatingDate updatedMemberArtist ratings. The live album is pretty good, but a little like Joe Bonamassa, the studio albums tend to leave me a little underwhelmed.
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Your Amazon Music account is currently associated with a different marketplace. #!/playlist/04f79cfd-4030-436d-84c5-1a53e5000c5c When KennyWayneShepherd returns home from the road, one of the first things he does is kick back with his extensive collection of vinyl records.
His guitar playing is so tight during this performance, and it's recorded beautifully. King and Johnny Cash were bringing music to inmates during this time.
Some of those guys in jail did pretty bad things, but I imagine they were suffering. Cook County was a pretty hardcore joint at the time, so B.B.
Hearing this record and then seeing Stevie live, and of course, meeting him, my life completely changed. He was steeped in tradition, but he kicked the blues into a whole new realm of possibilities.
#!/album/3247126 Man, I love Howling' Wolf and Hubert Summit, and here you have them both playing with all the British guys who admired them. I think Howling' Wolf's health was starting to fade a bit at this time, but he totally brings it on this album.
#!/album/3438294 I love every Freddie King record I ever heard, but I'm partial to this album. There's a really special vibe going on here, a cool dynamic, and I think it's because of the musicians playing with Freddie.
There's a long list of dudes who will tell you that Freddie King is the reason why they picked up the guitar, and you can hear why that is on this record. It's kind of amazing how many songs Elmore James wrote and recorded that were essentially the same.
I like the reckless abandon in his singing, the growling between phrases and the way he would drag lines. I think this was one of those times when Albert would show up and the promoter would just hand him his backup band.
He came up with his own tuning for the guitar, and the way he used a capo helped to create a unique sound. There's killer shuffles and tunes, and Albert is just firing on all cylinders.
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Some really great blues tunes, along with a good deal of filler. The guy can definitely wail with the best of them on guitar.