Jul 04, · King of The Blues Guitar (Atlantic ) is a compilation album by blues guitarist and singer Albert King. It was released by Atlantic Records in and re-released in CD format in King of the Blues Guitar essentially combines the entire Stax Records album Born Under a Bad Sign, and six of King’s Stax singles.
Compact disc. Contents: Laundromat blues / Sandy Jones () --Overall junction / Albert King () --Oh, pretty woman / A.C. Williams () --Funk-shun / Albert King () --Crosscut saw / R.G. Ford () --Down don't bother me / Albert King () --Born under a bad sign / Booker T. Jones, William Bell () --Personal manager / David.
The rest of the album is A blues lovers treat, listen to "crosscut Saw" or " you sure drive as hard bargain". A Tip, this album has the studio re- mastered cut of " Bad Sign" by far the absolute best version of thus song.(most other copy are live with just a trio.)/5(43).
Atlantic's original vinyl edition of this was comprised of Albert's Stax singles -- a few from Born Under a Bad Sign, along with "Cold Feet," "I Love Lucy" (two of King's patented monologues), and the beautiful "You're Gonna Need Me." Great stuff. Even greater, though, is the CD reissue, which includes those singles (which didn't appear on any other LPs) and all of Born Under a Bad Sign.
Albert King (April 25, – December 21, ) was an American blues guitarist and singer. One of the "Three Kings of the Blues Guitar" (along with B.B. King and Freddie King), Albert King stood 6' 4", weighed lbs and was known as "The Velvet Bulldozer".He was born Albert Nelson on a cotton plantation in Indianola, tinoweberbeschtistberaquahareapprest.xyzinfo his childhood he would sing at a family gospel group.