This CD release of a joint effort between the great Albert King & the legendary 'Father Of The British Blues' John Mayall is a
true crown jewel that belongs in every fan's collection of both artists. This session was recorded in August of '71 and until '87
remained unreleased. Sound funny? Well' the story is that the original master tapes were nowhere to be... until some years ago.
King's backup band consists of the musicians Mayall was using at the time of his mid '70s Jazz Blues Fusion period. Mayall
produced this material and the interplay between all the players is on fire throughout! Mayall's production is on the light side and
gives King the Room To Move with the stinging git solos he lets rip. Throughout King's vocals are 'right on' and very Soulful.
Highlights: "She Won't Gimmie No Lovin'," "Cold In Hand," & "Sun Gone Down (take #1 & #2)". Extensive liner notes on the
recording session are included and all the material has been been Digitally Remastered.
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