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Freddie King King of the Blues Disc 2(blues)(flac)[rogercc][h33t]

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Name:Freddie King King of the Blues Disc 2(blues)(flac)[rogercc][h33t]

Total Size: 505.95 MB

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 tracked_by_h33t_com.txt

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 00. Freddie King - King of the Blues (Vol. 2).nfo

4.86 KB

 King of the Blues (Vol. 2).cue

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 front.jpg

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 King of the Blues (Vol. 2).log

8.78 KB

 Just A Little Bit.flac

18.86 MB

 Yonder Wall.flac

17.30 MB

 Something You Got.flac

19.26 MB

 Woman Across The River.flac

19.40 MB

 Boogie Fuck.flac

19.88 MB

 You Don't Have To Go.flac

20.09 MB

 Trouble In Mind.flac

21.27 MB

 Leave My Woman Alone.flac

22.57 MB

 Please Send Me Someone To Love.flac

23.29 MB

 Ain't No Big Deal On You.flac

23.55 MB

 Boogie Man.flac

23.98 MB

 I'm Ready.flac

25.65 MB

 Gimme Some Lovin'.flac

27.38 MB

 Help Me Through The Day.flac

27.54 MB

 Love Her With A Feeling.flac

28.04 MB

 Danger Zone.flac

29.13 MB

 Hide Away.flac

31.73 MB

 It Hurts Me Too.flac

31.85 MB

 Hoochie Coochie Man.flac

34.76 MB

 I Just Want To Make Love To You.flac

40.39 MB
 

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FREDDIE KING KING OF THE BLUES Disc 2(of 2)
Original Release Date 1995
Label: EMI/Shelter
Format: Flac

Shelter Records 1968-1973
King's contract with Federal expired in 1966 and his first overseas tour followed in 1967. He was noticed by King Curtis and was subsequently signed to Atlantic during 1968.
In 1969 he hired Jack Calmes, to be his manager and Calmes secured him an appearance at the 1969 Texas Pop Festival, alongside Led Zeppelin and others and this led to King being signed to Leon Russell label Shelter Records. The company treated Freddie as an important artist, flying him to Chicago to the former Chess studios for the recording of Getting Ready and gave him a supporting cast of top-calibre session musicians, including rock pianist Leon Russell.Three albums were made during the this period, including blues classics and new songs written by Russell and Don Nix.

The notion that Freddie Kings best work was restricted to the 60’s is very shortsighted and this collection proves absolutely otherwise.
Much of the material here is from his time on Leon Russell’s Shelter Label.
The Shelter Choir are very much in evidence here and to good effect helping to give many tracks the exuberance of a live performance
Freddie King’s playing throughout is hugely exuberant too. And if you like rocking good blues there’s plenty to bring a smile to your face (and it will believe me be difficult to avoid getting out the air guitar.)
Freddie King was a great guitarist but often unfavourably compared with to B.B. and Albert and was considered by some to be the least talented of the 3 Kings , he wasn’t, he was just different his tunes rocked a little more than B.B’s, but his solos were just as full of soul as the best of Albert’s

Disc: 2
1. Woman Across the River (2:46)
2. (I'm Your) Hoochie Coochie Man (4:47)
3. Danger Zone (4:31)
4. Boogie Man (3:44)
5. Leave My Woman Alone (3:32)
6. Just a Little Bit (2:27)
7. Yonders Wall (2:24)
8. Help Me Through the Day (4:27)
9. I'm Ready (3:43)
10. Trouble in Mind (3:41)
11. You Don't Have to Go (3:57)
12. Please Send Me Someone to Love (3:57)
13. Gimme Some Lovin' (4:05)
14. Love Her With a Feeling (5:02)
15. Boogie Fuck [#] (5:29)
16. It Hurts Me Too [#] (5:29)
17. Something You Got [#] (3:01)
18. Ain't No Big Deal on You [#] (3:30)
19. I Just Want to Make Love to You [#] (6:50)
20. Hide Away [#] (4:47)

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