FREDDY KING - ULTIMATE COLLECTION King, Freddie: Ultimate Collection There was no shortage of blues guitar royalty answering to the regal surname of King during the idiomís postwar zenith. B.B. came first and still reigns as the king of the blues. Southpaw Albert bent notes meaner than any guitarist on the planet. And then there was Freddie. His massive physique built to wring every ounce of blue fire from the neck of a Gibson hollowbody or Les Paul, he blasted high-energy volleys at mesmerized rock fans as well as the blues faithful. At his early í60s hitmaking peak, his explosive, meticulously constructed instrumentals even intrigued the California surf crowd. British guitar god Eric Clapton tirelessly hailed Freddie as one of his heroes, copping his licks shamelessly. When Freddie died at age 42 on December 28, 1976, we were prematurely deprived of a blues immortal whose thundering vocals rivaled the power of his incandescent guitar playing. Thankfully, heíd already amassed a vast recorded legacy, so folks who werenít lucky enough to see him live can grasp precisely what made him so incredible.


1.Have You Ever Loved A Woman
2.Hide Away
3.Youíve Got To Love Her With A Feeling
5.Lonesome Whistle Blues
6.The Stumble
7.Iím Tore Down
8.Someday After Awhile (Youíll Be Sorry)
9.My Feeling For The Blues
10.Palace Of The King
11.Going Down
12.Key To The Highway
13.Big Legged Woman
14.Woman Across The River
15.Dust My Broom [solo acoustic]
16.Pack It Up
17.Tainít Nobodyís Bizness If I Do [live]
18.Sugar Sweet

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