Singin' the Blues is the 1956 debut album by blues performer . King, issued by the Bihari brothers on their budget Crown label. Among its tracks, the album gathered together five charting singles. You Upset Me, Baby" was the highest charting single, reaching number one on Billboard's "Black Singles" chart.
Here he's captured in concert in Chicago, home of the blues and the ideal place to testify to the congregation. From "Tired of Your Jive" to "I Know What You're Puttin' Down" to the unequivocal "Baby Get Lost," . lets his audience in on the ups and downs of romance in no uncertain terms, both through his impassioned vocals and characteristically stinging guitar. The effect is both cathartic and awe-inspiring.
Miss Martha King 17. The Other Night Blues 18. Cryin' Won't Help You 19. You Don't Know 2. 2 сентября 2017 Blues. King - Here's One That You Didn't Know About: From The RPM & Kent Vaults (lossless, 2015). 5 августа 2017 Blues. King - A&R Studios, New York '71 (2017). 12 июля 2017 Blues Rhythm n Blues.
King & Eric Clapton Album: Riding With The King Genre: Blues Label: Audio Fidelity Released: 2000/2015 Quality: FLAC (image+. cue) Tracklist: 01. Riding With The King (4:27) 02. Ten Long Years (4:43) 03. Key To The Highway (3:43) 04.
Originally on Bluesway LP 6001 ''Blues Is King''' (1967),Recorded Live November 5, 1966, Chicago, IL. Originally both sides Bluesway single 61012. This performance digitally reconstructed using ABC 45 . Complete version previously unreleased on . This Version previously unreleased on LP,Recorded June 1990 LA. Originally MCA LP 6467, " Original Soundtrack Album 'Air America'"" 1990,Recorded Jan. 1991, NYC. Previously unreleased,Recorded March 1991 LA.
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Like most of us, King and Clapton started by copying their heroes’ blues licks. For King, the list included T-Bone Walker, Lonnie Johnson, and Blind Lemon Jefferson. Clapton was inspired by Otis Rush, Buddy Guy, and the three Kings-Freddie, . Eventually, King and Clapton transformed their hero worship into the unique styles we now know and love. Recorded in 1964, the album captures King holding court at Chicago’s Regal Theater, backed by a tight, six-man ensemble. We hear how he could work an audience of young fans into an ecstatic frenzy with his combination of crafty showmanship, emotive guitar, and honey-toned vocals. One of the most precious jewels in Live at the Regal’s crown is Sweet Little Angel - a King original and a staple of his ’50s and ’60s live shows.
King’s version of 3’o Clock Blues was one of the best-selling R&B records of the year in 1952 and essentially put him on the musical map. It remained a staple of his concert setlists throughout his career in blues. s version was recorded in a makeshift studio in a YMCA in Memphis. Before recording it, King got himself clean and had a good meal. 2. The Many Lucille’s of . King had a guest appearance on that beloved American institution of sitcom television, The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air. It’s an adorable scene featuring both Will Smith as the Fresh Prince and his cousin, Carlton. I practically put that In the Wee Small Hours album under my pillow every night when I went to sleep. And when Sinatra wants to swing, no one swings any harder. No one phrases any hipper.