Album originally released in 1965 on TCF Hall records as "The Cool Sound Of Albert Collins" (TCF-8002). Reissued in 1969 on Blue Thumb Records as "Truckin' With Albert Collins" (BTS 8). Reissued in 1982 on Brylen Records as "Frosty" (BN 4520). All tracks originally recorded in Houston, Texas, 1962-63, except for "Kool-Aide", "Shiver'N Shake" and 'Icy Blue", which were originally released as singles on Hall & TCF Records.
Partying Celebration Cool & Cocky Guys Night Out Picnic. The Cool Sound of Albert Collins.
Albert Gene Drewery, known as Albert Collins and the Ice Man (October 1, 1932 – November 24, 1993), was an American electric blues guitarist and singer with a distinctive guitar style. He was noted for his powerful playing and his use of altered tunings and a capo. His long association with the Fender Telecaster led to the title "The Master of the Telecaster".
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The Cool Sounds of Albert Collins. Album, 1965, Magic Records. Album, 1969, Magic Records. 1. Harris Country Line-Up. 2. Conversation with Collins.
Artists Albert Collins The Cool Sound of Albert Collins. The Cool Sound of Albert Collins Albert Collins. This album has an average beat per minute of 145 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 94/211 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist The Cool Sound of Albert Collins.
7 Don't Lose Your Cool. 10. Shiver And Shake.