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Freddie King - Taking Care Of Business 1956-1973 (7 CD Box set) - 2009, MP3

1-06-2014, 12:34
Music | Blues

Freddie King - Taking Care Of Business 1956-1973 (7 CD Box set) - 2009, MP3

Artist: Freddie King
Title Of Album: Taking Care Of Business 1956-1973 (7 CD Box set)
Year Of Release: 2009
Label: Bear Family
Genre: Blues
Quality: MP3
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Total Time: 09:06:18
Total Size: 1,23gb
WebSite: Amazon

Freddie King - Taking Care Of Business 1956-1973 (7 CD Box set) - 2009, MP3

7-CD LP-sized box with full-color 104-Page Book. Freddie King, the legendary Texas Cannonball, was one of the greatest blues guitarists of all time, whose fiery style laid the foundation of modern rock guitar. Rolling Stone placed him #25 on the 100 Greatest Guitarists of All Time because he profoundly influenced Eric Clapton, Jeff Beck, Stevie Ray Vaughan and many others. Of the three seminal postwar blues guitarists answering to the name of King, Freddie King brought the highest energy levels to his studio exploits and probably influenced the most rock axe-men of all. King's innovative Texas/West Side Chicago hybrid approach was absolutely unique, and his double-threat hit-making career as singer and instrumentalist was unmatched.
No blues guitar god ever threw more of his muscular physique into his incendiary fretwork. And what a commanding, emotionally charged voice he had! This epic collection is the ultimate tribute to one of the most influential blues guitarists the genre has ever seen. Nothing like it has ever been attempted, and no dedicated blues fan can live without it!

This box set contains everything the legendary electric blues guitarist cut in the studio from 1956 to 1973 for El-Bee, Federal, King, Cotillion-Atlantic, and Leon Russell's Shelter Records! Every killer instrumental he waxed during his early 1960s hit-making heyday, including Driving Sideways, Wash Out, Low Tide, and Remington Ride plus his original hit recordings of Hide Away, Lonesome Whistle Blues, San-Ho-Zay, I'm Tore Down, and his pile-driving Going Down! Seven completely full discs including early rarities and previously unreleased alternate takes of some of his best-known Federal classics including You've Got To Love Her With A Feeling, Have You Ever Loved A Woman, and See See Baby, plus previously unissued Federal Recordings. An entire unissued 1968 demo session cut in Dallas that includes his rendition of J. B. Lenoir's The Mojo (available in no other studio version). 104-page book includes many incredible unpublished photos and loads of memorabilia in addition to comprehensive liner notes from Bill Dahl!

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