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Albert King - Pure Blues 1953-1961 (2012)

8-02-2016, 21:00
Blues | Soul | FLAC / APE

Title: Pure Blues 1953-1961
Year Of Release: 2012
Label: Vintage Masters Inc.
Genre: Modern Electric Blues, Bues Soul
Quality: FLAC | MP3
Total Time: 66:15
Total Size: 303 MB | 158 MB

1. Little Boy Blue (2:48)
2. Walking From Door To Door (3:03)
3. Be On Your Merry Way (2:50)
4. Hand Me Down Blues (2:54)
5. Bad Luck Blues (3:10)
6. Don't Throw Your Love On Me So Strong (2:54)
7. Ooh-Eh Baby (3:48)
8. The Time Has Come (2:32)
9. Got To Be Some Changes Made (2:12)
10. I Need You By My Side (2:31)
11. I've Made Nights By Myself (2:33)
12. Blues At Sunrise (2:39)
13. This Morning (2:07)
14. Had You Told It Like It Was (It Wouldn't Be Like It Is) (3:04)
15. I Get Evil (2:26)
16. Travelin' To California (2:58)
17. Old Blue Ribbon (2:21)
18. What Can I Do To Change Your Mind (2:53)
19. Dyna Flow (2:47)
20. This Funny Feeling (2:30)
21. Let's Have A Natural Ball (2:51)
22. I Walked All Night Long (2:52)
23. Why You So Mean To Me (2:26)
24. I'll Do Anything You Say (2:55)

When Rolling Stone reporter Jon Landau asked Albert King in 1968 who his guitar influences were, King replied, "Nobody. Everything I do is wrong." A pioneer of electric blues, King (who was left-handed) played a right-handed 1959 Gibson Flying V upside down, with the bass strings unconventionally facing the floor. He used an indecipherable secret tuning, hitting notes with his thumb. The six-foot-four, 300-pound King was able to bend notes farther and more powerfully than almost any other guitarist, and his records influenced a generation: Eric Clapton lifted the "Strange Brew" solo from King, and Duane Allman turned the melody of King's "As the Years Go Passing By" into the main riff of "Layla." Jimi Hendrix was star-struck when his hero opened for him at the Fillmore in 1967. "I taught [Hendrix] a lesson about the blues," said King. "I could have easily played his songs, but he couldn't play mine."

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