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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.
Talkin Blues contains a previously unreleased live date by Albert King recorded in Chicago on February 10, 1978. Released in cooperation with the Albert King Trust, this disc features seven live tracks, including King 's signature tunes "I'll Play the Blues for You," "Born Under a Bad Sign," and "Blues at Sunrise. King 's unique soulful guitar playing is in fine form here and the arrangements are punched up by the addition of a full horn section
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King Of The Blues by . King, released 08 February 2016 1. The Thrill Is Gone 2. Payin' The Cost To Be The Boss 3. Every Day I Have The Blues 4. How Blue Can You Get 5. Please Love Me 6. Guess Who 7. You've Done Lost Your Good Thing Now 8. Save A Seat For Me 9. I'm Willing To Run All The Way 10. Long Nights 11. From The Bottom 12. That Evil Child 13. Sweet Sixteen 14. Boogie 1. Got it. + add. album.
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Features Song Lyrics for Albert King's Talkin' Blues album. Blues at Sunrise Lyrics. Albert King Lyrics provided by SongLyrics. All Music News . Popular Albert King Lyrics.
RPM. "Talkin' the Blues" - 435-2206. Boogie Rock" - 435-2207. Ten Long Years"c/w "What Can I Do" (from The Blues). "Ten Long Years" was the b-side to "What Can I Do (Just Sing the Blues). "Bad Luck" was the b-side to "Sweet Little Angel. "Troubles, Troubles, Troubles" was the b-side to "I Want to Get Married. Released in cooperation with the Albert King Trust, this disc features seven live tracks, including King's signature tunes "I'll Play the Blues for You," "Born Under a Bad Sign," and "Blues at Sunrise. King's unique soulful guitar playing is in fine form here and the arrangements are punched up by the addition of a full horn section. one of King's strengths has always been the slow burn, and there are a few on this album that really fit the bill. The Very Thought of You" careens between Otis Redding soul and King's standard blues jam, while the eleven-minute Please Come Back to Me is an over-the-top, epic elegy for a lost love, filled with King's left-handed dexterity.
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