Freddie King is a Blues Master

I picked this up in a local record shop a while back–I figured I couldn’t lose with a Freddie King album.  I knew the early Federal stuff and the later 1970’s records, but this 1969 release on the Atlantic subsidiary Cotillion was new to me.  There were no surprises, but I’m glad that I picked it up.  Top to bottom it’s excellent electric blues and includes sidemen King Curtis, Jerry Jemmott, Billy Butler, and James Booker.

(Details: Cotillion SD 9004)

Freddie King — That Will Never Do

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2 Responses to Freddie King is a Blues Master

  1. Tony says:

    I just listened to this LP two days ago. I got it about 4 years ago at Amoeba Records in Berkeley, CA. The Chuck Willis song he does is very nice also.

    • vinyltim says:

      Nice. I was in LA last month and randomly walked into Amoeba–what a great store. I had little luggage though, so I only bought a couple CDs

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