℗ 1969 Atlantic Records
 

Freddie King Is A Blues Master (Mono)

Freddie King

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1.1
Play It Cool
Freddie King
3:49
1.2
That Will Never Do
Freddie King
2:20
1.3
It's Too Late, She's Gone
Freddie King
2:20
1.4
Blue Shadows
Freddie King
3:35
1.5
Today I Sing the Blues
Freddie King
3:55
1.6
Get Out of My Life, Woman
Freddie King
3:32
1.7
Hideaway
Freddie King
2:26
1.8
Funky
Freddie King
2:26
1.9
Hot Tomato
Freddie King
2:45
1.10
Wide Open
Freddie King
3:00
1.11
Sweet Thing
Freddie King
2:30
1.12
Let Me Down Easy
Freddie King
3:00
Total Playing Time    35:38
Born on this day in 1934, Freddie King was nicknamed “The Texas Cannonball,” and his powerful guitar playing could certainly knock you flat. In the late 1960s, a fan and fellow musical king – King Curtis – brought Freddie into the Atlantic Records fold for a pair of fine albums. Freddie King Is A Blues Master (Mono) is the first of these, and demonstrated that the performer's blues mastery extended to singing as well as string bending. The dozen tracks delve into deep soul on a mix of strong originals (“Play It Cool”) and well-chosen covers (Curtis Lewis' “Today I Sing The Blues”). With sax accompaniment from Curtis and piano work by James Booker complementing the axeman's explosive solos, Freddie King Is A Blues Master (Mono) shows the Rock and Roll Hall of Famer at the top of his game.
192 kHz / 24-bit, 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Rhino Atlantic Studio Masters

Tracks 1-12 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source

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