Lovejoy is the sixth studio album by Albert King. Honky Tonk Woman" (Mick Jagger, Keith Richards) – 3:59. Bay Area Blues" (Donald "Duck" Dunn, Don Nix) – 2:55. Corrina, Corrina" (Don Nix) – 3:45. She Caught the Katy (And Left Me a Mule to Ride)" (Taj Mahal, James Rachell) – 3:56. For the Love of a Woman" (Don Nix) – 4:20. Lovejoy, II. (Don Nix) – 3:46. Everybody Wants to Go to Heaven" (Don Nix) – 4:20. Going Back to Iuka" (Don Nix) – 3:58.
Album: King of the Blues Guitar (Mono), 1969. I can't read, I don't know how to write, my whole life has been one big fight. Now playing: Justin Timberlake CAN'T STOP THE FEELING!
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I Love) Lucy, You're Gonna Need Me (7", Single).
Album · 2007 · 20 Songs. Albert King, Steve Cropper & Pops Staples. 11. Wrapped Up In Love Again.
Albert King didn't play many notes but some of 'em weighed 50 pounds, & each one shone like gold! . On stage Albert cut an impressive figure- a huge man playing a Gibson Flying-V left-handed and upside down. He called his guitar ‘Lucy ‘, and had a hit single with ‘I Love Lucy’ (dedicated to his Gibson rather than the TV series). Some saw this as a straight copy of . King’s persona, but Albert had some chops of his own. The Live Wire/Blues Power album recorded at San Francisco’s Fillmore West in 1968 was a superb example of Blues performance, perhaps only bettered by . ’s ‘Live at the Regal’.
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Albert King left Bobbin in late 1962 and recorded one session for King Records in the spring of 1963 without a hit. Within a year, he cut four songs for the local St. Louis independent label Coun-Tree ) Nevertheless there's perfectly fine tracks by Otis Spann, Willie Dixon, Billy Boy Arnold, Sunnyland Slim and Homesick James. Stax Profiles" (Stax 2006).
Born Under a Bad Sign (In Concert) - Albert King. Interview ( I Don't Want To Be Rich) - Albert King. San-Ho-Zay - Albert King. Don't Throw Your Love On Me So Strong - Albert King. I Get Evil - Albert King. Had You Told It Like It Was (It Wouldn't Be Like It Is) - Albert King. I Love) Lucy - Albert King. Cold Feet - Albert King.