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jueves, 16 de marzo de 2017

Albert King • The Big Blues



The Big Blues is a blues album by Albert King, released in 1962
by King Records. Featuring mostly songs composed by Albert King himself,
this was his first album and the only one before he signed with
Stax Records, where he would record most albums along his career.
The album is a collection of songs previously released by
King Records and Bobbin Records as singles and B-sides.
King recorded "Blues at Sunrise" and "Let's Have A Natural Ball"
(which appears on the album) for Bobbin in 1956, which helped
to establish him in recording. King Records bought his contract
from Bobbin in 1961.

Albert King – Electric guitar and vocals
Ike Turner – piano on "Don't Throw Your Love On Me So Strong"


Tracks list:
All songs were written by Albert King, except where noted.
"Let's Have A Natural Ball" – 2:55
"What Can I Do To Change Your Mind ?" – 2:54
"I Get Evil" – 2:31
"Had You Told It Like It Was (It Wouldn't Be Like It Is)" (Sonny Thompson) – 3:09
"This Morning" – 2:12
"I Walked All Night Long" – 2:56
"Don't Throw Your Love On Me So Strong" – 3:00
"Travelin' To California" – 3:05
"I've Made Nights By Myself" – 2:40
"This Funny Feeling" (Rudy Toombs) – 2:37
"Ooh-Ee Baby" – 3:58
"Dyna Flow" – 2:52





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