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Crosscut Saw - Albert King - King Of The Blues Guitar (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Mar 30,  · Blues Guitar Lesson: The Albert King Lick - Duration: Blues Guitar Unleashed 83, views. 50+ videos Play all Mix - How to Play Crosscut Saw By Albert King. Pt1 - Intro.
  2. Crosscut Saw. Albert King. From the Album King Of The Blues Guitar ((Deluxe Version)) June 15, out of 5 stars 5 ratings. Since I am a huge fan of Albert King, {I saw him play live, and he just KILLED}, and of all things blues in general! Albert's bending of the strings to hit the "blue" notes is something that always makes the hair 5/5(5).
  3. Aug 09,  · Collects his early tracks on King Records. More of a swing or smooth blues groove, rather than a gut-bucket/low-down/raw blues feel, but Albert is wonderful. Live Wire/Blues Power Live from Captures a raw Albert in concert. Even though this album avoids his "hits", it shows him dominating with his cutting guitar and his sweet vocals.
  4. The rest of the album is A blues lovers treat, listen to "crosscut Saw" or " you sure drive as hard bargain". A Tip, this album has the studio re- mastered cut of " Bad Sign" by far the absolute best version of thus song.(most other copy are live with just a trio.) Your Blues collection in not complete without this Albert king album!/5(81).
  5. King of the Blues Guitar is a compilation album by American blues guitarist and singer Albert King, released by Atlantic Records in The album contains songs that Stax Records originally released on singles, including five that were also included on King's compilation, Born Under a Bad Sign. It reached number on the Billboard album chart in
  6. Albert King Born Under A Bad Sign on LP Along with B.B. and Freddie, Albert King will forever be hailed as one of the original “Three Kings of the Blues Guitar.” Cutting a dynamic 6’ 4” figure on stage while playing his Gibson Flying V upside down to accommodate his left-handedness, Albert earned the nickname “The Velvet Bulldozer” due to his forceful yet subtle style.
  7. In , the future of electric blues guitar answered to the name of Albert King. It's not like Albert was a green newcomer to the blues world when he strolled through the doors of Memphis-based Stax Records in After all, he had his first taste of studio action as .
  8. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of King Of The Blues Guitar on Discogs. Label: Atlantic - 40 • Series: Blues Power - No. 4 • Format: Vinyl LP, Compilation, Stereo • Country: France • Genre: Blues • Style: Electric Blues/5(24).
  9. This track compilation offers an excellent overview of Albert King's Stax recordings of the s. Curiously enough, it was Estelle Axton (the sister of Stax Records' co-founder Jim Stewart) who was instrumental in getting Albert King signed to Stax as many at the label were hesitant to sign a Blues singer and guitarist to the label fearing that record sales would not be strong/5(82).

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