Albert King - Blues from the Road

Albert King - Blues from the Road
Artist:
Release Date:
July 15, 2003
Styles:
Modern Electric Blues, Soul-Blues, Urban Blues
Genre:
Album:
Blues from the Road
Duration:
01:31:37

Recorded live at the 1975 Montreux Jazz Festival, Blues From the Road presents Albert King and his tight band, including a small horn section, in fine form. King pleases the crowd with a few of his most recognizable tunes: "Blues at Sunrise," "I'll Play the Blues for You," T-Bone Walker's "Call It Stormy Monday," and nine more tracks spread out over two discs. A few of these cuts wander off into serious jamming territory ("Jam in A Flat" clocks in at 15:47) with guest appearences by guitarist Rory Gallagher, Louisiana Red, and Lowell Fulson.

While King fans will definitely want to pick up Blues From the Road, listeners unfamiliar with him should first check out Born Under a Bad Sign or Very Best of Albert King on Rhino.

Title/ComposerPerformerTime
Overall Junction / Albert KingAlbert King4:27
Blues at Sunrise / Albert KingAlbert King10:45
Kansas City / Jerry Leiber / Mike StollerAlbert King7:02
As the Years Go Passing By / Deadric MaloneAlbert King9:01
That's What the Blues Is All About / Jerry StricklandAlbert King5:10
Matchbox Holds My Clothes / Albert KingAlbert King8:46

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