The Best of Freddie King: The Shelter Records Years - Freddie King

The Best of Freddie King: The Shelter Records Years

Freddie King

 Biography
  • Genre: Blues
  • Release Date: 2000-06-08
  • Explicitness: cleaned
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 18

  • This Compilation ℗ 2000 The Right Stuff

Tracks

Play Title Time Download
1
Going Down 3:22  
2
Five Long Years 4:19  
3
Palace of the King 3:40  
4
Same Old Blues 3:58  
5
Walking By Myself 2:51  
6
Living On the Highway 4:16  
7
I'd Rather Be Blind 3:45  
8
Reconsider Baby 4:00  
9
Big Legged Woman 3:57  
10
Lowdown In Lodi 3:08  
11
Me and My Guitar 4:04  
12
Woman Across the River 2:47  
13
Help Me Through the Day 4:30  
14
Boogie Man 3:45  
15
I'm Ready 3:45  
16
Please Send Me Someone to Love 3:59  
17
Ain't No Big Deal On You 3:32  
18
Guitar Boogie 3:07  

Reviews

  • Mr. King was a Blues master for sure

    5
    By Clitius Maximus
    Freddie King is like the sweet, sweet filling inside of your Oreo cookie. Some people may discard the cookie, but no one discards the filling. Freddie was a master guitarist and could torch the guitar strings. Sparks would fly every time Freddie laid down a jam. But this album or any of his recordings and if you don't like it, maybe you could get your money back? Oh well, your problem, not mine. Freddie rules

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