This day (December 21, 1992), in Memphis, Tennessee, died Albert King, an American blues guitarist and singer.
1 . Why You´re so mean to me (1992)
2 . The Sky Is Crying (1989)
3 . w/ Stevie Ray Vaughan– Don’t You Lie To Me (1983)
4 . Born Under A Bad Sign
5 . w/ John Mayall – Stormy Monday
6 . Blues Power (1970)
7 . I’ll Play The BLues For You
Born Under A Bad Sign . Crosscut Saw . Laundromat Blues . As The Years Go Passing By . Kansas City . Cold Feet . The Hunter . Personal Manager . The Very Thought Of You . Down Don’t Bother Me .
Wikipedia : This day (December 21, 1992), in Memphis, Tennessee, died Albert King, an American blues guitarist and singer.
@ Stax Records : He was a master of the single-string solo and could bend strings to produce a particularly tormented blues sound that set his style apart from his contemporaries. A number of prominent artists,from Eric Clapton and Jimi Hendrix to Mike Bloomfield and Stevie Ray Vaughan, borrowed heavily from King’s guitar style.
@allmusic : King continued to perform until his sudden death in 1992, when he suffered a fatal heart attack on December 21.
@last.fm : King was a left-handed “upside-down/backwards” guitarist. He was left-handed, but usually played right-handed guitars flipped over upside-down so the low E string was on the bottom. In later years he played a custom-made guitar that was basically left-handed, but had the strings reversed (as he was used to playing).
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