Albums, guest appearances
Albert King - Live (1975)
1977 Reissued as CD, 1989, RHINO R2 71622 Recorded at Montreux Festival Studios, Montreux, Switzerland. Produced by Kevin Eggers, Phil Lawrence, Giorgio Gomelsky. 1. Watermelon Man (3.45) (Hancock) 2. Don't Burn Down the Bridge (4.00) (Jones-Wells) 3. Blues At Sunrise (10.40) (King) 4. That's What The Blues Is All About (6.25) (Patterson-Strickland) 5. Stormy Monday (7.12) (Miller-Brown) 6. Kansas City (6.59) (Leiber-Stoller) 7. I'm Gonna Call You As Soon As The Sun Goes Down (8.55) (King) 8. As The Years Go Passing By (8.48) (Malone) 10. I'll Play The Blues For You (6.40) (Beach) Albert King: lead guitar and vocals James Washington: keyboards Nate Fitzgerald, Steve Wilson, Wayne Preston: horns Joe Turner: drums Lonnie Turner: bass Rory Gallagher: guitar (1st solo break on "As The Years Go Passing By") Louisiana Red: guitar From the album notes by Robert Palmer: " "I'm gonna hang these young boys by their toes up here tonight", Albert King asserted before kicking off his Montreux performance of "I'm Gonna Call You As Soon As The Sun Goes Down". He was referring to Rory Gallagher and Louisiana Red, two fellow blues guitarists who had joined him earlier in the set but were content to hang back and contribute rhythm chording..." "Gallagher plays the first solo break and plays lead initially on "As The Years Go Passing By"."
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