Top Albert King Albums
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Stax Classics
Stax Classics
[2017]
Live At the Fabulous Forum! 1972
Live At the Fabulous Forum! 1972
[2015]
King of the Blues Guitar (Deluxe Version)
King of the Blues Guitar (Deluxe Version)
[2014]
Roadhouse Blues
Roadhouse Blues
[2013]
Born Under a Bad Sign (Alternate Takes) EP
Born Under a Bad Sign (Alternate Takes) EP
[2013]
The Definitive Albert King
The Definitive Albert King
[2011]
Bad Luck Blues
Bad Luck Blues
[2011]
Charly Blues Masterworks, Vol. 8: Albert King
Charly Blues Masterworks, Vol. 8: Albert King
[2009]
Blues Six Pack: Albert King - EP
Blues Six Pack: Albert King - EP
[2009]
Stax Profiles: Albert King
Stax Profiles: Albert King
[2006]
New Orleans Heat
New Orleans Heat
[2006]
Live '69
Live '69
[2003]
Talkin' Blues (Live)
Talkin' Blues (Live)
[2003]
The Blues (Single Release)
The Blues (Single Release)
[2001]
Blues At Sunrise (Live)
Blues At Sunrise (Live)
[2001]
Truckload Of Lovin'
Truckload Of Lovin'
[1998]
Rainin' In California
Rainin' In California
[1998]
Hard Bargain
Hard Bargain
[1995]
Chicago 1978
Chicago 1978
[1994]
Blues At Sunset (Live At Wattstax and Montreux)
Blues At Sunset (Live At Wattstax and Montreux)
[1993]
Crosscut Saw: Albert King In San Francisco (Reissue)
Crosscut Saw: Albert King In San Francisco (Reissue)
[1992]
Thursday Night In San Francisco (Live)
Thursday Night In San Francisco (Live)
[1990]
Wednesday Night In San Francisco (Recorded Live At the Fillmore Auditorium)
Wednesday Night In San Francisco (Recorded Live At the Fillmore Auditorium)
[1990]
King of the Blues Guitar
King of the Blues Guitar
[1989]
The Lost Session
The Lost Session
[1986]
I'm In a Phone Booth, Baby
I'm In a Phone Booth, Baby
[1984]
The Blues Don't Change
The Blues Don't Change
[1977]
Lovejoy
Lovejoy
[1971]
Years Gone By
Years Gone By
[1969]
Born Under a Bad Sign
Born Under a Bad Sign
[1967]
The Big Blues
The Big Blues
[1962]
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Don't Lie To Me Don't Throw Your Love On Me So Strong Call It Stormy Monday Honky Tonk Woman The Very Thought Of You I'll Be Doggone Born Under A Bad Sign That's All Right Breaking Up Somebody's Home You Upset Me Baby Red House Match Box Blues All Shook Up Love Shock Rub My Back Running Out Of Steam That's What The Blues Is All About The Sky Is Crying Ask Me No Questions Travelin' Man We All Wanna Boogie Water Roadhouse Blues Kansas City Everyday I Have The Blues (Live) I'm Gonna Move To The Outskirts Of Town (Live) You're Gonna Need Me Santa Claus Wants Some Loving You Sure Drive A Hard Bargain Good Time Charlie Blue Suede Shoes Drifting Blues Phone Booth Heartbreak Hotel Love Me Tender Jailhouse Rock Don't Be Cruel She Caught The Katy (and Left Me A Mule To Ride) Personal Manager Down Don't Bother Me I Love Lucy My Babe Little Brother (make My Way) Cold Feet Change Of Pace Can't You See What You're Doing To Me Call My Job Cadillac Assembly Line Blues Power Blues At Sunrise Bad Luck As The Years Go Passing By Answer To The Laundromat Blues Angel Of Mercy All The Way Down Ain't Nothing You Can Do (ain't It) A Real Good Sign The Hunter Oh Pretty Woman I'll Play The Blues For You Cold Women With Warm Hearts Crosscut Saw (live Sf) Laundromat Blues Killing Floor I'm Ready I'm Doing Fine I Wanna Get Funky I Got The Blues I Get Evil I Don't Care What My Baby Do I Believe To My Soul Hound Dog Heart Fixing Business Guitar Man Get Out Of My Life Woman For The Love Of The Woman Feeling Everybody Wants To Go To Heaven Don't Burn Down The Bridge Almost Lost My Mind
Related Information for Albert King
Albert King (April 25, 1923 – December 21, 1992) was an American blues guitarist and singer.One of the "Three Kings of the Blues Guitar" (along with B.B. King and Freddie King), Albert King stood 6' 4", weighed 250 lbs and was known as "The Velvet Bulldozer". He was born Albert Nelson on a cotton plantation in Indianola, Mississippi. During his childhood he would sing at a family gospel group at a church. One of 13 children, King grew up picking cotton on plantations near Forrest City, Arkansas where the family moved when he was eight years old. He began his professional work as a musician with a group called In The Groove Boys in Osceola, Arkansas. He had also briefly played drums for Jimmy Reed&... read more