Top King Curtis Albums
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No More - Single
No More - Single
[2019]
King Curtis: Memphis Soul Stew
King Curtis: Memphis Soul Stew
[2018]
Jazz Me Blues
Jazz Me Blues
[2018]
Sax Virtuoso
Sax Virtuoso
[2016]
The Blues Don't Care
The Blues Don't Care
[2015]
The New Scene of King Curtis (Bonus Track Version)
The New Scene of King Curtis (Bonus Track Version)
[2015]
Peter Gunn
Peter Gunn
[2014]
Twistin' with the King
Twistin' with the King
[2014]
Monkey Shout
Monkey Shout
[2014]
Didn't He Play
Didn't He Play
[2014]
Street of Dreams (feat. Al Casey, Nat Adderley, Paul Griffin & Wynton Kelly)
Street of Dreams (feat. Al Casey, Nat Adderley, Paul Griffin & Wynton Kelly)
[2013]
Trouble in Mind + It's Party Time (Bonus Track Version)
Trouble in Mind + It's Party Time (Bonus Track Version)
[2012]
Have Tenor Sax, Will Blow
Have Tenor Sax, Will Blow
[2011]
Jay Walk [Digital 45]
Jay Walk [Digital 45]
[2009]
Azure (Expanded Edition)
Azure (Expanded Edition)
[2007]
The Everest Sessions: Azure
The Everest Sessions: Azure
[2006]
That Lovin' Feeling
That Lovin' Feeling
[2006]
Rhino Hi-Five: King Curtis - EP
Rhino Hi-Five: King Curtis - EP
[2006]
King Curtis Plays the Great Memphis Hits
King Curtis Plays the Great Memphis Hits
[2005]
Live At the Fillmore West
Live At the Fillmore West
[2004]
King of the Sax
King of the Sax
[2004]
Soul Meeting
Soul Meeting
[1994]
Everybody's Talking
Everybody's Talking
[1972]
King Curtis - Live At Fillmore West
King Curtis - Live At Fillmore West
[1971]
Get Ready
Get Ready
[1970]
Instant Groove
Instant Groove
[1969]
Sweet Soul
Sweet Soul
[1968]
That Lovin' Feeling (Mono)
That Lovin' Feeling (Mono)
[1966]
Soul Serenade
Soul Serenade
[1964]
Soul Time
Soul Time
[1963]
Soul Twist with King Curtis
Soul Twist with King Curtis
[1962]
Related Information for King Curtis
Curtis Ousley (February 7, 1934 – August 13, 1971), who performed under the name King Curtis, was an American tenor, alto, and soprano saxophonist who played rhythm and blues, soul, rock, and soul jazz.Curtis was born in Fort Worth, Texas. During the 1950s and early to mid 1960s he both worked as a session player on such records as Yakety Yak and recorded his own singles. His best known singles from this period are "Soul Twist" (Enjoy) and "Soul Serenade" (Capitol). In 1965 he moved to Atlantic Records, where his most successful singles were "Memphis Soul Stew" and "Ode to Billie Joe." He led Aretha Franklin's backup band, The Kingpins, and produced records, at first with Jerry Wexler and... read more