Analogue Productions Blues
200 Gram Vinyl Record
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Mastered by Kevin Gray at Cohearent Audio from the original analog master tapes!
Released in 1972 as the second of Freddie King's three releases for Shelter Records, Leon Russell's Tulsa-based label. In fact, when Russell first formed Shelter, he reportedly did so partly to play out his vision of recording one of his favorites, Freddie King.
King's output on Texas Cannonball includes brilliant covers of songs by Howlin' Wolf, Lowell Fulson, Leon Russell, Bill Withers and Elmore James.
Backing artists include many musicians who played with Eric Clapton in the 1970s. Clapton has stated many times over that Freddie King was among his chief influences. Supporting musicians include Leon Russell on piano, Carl Radle and Donald "Duck" Dunn on bass, Jim Gordon, Chuck Blackwell and Al Jackson on drums, Don Preston on guitar and John Gallie on organ.
Recorded at Ardent Studios in Memphis in February 1972.
Texas Cannonball is among the first titles to be pressed at Acoustic Sounds' Quality Record Pressings.
|1. Lowdown In Lodi|
|2. Reconsider Baby|
|3. Big Legged Woman|
|4. Me And My Guitar|
|5. I'd Rather Be Blind|
|6. Can't Trust Your Neighbor|
|7. You Was Wrong|
|8. How Many More Years|
|9. Ain't No Sunshine|
|10. The Sky Is Crying|
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