Saturday, September 26, 2015

Albert Collins 1965 The Cool Sound Of Albert Collins





Genre: Blues
Rate: 320 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 00:58:56
Size: 134,79 MB

United States

Stinging lead guitar characterizes these late 1950s and early 1960s sides by the "Master of the Telecaster" Albert Collins. These tracks are almost all uptempo and feature horns and organ prominently. Although fans of Chicago blues will enjoy this, it has a real Texas feel that will appeal to fans of Freddie King and SRV. As for sound, on the import version I got one can hear the phonograph needle drop at the beginning of some tracks. That's not a complaint in my book, though. The sound is bright and dynamic. This is a collection of definitive Texas blues that any fan of the music will love. Top notch! (kevnm)

Tracklist:

01 - Frosty 03:03

02 - Hot 'n' Cold 03:06

03 - Frost Bite 02:05

04 - Tremble 02:42

05 - Thaw Out 02:37

06 - Dyin' Flu 03:15

07 - Don't Lose Your Cool 02:15

08 - Backstroke 02:48

09 - Cool Aide 02:44

10 - Shiver And Shake 02:11

11 - Icy Blue 02:59

12 - Snow-Cone, Pt. 1 02:24

13 - Snow-Cone, Pt. 2 02:34

14 - Defrost 02:41

15 - I Don't Know 01:58

16 - Cookin' Catfish 02:42

17 - Takin' My Time 01:40

18 - Freeze 02:32

19 - Soul Road 02:05

20 - Homesick 02:55

21 - Sippin' Soda 02:45

22 - Albert's Alley 02:37

23 - Collin's Shuffle 02:20





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