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Freddie King – My Feeling For The Blues

Condition: Brand New
Ships from: Melbourne


Donny Hathaway as arranger, King Curtis as producer and a rhythm section including Jerry Jemmott and Cornell Dupree make "My Feeling For The Blues" a unique blues album.

Freddie King manages to generate grooves in perfect tempos like no other. Some songs contain great horn arrangements and King's overall performance on this album is top class. The first two songs "Yonder Wall" and "The Stumble" set the standard for the whole recording.

The opener of the album is a relaxed rendition of Elmore James' "Yonder Wall". King Curtis impresses with a grandiose soulful horn and Freddie's own guitar can be heard more than in his previous works. "My Feeling For The Blues" can be seen as a tribute to the greats of the blues genre.

King touches BB Kings' "I Wonder Why" and "Woke Up This Morning", T-Bone Walkers' "Stormy Monday", Jimmy Reeds' "You Don't Have To Go" and Eddie Guitar Slim' Jones' classic "The Things I Used To Do", while the tempo is underlaid with hectic instrumental parts in Ray Charles' "What'd I Say".

One of the best Blues albums, which was more and more difficult to find in the last years, is finally available again on vinyl.

Release details

Label: Atlantic, Music On Vinyl
Format: LP, Album, Reissue
Units: 1
Country: Europe
Released: 2017
Genre: Blues
Style: Texas Blues


A1 Yonder Wall
A2 Stumble
A3 I Wonder Why
A4 Stormy Monday
A5 I Don'T Know
B1 What'D I Say
B2 Ain'T Nobody'S Business What We Do
B3 You Don'T Have To Go
B4 Woke Up This Morning
B5 The Things I Used To Do
B6 My Feeling For The Blues