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Freddie King - Texas Flyer, 1974-1976 (2010) [5-CD Boxed Set]  Music

Posted by Andi_Deris at Sept. 21, 2016
Freddie King - Texas Flyer, 1974-1976 (2010) [5-CD Boxed Set]

Freddie King - Texas Flyer, 1974-1976 (2010) [5-CD Boxed Set]
EAC Rip | FLAC: Image+Cue+Log | 2.2 Gb | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 897 Mb | Scans | TTime: 06:03:36
Bear Family Records | BCD 16778
Blues, Texas Blues, Rhythm & Blues

Completes the Freddie King story, with all of his 1974-75 RSO studio recordings (some with label-mate Eric Clapton) and four jam-packed discs of sizzling mid-'70s live performances. Bear Family's first Freddie King box was one of our best-selling, best-reviewed sets EVER! This is the exciting sequel. Contains Freddie King's acclaimed 'Burglar' album, produced in England by Mike Vernon, as well as rarities and an unreleased version of That's All Right. Most of the riveting live performances on this immense box are previously unreleased, and all are beautifully recorded in crisp, clear stereo. No bootleg quality sound here! …
Freddie King - Freddie King Is A Blues Master (1969/2014) [Official Digital Download 24/192]

Freddie King - Freddie King Is A Blues Master (1969/2014)
FLAC (tracks) 24-bit/192 kHz | Time - 36:30 minutes | 775 MB
MONO, Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Front cover

1969 album from a certified blues master. Well, actually, we didn’t ask to see his certificate of mastery, but we respect Freddie King enough to know that he wouldn’t release an album entitled Freddie King is a Blues Master if he couldn’t back it up that kind of bold claim. Also, in case this piece happens to be your introduction to the album in question, allow us to assure you that we’ve heard it, and there’s definitely no case of false advertising in play with this album.
Little Freddie King - Messin' Around Tha Living Room (2015)

Little Freddie King - Messin' Around Tha Living Room (2015)
Blues | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 00:56:04 | 132 MB
Label: MadeWright Records | Release Year: 2015

Introduced onstage as: The world renowned, hard to kill, pistol-packin, chicken-pickin, string-pullin, show stoppin, fight train hoppin, gamecock walkin, master of electricity, king of gutbucket blues, connoisseur of women, His Royal Highness, Little Freddie King is a key figure in the New Orleanss music scene and brings unrivaled enthusiasm, passion and style to his performances.

Freddie King - Just Pickin'  

Posted by georgebukki at Jan. 5, 2009
Freddie King - Just Pickin'

Freddie King - Just Pickin'
1989 | Blues | MP3 320kbps | 169MB

Guitarist Freddie King rode to fame in the early '60s with a spate of catchy instrumentals which became instant bandstand fodder for fellow bluesmen and white rock bands alike. Employing a more down-home (thumb and finger picks) approach to the B.B. King single-string style of playing, King enjoyed success on a variety of different record labels. Furthermore, he was one of the first bluesmen to employ a racially integrated group on-stage behind him. Influenced by Eddie Taylor, Jimmy Rogers, and Robert Jr. Lockwood, King went on to influence the likes of Eric Clapton, Mick Taylor, Stevie Ray Vaughan, and Lonnie Mack, among many others.

Freddie King - Electric King (2016)  Music

Posted by Pisulik at June 22, 2016
Freddie King - Electric King (2016)

Freddie King - Electric King (2016)
Blues, Texas Blues | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 02:38:40 | 397 MB
Label: Floating World Records | Release Year: 2016

Think Freddie King and think finger picks and a thumb because that core technique is what made this particular King a standout figure in the 60s, as a blues guitarist. People like B.B. King, in contrast, were using the single-string approach to plucking their guitar. Freddie achieved a great deal of success during this time: had a knack for sourcing hooks and fans of the time lapped them up, as did other contemporary musicians. He wasn't only noticed for his guitar style, though, he was one of the first bluesmen to use a racially integrated group on-stage, behind him. This value for money 2CD package features three live concerts: Chicago in 1969, The Bottom Line in New York in 1974 plus Dallas 1975.
Freddie King, Albert King, Earl King - We Three Kings Of Blues Guitar (2013)

Freddie King, Albert King, Earl King - We Three Kings Of Blues Guitar (2013)
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 336 Mb (incl 5%) | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 132 Mb (incl 5%) | Scans included
Genre: Electric Blues, Modern Electric Blues, R&B | Label: Fuel | # 302 061 993 2 | Time: 00:50:40

Curious, isn't it, how some of the greatest guitarists in post-war Blues history all shared the same regal surname? And entirely fitting. Freddie, Albert, and Earl King royally ruled the Blues kingdom with their brilliant innovations and seminal licks. All of them greatly impacted the Rock field as well. Eric Clapton cites Freddie as a major influence, while Stevie Ray Vaughan was an Albert acolyte. Jimi Hendrix did a dynamite version of Earl's 'Let The Good Times Roll.' These three kings of the electric Blues guitar played a mammoth role in defining the sound of post-war Blues guitar. Their influence remains monumental to this day.

Freddie King - Live At The Sugarbowl (2003)  

Posted by robi62 at Aug. 14, 2014
Freddie King - Live At The Sugarbowl (2003)

Freddie King - Live At The Sugarbowl (2003)
Video: NTSC, MPEG-2 at 6 764 Kbps, 720 x 480 at 29.970 fps | Audio: AC-3 2 channels at 192 Kbps, 48.0 KHz
Genre: Blues | Label: Mel Bay | Copy: Untouched | Release Date: 25 Nov 2003 | Runtime: 67 min. | 3,33 GB (DVD5)

Freddie King in concert was an event to behold. His performances were powerful and filled with emotional singing coupled with burning soulful licks played on his Gibson 355. The rare footage presented on "Live At The Sugarbowl" features a complete set by Freddie and his band recorded at the Sugarbowl in South Carolina on September 22nd, 1972.

Freddie King - The!!!!Beat 1966 (2001)  

Posted by robi62 at April 12, 2014
Freddie King - The!!!!Beat 1966 (2001)

Freddie King - The!!!!Beat 1966 (2001)
Video: NTSC, MPEG-2 at 6 000 Kbps, 720 x 480 at 29.970 fps | Audio: AC-3 2 channels at 192 Kbps, 48.0 KHz
Genre: Blues | Label: Rounder Records | Copy: Untouched | Release Date: 1 Nov 2001 | Runtime: 60 min. | 2,67 GB (DVD5)

Freddie King, hard-driving and perhaps driven, was only 42 when he died on December 28, 1976. The intensity of the performances in this video suggest an artist who burned at full throttle every time he played. Guitarists as diverse as Eric Clapton and Jerry Garcia have cited King as a formative influence. Most of the clips in this collection come from a unique time warp, a fleeting moment when Southern R&B collided with mid-60s "Mod" and rendered a show called The!!!!Beat. Freddie King was 31 at the time of The!!!!Beat, playing and singing in prime form.

Freddie King - The Blues Live! (2012)  

Posted by v3122 at March 21, 2014
Freddie King - The Blues Live! (2012)

Freddie King - The Blues Live! (2012)
EAC | Flac(Image) + Cue + Log & M4A(Tracks) & MP3 CBR 320Kbps
FUEL, 302 061 916 2 | ~ 464 or 467 or 188 Mb | Scans(png) -> 76 Mb
Modern Electric Texas Blues

Freddie was known as The Texas Cannonball for his hard-driving Texas and Chicago blues stylings. He wasn't afraid to add a dash of the pepper known as rock and roll, either…

Freddie King - Live At The Electric Ballroom 1974 (1996)  

Posted by TmanHome at March 12, 2014
Freddie King - Live At The Electric Ballroom 1974 (1996)

Freddie King - Live At The Electric Ballroom 1974 (1996)
Modern Electric Blues, Texas Blues | MP3 320 kbps CBR | 68 min | 157 MB
Label: Factory | Rel: 1996

This Atlanta concert wasn't issued in recorded form for two decades. Archival releases of this sort tend to be for collectors only, but this is a cut above the standard. The sound is very good, the band is pretty tight, and Freddie King solos with fire and sings with conviction, sticking mostly to covers of warhorses like "Dust My Broom," "Key to the Highway," and "Sweet Home Chicago." It's a better deal, in fact, than his studio albums for Shelter in the early '70s, boasting a no-frills small-combo approach that is far more suitable. As a neat bonus, it also contains two solo acoustic performances recorded at a Dallas radio station in the 1970s.