Friday, 11 July 2008
Alber King : The Blues Legend
Albert King remains one of the most influential blues guitarists of all time. Born in Indianola, Missisipi, King enjoyed a successful career that encompassed four decades and wide critical and commercial acceptance throughout the world. The stinging solos that the left-handed blues giant wrenched from his trademark Gibson Flying V helped inform the sound and style of such admires as Eric Clapton, Luther Allison, Steve Ray Vaughan, Taj Mahal and Jimi Hendrix. This never before released concert film present King in top form, tearing through such signature songs as “The Sky is Crying”, and “Born Under a Bad Sign (Experience Hendrix and Reelin in The Years Productions. LCC, 2003).