Albert King The Lost Session
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- Released: October 25, 1990
- Originally Released: 1987
- Label: Stax
- $0.99 on iTunes1.She Won't Gimme No Lovin'
- $0.99 on iTunes2.Cold In Hand
- $0.99 on iTunes3.Stop Lying
- $0.99 on iTunes4.All The Way Down
- $1.29 on iTunes5.Tell Me What True Love Is
- $1.29 on iTunes6.Down The Road I Go
- $0.99 on iTunes7.Money Lovin' Women
- $0.99 on iTunes8.Sun Gone Down (Take 1)
- $0.99 on iTunes9.Brand New Razor
- $0.99 on iTunes10.Sun Gone Down (Take 2)
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Personnel includes: Albert King (vocals, guitar); Lee King (guitar); John Mayall (12-string guitar, harmonica, piano, organ); Clifford Solomon (alto & tenor saxophones); Ernie Watts (tenor saxophone); Blue Mitchell (trumpet); Larry Taylor (bass); Ron Selico (drums).
Recorded at Wolfman Jack Studios, Los Angeles, California. Includes liner notes by Lee Hildebrand.
Personnel: Albert King (vocals, guitar); Lee King (guitar); John Mayall (12-string guitar, harmonica, piano, organ); Clifford Solomon (alto saxophone, tenor saxophone); Ernie Watts (tenor saxophone); Blue Mitchell (trumpet); Kevin (piano, organ); Ron Selico (drums).
Audio Remixer: Danny Kopelson.
Liner Note Author: Lee Hildebrand.
Recording information: Wolfman Jack Studios, Los Angeles, CA (08/28/1971).
Photographer: Phil Bray.
The tapes of this Albert King/John Mayall album were discovered by Bill Belmont in 1986 while rummaging through the Stax vaults looking for Albert King tapes for an album of unreleased blues material. It was produced by John Mayall at Wolfman Jack Studios in Los Angeles on August 28, 1971.
As to why it wasn't released at the time of its recording, Mayall said "The intent was to make it different from the Stax sound. I accomplished that but also got it canned because Stax obviously couldn't cope with that. It didn't sound like their stuff, so they didn't release it."
It is an inspired pairing of King, one of the most influential guitar stylist of the modern blues, and Mayall, the chief conceptualist of the British blues revival of the Sixties. It sounds different from anything King had recorded before or since, a three-way fusion of Mississippi Delta blues, British blues, and Los Angeles jazz.
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