- Released: September 12, 1995
- Label: EMI Mod Afw
Down Beat - 12/95, p.714 Stars
- Very Good - "The late 'Master of the Telecaster' was at his best in a live setting, where his electrifying energy and icy guitar tone could simultaneously heat up the room and send chills down the spine..."
JazzTimes - 5/96, p.87
- 2.Lights Are On But Nobody's Home
- 3.If You Love Me (Like You Say)
- 4.Put The Shoe On The Other Foot
- 6.Travelin' South
- 7.Talkin Woman
- 8.My Woman Has A Black Cat Bone
- 9.I Ain't Drunk
- 10.T-Bone Shuffle
Albert Collins & The Icebreakers: Albert Collins (vocals, guitar); Pete Thoennes (guitar); The Legendary White Trash Horns, Jon Smith, Jeff Robbins (tenor saxophone); Steve Howard (trumpet); Bobby Alexis (organ); Johnny B. Gayden (bass); Marty Binder (drums).
Engineers: David Richards, Justin Shirley-Smith, Timothy R. Powell.
Recorded live at The Montreux Jazz Festival, Switzerland on July 10, 1992; On The Waterfront Festival, Rockford, Illinois on September 5, 1993; Riverfront Blues Festival, Peoria, Illinois on September 4, 1993. Includes liner notes by Dick Shurman, John Boncimino and John Wooler.
LIVE '92 - '93 was nominated for a 1996 Grammy Award for Best Contemporary Blues Album.
Personnel: Albert Collins (vocals, guitar); Jeff Robbins, Jon Smith (tenor saxophone); Steve Howard (trumpet); Bobby Alexis (organ); Marty Binder (drums).
Audio Mixer: David Axelbaum.
Liner Note Authors: Dick Shurman; John Boncimino; John Wooler.
Recording information: Montreux Jazz Festival, Switzerland (07/10/1992-09/04/1993); On The Waterfront Festival, Rockford, IL (07/10/1992-09/04/1993); Riverfront Blues Festival, Peoria (07/10/1992-09/04/1993).
Editors: Chris Steinmetz; Rick "SL8" Cruz; David Axelbaum; Jason Wagner.
Photographer: John Wooler.
Compiling a number of performances recorded shortly before Albert Collins' death, Live '92/'93 offers definitive proof that the guitarist remained vital until his last days. ~ Thom Owens