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Live In The 70s

Live In The 70s

About this release

The guitar of choice of the late great Albert King, one of the “three kings of the blues”, was the Gibson Flying V which he named “Lucy” and which influenced a host of guitarists such as Mick Taylor, Eric Clapton and Joe Walsh to name but a few.

These amazing recordings are culled from three shows spanning from 1971 to 1974, kicking off with “Born Under A Bad Sign” recorded at The Purple Carriage, St. Charles IL in 1974, then “Blues Power”, “Crosscut Saw”, “Got To Be Some Changes Made” and “Personal Manager” all recorded at the Fillmore East, New York NY in 1971 finishing with “Oh Pretty Woman” recorded at The Forum, Hollywood CA in 1972.

This is a limited edition LP on clear blue vinyl.

Side 1

1. Born Under A Bad Sign
2. Blues Power
3. Crosscut Saw

Side 2

1. Got To Be Some Changes Made
2. Personal Manager
3. Oh Pretty Woman


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