Albert Collins - Texas Blues album FLAC
Albert Gene Drewery, known as Albert Collins and the Ice Man (October 1, 1932 – November 24, 1993), was an American electric blues guitarist and singer with a distinctive guitar style. He was noted for his powerful playing and his use of altered tunings and a capo. His long association with the Fender Telecaster led to the title "The Master of the Telecaster".
CD, Album, Reissue DVD, DVD-Video, NTSC, Album. Country: US. Released: 2012. CD. 1. Mr. Collins, Mr. Collins. 2. My Woman Has A Black Cat Bone. 4. Lights Are On But Nobody's Home.
Artist: Albert Collins Album: Cold Snap Genre: Texas Blues Label: Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab Released: 1986/1995 Quality: APE (image+. cue) Tracklist: Cash Talkin' (The Workingman's Blues). Bending Like A Willow Tree. A Good Fool Is Hard To Find. As old Latin proverb says: how many people, so many tastes. You can download here blues music in few minutes
Texas blues is blues music from Texas. As a regional style, its original form was characterized by jazz and swing influences. Later examples are often closer to blues rock and Southern rock. Texas blues began to appear in the early 1900s among African Americans who worked in oilfields, ranches and lumber camps.
The different styles of Texas blues guitar, both acoustic and electric, are featured on this hour-long video from Stefan Grossman's Guitar Workshop. The Master of the Telecaster, Albert Collins, kicks things off with a three-tune set from a 1991 appearance on Austin City Limits. A typical Collins blues-rocker, "Iceman," starts the show, setting the stage for a lengthy blues in the slow drag tempo, "The Lights Are On, But Nobody's Home. On this one, Collins pulls out all of his trademark stinging licks while sharing solo space with his tenor sax man and organist.
Texas Blues has a long and varied history and has managed to incorporate many influences, including jazz, Ragtime and country as well as the work songs and juke-joint music that is fundamental to traditional Blues. From the late 60s, Texas became synonymous with hard-rocking ‘roadhouse’ Blues but it’s roots run deep. Lightnin’ hopkins – blues masters. Lightnin’ recorded for many companies and these 20 tracks (from 10 different labels) cover his most productive years, 1947-1961.
|1||You're So High|
|2||You Accuse Me|
|3||I Get The Feeling|
|4||Angel Of Mercy|
|5||The Trouble Was Money|
|6||Playing With My Mind|
|7||Too Many Dirty Dishes|
|8||The Things I Used To Do|
|9||Black Cat Bone|
NotesLicensed from: Charly Licensing APS
All tracks are live recordings
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|CBL 756||Albert Collins||Live (CD)||Charly Blues||CBL 756||Germany||1995|
|CBMCD007||Albert Collins||Charly Blues Masterworks Volume 07 - Albert Collins (CD)||Charly Records||CBMCD007||Netherlands||2009|
|B.P. 025||Albert Collins||Live (CD, Album)||Altaya, Charly R&B||B.P. 025||Poland||1998|
|BB033||Albert Collins||Live (CD)||Altaya, Charly R&B||BB033||Brazil||1996|
|BA003||Albert Collins||Live (CD)||Altaya||BA003||Spain||1997|