- Performer:Albert Collins
- Title:The Iceman at Mount Fuji [DVD]
- Style:Electric Texas Blues,Regional Blues,Modern Electric Texas Blues
- Date of release:May 6, 2003
- Recording date:1992
- Size FLAC version1707 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1232 megabytes
- Size WMA version1846 megabytes
- Formats:VOX VOC AAC DTS AUD MIDI
The Iceman at Mount Fuji is a live recording from the 1992 Mt. Fuji Jazz Festival, capturing Albert Collins at the height of his powers in the year before his death. Collins was always an electrifying performer whether at a large festival or a small club, and this recording has his guitar way out front, as it should be. In fact, at many points during the set you can hear the ringing of his guitar on the verge of feedback. And his playing is fantastic; there is no holding back or playing it safe.
Albert Collins And The Icebreakers – The Iceman At Mount Fuji. Label: Fuel 2000 – 302 061 299 9. Format: DVD, DVD-Video.
Albert Collins (October 1, 1932 – November 24, 1993) was an American electric blues guitarist and singer (and occasional harmonica player) whose recording career began in the 1960s in Houston and whose fame eventually took him to stages across North America, Europe, Japan and Australia. Missing lyrics by Albert Collins? Know any other songs by Albert Collins?
Tracks: 01. Iceman 3:00 02. Put The Shoe On The Other Foot 4:46 03. Light's Are On But Nobody's Home 10:32 04. If You Love Me Like You Say 3:18 05. Same Old Thing 9:56 06. Travelin' South 3:18 07. Iceman (Extended Jam) 4:18 08. Put The Shoe On The Other Foot 5:09 09. Light's Are On But Nobody's Home 9:42 10. Honey Hush 4:08 11.
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Iceman at Mount Fuji. Audio CD, Original recording remastered, February 15, 2005. 8. Put the Shoe On the Other Foot. 9. Light's Are On But Nobody's Home.