Albert King was an American blues guitarist and singer who was active from the late 1940s to 1992. During the earlier part of his career, he recorded several singles for smaller record labels. In 1966, he began an association with Stax Records, where he enjoyed his greatest commercial success with both singles and albums. After Stax's bankruptcy in 1975, King recorded for several smaller labels.
Albert King (April 25, 1923 – December 21, 1992) was an American blues guitarist and singer, and a major influence in the world of blues guitar playing. 2. Grass Ain't No Greener. Style:MLA Chicago APA. "Albert King Album. Missing lyrics by Albert King? Know any other songs by Albert King? Don't keep it to yourself!
Albert King: все альбомы, включая The Big Blues, Born Under a Bad Sign, Contigo Quiero Estar и другие. Fillmore East, NY, 1971 & Early Studio Recordings. On My Merry Way: The Earliest Sessions of the Guitar King (1954 - 1962).
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Albert King left Bobbin in late 1962 and recorded one session for King Records in the spring of 1963, which were much more pop-oriented than his previous work; the singles issued from the session failed to sell. Within a year, he cut four songs for the local St. Louis independent label Coun-Tree, which was run by a jazz singer named Leo Gooden. Though these singles didn't appear in many cities - St. Louis, Chicago, and Kansas City were the only three to register sales - they foreshadowed his coming work with Stax Records. Albert King's first album for Stax, 1967's Born Under a Bad Sign, was a collection of his singles for the label and became one of the most popular and influential blues albums of the late '60s. Beginning in 1968, Albert King was playing not only to blues audiences, but also to crowds of young rock & rollers.
CreditsWilliam Bell - Composer
Booker T. Jones - Composer
Albert King - Composer, Guitar, Primary Artist, Vocals
Jerry Leiber - Composer
R. Noble - Composer
Ray Noble - Composer
Mike Stoller - Composer
T-Bone Walker - Composer
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|2||Grass Ain't No Greener||Albert King|
|3||Born Under a Bad Sign William Bell / Booker T. Jones||Albert King|
|4||Stormy Monday T-Bone Walker||Albert King|
|5||Kansas City Jerry Leiber / Mike Stoller||Albert King|
|6||The Very Thought of You R. Noble / Ray Noble||Albert King|
|7||Let the Good Times Roll||Albert King|
|8||Ooh-Ee Baby Albert King||Albert King|