Freddy KING - Heads Up! - The First Fourteen Singles As & Bs 1960-1962

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Freddie King (or Freddy as he was known in his early years for these recordings) was and still is a true icon of the blues, even though he is perhaps considered the least popular of the 'Three Kings of the Blues' - B.B, Albert and Freddie. It's hard to analyse even this long after his death which one of them truly is the most influential, although with B.B King still being alive and playing perhaps it falls to him.

This collection presents both sides of all his 45 releases recorded between 1960 and 1962 (except the B side to 'Do The President Twist' which was just a Lula Reed track which doesn't include Freddy).

Freddie was a major influence on Eric Clapton, Peter Green and many other guitarists who emerged during the blues boom.

Features his original hits 'Hide Away', 'I'm Tore Down', 'San Ho Zay' and of course 'Have You Ever Loved a Woman'.

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Track Listing

1. HAVE YOU EVER LOVED A WOMAN
2. YOU'VE GOT TO LOVE HER WITH A FEELING
3. HIDE AWAY
4. I LOVE THE WOMAN
5. LONESOME WHISTLE BLUES
6. IT'S TOO BAD THINGS ARE GOING SO TOUGH
7. SEE SEE BABY
8. SAN HO ZAY
9. I'M TORE DOWN
10 SEN-SA-SHUN
11. CHRISTMAS TEARS
12. I HEAR JINGLE BELLS
13. IF YOU BELIEVE (In What You Do)
14. HEADS UP
15. TAKIN' CARE OF BUSINESS
16. THE STUMBLE
17. SIDE TRACKED
18. SITTIN' ON THE BOAT DOCK
19. WHAT ABOUT LOVE
20. TEXAS OIL
21. DO THE PRESIDENT TWIST - LULA REED & FREDDY KING
22. JUST PICKIN'
23. COME ON
24. YOU CAN'T HIDE - LULA REED & FREDDY KING
25. (Let Your Love) WATCH OVER ME - LULA REED & FREDDY KING
26. IN THE OPEN
27. I'M ON MY WAY TO ATLANTA

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Format
CD
Price Code
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Release Date
08/05/2015
UPC Bar Code No
604988305029