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経歴・特徴

生まれ故郷テキサスからシカゴに出て、まずロバート・ジュニア・ロックウッドジミー・ロジャース、エディ・テイラーらから学んだが、フレディのギター・スタイルはむしろ同世代の友人マジック・サムに似ている。60~66年のキング/フェデラル・レコード時代が彼のベストといわれ、有名なインスト曲「ハイダウェイ」や熱気のあるヴォーカル曲が生まれた。70年にはロック・ミュージシャンのレオン・ラッセルのレーベル、シェルターと契約し、二度目の成功を手にする。しかし、この時期の作品は、コアなファンからはあまり評価されていないようだ。また、フレディ・キングはスタジオ作よりライヴとも言われる。ありがたいことに、壮絶なライヴ映像が多数残っている。

CDガイド

[A]:BLUES GUITAR HERO

BLUES GUITAR HERO

[B]:BLUES GUITAR HERO VOL 2

BLUES GUITAR HERO VOL 2

[C]:シングス(Pヴァイン PCD-3831)

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[D]:レッツ・ハイダウェイ・アンド・ダンス・アウェイ(Pヴァイン PCD-3832)

ザ・スリー・キングス(2)フレディ・キング レッツ・ハイダウェイ&ダンス・アウエイ

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[E]:Sing Along Dance Along

Sing Along Dance Along

[F]:ボサノヴァ&ブルース(Pヴァイン PCD-3833)

ボサノヴァ&ブルース

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[G]:ア・ボナンザ・オブ・インストゥルメンタルズ(Pヴァイン PCD-3834)

ザ・スリー・キングス(10)フレディ・キング ア・ボナンザ・オブ・インストゥルメンタルズ

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[H]:フレディ・キング・イズ・ア・ブルース・マスター

フレディ・キング・イズ・ア・ブルース・マスター

[I]:マイ・フィーリング・フォー・ザ・ブルース

マイ・フィーリング・フォー・ザ・ブルース

[J]:King of the Blues

King of the Blues

楽曲情報

Hide Away
Cincinnati OH, Aug. 26, 1960
Freddy King (guitar); Sonny Thompson (piano); Bill Willis (bass); Phillip Paul (drums)
[A][D]
See See Baby
Cincinnati OH, Aug. 26, 1960
Freddy King (vocal, guitar); Gene Redd or Clifford Scott (sax); Sonny Thompson (piano); Bill Willis (bass); Phillip Paul (drums)
[A][C]
You've Got To Love Her With A Feeling
Cincinnati OH, Aug. 26, 1960
Freddy King (vocal, guitar); Gene Redd or Clifford Scott (sax); Sonny Thompson (piano); Bill Willis (bass); Phillip Paul (drums)
[A][C]
Have You Ever Loved A Woman
Cincinnati OH, Aug. 26, 1960
Freddy King (vocal, guitar); Sonny Thompson (piano); Bill Willis (bass); Phillip Paul (drums)
[A][C]
You Know That You Love Me
Cincinnati OH, Aug. 26, 1960
Freddy King (vocal, guitar); Gene Redd or Clifford Scott (sax); Sonny Thompson (piano); Bill Willis (bass); Phillip Paul (drums)
[A][C]
I Love The Woman
Cincinnati OH, Aug. 26, 1960
Freddy King (vocal, guitar); Sonny Thompson (piano); Bill Willis (bass); Phillip Paul (drums)
[A][C]
Lonesome Whistle Blues
Cincinnati OH, Jan. 17, 1961
Freddy King (vocal, guitar); Sonny Thompson (piano); Bill Willis (bass); Phillip Paul (drums); unknown (vocal group)
[A][C]
If You Believe In What You Do
Cincinnati OH, Jan. 17, 1961
Freddy King (vocal, guitar); Sonny Thompson (piano); Bill Willis (bass); Phillip Paul (drums)
[A][C]
I'm Tore Down
Cincinnati OH, Jan. 18, 1961
Freddy King (vocal, guitar); Gene Redd (sax); Clifford Scott (sax); Sonny Thompson (piano); Bill Willis (bass); Phillip Paul (drums)
[A][C]
It's Too Bad Things Are Going So Tough
Cincinnati OH, Jan. 18, 1961
Freddy King (vocal, guitar); Sonny Thompson (piano); Bill Willis (bass); Phillip Paul (drums)
[A][C]
Takin' Care Of Business
Cincinnati OH, Jan. 24, 1961
Freddy King (vocal, guitar); Sonny Thompson (piano); Bill Willis (bass); Phillip Paul (drums)
[A][C]
Let Me Be Stay Away From Me
Cincinnati OH, Jan. 24, 1961
Freddy King (vocal, guitar); Sonny Thompson (piano); Bill Willis (bass); Phillip Paul (drums)
[C]
You Mean, Mean Woman (How Can Your Love Be True)
Cincinnati OH, Jan. 24, 1961
Freddy King (vocal, guitar); Sonny Thompson (piano); Bill Willis (bass); Phillip Paul (drums)
[B][C]
Butterscotch
Cincinnati OH, April 5, 1961
Freddy King (guitar); Sonny Thompson (piano); Bill Willis (bass); Phillip Paul (drums)
[D]
Onion Rings
Cincinnati OH, April 5, 1961
Freddy King (guitar); Sonny Thompson (piano); Bill Willis (bass); Phillip Paul (drums)
[B]
Sen-Sa-Shun
Cincinnati OH, April 5, 1961
Freddy King (guitar); Sonny Thompson (piano); Fred Jordan (guitar); Bill Willis (bass); Phillip Paul (drums)
[A][D]
Side Tracked
Cincinnati OH, April 5, 1961
Freddy King (guitar); Sonny Thompson (piano); Bill Willis (bass); Phillip Paul (drums)
[A][D]
The Stumble
Cincinnati OH, April 5, 1961
Freddy King (guitar); Sonny Thompson (piano); Bill Willis (bass); Phillip Paul (drums)
[A][D]
Wash Out
Cincinnati OH, April 5, 1961
Freddy King (guitar); Sonny Thompson (piano); Bill Willis (bass); Phillip Paul (drums)
[D]
Wash Out (alternate take)
Cincinnati OH, April 5, 1961
Freddy King (guitar); Sonny Thompson (piano); Bill Willis (bass); Phillip Paul (drums)
[B]
San-Ho-Zay
Cincinnati OH, April 5, 1961
Freddy King (guitar); Sonny Thompson (piano); Fred Jordan (guitar); Bill Willis (bass); Phillip Paul (drums)
[A][D]
Just Pickin'
Cincinnati OH, April 5, 1961
Freddy King (guitar); Sonny Thompson (piano); Fred Jordan (guitar); Bill Willis (bass); Phillip Paul (drums)
[A][D]
Heads Up
Cincinnati OH, April 5, 1961
Freddy King (guitar); Sonny Thompson (piano); Bill Willis (bass); Phillip Paul (drums)
[D]
Heads Up (alternate take)
Cincinnati OH, April 5, 1961
Freddy King (guitar); Sonny Thompson (piano); Bill Willis (bass); Phillip Paul (drums)
[B]
Christmas Tears
July 6, 1961
Freddy King (vocal, guitar); Sonny Thompson (piano); Bill Willis (bass); Phillip Paul (drums)
[A]
In The Open
Cincinnati OH, July 25, 1961
Freddy King (guitar); Sonny Thompson (piano); Bill Willis (bass); Phillip Paul (drums)
[A][D]
Out Front
Cincinnati OH, July 25, 1961
Freddy King (guitar); Sonny Thompson (piano); Bill Willis (bass); Phillip Paul (drums)
[B][D]
Swooshy
Cincinnati OH, July 25, 1961
Freddy King (guitar); Gene Redd (sax); Clifford Scott (sax); Sonny Thompson (piano); Bill Willis (bass); Phillip Paul (drums)
[D]
Sittin' On The Boat Dock
Jan. 10, 1962
Freddy King (vocal, guitar); Gene Redd (sax); Clifford Scott (sax); Sonny Thompson (piano); Bill Willis (bass); Phillip Paul (drums)
[A]
Come On
Jan. 10, 1962
Freddy King (vocal, guitar); Gene Redd (sax); Clifford Scott (sax); Sonny Thompson (piano); Bill Willis (bass); Phillip Paul (drums)
[A]
I'm On My Way To Atlanta
Jan. 10, 1962
Freddy King (vocal, guitar); Gene Redd (sax); Clifford Scott (sax); Sonny Thompson (piano); Bill Willis (bass); Phillip Paul (drums)
[A]
She Put The Whammy On Me
Jan. 10, 1962
Freddy King (vocal, guitar); Gene Redd (sax); Clifford Scott (sax); Sonny Thompson (piano); Bill Willis (bass); Phillip Paul (drums)
[A]
Over Drive
Jan. 10, 1962
Freddy King (vocal, guitar); Gene Redd (sax); Clifford Scott (sax); Sonny Thompson (piano); Fred Jordan (guitar); Bill Willis (bass); Phillip Paul (drums)
[B]
High Rise
Jan. 10, 1962
Freddy King (vocal, guitar); Sonny Thompson (piano); Bill Willis (bass); Phillip Paul (drums)
[B]
What About Love
Cincinnati OH, Feb. 7/8, 1962
Freddy King (vocal, guitar); Gene Redd (sax); Clifford Scott (sax); Sonny Thompson (piano); Bill Willis (bass); Phillip Paul (drums)
[A]
Do The President Twist
Cincinnati OH, Feb. 7/8, 1962
Freddy King (vocal, guitar); Lula Reed (vocal); Gene Redd (sax); Clifford Scott (sax); Sonny Thompson (piano); Bill Willis (bass); Phillip Paul (drums)
[E]
You Can't Hide
Cincinnati OH, Feb. 7/8, 1962
Freddy King (vocal, guitar); Lula Reed (vocal); Gene Redd (sax); Clifford Scott (sax); Sonny Thompson (piano); Bill Willis (bass); Phillip Paul (drums)
[B][E]
(Let You Love) Watch Over Me
Cincinnati OH, Feb. 7/8, 1962
Freddy King (vocal, guitar); Lula Reed (vocal); Gene Redd (sax); Clifford Scott (sax); Sonny Thompson (piano); Bill Willis (bass); Phillip Paul (drums)
[E]
It's Easy Child
Cincinnati OH, Feb. 7/8, 1962
Freddy King (vocal, guitar); Lula Reed (vocal); Gene Redd (sax); Clifford Scott (sax); Sonny Thompson (piano); Bill Willis (bass); Phillip Paul (drums)
[E]
Freeway 75
Cincinnati OH, Nov. 27, 1962
Freddy King (guitar); Gene Redd (sax); Clifford Scott (sax); Sonny Thompson (piano); Bill Willis (bass); Phillip Paul (drums)
[G]
The Bossa Nova Watusi Twist
Cincinnati OH, Nov. 27, 1962
Freddy King (guitar); Gene Redd or Clifford Scott (sax); Sonny Thompson (piano); Bill Willis (bass); Phillip Paul (drums)
[F]
Someday After Awhile (You'll Be Sorry)
Cincinnati OH, Nov. 27, 1962
Freddy King (vocal, guitar); Gene Redd (sax); Clifford Scott (sax); Sonny Thompson (piano); Bill Willis (bass); Phillip Paul (drums)
[F]
Someday After Awhile (You'll Be Sorry) [alternate take]
Cincinnati OH, Nov. 27, 1962
Freddy King (vocal, guitar); Gene Redd (sax); Clifford Scott (sax); Sonny Thompson (piano); Bill Willis (bass); Phillip Paul (drums)
[B]
Bossa Nova Blues
Cincinnati OH, Nov. 27, 1962
Freddy King (guitar); Gene Redd (sax); Clifford Scott (sax); Sonny Thompson (piano); Bill Willis (bass); Phillip Paul (drums)
[B][F]
Walk Down That Aisle (Honey Chile)
Cincinnati OH, Nov. 27, 1962
Freddy King (vocal, guitar); Gene Redd (sax); Clifford Scott (sax); Sonny Thompson (piano); Bill Willis (bass); Phillip Paul (drums)
[F]
Walk Down That Aisle (Honey Chile) [alternate take]
Cincinnati OH, Nov. 27, 1962
Freddy King (vocal, guitar); Gene Redd (sax); Clifford Scott (sax); Sonny Thompson (piano); Bill Willis (bass); Phillip Paul (drums)
[B]
You're Barkin' Up The Wrong Tree
Cincinnati OH, Nov. 28, 1962
Freddy King (vocal, guitar); Gene Redd (sax); Clifford Scott (sax); Sonny Thompson (piano); Bill Willis (bass); Phillip Paul (drums)
[F]
You Walked In
Cincinnati OH, Nov. 28, 1962
Freddy King (vocal, guitar); Gene Red or Clifford Scott (sax); Sonny Thompson (piano); Bill Willis (bass); Phillip Paul (drums)
[F]
Is My Baby Mad At Me
Cincinnati OH, Nov. 28, 1962
Freddy King (vocal, guitar); Sonny Thompson (piano); Bill Willis (bass); Phillip Paul (drums)
[F]
The Welfare (Turns Its Back On You)
Cincinnati OH, Nov. 28, 1962
Freddy King (vocal, guitar); Gene Redd (sax); Clifford Scott (sax); Sonny Thompson (piano); Bill Willis (bass); Phillip Paul (drums)
[A][F]
(I'd Love To) Make Love To You
Cincinnati OH, Nov. 29, 1962
Freddy King (vocal); Gene Redd (sax); Clifford Scott (sax); Sonny Thompson (piano); Bill Willis (bass); Phillip Paul (drums); unknown (vocal group)
[F]
Look Ma, I'm Cryin'
Cincinnati OH, Nov. 29, 1962
Freddy King (vocal, guitar); Gene Redd (sax); Clifford Scott (sax); Sonny Thompson (piano); Bill Willis (bass); Phillip Paul (drums)
[B][F]
It Hurts To Be In Love
Cincinnati OH, Nov. 29, 1962
Freddy King (vocal, guitar); Gene Redd (sax); Clifford Scott (sax); Sonny Thompson (piano); Bill Willis (bass); Phillip Paul (drums)
[F]
One Hundred Years
Cincinnati OH, Nov. 29, 1962
Freddy King (vocal); Gene Redd (sax); Clifford Scott (sax); Sonny Thompson (piano); Bill Willis (bass); Phillip Paul (drums)
[F]
Low Tide
Cincinnati OH, Sept. 26, 1963
Freddy King (guitar); Gene Redd (tenor sax); Sonny Thompson (piano); Fred Jordan (guitar); Oscar Crummie (bass); Phillip Paul (drums)
[G]
King-A-Ling
Cincinnati OH, Sept. 26, 1963
Freddy King (guitar); Gene Redd (tenor sax); Sonny Thompson (piano); Oscar Crummie (bass); Phillip Paul (drums)
[G]
Surf Monkey
Cincinnati OH, Sept. 26, 1963
Freddy King (guitar); Gene Redd (tenor sax); Sonny Thompson (piano); Oscar Crummie (bass); Phillip Paul (drums)
[G]
Remington Ride
Cincinnati OH, Sept. 26, 1963
Freddy King (guitar); Gene Redd (tenor sax); Sonny Thompson (piano); Fred Jordan (guitar); Oscar Crummie (bass); Phillip Paul (drums)
[G]
Remington Ride [alternate take]
Cincinnati OH, Sept. 26, 1963
Freddy King (guitar); Gene Redd (sax); Sonny Thompson (piano); Fred Jordan (guitar); Oscar Crummie (bass); Phillip Paul (drums)
[B]
Full Time Love
Cincinnati OH, Sept. 26, 1963
Freddy King (vocal, guitar); Gene Redd (sax); Sonny Thompson (piano); Fred Jordan (guitar); Oscar Crummie (bass); Phillip Paul (drums)
[B]
Now I've Got A Woman
Cincinnati OH, Sept. 26, 1963
Freddy King (vocal, guitar); Gene Redd (sax); Sonny Thompson (piano); Fred Jordan (guitar); Oscar Crummie (bass); Phillip Paul (drums)
[B]
Meet Me At The Station
Cincinnati OH, Sept. 26, 1963
Freddy King (vocal, guitar); Gene Redd (sax); Sonny Thompson (piano); Fred Jordan (guitar); Oscar Crummie (bass); Phillip Paul (drums)
[B]
Manhole
Cincinnati OH, Aug. 26, 1964
Freddy King (guitar); probably Sonny Thompson (organ); Bobby King (guitar); Benny Turner (bass); Phillip Paul (drums)
[G]
The Sad Nite Owl
Cincinnati OH, Aug. 26, 1964
Freddy King (guitar); Sonny Thompson (piano); Bobby King (guitar); Benny Turner (bass); Phillip Paul (drums)
[G]
Funnybone
Cincinnati OH, Aug. 26, 1964
Freddy King (guitar); probably Sonny Thompson (organ); Bobby King (guitar); Benny Turner (bass); Phillip Paul (drums)
[G]
Nickleplated
Cincinnati OH, Aug. 26, 1964
Freddy King (guitar); Sonny Thompson (piano); Benny Turner (bass); Phillip Paul (drums)
[G]
Freddy's Midnite Dream
Cincinnati OH, Aug. 26, 1964
Freddy King (guitar); Sonny Thompson (piano); Bobby King (guitar); Benny Turner (bass); Phillip Paul (drums)
[G]
Fish Fare
Cincinnati OH, Aug. 26, 1964
Freddy King (guitar); Sonny Thompson (piano); Bobby King (guitar); Benny Turner (bass); Phillip Paul (drums)
[G]
Cloud Sailin'
Cincinnati OH, Aug. 26, 1964
Freddy King (guitar); Sonny Thompson (piano); Bobby King (guitar); Benny Turner (bass); Phillip Paul (drums)
[G]
Teardrops On Your Letter
Cincinnati OH, Aug. 26, 1964
Freddy King (vocal, guitar); Sonny Thompson (piano); Bobby King (guitar); Benny Turner (bass); Phillip Paul (drums)
[B]
Some Other Day, Some Other Time
Cincinnati OH, Aug. 26, 1964
Freddy King (vocal, guitar); Sonny Thompson (piano); Bobby King (guitar); Benny Turner (bass); Phillip Paul (drums)
[B]
She's The One
Cincinnati OH, Aug. 26, 1964
Freddy King (vocal, guitar); Sonny Thompson (piano); Bobby King (guitar); Benny Turner (bass); Phillip Paul (drums)
[B]
I Love You More Everyday
Cincinnati OH, Aug. 26, 1964
Freddy King (vocal, guitar); Sonny Thompson (piano); Bobby King (guitar); Benny Turner (bass); Phillip Paul (drums)
[B]
Double Eyed Wammy
Sept. 14, 1966
Freddy King (vocal, guitar); Lonnie Mack (guitar); unknown (bass); Frank Charles (drums)
[B]
Use What You've Got
Sept. 14, 1966
Freddy King (vocal, guitar); Lonnie Mack (guitar); unknown (bass); Frank Charles (drums)
[B]
Girl From Kookamunga
Sept. 14, 1966
Freddy King (vocal, guitar); Lonnie Mack (guitar); unknown (organ); unknown (bass); Frank Charles (drums)
[B]
You've Got Me Licked
Sept. 14, 1966
Freddy King (vocal, guitar); Lonnie Mack (guitar); unknown (bass); Frank Charles (drums)
[B]
Play It Cool
New York City NY, July 16-18, 1968
Freddie King (vocal, guitar); James Booker (keyboard); Gary Illingworth (keyboard); Gerry Jemmott (bass); Norman Pride (drums)
[H]
That Will Never Do
New York City NY, July 16-18, 1968
Freddie King (vocal, guitar); James Booker (keyboard); Gary Illingworth (keyboard); Gerry Jemmott (bass); Norman Pride (drums)
[H]
It's Too Late, She's Gone
New York City NY, July 16-18, 1968
Freddie King (vocal); Billy Butler (guitar); Joe Newman (trumpet); Melvin Lastie (trumpet); Martin Banks (trumpet); King Curtis (saxophone); David Newman (saxophone); Willie Bridges (saxophone); James Booker (keyboard); Gary Illingworth (keyboard); Gerry Jemmott (bass); Norman Pride (drums)
[H]
Blue Shadows
New York City NY, July 16-18, 1968
Freddie King (vocal, guitar); Billy Butler (guitar); James Booker or Gary Illingworth (keyboard); Gerry Jemmott (bass); Norman Pride (drums)
[H]
Today I Sing The Blues
New York City NY, July 16-18, 1968
Freddie King (vocal, guitar); Billy Butler (guitar); Joe Newman (trumpet); Melvin Lastie (trumpet); Martin Banks (trumpet); King Curtis (saxophone); David Newman (saxophone); Willie Bridges (saxophone); James Booker (keyboard); Gary Illingworth (keyboard); Gerry Jemmott (bass); Norman Pride (drums)
[H]
Get Out Of My Life, Woman
New York City NY, July 16-18, 1968
Freddie King (vocal, guitar); Billy Butler (guitar); Joe Newman (trumpet); Melvin Lastie (trumpet); Martin Banks (trumpet); King Curtis (saxophone); David Newman (saxophone); Willie Bridges (saxophone); James Booker (keyboard); Gary Illingworth (keyboard); Gerry Jemmott (bass); Norman Pride (drums)
[H]
Hideaway
New York City NY, July 16-18, 1968
Freddie King (guitar); Billy Butler (guitar); Joe Newman (trumpet); Melvin Lastie (trumpet); Martin Banks (trumpet); King Curtis (saxophone); David Newman (saxophone); Willie Bridges (saxophone); James Booker or Gary Illingworth (keyboard); Gerry Jemmott (bass); Norman Pride (drums)
[H]
Funky
New York City NY, July 16-18, 1968
Freddie King (guitar); Billy Butler (guitar); Joe Newman (trumpet); Melvin Lastie (trumpet); Martin Banks (trumpet); King Curtis (saxophone); David Newman (saxophone); Willie Bridges (saxophone); James Booker or Gary Illingworth (keyboard); Gerry Jemmott (bass); Norman Pride (drums)
[H]
Hot Tomato
New York City NY, July 16-18, 1968
Freddie King (guitar); James Booker (keyboard); Gary Illingworth (keyboard); Gerry Jemmott (bass); Norman Pride (drums)
[H]
Wide Open
New York City NY, July 16-18, 1968
Freddie King (guitar); Billy Butler (guitar); Joe Newman (trumpet); Melvin Lastie (trumpet); Martin Banks (trumpet); King Curtis (saxophone); David Newman (saxophone); Willie Bridges (saxophone); James Booker (keyboard); Gary Illingworth (keyboard); Gerry Jemmott (bass); Norman Pride (drums)
[H]
Sweet Thing
New York City NY, July 16-18, 1968
Freddie King (guitar); Billy Butler (guitar); James Booker (keyboard); Gary Illingworth (keyboard); Gerry Jemmott (bass); Norman Pride (drums)
[H]
Let Me Down Easy
New York City NY, July 16-18, 1968
Freddie King (vocal, guitar); Billy Butler (guitar); Joe Newman (trumpet); Melvin Lastie (trumpet); Martin Banks (trumpet); King Curtis (saxophone); David Newman (saxophone); Willie Bridges (saxophone); James Booker (keyboard); Gary Illingworth (keyboard); Gerry Jemmott (bass); Norman Pride (drums)
[H]
Yonder Wall
New York City NY, July 29-31, Aug. 1, 1968
Freddie King (vocal, guitar); George Coleman (saxophone); Frank Wess (saxophone); Trevor Lawrence (saxophone); Willie Bridges (saxophone); Ernie Royal (trumpet); Martin Banks (trumpet); George Stubbs (piano); Cornell Dupree (guitar); Jerry Jemmott (bass); Kenneth Rice (drums)
[I]
Stumble
New York City NY, July 29-31, Aug. 1, 1968
Freddie King (guitar); King Curtis (tenor saxophone); George Coleman (saxophone); Frank Wess (saxophone); Trevor Lawrence (saxophone); Willie Bridges (saxophone); Ernie Royal (trumpet); Martin Banks (trumpet); George Stubbs (piano); Jerry Jemmott (bass); Kenneth Rice (drums)
[I]
I Wonder Why
New York City NY, July 29-31, Aug. 1, 1968
Freddie King (vocal, guitar); George Coleman (saxophone); Frank Wess (saxophone); Trevor Lawrence (saxophone); Willie Bridges (saxophone); Ernie Royal (trumpet); Martin Banks (trumpet); George Stubbs (piano); Cornell Dupree (guitar); Jerry Jemmott (bass); Kenneth Rice (drums)
[I]
Stormy Monday
New York City NY, July 29-31, Aug. 1, 1968
Freddie King (vocal, guitar); George Coleman (saxophone); Frank Wess (saxophone); Trevor Lawrence (saxophone); Willie Bridges (saxophone); Ernie Royal (trumpet); Martin Banks (trumpet); George Stubbs (piano); Cornell Dupree (guitar); Jerry Jemmott (bass); Kenneth Rice (drums)
[I]
I Don't Know
New York City NY, July 29-31, Aug. 1, 1968
Freddie King (vocal, guitar); George Coleman (saxophone); Frank Wess (saxophone); Trevor Lawrence (saxophone); Willie Bridges (saxophone); Ernie Royal (trumpet); Martin Banks (trumpet); George Stubbs (piano); Cornell Dupree (guitar); Jerry Jemmott (bass); Kenneth Rice (drums)
[I]
What'd I Say
New York City NY, July 29-31, Aug. 1, 1968
Freddie King (guitar); King Curtis (bass marimba); George Coleman (saxophone); Frank Wess (saxophone); Trevor Lawrence (saxophone); Willie Bridges (saxophone); Ernie Royal (trumpet); Martin Banks (trumpet); George Stubbs (piano); Cornell Dupree (guitar); Jerry Jemmott (bass); Kenneth Rice (drums)
[I]
Ain't Nobody's Business What We Do
New York City NY, July 29-31, Aug. 1, 1968
Freddie King (vocal, guitar); George Coleman (saxophone); Frank Wess (saxophone); Trevor Lawrence (saxophone); Willie Bridges (saxophone); Ernie Royal (trumpet); Martin Banks (trumpet); George Stubbs (piano); Cornell Dupree (guitar); Jerry Jemmott (bass); Kenneth Rice (drums)
[I]
You Don't Have To Go
New York City NY, July 29-31, Aug. 1, 1968
Freddie King (vocal, guitar); Hugh McCracken (harmonica); Cornell Dupree (guitar); Jerry Jemmott (bass); Kenneth Rice (drums)
[I]
Woke Up This Morning
New York City NY, July 29-31, Aug. 1, 1968
Freddie King (vocal, guitar); George Coleman (saxophone); Frank Wess (saxophone); Trevor Lawrence (saxophone); Willie Bridges (saxophone); Ernie Royal (trumpet); Martin Banks (trumpet); George Stubbs (piano); Jerry Jemmott (bass); Kenneth Rice (drums)
[I]
The Things I Used To Do
New York City NY, July 29-31, Aug. 1, 1968
Freddie King (vocal, guitar); Hugh McCracken (harmonica); Cornell Dupree (guitar); Jerry Jemmott (bass); Kenneth Rice (drums)
[I]
My Feeling For The Blues
New York City NY, July 29-31, Aug. 1, 1968
Freddie King (vocal, guitar); George Stubbs (piano); Jerry Jemmott (bass); Kenneth Rice (drums)
[I]
Going Down
Chicago IL, Oct. 1970
Freddie King (vocal, guitar); Leon Russell (piano); Jon Gallie (organ); Donald "Duck" Dunn (bass); Charles Blackwell or Charles Myers (drums)
[J]
Living On The Highway
Chicago IL, Oct. 1970
Freddie King (vocal, guitar); Leon Russell (piano); Don Preston (guitar); Donald "Duck" Dunn (bass); Charles Blackwell or Charles Myers (drums)
[J]
Walking By Myself
Chicago IL, Oct. 1970
Freddie King (vocal, guitar); Leon Russell (piano); Donald "Duck" Dunn (bass)
[J]
Tore Down
Chicago IL, Oct. 1970
Freddie King (vocal, guitar); Leon Russell (piano); Don Preston (guitar); Jon Gallie (organ); Donald "Duck" Dunn (bass); Charles Blackwell or Charles Myers (drums)
[J]
Palace Of The King
Chicago IL, Oct. 1970
Freddie King (vocal, guitar); Leon Russell (piano); Don Preston (guitar); Jon Gallie (organ); Donald "Duck" Dunn (bass); Charles Blackwell or Charles Myers (drums); Claudia Lennear (background vocal); Kathi McDonald (background vocal)
[J]
Same Old Blues
Chicago IL, Oct. 1970
Freddie King (vocal, guitar); Leon Russell (piano); Jon Gallie (organ); Donald "Duck" Dunn (bass); Charles Blackwell or Charles Myers (drums); Claudia Lennear (background vocal); Kathi McDonald (background vocal); Don Preston (background vocal); Joey Cooper (background vocal)
[J]
Dust My Broom
Chicago IL, Oct. 1970
Freddie King (vocal, guitar); Leon Russell (piano)
[J]
Worried Life Blues
Chicago IL, Oct. 1970
Freddie King (vocal, guitar); Leon Russell (piano); Don Preston (guitar); Jon Gallie (organ); Donald "Duck" Dunn (bass); Charles Blackwell or Charles Myers (drums)
[J]
Five Long Years
Chicago IL, Oct. 1970
Freddie King (vocal, guitar); Leon Russell (piano); Donald "Duck" Dunn (bass); Charles Blackwell or Charles Myers (drums)
[J]
Key To The Highway
Chicago IL, Oct. 1970
Freddie King (vocal, guitar); Leon Russell or Don Preston (guitar); Jon Gallie (organ); Donald "Duck" Dunn (bass); Charles Blackwell or Charles Myers (drums)
[J]
That's All Right
Oct. 1970
Freddie King (vocal, guitar); Leon Russell (piano)
[J]
Please Send Me Someone To Love
Oct. 1970
Freddie King (vocal, guitar); Leon Russell (piano); Don Preston (guitar); Donald "Duck" Dunn (bass); Charles Blackwell or Charles Myers (drums)
[J]
Gimme Some Lovin'
Oct. 1970
Freddie King (vocal, guitar); Leon Russell (piano); Don Preston (guitar); Donald "Duck" Dunn (bass); Charles Blackwell or Charles Myers (drums); Claudia Lennear (backing vocal); Kathi McDonald (backing vocal)
[J]
Can't Trust Your Neighbor
Feb. 2-4, 1972
Freddie King (vocal, guitar); Leon Russell (piano); Donald "Duck" Dunn (bass); Al Jackson (drums)
[J]
You Was Wrong
Feb. 2-4, 1972
Freddie King (vocal, guitar); Leon Russell (piano); Don Preston (guitar); Donald "Duck" Dunn (bass); Al Jackson (drums)
[J]
Love Her With A Feeling
Feb. 2-4, 1972
Freddie King (vocal, guitar); Leon Russell (piano); Don Preston (guitar); Donald "Duck" Dunn (bass); Al Jackson (drums)
[J]
Ain't No Sunshine
Feb. 2-4, 1972
Freddie King (vocal, guitar); Leon Russell (piano, slide guitar); Don Preston (guitar); Donald "Duck" Dunn (bass); Al Jackson (drums)
[J]
The Sky Is Crying
Feb. 2-4, 1972
Freddie King (vocal, guitar); Leon Russell (piano, slide guitar); Don Preston (guitar); Donald "Duck" Dunn (bass); Al Jackson (drums)
[J]
How Many More Years
Feb. 2-4, 1972
Freddie King (vocal, guitar); Leon Russell (piano); Don Preston (guitar); Donald "Duck" Dunn (bass); Al Jackson (drums)
[J]
Hide Away
Feb. 9, 1972
Freddie King (guitar); unknown remainder
[J]
Lowdown In Lodi
Feb. 26/27, 1972
Freddie King (vocal, guitar); Leon Russell (piano, slide guitar); Carl Radle (bass); Chuck Blackwell or Jim Gordon (drums)
[J]
I'd Rather Be Blind
Feb. 1972
Freddie King (vocal, guitar); Leon Russell (piano); Don Preston (guitar); John Gallie (organ); Carl Radle (bass); Chuck Blackwell or Jim Gordon (drums)
[J]
Me And My Guitar
Feb. 26/27, 1972
Freddie King (vocal, guitar); Leon Russell (piano); John Gallie (organ); Carl Radle (bass); Chuck Blackwell or Jim Gordon (drums)
[J]
Reconsider Baby
Feb. 26/27, 1972
Freddie King (vocal, guitar); Leon Russell (piano); John Gallie (organ); Carl Radle (bass); Chuck Blackwell or Jim Gordon (drums)
[J]
Big Legged Woman
Feb. 26/27, 1972
Freddie King (vocal, guitar); Leon Russell (piano); Carl Radle (bass); Chuck Blackwell or Jim Gordon (drums)
[J]
Something You Got
Feb. 1972
Freddie King (vocal, guitar); unknown remainder
[J]
Ain't No Big Deal On You
Feb. 1972
Freddie King (vocal, guitar); unknown remainder
[J]
I Just Want To Make Love To You
Feb. 1972
Freddie King (vocal, guitar); unknown remainder
[J]
It Hurts Me Too
Nov. 21, 1972
Freddie King (vocal, guitar); unknown remainder
[J]
Boogie Fuck
Dec. 1, 1972
Freddie King (guitar); unknown remainder
[J]
Woman Across The River
Tia Juana OK, March 1973
Freddie King (vocal, guitar); Leon Russell (piano); Don Preston (guitar); Carl Radle (bass); Chuck Blackwell or Jim Keltner (drums)
[J]
Hoochie Coochie Man
Tia Juana OK, March 1973
Freddie King (vocal, guitar); Leon Russell (piano); Rev. Patrick Henderson (organ); Don Preston (guitar); Carl Radle (bass); Chuck Blackwell or Jim Keltner (drums)
[J]
Danger Zone
Tia Juana OK, March 1973
Freddie King (vocal, guitar); Leon Russell (piano); Don Preston (guitar); Carl Radle (bass); Chuck Blackwell or Jim Keltner (drums)
[J]
Boogie Man
Tia Juana OK, March 1973
Freddie King (vocal, guitar); Leon Russell (piano); Don Preston (guitar); Carl Radle (bass); Chuck Blackwell or Jim Keltner (drums)
[J]
Leave My Woman Alone
Tia Juana OK, March 1973
Freddie King (vocal, guitar); Leon Russell (piano); Don Preston (guitar); Carl Radle (bass); Chuck Blackwell or Jim Keltner (drums); The O'Niell Twins (backing vocal)
[J]
Just A Little Bit
Tia Juana OK, March 1973
Freddie King (vocal, guitar); Leon Russell (piano); Don Preston (guitar); Carl Radle (bass); Chuck Blackwell or Jim Keltner (drums)
[J]
Yonder Wall
Tia Juana OK, March 1973
Freddie King (vocal, guitar); Leon Russell (piano); Don Preston (guitar); Carl Radle (bass); Chuck Blackwell or Jim Keltner (drums)
[J]
Help Me Through The Day
Tia Juana OK, March 1973
Freddie King (vocal, guitar); Leon Russell (piano); Don Preston (guitar); Carl Radle (bass); Chuck Blackwell or Jim Keltner (drums)
[J]
I'm Ready
Tia Juana OK, March 1973
Freddie King (vocal, guitar); Leon Russell (piano); Don Preston (guitar); Carl Radle (bass); Chuck Blackwell or Jim Keltner (drums)
[J]
Trouble In Mind
Tia Juana OK, March 1973
Freddie King (vocal, guitar); Leon Russell (piano); Don Preston (guitar); Carl Radle (bass); The O'Neal Twins (backing vocals)
[J]
You Don't Have To Go
Tia Juana OK, March 1973
Freddie King (vocal, guitar); Leon Russell (piano); Don Preston (guitar); Carl Radle (bass); Chuck Blackwell or Jim Keltner (drums); The O'Neal Twins (backing vocals)
[J]

外部リンク

2 Songs by Freddie King

YouTube動画。「Hide Away」と「I Love That Woman」の2曲。Stefan Grossman's Guitar Workshop が DVD "Freddie King: The!!!!!Beat"(『伝説のテレビ映像『ザ・ビート』1966』のタイトルで国内盤も出ている)のサンプルとして配信しているもの。

Freddie King performs "Have You Ever Loved A Woman?"

YouTube動画。Stefan Grossman's Guitar Workshop が DVD "Freddie King: Live at the Sugarbowl, Sept. 22nd, 1972"(『壮絶ライヴ!1972』のタイトルで国内盤も出ている)のサンプルとして配信しているもの。

Freddie King plays "Big Legged Woman"

YouTube動画。Stefan Grossman's Guitar Workshop が DVD "Freddie King: Dallas, Texas, January 20th, 1973"(『ビッグ・レッグド・ウーマン~ライヴ・イン・テキサス1973』のタイトルで国内盤も出ている)のサンプルとして配信しているもの。

Freddie King - Let the Good Times Roll - Excerpt

映像作家 Ric Sternberg 氏が YouTube で配信している動画。フレディ・キングが刑務所を慰問、「Sweet Home Chicago」「Let The Good Times Roll」を歌う。