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Albert Collins - Truckin With Albert Collins (Cassette, Album)

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  1. Truckin' with Albert Collins, a mostly instrumental collection of recordings from the early '60s (originally released as The Cool Sound of Albert Collins in ) is an early example of that icy-smooth playing, unhindered by vocals (the one exception is the slow blues "Dyin' Flu"). Take a gander at the titles, for starters: "Frosty," "Frostbite /5(27).
  2. While recording a plethora of singles on cool blues labels like Kangaroo, Tracie and Hall-Way from to , TCF Records released Albert s first album The Cool Sounds Of Albert Collins a/k/a Truckin With Albert Collins from a bunch of these wonderful single sessions. The album quickly faded into obscurity until a chance meeting with Canned /5(31).
  3. Truckin' with Albert Collins, a mostly instrumental collection of recordings from the early '60s (originally released as The Cool Sound of Albert Collins in ) is an early example of that icy-smooth playing, unhindered by vocals (the one exception is the slow blues "Dyin' Flu"). Take a gander at the titles, for starters: "Frosty," "Frostbite /5(18).
  4. Texan Albert Collins was absolutely one of all-time most prolific pioneers of the American blues, recording his first 45’s in the early sixties and rapidly becoming one of the most in demand bluesmen of his era. While recording a plethora of singles on cool blues labels like Kangaroo, Tracie and Hall-Way from to , TCF Records released Albert’s first album The Cool Sounds Of Albert.
  5. The fact that Albert Collins' usually had a horn section helps to explain his single note approach and attack style, as well as the tuning & capo position. Fortunately, it's not necessary to capo up and tune that way to develop some Albert Collins feel and lick vocabulary. It's all about the groove and the feeling, not some Michael Hedges.
  6. Truckin' With Albert Collins: Albert Collins: 1: Cold Snap: Albert Collins: 1: Love Can Be Found Anywhere (Even in a Guitar) / Trash Talkin' The Iceman Cometh: Albert Collins: 1 — Frostbite & Don't Lose Your Cool: Albert Collins: 1: Album + Compilation. Year Title Artist Rating Releases; The Complete Imperial.
  7. Truckin' with Albert Collins - Audio Cassette () for $ from mezishakarhuginisdaikasa.xyzinfo Blues - Order by Phone /5(6).
  8. Aug 15,  · Truckin' With Albert Collins - Recorded in Houston, Texas, '63 Released in Originally released as "The Cool Sound Of Albert Collins".
  9. Biography. 3 October , Leona, Texas, USA, d. 24 November , Las Vegas, Nevada, USA. Collins was the embodiment of the Texas blues guitar style, using non-standard tuning, and slashing out blocked chords and sharp flurries of treble notes (played without a plectrum) to produce an ‘ice-cold’ sound from his Fender Telecaster.

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