Dust My Broom - Freddie King - Key To The Highway (CD)

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  1. The first of Freddie King's three albums for Leon Russell's Shelter label set the tone for his work for the company: competent electric blues with a prominent rock/soul influence. King sings and plays well, but neither the sidemen nor the material challenge him to scale significant heights. Part of the problem is that King himself wrote none of the songs, which are divided between Chicago.
  2. 4. Dust My Broom 5. Interview 6. Big Leg Woman (With a Short Short Mini Skirt) 7. Woman Across the River 8. Key to the Highway 9. Let the Good Times Roll Ain't Nobody's Business Sweet Home Chicago Dust My Broom Hide Away Medley Interview.
  3. Dust My Broom (Solo Acoustic) Written-By – E. James* 5: Interview: 6: Big Legged Woman Written-By – Unknown Artist: 7: Woman Across The River Written-By – A. Jones*, B. Krutcher* 8: Key To The Highway Written-By – B. Broonzy*, C. Segan* 9: Let The Good Times Roll Written-By – E. King* Ain't.
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  5. Freddie King was the ultimate modern day blues pioneer and an acknowledged guitar legend. Due in large part to the British blues revival, he was eventually signed to Shelter Records, where his career was revived on the strength of 3 great albums that garnered mainstream exposure - this is one of them. Key tracks: "Dust My Broom," "Worried Life Blues," "Going Down" and much more.
  6. Produced in part by Mike Vernon, who worked on The Legendary Christine Perfect Album, this is an entertaining and concise package of ten songs performed by the late Freddie King and a slew of guests. Opening with Gonzalez Chandler's Pack Price: $
  7. Track List That's All Right - Freddie King, Rogers, Jimmy Interview - Freddie King Dust My Broom - Freddie King, James, Elmore Big Leg Woman (With a Short Short Mini Skirt) - Freddie King, Reed, Jimmy [1] Woman Across the River - Freddie King, Jones, a. JR Key to the Highway - Freddie King, Broonzy, Big Bill Let the Good Times Roll - Freddie King, King, Earl Ain't Nobody's Business - Freddie.
  8. Freddie King - Taking Care of Business Album Lyrics; 1. Ain't No Big Deal on You: 2. Ain't No Sunshine: 3. Big Legged Woman: 4. Can't Trust Your Neighbor: 5. Country Boy: 6. Dust My Broom: 7. Dust My Broom (live) 8. Get Out of My Life Woman: 9. Going Down: Have You Ever Loved a Woman: Help Me Through the Day: Hide Away: Hideaway.
  9. Russell had a deep appreciation of King's music and knew how to combine traditional material with contemporary arrangements. It showed that Freddie's talents were still intact on a set of standard blues that included "Dust My Broom", and "Key To The Highway". The diamond however is "Going Down", with the world's greatest descending riff/5(9).

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