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Live At the Electric Ballroom, 1974


Download links and information about Live At the Electric Ballroom, 1974 by Freddie King. This album was released in 1996 and it belongs to Blues genres. It contains 14 tracks with total duration of 01:08:29 minutes.

Artist: Freddie King
Release date: 1996
Genre: Blues
Tracks: 14
Duration: 01:08:29
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No. Title Length
1. Introduction 0:08
2. That's Alright 2:49
3. Interview 0:45
4. Dust My Room 2:31
5. Interview 0:16
6. Big Legged Woman 5:11
7. Woman Across the River 4:32
8. Key to the Highway 5:34
9. Let the Good Times Roll 8:00
10. Ain't Nobody's Business 8:23
11. Sweet Home Chicago 11:33
12. Dust My Broom 7:01
13. Hide Away Medley 6:43
14. Interview 5:03



This Atlanta concert wasn't issued in recorded form for two decades. Archival releases of this sort tend to be for collectors only, but this is a cut above the standard. The sound is very good, the band is pretty tight, and Freddie King solos with fire and sings with conviction, sticking mostly to covers of warhorses like "Dust My Broom," "Key to the Highway," and "Sweet Home Chicago." It's a better deal, in fact, than his studio albums for Shelter in the early '70s, boasting a no-frills small-combo approach that is far more suitable. As a neat bonus, it also contains two solo acoustic performances recorded at a Dallas radio station in the 1970s.