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Freddie King: Going Down At Onkel Po's

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The man with the killer guitar face, Freddie King nicknamed “The Texas Cannonball,” for his imposing build, unique guitar attack and incendiary live shows.

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DISC ONE

  1. Introduction
  2. Big Leg Woman
  3. The Moon Is Rising
  4. Woman Across The River
  5. Boogie Funk
  6. 56th And Wichita
  7. Feelin’ Alright
  8. Mojo Boogie
  9. Have You Ever Loved A Woman
  10. Rock Me Baby
  11. Something You Got
  12. Messin’ With The Kid

DISC TWO

  1. Sweet Home Chicago
  2. You’re The One
  3. Woke Up This Morning
  4. Ain’t Nobody’s Business
  5. Kings Thing
  6. Going Down
  7. The Things That I Used To Do
  8. Let The Good Times Roll
  9. Stormy Monday

Recorded live at Onkel Po’s Carnegie Hall, Hamburg, Germany on October 19, 1975

The man with the killer guitar face, Freddie King nicknamed “The Texas Cannonball,” for his imposing build, unique guitar attack and incendiary live shows.

We search the murky back waters for gems and this is one! There are times you hear that electric lead-guitar style, with the bent notes - The Freddie vibe! You’re not imagining things… Freddie was that good!

Eric Clapton shared his love of King with fellow British guitar heroes Peter Green, Jeff Beck and Mick Taylor, all of whom were profoundly influenced by Freddie King. He was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2012.