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Playlist of Freddie King

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  • Freddie King - Have You Ever Loved A Woman

    12:09

    Freddie King - Have You Ever Loved A Woman

    From The Dvd Live In Europe

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  • Freddie King - Aint No Sunshine

    7:42

    Freddie King - Ain't No Sunshine

    From The Dvd Live In Europe

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  • Freddie King - Sweet Home Chicago

    6:40

    Freddie King - Sweet Home Chicago

    From The Dvd Live In Europe

  • Freddie King - Big Legged Woman

    5:13

    Freddie King - Big Legged Woman

    From The Dvd Live In Europe

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  • Freddie King - Have You Ever Loved A Woman

    3:47

    Music video by Freddie King performing Have You Ever Loved A Woman.

  • Same Old Blues

    4:00

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    Same Old Blues · Freddie King

    Getting Ready... (World)

    ℗ A Shelter Recording Company Release; ℗ 1971 Capitol Records, LLC

    Released on: 1996-01-01

    Composer: Don Nix

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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  • Freddie King - Hide Away

    2:34

    Music video by Freddie King performing Hide Away.

  • Im Tore Down

    4:14

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    I'm Tore Down · Freddie King

    Getting Ready... (World)

    ℗ 1971 Shelter Recording Company Inc

    Released on: 1996-01-01

    Associated Performer, Vocals: Freddie King
    Composer Lyricist: Maceo Merriweather

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Freddie King - San-Ho-Zay

    2:41

    Music video by Freddie King performing San-Ho-Zay.

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  • Freddie King

    2:56

    Provided to YouTube by Sony Music Entertainment

    Freddie King · JAF

    Me Voy Para El Sur

    ℗ 1992 BMG Ariola Argentina S.A.

    Released on: 1992-07-15

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Freddie King - The Things That I Used To Do - Live In London.mpg

    5:54

    The Things That I Used To Do. Recorded in London in 1975 on the BBC's Old Grey Whistle Test. A real showman & a gentle giant of a man.
    Freddie was a great influence on Eric Clapton and many others who have followed Clapton.
    Freddie was born in Texas in 1934. His family moved to Chicago in 1950. In 1962 he moved to Dallas. He died December 28, 1976 - not long after th is was recorded. He was survived by his wife Jessie and seven children. He was only 42 year's old. Another to die young. Buy his CD's - try Hideaway or King of the Blues. There are many, many CD's & DVD's available on Amazon: Visit his web-site : Keep the Blues Alive!

  • Eric Clapton

    15:06

    Eric Clapton with Freddie King
    Roosevelt Stadium, Jersey City, New Jersey, US.
    July 07, 1974

    Eric Clapton: Guitar
    Freddy King: Guitar
    George Terry: Guitar
    Dick Sims: Keyboards
    Jamie Oldaker: Drums
    Carl Radle: Bass

    Have You Ever Loved a Woman is a blues song written by Billy Myles and first recorded by American blues artist Freddie King in 1960. The song is performed as a slow blues with King's vocal and guitar accompanied by a small combo of pianist Sonny Thompson, bassist Bill Willis, and drummer Phillip Paul.

    When it was released by Federal Records in 1961, only the B-side to King's single, You've Got to Love Her with a Feeling reached the Billboard Hot 100 pop chart. The song was included on King's first album, Freddy King Sings, also issued by Federal in 1961.

    English guitarist-singer Eric Clapton subsequently recorded several versions of Have You Ever Loved a Woman: the first was a live rendition in November 1965 when he was a member of John Mayall & the Bluesbreakers; then a studio version with his band Derek and the Dominos for their 1970 album Layla and Other Assorted Love Songs; later on, live recordings of the song appear on his albums E. C. Was Here, Just One Night (as a medley with Ramblin' on My Mind), 24 Nights, Live In Hyde Park, One More Car, One More Rider and Crossroads Guitar Festival 2004.

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  • Freddy Freddie King Very Best Of Freddy King Vol 1 FULL ALBUM

    1:8:31

    I do not have the rights of the songs, nor the claim ..
    Just love blues...db..(track list on vid..) enjoy ...

  • 002_Freddie King - Aint Nobodys Business .mp4

    8:08

  • Freddie King - Same Old Blues

    3:58

  • Freddie King Live in Europe 1973 & 1974

    1:7:13

  • Freddie King performs Have You Ever Loved A Woman?

    8:14

    Texas blues legend Freddie King performs Have You Ever Loved A Woman? From the DVD Freddie King: Live at the Sugarbowl, Sept. 22nd, 1972. More info at

  • Freddie King - Goin Down

    3:53

  • Freddie King - Texas Cannonball - 1972 - Full Album

    1:13:17

    Freddie King - Texas Cannonball - 1972 - Full Album

    01 - Lowdown In Lodi ( 0:00 )
    02 - Reconsider Baby ( 3:08 )
    03 - Big Legend Woman ( 7:08 )
    04 - Me And My Guitar ( 11:08 )
    05 - I'd Rather Be Blind ( 15:14 )
    06 - Can't Trust Your Neighbour ( 19:00 )
    07 - You Was Wrong ( 22:57 )
    08 - Ain't No Sunshine ( 26:46 )
    09 - The Sky Is Crying ( 30:06 )
    10 - Love Her With A Feeling ( 33:32 )
    11 - Somebody's Got To Do ( 38:37 )
    12 - Pulpwood ( Instrumental ) ( 44:35 )
    13 - That's All Right ( 51:47 )
    14 - The Same Thing ( 56:30 )
    15 - Tore Down ( 1:02:27 )
    16 - Dust My Broom ( 1:09:06 )

  • Freddie King - It Hurts Me Too

    5:33

    Recording November 1972 - Beautifull, unreleased.

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  • FREDDIE KING - blues band shuffle

    5:40

    Freddie King Live in Europe, Opopoppa, Stockholm, Sweden, July 4, 1973.
    Freddie King (September 3, 1934 – December 28, 1976) was an American blues guitarist and singer. He is often mentioned as one of the Three Kings of electric blues guitar along with Albert King and B.B. King. Freddie King based his guitar style on Texas and Chicago influences and was one of the first bluesmen to have a multi-racial backing band at live performances. He is best known for singles such as Have You Ever Loved a Woman (1960) and his Top 40 hit Hide Away (1961). He is also known for albums such as the early, instrumental-packed Let's Hide Away and Dance Away with Freddy King (1961) and the later album Burglar (1974), which displayed King's mature versatility as both player and singer in a range of blues and funk styles. King became an influential guitarist with hits for Federal Records in the early 1960s. His soulful and powerful voice and distinctive guitar style inspired countless musicians, particularly guitarists (Eric Clapton being a notable example of a guitar legend who idolized King). He was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2012.

  • Freddie King - I Love The Woman

    4:38

    Music video by Freddie King performing I Love The Woman.

  • Freddie King - Please Accept My Love

    4:40

    Live at Bataclan Club. Paris, France. 1973

  • Freddie King - Please send me someone to love

    3:51

    Lyrics: Heaven please send to all mankind,
    Understanding and peace of mind.
    But, if it's not asking too much
    Please send me someone to love.

    Show all the world how to get along,
    Peace will enter when hate is gone.
    But, if it's not asking too much,
    Please send me someone to love.

    I lay awake night and ponder world troubles.
    My answer is always the same.
    That unless men put an end to all of this,
    Hate will put the world in a flame, (oh) what a shame.

    Just because I'm in misery.
    I'm not begging for no sympathy.
    But if it's not asking too much,
    Just send me someone to love.

    Heaven please send to all mankind,
    Understanding and peace of mind.
    But if it's not asking too much,
    Please send me someone to love.

  • Freddie King - Its Your Move

    3:36

    From the album Larger Than Life released in 1975.

    Freddie King(Guitar, Vocals), Andrew Jr. Boy Jones, Bob Tench, Wah Wah Watson(Guitar), Pete Wingfield(Keyboards), Alvin Hemphill(Organ), Louis Stevens, Sony Burke(Piano), Roy Davies, Sony Burke(Clavinet), Benny Turner, DeLisle Harper, Henry Davies, Robert G Wilson(Bass), Big John Thomassie, James Gadston, Steve Farrone(Drums), Mike Vernon, Sam Clayton(Percussion), Darrell Leonard, John Thomas, Ron Carthy(Trumpet), David Fathead Newman, Jerry Jumonville, Mick Eves(Tenor Sax), Jerry Jumonville(Alto Sax), Bud Beadle(Bari Sax)

  • Freddie King - Hideaway - excellent version

    4:48

    Hideaway en un a versión mas completa.

  • Freddy King - Hide Away - 1961 45rpm

    2:40

    Classic electric blues from the Texan guitarist. (Also known as 'Hideaway', and he's also known as Freddie!). Eric Clapton quoted that this recording made him want to take up the guitar

  • Freddie King - Lets Hide Away and Dance Away With Freddie King

    33:45

    Instrumental album by Freddie King. One of the best blues albums of all time.

    Hideway 00:00
    Butterscotch 02:43
    Sen-Sa-Shun 05:47
    Side Tracked 08:41
    The Stumble 11:48
    Wash Out 15:02
    San Ho Zay 17:40
    Just Pickin 20:20
    Heads Up 22:53
    In The Open 25:26
    Out Front 28:37
    Swooshy 31:17

  • Freddie King - Funny Bone

    4:05

    Music video by Freddie King performing Funny Bone.

  • Freddie King - Let Me Down Easy

    3:04

    With James Booker on piano

  • Freddie King - Wash Out

    2:35

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  • Freddie King Help Me Through The Day

    4:26

    Freddie King

    Help me thorugh the day
    Help me throught the night
    Darling your sweet loving
    Will make everything alright

    Help me throught tomorrow
    When stormy weather comes
    And make me realize
    That you my woman

    I can see so much pain
    Deep inside your eyes
    I know someone has hurt you
    Some man has made you cry
    Baby don't confuse me
    Just try to understand
    And make me realize
    That you my woman

    Help me thorugh the day
    Help me throught the night
    Your sweet loving
    Will make everything alright

    Help me throught tomorrow
    When stormy weather comes, lord
    And make me realize
    That you my woman
    That you my woman
    That you my woman
    That you my woman

  • Freddie King 1966

    3:49

    Freddie King of the Strings!

  • Freddie King

    5:02

    WOW!!!

  • Freddie King Lick

    5:58

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    Marty Schwartz teaches you how to breaks down Freddie King style Pentatonic Scales and make them sound

    Today Marty Schwartz teaches you an awesome Freddie King Lick.

  • FREDDIE KING - Blues Band Shuffle

    5:47

    “Blues Band Shuffle”, del mal logrado bluesman, FREDDIE KING. Guitarrista y cantante de blues, afincado desde 1950 en Chicago, donde unió su forma de tocar la guitarra los estilos blues de Texas, más rural, y de Chicago, eléctrico y urbano. Sus primeras grabaciones las realizó como músico de sesión de los sellos ‘Chess’ y ‘Parrott’. Sus propios discos comenzaron a editarse en 1957. Aunque hoy es un músico bastante olvidado, fue una de las influencias de referencia de los músicos británicos de los años sesenta adscritos al rhythm and blues, como Eric Clapton o Mick Taylor. Freddie King murió de un fallo cardíaco el 28 de diciembre de 1976, a la edad de 42 años.
    El video esta extraído del DVD y doble álbum “Freddie King Live in Europe 1973 & 1974”, concretamente, “Blues Band Shuffle”, fue grabado el 19 de diciembre de 1974 en el Fun House de Estocolmo.

  • Incruste au Nancy Jazz Pulsations #3: LITTLE FREDDIE KING

    8:55

    Dans le cadre du festival Nancy Jazz Pulsations édition 2013, What Comes Around Goes Around se tape l'incruste partout dans la ville de Nancy. Les yeux dans les yeux, de vrais concerts, avec un vrai volume sonore et de vrais artistes.

    La petite histoire : la Porte de la Craffe, construite au XIVème siècle, était l'unique entrée située au Nord de la ville-vieille de Nancy. Lors de la création des bastions, au XVIème siècle, à l'extérieur de la première enceinte fut ajoutée une seconde porte dite « Notre-Dame » reliée par un tunnel à la précédente. C'est dans ce tunnel que nous avons donné rendez-vous au grand Little Freddie King pour un concert sauvage en toute simplicité.

    Un grand merci à notre partenaire Ôlavach'.



  • Pumphouse Sessions - Little Freddie King @pickathon

    4:10

    Pumphouse Series - Season 1 - Episode 2
    Little Freddie King - What'd I Say - Pickathon 2015

    Vox presents a bluesy performance by Little Freddie King in this episode of the Pickathon Pumphouse Series. Filmed in the Pumphouse at Pickathon ( July 31, 2015.

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    Filmed at Pickathon ( by Live & Breathing (liveandbreathing.com). August 1, 2015.

    Artist: Little Freddie King
    Song: What I Say

    Producer: Nick Corrigan
    Executive Producer: Justin Glanville, Zale Schoenborn
    Associate Producer: Terry Groves, Ryan Stiles
    Production Manager: Destiny Smith
    Associate Distribution Producer: Ned Failing, David Gluck, Vanessa Pham
    Legal: Vincent Sliwoski, Harris Moure, PLLC
    Editor: Ranjit Singh
    Director of Photography: Ranjit Singh
    Camera Crew: Ben Cerezo, Ranjit Singh, Marie Sullivan, Travis Widner, Dusty Williams
    Senior Audio Engineer: Nick Corrigan
    Assistant Audio Engineers: Philippe Bronchtein, Will Correll

    Photo by Briana Cerezo

  • Freddie King - Keys to The Highway LIVE

    4:16

    I first heard this great singer and guitarist thanks to Japanese television. The year was 1969, I was stationed in Tokyo assigned to the Far East Network ( Armed Forces Radio) as a DJ and Sports reporter. The US had long ago returned all the TV broadcast channels to Japan and there was no TV. Sumo was pretty cool, even without understanding much of what was being said. Then, one Saturday afternoon on came this show from Dallas or Houston, with Freddie King and it was awesome, especially as Clapton was so huge and of course he loved King's playing.

    I had albums done by all three of the blues masters named King, Albert, B.B. and Freddie, but if I had to pick a favorite it would be the man from Dallas, Freddie King.

    If anyone knows who the guys in the band are, please let me know. I've scoured the internet and come up with zip. My favorite Freddie King album is the first one he did for Shelter Records: Getting Ready

  • Freddie King - How to play “Same Old Blues” Guitar Solo

    2:07

    [incl TAB & SLOW]

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  • Palace Of The King - Freddie King Bass Cover

    3:38

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  • Thats Alright - Jimmy Rogers/Freddie King cover

    3:07

    2015 cover of this tune on my RainSong Shorty.

    how I play this song:

  • Freddie King - Side Tracked - Guitar Lesson

    7:59

    Guitar lesson on the song Side Tracked as played by Freddie King. This lesson covers the intro and main riff.

  • Freddie King - I Wonder Why - Atlantic Blues

    3:19

    compare to Lillian Offitt w Earl Hooker

  • FREDDIE KING - PALACE OF THE KING

    3:39

    Freddie King (GETTING READY...)
    (Leon Russell-Don Nix-Donald Dunn)

    ---PALACE OF THE KING
    I was born down in Dallas
    raised up the city of the wind
    Yeah, I could spend a month of sundays
    talking about the place I've been

    Yeah, I played the Blues in England to the
    company of the Queen she really dug my style,
    but it was not my thing
    I'm going back to Dallas to live in the Palace
    of the king

    Yeah, they wanted me in Russia, but Moscow
    was much too cold
    Yeah, I went to play down in Denmark, but
    the woman was much too old

    Yeah, I'm gonna tell you something funny
    I can't find a Jimmy's pizza for any price
    I'd pay
    I'm going back to Dallas to live in the Palace
    of the king
    I'm living in the Palace of the king


    I can make a smile every note I play
    I can make you happy,
    I play the blues, my babe
    I'm going back to Dallas to live in the Palace
    of the king
    I'm living in the Palace of the king


    I'm been around the world, I have many things
    Nothing can make me feel such fun,
    but the blues I sing
    I'm going back to Dallas to live in the Palace
    of the king
    I'm living in the Palace of the king...

  • Blues Guitar Lesson Stevie Ray Vaughan & Freddie King Minor Pentatonic Guitar Bends

    7:40

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  • TOBY LEE Aged 10 - Freddie King - Big Legged Woman!

    4:22

  • Freddie King - I Got The Same Old Blues

    3:24

    From the album Burglar. Released in 1974.

  • John McVey ~ Freddie King Goes Surfing

    6:08

    John McVey - the toughest guitar player in Texas - RealBlues Magazine
    This is a live version of Freddie King Goes Surfing recorded by Artists International Media after John had completed tracking for the Meet Me in Houston CD. Watch how he ends the set! John McVey at the Altamont in Asheville NC after Meet Me in Houston recording sessions. With legendary drummer Frosty Smith, Detroit's James Cloyd Jr on bass and musical wizard Aaron Price on the Hammond and piano.

  • SOMEDAY AFTER AWHILE - RUSTY WRIGHT BAND, covering Freddie King

    9:41

    Live from Northville Michigan Friday Summer Night Concert Series, filmed in HD. June 14 2013. Rusty Wright Band.

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