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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 Live in Europe 1973 & 1974

    1:7:13

  • Freddie King - Hide Away

    2:34

    Music video by Freddie King performing Hide Away.

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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 ...

  • 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

    5:02

    WOW!!!

  • 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 - Same Old Blues

    3:58

  • 002_Freddie King - Aint Nobodys Business .mp4

    8:08

  • Same Old Blues - Freddie King

    4:11

  • Freddie King - Im Torn Down

    2:39

    Music video by Freddie King performing I'm Torn Down.

  • Freddie King - Little Bluebird

    7:29

    From the CD Texas Flyer.

  • Freddie King - Please Accept My Love

    4:40

    Live at Bataclan Club. Paris, France. 1973

  • Gibson Custom Freddie King ES-345 Semi-Hollow Body Electric Guitar - Sixties Cherry

    3:24

    For more info:

    This guitar was played out of the box with factory strings, no additional set-up and no audio post production. The track was finished without any kind of EQ or compression.

    Serial# 097OF200, Weight: 8.31 lbs. / 3.77 Kg.

    Signal chain used on this guitar:

    Cables: Mogami

    Pedals: Xotic Effects BB Preamp Overdrive → → JHS Pedals Angry Charlie Channel Drive JCM800 Tones → → MXR M169 Carbon Copy Analog Delay → → Boss DD-7 Digital Delay

    Amp: Fender Vintage Reissue '65 Deluxe Reverb Guitar Combo Amp

    Mics: Shure SM57 & Neumann U87Ai

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    Recorded at Musician’s Friend in March 2017.

  • Freddie King - Goin Down

    3:53

  • 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!

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  • 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: Ain`t No Sunshine When She`s Gone.

    5:10

    Not possible!

  • Freddie King & Gatemouth Brown - Funky Mama

    1:28

    Music video by Freddie King & Gatemouth Brown performing Funky Mama.

  • Freddie King - Ghetto Woman - Stockholm 1974

    4:21

    Long Life to blues / kobusu.com/longlifetoblues

  • Freddie King - San-Ho-Zay

    2:41

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

  • Freddie King - Funny Bone

    4:05

    Music video by Freddie King performing Funny Bone.

  • 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...

  • Freddie King - I Love The Woman

    4:38

    Music video by Freddie King performing I Love The Woman.

  • 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

  • British guitarist analyses the LEGENDARY Freddie King in 1973!

    16:19

    Tonight I'm taking a look at one of the 3 kings! It's Freddie!
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  • Albert King & Stevie Ray Vaughan - Blues Jam Session

    1:25:09

    -- Hail To The Blues Jam & Suck My Guitar! --
    Albert King & Stevie Ray Vaughan - in Blues Jam Session
    December 6, 1983. Hamilton, Ontario Canada.

  • Freddie King - Woke Up This Morning - Live in 1975

    4:50

    Freddie King plays 'Woke Up This Morning' in 1975.

  • Freddie King Live France 1973

    27:17

    Freddie King en Francia (1973)
    Personal:
    FREDDIE KING: Guitarra y voz
    BENNY TURNER: Bajo
    DEACON JONES: Hammond Organ
    DAVID MAXWELL:Piano
    LOUIS MAYERS: Baterìa

  • Freddie King - Boogie Bump

    6:01

    Freddie King (September 3, 1934 – December 28, 1976) was an American blues guitarist and singer. He has been described as one of the Three Kings of electric blues guitar, along with Albert King and B.B. King. He was 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 is a notable example). He was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2012.

    King based his guitar style on Texas blues and Chicago blues influences. His best-known recordings include the singles Have You Ever Loved a Woman (1960) and his Top 40 hit Hide Away (1961) and albums such as the early, instrumental-packed Let's Hide Away and Dance Away with Freddy King (1961) and Burglar (1974), which displayed his mature versatility as both a guitarist and a singer in a range of blues and funk styles. He was one of the first bluesmen to have a multiracial backing band at live performances.

  • Freddie King Blues Licks on Guitar | Reverb Learn to Play

    7:18

    Freddie King: one of the Three Kings of the Blues (B.B. King/Albert King). The Texan bluesman stood out with his aggressive style that proved a huge influence on legendary guitarists like Clapton and Page. Today, Jeff Massey is breaking down a couple famous Freddie King licks so you can try it on for size at your next gig.

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  • Freddie King - It Hurts Me Too

    5:33

    Recording November 1972 - Beautifull, unreleased.

  • Freddie King - Un Roi au Bataclan!

    5:20

    Live in Paris. 1973. Whole Lot Of Lovin'!!!
    Deacon Jones (Hammond Organ), David Maxuell (Piano), Louis Mayes (drums), Benny Turner (bass)

  • Freddie King - CC Rider

    3:09

    Music video by Freddie King performing CC Rider.

  • Freddie King Youve Got To Love Her With Feeling

    3:15

  • 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 - Hideaway - excellent version

    4:48

    Hideaway en un a versión mas completa.

  • Freddie King - Sugar Sweet

    2:53

    Freddie King's Performance of Muddy Waters Classic - Sugar Sweet

  • Joe Bonamassa, Dusty Hill, Derek Trucks and Billy Gibbons Induction Freddie King HD

    5:25

    Joe Bonamassa, Billy Gibbons, Derek Trucks and Dusty Hill live at the Rock Hall Of Fame induction of Freddie King 2012 playing Going Down.
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  • Freddie King - Heads Up

    2:31

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  • Freddie King - Wash Out

    2:35

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  • Freddie King - Let the Good Times Roll - Excerpt

    9:48

    This is an excerpt from a 13.5 minute piece I produced, shot and edited in 1976, sadly, not too long before Freddie's untimely demise. Here's the story: Freddie was in Austin to play at the Armadillo World Headquarters. Richard Halpin (who, at the time, had an organization called the Jail Arts & Education Project) got Freddie and his half-brother Bennie to play for the inmates at the Travis Co. Jail. The prisoners loved it. So did the musicians. I shot it with help from William McLellan & Linda Evans. It was shot with a single tube camera and recorded on a 1/2 reel-reel portapack. It is funky old video but a record of a terrific performance and selfless act by the late great artist, Freddie King.

  • Arito Rodriguez HIDEAWAY

    2:42

    Hideaway Es una cancion de Freddie King elemental para conocer y desarrollar las tecnicas y rudimentos basicos de la guitarra en el Blues

  • Freddie King - I Got The Same Old Blues

    3:24

    From the album Burglar. Released in 1974.

  • Freddie King - Hideaway on 1953 Les Paul Gold Top

    1:31

    Ry Bradley plays the hit instrumental on the same model and era guitar that Freddie King recorded it on. Recorded in studio in Muscle Shoals Alabama.

  • Blues Guitar Lesson For Hide Away by Freddie King

    14:44

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    Hey guys Marty here from Marty Music again! I thought I'd teach a classic blues tune today so here's Hide Away know mostly to me as a Freddie King tune. Notice the use of Major sounds in the licks, nice stuff to add to your bag o' tricks! Take care and thanks again for supporting MartyMusic

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