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Playlist of Little Jimmy King

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    Little Jimmy King - Angel of Mercy REMASTERED AUDIO

    9:59


    For Manny.
    We remastered the audio to bring it up to date.
    This was filmed in 1993

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    Little Jimmy King 1999

    20:22

    Little Jimmy King promotional video from 1999 produced by LC. Shot at BB Kings Blues Club, Memphis TN

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    Eric Gales and Little Timmy King play the Blues 2013 in Memphis

    16:29

    From the February 8, 2013 Concert in Memphis at Newby's Eric's older brother Danuel joins Eric and Orlando Thomson on Bass and Nick Hayes on drums. This is the first time playing the guitar on stage for Little Jimmy King's twin brother Danue Gales AKA Little TIMMY King. We had to just show both angles laid on top of the other. What a moment.

    More footage from this show :
    For more information on Little Jimmy King :

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    Little Jimmy King ~ Angel Of Mercy&Dont Burn Down The Bridge Live 1985

    12:56

    Modern Electric Memphis Blues Live 1985
    Enjoy , my friends !!!
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    Upside Down & Backwards - Little Jimmy King

    5:42

    Upside Down & Backwards - Little Jimmy King,
    from Something Inside Of Me 1994

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    Jimi Hendrix Guitar Festival, Bumbershoot, Seattle,1995 Red House

    5:37

    Jimi Hendrix Guitar Festival, Bumbershoot, Seattle, 1995 (Little Jimmy King, Buddy Miles,Narada Michael Walden,T.M. Stevens) Video by Larry Blumenstein Video Productions. Contact: larryblumenstein@aol.com, 917-817-2112. (Copyright 1995) (c)
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    This year, Bumbershoot not only celebrated its 25th anniversary, the festival also organized a weekend-long tribute to hometown legend Jimi Hendrix, including a guitar competition, tribute concert, and museum. On Friday, traditionally the least-crowded day of the festival (being a workday), a number of folks chose to beat the weekend crowds and get a head-start on exploring the museum, set up in a venue dubbed the Red House for the weekend. A giant storefront made out of red nylon (and shaped - what else? - like a red house) marked the entrance to the museum; after passing through the door you navigated your way through a multi-colored maze, illuminated with strobe lights, with Hendrix music blaring in the background.
    The museum part of the exhibit occupied two rooms; one featuring an array of artifacts, including early photographs, awards, guitars, costumes, and drawings of football players by a teenage Jimi, the other displaying a collection of Hendrix-inspired art (the black velvet paintings instantly snatching the prize for coolness). The rest of the building was given over to what could be described as Hendrix-inspired vendors, hawking tie-dye clothing, incense, bees-wax candles, and Hendrix books. Guitars and music software were also on hand; a cardboard stand-up of Jimi was available as a prop for photographs (along with a pile of suitable clothing to don yourself). Other folks settled in for a long stretch of video viewing at a screen set up in the corner.
    Friday was also a good day to check out the rest of the visual art, before weekend crowds become too thick. In the smaller rooms of the Northwest Court area, you could find displays from the local Pilchuck Glass School (also celebrating its 25th year), a collection of works by Northwest artists, and a retrospective of artists managed by the Linda Farris Gallery (including cartoonist Lynda Barry).
    Truly entertained a respectably-sized crowd with their heavy neo-psychedelia in the Bumberclub, but the day was too nice to stay inside. Unlike other youth-oriented festivals, Bumbershoot has a number of beer gardens for those of legal age, many placed near to one of the outdoor stages, so why remain in a dark hall when you can sit outside imbibing a plastic cup of Miller (the official Bumbershoot beer) while listening to the avant-garde noises of Laundry?
    Elsewhere on Friday, the final date of the Warped Tour was taking place at the Memorial Stadium. No beer garden here, but the youthful crowd evidently spent much time ducking into the porta-pottys to indulge, judging by the empty beer and liquor bottles left behind, along with the tell-tale scent of marijuana. At one end of the field, bands played on the stage; at the other, folks assembled to watch the daredevils on the skateboard ramps. Food booths and clothing vendors provided other momentary distractions.
    The event was winding down, judging by the debris scattered throughout the venue. Quicksand, the penultimate act, encouraged the further scattering of debris, asking folks to hurl lemons on the stage (one vendor unwisely selling cups of lemonade with half a lemon in them). But more than a few must've remained behind, for when the final act of the day, L7, came on, the crowd instantly began pelting them with more lemons, plastic cups, and water bottles. This activity soon brought the show to a halt. Okay, said Suzi Gardner, if we fuckin' get hit with anything, we're leaving the stage, and you're going to have to listen to a fuckin' tape of Phil Collins! And we've given one to the soundman! I'm serious! Sin-cere-fuckin'-ly, folks.
    Gardner's command brought most of the hurling to an end, the crowd contenting themselves with throwing things at each other. Perhaps because of the crowd, or perhaps because it was the last show of the tour, L7 played a more a laid-back set than usual, trying without success to provoke the crowd into dancing (We're fuckin' bored, you're fuckin' bored, so this is what we'll do...). After a half-hour set, the band saluted the crowd by flipping them off (urging the audience to join in), thanking everybody except the lemon fuckers!
    Three-fourths of 7 Year Bitch were seen grooving to the band (bassist Elizabeth Davis, drummer Val Agnew, singer Selene Vigil), along with Pearl Jam guitarist Mike McCready, who denied the rumors that Pearl Jam was to play with Patti Smith on Sunday (We never got the details worked out); McCready performed in the Hendrix Tribute concert that took place Monday.
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    Little Jimmy King - Floodin in California

    3:40

    Little Jimmy King
    Live at Monterey
    Floodin' in California

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    Little Jimmy King - Angel of Mercy

    9:59

    Little Jimmy King Died of an Heartattack.(December 4, 1964 -- July 21, 2002) RIP.

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    Little Jimmy King - Everybody Wants to Go to Heaven

    6:40

    Artist Biography by Richard Skelly
    Memphis-based left-handed guitar player Little Jimmy King was one of the most exciting blues players to emerge on the scene in the '90s. King was born December 4, 1968, as Manuel Gales but renamed himself for his two favorite guitar heroes, Jimi Hendrix and Albert King. He got started as a rock & roller, but by the mid-'80s had switched to blues. By 1988, he had left the Memphis blues scene to go on the road with his hero as part of Albert King's band. The late Albert King called Little Jimmy his grandson, and the late Stevie Ray Vaughan also had high praise for the young guitarist. In a moment King will never forget, Vaughan told him: Play on, brother, you've got it. Don't stop playing for nobody.

    Something Inside of MeKing's self-titled debut was released in 1991 on the Rounder Bullseye Blues label, and he followed it up in 1994 with Something Inside of Me, on which he's accompanied by former Double Trouble bassist Tommy Shannon and drummer Chris Whipper Layton. King can also be heard playing guitar on Ann Peebles' Full Time Love and Otis Clay's I'll Treat You Right and On My Way Home. King's 1995 record with his two guitar playing brothers, Eric Gales and Eugene Gales, Left Hand Brand was released by the House of Blues label in 1995. While the brothers often played gigs together, Left Hand Brand is the only album they made. In 1997 King released his third record for Bullseye Blues, the Willie Mitchell produced Soldier for the Blues.
    Live at MontereyLittle Jimmy King died suddenly on July 19, 2002 after suffering a heart attack at the young age of 34. King's live shows, as documented on 2002's Live at Monterey, like his three highly praised studio recordings for Bullseye Blues, were full of fire and fury, passionate guitar playing within the context of his band, the Memphis Soul Survivors, great vocals, and clever songs. His presence and playing are sure to be missed.

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    Little Jimmy King, Memphis Horns, Ron Levy Happy X mas Tears

    4:21

    Wrote, Produced & arranged this tune for Jimmy. Miss those days, but you can read about them in my book Tales of a Road Dog available on my website.....Levtron
    Happy Holidays!
    RIP LJK & Andrew

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    Jimi Hendrix Guitar Festival, Bumbershoot, Seatle 1995 Part 1

    5:43

    Jimi Hendrix Guitar Festival, Bumbershoot, Seatle 1995 Part 1 (Little Jimmy King,Buddy Miles, Narada Michael Walden) Video by Larry Blumenstein Video Productions. Contact: larryblumenstein@aol.com, 917-817-2112. (Copyright 1995) (c)
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    Narada Michael Walden
    Thank you
    Love Jimi King and Buddy
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    This year, Bumbershoot not only celebrated its 25th anniversary, the festival also organized a weekend-long tribute to hometown legend Jimi Hendrix, including a guitar competition, tribute concert, and museum. On Friday, traditionally the least-crowded day of the festival (being a workday), a number of folks chose to beat the weekend crowds and get a head-start on exploring the museum, set up in a venue dubbed the Red House for the weekend. A giant storefront made out of red nylon (and shaped - what else? - like a red house) marked the entrance to the museum; after passing through the door you navigated your way through a multi-colored maze, illuminated with strobe lights, with Hendrix music blaring in the background.
    The museum part of the exhibit occupied two rooms; one featuring an array of artifacts, including early photographs, awards, guitars, costumes, and drawings of football players by a teenage Jimi, the other displaying a collection of Hendrix-inspired art (the black velvet paintings instantly snatching the prize for coolness). The rest of the building was given over to what could be described as Hendrix-inspired vendors, hawking tie-dye clothing, incense, bees-wax candles, and Hendrix books. Guitars and music software were also on hand; a cardboard stand-up of Jimi was available as a prop for photographs (along with a pile of suitable clothing to don yourself). Other folks settled in for a long stretch of video viewing at a screen set up in the corner.
    Friday was also a good day to check out the rest of the visual art, before weekend crowds become too thick. In the smaller rooms of the Northwest Court area, you could find displays from the local Pilchuck Glass School (also celebrating its 25th year), a collection of works by Northwest artists, and a retrospective of artists managed by the Linda Farris Gallery (including cartoonist Lynda Barry).
    Truly entertained a respectably-sized crowd with their heavy neo-psychedelia in the Bumberclub, but the day was too nice to stay inside. Unlike other youth-oriented festivals, Bumbershoot has a number of beer gardens for those of legal age, many placed near to one of the outdoor stages, so why remain in a dark hall when you can sit outside imbibing a plastic cup of Miller (the official Bumbershoot beer) while listening to the avant-garde noises of Laundry?
    Elsewhere on Friday, the final date of the Warped Tour was taking place at the Memorial Stadium. No beer garden here, but the youthful crowd evidently spent much time ducking into the porta-pottys to indulge, judging by the empty beer and liquor bottles left behind, along with the tell-tale scent of marijuana. At one end of the field, bands played on the stage; at the other, folks assembled to watch the daredevils on the skateboard ramps. Food booths and clothing vendors provided other momentary distractions.
    The event was winding down, judging by the debris scattered throughout the venue. Quicksand, the penultimate act, encouraged the further scattering of debris, asking folks to hurl lemons on the stage (one vendor unwisely selling cups of lemonade with half a lemon in them). But more than a few must've remained behind, for when the final act of the day, L7, came on, the crowd instantly began pelting them with more lemons, plastic cups, and water bottles. This activity soon brought the show to a halt. Okay, said Suzi Gardner, if we fuckin' get hit with anything, we're leaving the stage, and you're going to have to listen to a fuckin' tape of Phil Collins! And we've given one to the soundman! I'm serious! Sin-cere-fuckin'-ly, folks.
    Gardner's command brought most of the hurling to an end, the crowd contenting themselves with throwing things at each other. Perhaps because of the crowd, or perhaps because it was the last show of the tour, L7 played a more a laid-back set than usual, trying without success to provoke the crowd into dancing (We're fuckin' bored, you're fuckin' bored, so this is what we'll do...). After a half-hour set, the band saluted the crowd by flipping them off (urging the audience to join in), thanking everybody except the lemon fuckers!
    Three-fourths of 7 Year Bitch were seen grooving to the band (bassist Elizabeth Davis, drummer Val Agnew, singer Selene Vigil), along with Pearl Jam guitarist Mike McCready, who denied the rumors that Pearl Jam was to play with Patti Smith on Sunday (We never got the details worked out); McCready performed in the Hendrix Tribute concert that took place Monday.

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    Little Jimmy King - Something Inside of Me

    5:37

    Artist Biography by Richard Skelly
    Memphis-based left-handed guitar player Little Jimmy King was one of the most exciting blues players to emerge on the scene in the '90s. King was born December 4, 1968, as Manuel Gales but renamed himself for his two favorite guitar heroes, Jimi Hendrix and Albert King. He got started as a rock & roller, but by the mid-'80s had switched to blues. By 1988, he had left the Memphis blues scene to go on the road with his hero as part of Albert King's band. The late Albert King called Little Jimmy his grandson, and the late Stevie Ray Vaughan also had high praise for the young guitarist. In a moment King will never forget, Vaughan told him: Play on, brother, you've got it. Don't stop playing for nobody.

    Something Inside of MeKing's self-titled debut was released in 1991 on the Rounder Bullseye Blues label, and he followed it up in 1994 with Something Inside of Me, on which he's accompanied by former Double Trouble bassist Tommy Shannon and drummer Chris Whipper Layton. King can also be heard playing guitar on Ann Peebles' Full Time Love and Otis Clay's I'll Treat You Right and On My Way Home. King's 1995 record with his two guitar playing brothers, Eric Gales and Eugene Gales, Left Hand Brand was released by the House of Blues label in 1995. While the brothers often played gigs together, Left Hand Brand is the only album they made. In 1997 King released his third record for Bullseye Blues, the Willie Mitchell produced Soldier for the Blues.
    Live at MontereyLittle Jimmy King died suddenly on July 19, 2002 after suffering a heart attack at the young age of 34. King's live shows, as documented on 2002's Live at Monterey, like his three highly praised studio recordings for Bullseye Blues, were full of fire and fury, passionate guitar playing within the context of his band, the Memphis Soul Survivors, great vocals, and clever songs. His presence and playing are sure to be missed.

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    Jimmy King 2017 Hall of Fame Inductee

    1:48

    Original link:

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    Little Jimmy King - Somebody

    2:15

    Live from Porto Alegre. Brazil. March 2002. with Fernando Noronha and JW Jones, Little Jimmy King (Manuel Lynn Gales) Die on July 21,2002, after suffering a heart attack...

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    The Gales Bros. - House of Blues.wmv

    5:17

    The Gales Brothers is:

    Eric Gales - guitar and vocals
    Eugene Gales - guitar, bass and vocals
    Manuel Gales (Little Jimmy King) - guitar and vocals

    Album Left Hand Brand - 1996

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    Little Jimmy King - Live in Porto Alegre - Brazil 2002

    1:41

    One of the last shows made by the great Little Jimmy king backing by brazilian musicians

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    Somebody

    6:21

    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    Somebody · Little Jimmy King

    Live At B.B. Kings, LA

    ℗ 2008 King James Records

    Released on: 2008-05-20

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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    Little Jimmy King and Khari Wynn LIVE at BB Kings Memphis

    6:09

    2001 on Beale Street in Memphis TN.
    This video came to us from Khari Wynn, ( from the band Public Enemy). That's Khari you see in the first few moments ripping on some blues onstage. It doesn't get more REAL than this. Rest in Peace Manuel Gales. You STILL make Memphis so proud.

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    Little Jimmy King - Hand Me Down video produced by LC

    6:54

    Little Jimmy King performing Hand Me Down at BB Kings Blues Club in Memphis. Recorded and produced by Larry Clark in 1999. See the whole 20 min piece here:

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    Little Jimmy King 1999 Promotional Video by Larry Clark

    20:22

    Video shot and produced by Larry Clark in Memphis TN in 1999. Featuring cameo footage of Eugene for a minute too talking about Albert King and Manny. RIP LIttle JImmy King
    More info on LJK:

    #LItteJimmyKing #MannyGales #EugeneGales #EricGales

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    JIMMY KING - Living in the Danger Zone

    3:29

    Jimmy King & The King James Version Band
    ALBUM: Soldier for the Blues
    YEAR: 1997

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    Little Jimmy King - Win, Lose or Draw

    3:39

    from Something Inside Of Me 1994

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    Little Jimmy King and the Memphis Soul Survivors - The Metro Saratoga Springs, NY. 1992

    2:36:48

    First Set
    01. intro/tuning
    02. Can You Feel the Spirit?
    03. Let the Good Times Roll
    04. There's Got To Be Some Changes
    05. Born Under a Bad Sign
    06. Born Again
    07. The Lord Doth Called

    Second Set
    01. tuning
    02.
    03. My Muscadine Wine
    04. Lovin' Someone Else
    05. Cross Cut Saw
    06. I'll Play The Blues For You

    Third Set
    01. tuning
    02.
    03. Texas Flood
    04. Mary Had a Little Lamb
    05. Night Time Is the Right Time
    06. Ain't Gone 'n' Give Up on Love
    07. outro

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    Little Jimmy King live at Porretta Soul 2000

    7:20

    Little Jimmy King Baby, Baby with the Memphis Soul Survivors. Michael Allen, Hammond B 3; Dywane Thomas, Bass; Lannie McMillan, Sax; Andrea Pizzuti, Drums; Luca Marianini, Trumpet. Recorded live at Porretta Soul Festival, Italy July 2000. Tonino Novelli Videomaker.

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    Little Jimmy King

    1:04

    I taped Jimmy playing the guitar with his teeth about a year before his premature death from a heart attack in 2002. He was a left handed guitar player based in Memphis, Tennessee.

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    Sammy Owen- Little Jimmy King Cover

    8:24

    Elwood Blues Club Jam , Greyhound Hotel , St Kilda.

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    Manny Gales - Hand Me Down

    6:46

    Live from Memphis, TN. 1999.

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    Red House

    12:45

    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    Red House · Little Jimmy King

    Live At B.B. Kings, LA

    ℗ 2008 King James Records

    Released on: 2008-05-20

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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    Little Jimmy King - Hey Joe 1999

    6:22

    The late Little Jimmy is showing he would have been a worthy successor of the other left-handed guitarist, Hendrix.

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    Iries Vibes_Alan King Pin - Little Jimmy.flv

    7:59

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    I Believe

    4:02

    Provided to YouTube by CDBaby

    I Believe · Jimmy King

    I Believe

    ℗ 2015 Jimmy King

    Released on: 2015-12-19

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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    Cross Cut Saw

    4:57

    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    Cross Cut Saw · Little Jimmy King

    Live At B.B. Kings, LA

    ℗ 2008 King James Records

    Released on: 2008-05-20

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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    Little Jimmy King - Kings Crosstown Shuffle

    4:48

    Little Jimmy King - King's Crosstown Shuffle

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    Born Again

    3:18

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    Born Again · Little Jimmy King · Memphis Soul Survivoris

    Little Jimmy King And The Memphis Soul Survivors

    ℗ 1991 Rounder Records. Manufactured and distributed by Concord Music Group, Inc.

    Released on: 1991-01-01

    Producer, Associated Performer, Organ: Ron Levy
    Studio Personnel, Engineer: Ray Gaston
    Studio Personnel, Engineer: Bob Kempf
    Studio Personnel, Mixer: Steve Rosenthal
    Associated Performer, Guitar, Vocals: Little Jimmy King
    Associated Performer, Bass Guitar: Melvin Lee
    Associated Performer, Drums: Cedric Cowboy McGory
    Associated Performer, Piano: Archie Turner
    Associated Performer, Tenor Saxophone: Andrew Love
    Composer Lyricist: Little Jimmy King

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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    Kings Crosstown Shuffle

    4:47

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    King's Crosstown Shuffle · Little Jimmy King · Memphis Soul Survivoris

    Little Jimmy King And The Memphis Soul Survivors

    ℗ 1991 Rounder Records. Manufactured and distributed by Concord Music Group, Inc.

    Released on: 1991-01-01

    Producer, Associated Performer, Organ: Ron Levy
    Studio Personnel, Engineer: Ray Gaston
    Studio Personnel, Engineer: Bob Kempf
    Studio Personnel, Mixer: Steve Rosenthal
    Associated Performer, Guitar, Vocals: Little Jimmy King
    Associated Performer, Bass Guitar: Melvin Lee
    Associated Performer, Drums: Cedric Cowboy McGory
    Associated Performer, Piano: Archie Turner
    Associated Performer, Tenor Saxophone: Andrew Love
    Composer Lyricist: Little Jimmy King

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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    Little Jimmy King

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    The grandson of the late great Albert King plays with his teeth at the Black Diamond Blues Fest In Pittsburg, CA 2000. Video shot and edited by Sylvester Stewart III

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    Lil Jimmy King, Ron Levy Wild Woman

    3:44

    From the late great Little Jimmy King's first album produced by Ron Levy of Levtron Productions. Mr. Levy is also featured on B-3 on this Albert King cover re-arranged by Levy & Jimmy. It's smokin'! Both Jimmy & Levy had very close and special personal relationships w/ Mr. Albert King.

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    Doin My Own Thing

    4:42

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    Doin' My Own Thing · Little Jimmy King · Memphis Soul Survivoris

    Little Jimmy King And The Memphis Soul Survivors

    ℗ 1991 Rounder Records. Manufactured and distributed by Concord Music Group, Inc.

    Released on: 1991-01-01

    Producer, Associated Performer, Organ: Ron Levy
    Studio Personnel, Engineer: Ray Gaston
    Studio Personnel, Engineer: Bob Kempf
    Studio Personnel, Mixer: Steve Rosenthal
    Associated Performer, Guitar, Vocals: Little Jimmy King
    Associated Performer, Bass Guitar: Melvin Lee
    Associated Performer, Drums: Cedric Cowboy McGory
    Associated Performer, Piano: Archie Turner
    Associated Performer, Tenor Saxophone: Andrew Love
    Composer Lyricist: Little Jimmy King

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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    Kick It

    3:30

    Provided to YouTube by CDBaby

    Kick It · Jimmy King

    Kick It

    ℗ 2015 Jimmy King Real Music

    Released on: 2015-12-28

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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    Another Mans Cologne

    3:52

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    Another Man's Cologne · Little Jimmy King · Memphis Soul Survivoris

    Little Jimmy King And The Memphis Soul Survivors

    ℗ 1991 Rounder Records. Manufactured and distributed by Concord Music Group, Inc.

    Released on: 1991-01-01

    Producer, Associated Performer, Organ: Ron Levy
    Studio Personnel, Engineer: Ray Gaston
    Studio Personnel, Engineer: Bob Kempf
    Studio Personnel, Mixer: Steve Rosenthal
    Associated Performer, Guitar, Vocals: Little Jimmy King
    Associated Performer, Bass Guitar: Melvin Lee
    Associated Performer, Drums: Cedric Cowboy McGory
    Associated Performer, Piano: Archie Turner
    Associated Performer, Tenor Saxophone: Andrew Love
    Composer Lyricist: Composer/writer Unknown

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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    Upside Down & Backwards Little Jimmy King

    5:42

    KBR

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    I Dont Need Nobody That Dont Need Me

    4:57

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    I Don't Need Nobody That Don't Need Me · Jimmy King

    Soldier For The Blues

    ℗ 1997 Rounder Records, a division of Concord Music Group, Inc.

    Released on: 1997-06-24

    Associated Performer, Lead Guitar, Vocals: Jimmy King
    Producer, Recording Producer, Studio Personnel, Recording Engineer, Mixer: Willie Mitchell
    Studio Personnel, Mastering Engineer: Philip Klum
    Associated Performer, Rhythm Guitar: Thomas Bingham
    Associated Performer, Bass Guitar: Leroy Hodges, Jr.
    Associated Performer, Keyboards: Lester Snell
    Associated Performer, Keyboards: Archie Turner
    Associated Performer, Drums: Steve Potts
    Associated Performer, Saxophone: Lannie McMillan
    Associated Performer, Background Vocalist, Studio Personnel, Recording Engineer, Mixer: William Brown
    Associated Performer, Background Vocalist: Bertram Brown
    Associated Performer, Background Vocalist: Jackie Johnson
    Associated Performer, Background Vocalist: Mashaa
    Composer Lyricist: Little Jimmy King
    Composer Lyricist: Archie Turner

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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    Jimmy king - Live Acoustic

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    Drawers

    5:04

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    Drawers · Jimmy King

    Soldier For The Blues

    ℗ 1997 Rounder Records, a division of Concord Music Group, Inc.

    Released on: 1997-06-24

    Associated Performer, Lead Guitar, Vocals: Jimmy King
    Producer, Recording Producer, Studio Personnel, Recording Engineer, Mixer: Willie Mitchell
    Studio Personnel, Mastering Engineer: Philip Klum
    Associated Performer, Rhythm Guitar: Thomas Bingham
    Associated Performer, Bass Guitar: Leroy Hodges, Jr.
    Associated Performer, Keyboards: Lester Snell
    Associated Performer, Keyboards: Archie Turner
    Associated Performer, Drums: Steve Potts
    Associated Performer, Saxophone: Lannie McMillan
    Associated Performer, Background Vocalist, Studio Personnel, Recording Engineer, Mixer: William Brown
    Associated Performer, Background Vocalist: Bertram Brown
    Associated Performer, Background Vocalist: Jackie Johnson
    Associated Performer, Background Vocalist: Mashaa
    Composer Lyricist: Traditional

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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    Soldier For The Blues

    4:29

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    Soldier For The Blues · Jimmy King

    Soldier For The Blues

    ℗ 1997 Rounder Records, a division of Concord Music Group, Inc.

    Released on: 1997-06-24

    Associated Performer, Lead Guitar, Vocals: Jimmy King
    Producer, Recording Producer, Studio Personnel, Recording Engineer, Mixer: Willie Mitchell
    Studio Personnel, Mastering Engineer: Philip Klum
    Associated Performer, Rhythm Guitar: Thomas Bingham
    Associated Performer, Bass Guitar: Leroy Hodges, Jr.
    Associated Performer, Keyboards: Lester Snell
    Associated Performer, Keyboards: Archie Turner
    Associated Performer, Drums: Steve Potts
    Associated Performer, Saxophone: Lannie McMillan
    Associated Performer, Background Vocalist, Studio Personnel, Recording Engineer, Mixer: William Brown
    Associated Performer, Background Vocalist: Bertram Brown
    Associated Performer, Background Vocalist: Jackie Johnson
    Associated Performer, Background Vocalist: Mashaa
    Composer Lyricist: Archie Turner

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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    Otis Clay - Memphis Horns - Jimmy King Dont Burn the Bridge.wmv

    5:19

    Bullseye Blues / Levtron Production 1992

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    Ann Peebles Memphis Horns Lil Jimmie King - Full Time Lover.wmv

    4:33

    Funky modern blues.....photo of Ann & Don Bryant in 1974 the year they got married...still madly in love I'm happy to say!

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    Little Wing & Voodoo Child - by Eric Gales at the 2016 Dallas International Guitar Show

    13:44

    Check out this stunning performance of “Little Wing” and “Voodoo Child” by Eric Gales at the 2016 Dallas International Guitar Show. Enjoy!

    Patrick Smith (Bass), Landis Chisenhall (Drums)
    clip 06 Day 1 4-30-16
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    Eric Gales -

    Eric Gales is a force to be reckoned with in the contemporary Rock-Blues scene. mesmerizing fans around the world with his outstanding vocal ability and his amazing, incomparable guitar virtuosity.

    Gales was considered a child prodigy He started playing guitar at the age of 4 and was taught how to play by his older brothers, Eugene and Manuel (pka Little Jimmy King).
    He released his first record, “The Eric Gales Band” (Electra), in 1991 at the age of 16.
    That same year, Guitar World Magazine’s Reader’s Poll voted Eric as” “Best New Talent.”

    In 1993, Eric released his second CDs, “Picture Of A Thousand Faces” (Electra), as well as his self titled third album, “Eric Gales” (Asylum).

    In 1996 Eric and two of his brothers teamed up to form The Gales Brothers and recorded “Left Hand Brand,” which was recorded for the House of Blues label.

    Through the years, Gales garnered dedicated fans world-wide, including A-List Blues and Rock artist celebrities like Carlos Santana, Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, B. B. King, and Eric Clapton.

    In 2001 Eric signed on with the Hendrix family affiliated label, Nightbird Records, and recorded the critically acclaimed CD, “That’s What I Am.”

    In 2006 Eric recorded another critically acclaimed CD, “Crystal Vision” and his incredible follow-up, “The Psychedelic Underground” for the Blues Bureau Label.

    In 2008 released The Story of my Life”, in 2010 he released Relentless”, followed in 2011 with his release Transformation”, in 2012 he released his Double “Live” Album/DVD.

    In 2013 he released his 12th album, “Pinnick Gales Pridgen” (Magna Carta).

    Also in 2013 he released “Ghost Notes” (Tone Center)

    In 2014 he released “Good for Sumthin’” (Cleopatra)

    His latest release (#15), “A Night on the Sunset Strip” is due out in 2016.

    Eric has often been compared to Jimi Hendrix, and even plays guitar left-handed, like Hendrix, with a right-handed guitar turned upside down, but remarkably, he is right-handed, taught to play guitar left-haned by his left handed brother!

    Comparisons to Hendrix notwithstanding, he is no Hendrix clone! Gales has developed his own distinctive blues/rock sound and a unique playing style that embodies and exemplifies his various influences, as diverse as Albert King and Eric Johnson.


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    his brother Manuel Gales ( aka Little Jimmy King )
    from The Gales Brothers - Left Hand Brand album in 1996.
    Eric Gales - Guitar & Vocals, Nick Hayes - Drums, LeDonna Gales - Background Vocals & Percussion, Byron Carter - Bass

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    Same Lovin

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    Same Lovin' · Little Jimmy King · Memphis Soul Survivoris

    Little Jimmy King And The Memphis Soul Survivors

    ℗ 1991 Rounder Records. Manufactured and distributed by Concord Music Group, Inc.

    Released on: 1991-01-01

    Producer, Associated Performer, Organ: Ron Levy
    Studio Personnel, Engineer: Ray Gaston
    Studio Personnel, Engineer: Bob Kempf
    Studio Personnel, Mixer: Steve Rosenthal
    Associated Performer, Guitar, Vocals: Little Jimmy King
    Associated Performer, Bass Guitar: Melvin Lee
    Associated Performer, Drums: Cedric Cowboy McGory
    Associated Performer, Piano: Archie Turner
    Associated Performer, Tenor Saxophone: Andrew Love
    Composer Lyricist: Jimmy McCracklin

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