King live at North Sea Jazz Festival 2009, Jonny Lang live at Montreux Jazz Festival, Ain't no sunshine when she's gone - Matt Otten - Jazz Guitar. In 1956 he cut his first record as a leader, for El-Bee Records. Anytime she goes away Deezer : musique en streaming gratuite. Ain't no sunshine when she's gone Freddie King , born Billy Myles, September 3 , 1934, in Gilmer, Texas was one of the triumvirate of Kings (the others being B.B. SONGLYRICS just got interactive. In 1974 he recorded Burglar, for which Tom Dowd produced the track "Sugar Sweet" at Criteria Studios in Miami, with the guitarists Clapton and George Terry, the drummer Jamie Oldaker and the bassist Carl Radle. His instrumental "Hide Away" was included in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame's list of "500 Songs that Shaped Rock". Anytime she goes away Anytime she goes away and Albert) who ruled the blues throughout the 60s. Genre: Blues. In 1973, unforgatable blues guitarist and singer Freddie King performed in Montreaux (Jazz Festival). King, none of whom are blood related). I also enjoy the John Mayer version. [7] When Freddie was six years old, his mother and his uncle began teaching him to play the guitar. Ain't no sunshine when she's gone As he was repeatedly being rejected by Chess Records, he got signed to Federal Records, and got his break with single "Have You Ever Loved a Woman" and instrumental "Hide Away", which reached number five on the Billboard magazine's rhythm and blues chart in 1961. A newer blues scene, lively with nightclubs and upstart record companies, was burgeoning on the West Side, though. Freddie King: Ain't No Sunshine ‎ (7", Single) Shelter Records: S 7200: New Zealand: 1972: Sell This Version: none: Freddie King: Ain't No Sunshine ‎ (7", Single, Promo) Shelter Records: none: Australia: 1972: Sell This Version: Reviews Add Review [m948210] Master Release. Meanwhile, King established himself as perhaps the biggest musical force on the West Side. This page was last edited on 7 November 2020, at 17:05. Freddie King - Ain't No Sunshine - Dallas, TX 1973 - YouTube King formed his first band, the Every Hour Blues Boys, with the guitarist Jimmie Lee Robinson and the drummer Frank "Sonny" Scott. He added that, while the guitarist had recorded some "acute R&B" singles early in his career, he later "coast[ed] for years". We can't show you this lyrics snippet right now. Ain't no sunshine when she's gone Born in Gilmer, Texas, King got acquainted with the guitar at the age of six. 7 0. Fred dit Freddie (ou Freddy) King (né à Gilmer, Texas, le 3 septembre 1934 et mort à Dallas, Texas, le 28 décembre 1976) est un guitariste et chanteur de blues américain. [35], In his only review of a King album, The Best of Freddie King (1975) by Shelter Records, Christgau wrote in Christgau's Record Guide: Rock Albums of the Seventies (1981) that the 1971–73 recordings are "a bunch of Leon Russell and Don Nix boogies, [King's] voice blurred, his guitar all fake and roll." Ain't No Sunshine est placée 280 e dans la liste des 500 plus grandes chansons de tous les temps établie par le magazine Rolling Stone en 2003. He played along with Magic Sam and reputedly played backing guitar, uncredited, on some of Sam's tracks for Mel London's Chief and Age labels,[7] though King does not stand out on them. [18] Vernon also produced a second album for King, Larger than Life,[19] It later became a blues standard. King recorded his debut single for the label on August 26, 1960: "Have You Ever Loved a Woman" backed with "You've Got to Love Her with a Feeling" (again credited as "Freddy" King). Well, I got a little young thing alone Anytime she goes away Scrobbling is when tracks the music you listen to and automatically adds it to your music profile. Ain't no sunshine when she's gone Freddie King. [8] The B-side was a King vocal. "[29] One band that mixed R&B and surf instrumentals occasionally included Jerry Garcia. "Hide Away" was King's melange of a theme by Hound Dog Taylor and parts by others, such as "The Walk", by Jimmy McCracklin, and "Peter Gunn", as credited by King. King's combination of the Texas and Chicago sounds gave his music a more contemporary feel than that of many Chicago bands who were still performing 1950s-style music, and he befriended the younger generation of blues musicians. Do you know any background info about this track? [3] He later became involved with more rhythm and blues and rock oriented producers and was one of the first bluesmen to have a multiracial backing band at live performances.[4]. I wonder this time where she's gone Ain't no sunshine when she's gone Ain't no sunshine when she's gone [34] John Swenson, writing in The Rolling Stone Jazz & Blues Guide (1999), also recommended the Electric Ballroom recording, along with "Home Cooking's Live at the Texas Opry House (documenting a 1976 show in Houston)", saying they are "the best antidotes to King's lackluster studio work from these years". After their success with "Hide Away," King and Thompson recorded thirty instrumentals, including "The Stumble," "Just Pickin'," "Sen-Sa-Shun," "Side Tracked," "San-Ho-Zay," "High Rise," and "The Sad Nite Owl". Hardy, Phil; Laing, Dave; Stephen, Barnard; Perretta, Don (1988). Anytime she goes away According to music critic Cub Koda, King has influenced guitarists such as Eric Clapton, Mick Taylor, Stevie Ray Vaughan, and Lonnie Mack. 6,068 views. He is considered one of the "Three Kings of the Blues Guitar" (along with Albert King and B.B. for the same label. It was originally released as the B-side of "I Love the Woman". Style: Texas Blues, Electric Blues. In 1959 King got to know Sonny Thompson, a pianist, producer, and A&R man for Cincinnati's King Records. Javascript is required to view shouts on this page. Marketplace 0 13 For Sale from $3.00. King Records' owner, Syd Nathan, signed King to the subsidiary Federal Records in 1960. In autumn 1949, he and his family moved from Dallas to the South Side of Chicago.