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These were the last recordings made by Texan guitarist Albert Collins before succumbing to cancer on 24th November 1993. In the years just prior to his passing, he'd undergone something of a renewal, signing to the (at that time) ascendant Pointblank Virgin subsidiary and touring the UK with increasing regularity, then at the peak of his live powers. Albert's final dates are documented here, melting out in style. This last edition of his Icebreakers barnstormed across Europe, revisiting the Collins signature tunes of "Iceman" and "Frosty", as well as looking up old friends like T-Bone Walker's "T-Bone Shuffle", Lowell Fulson's "Talkin' Woman" and Little Johnny Taylor's "If You Love Me (Like You Say)". The trumpet/saxophone horn duo act like they're multiplied three times, with several vein-bursting tenor solos contributed by Jon Smith. Collins himself virtually patented his direct, one-note cries, and is equally at home on a stretched-out coaster like "Lights Are On But Nobody's Home", heightened emotion sparking from his tiny guitar flares over its sparse, 10-minute course. --Martin Longley