Deep Freeze Live
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2 CD set captures the legendary blues sound which he made so popular. The first disc was recorded at the Filmore West in 1969, where he was supporting The Allman Brothers Band, while the second concert comes from 1973 and was recorded at the El Mocambo Club in Toronto. Both gigs see Collin's displaying the talents that have seen him recognised as one of the greatest blues guitarists of all time and a worthy entrant into the Blues hall of fame.
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The guitar playing and entertainment is indeed very good from Albert (as can be expected) so I won't go into too much detail on individual tracks etc. but I felt compelled to point out something strange in the accompanying liner notes. There is a short history of Albert's career included and on page one it states:
"He had started his career, playing in the small joints in the Houston area, forming his own band in 1952. The band was known as Albert King & the Rhythm Rockers....".
Spot anything strange? Who are we talking about here? Albert King or Albert Collins? This text appears to be written by a guy called Mike Hendon but it just goes to show the care and dedication that went into this production (or complete lack of in this case). This looks like a total cash grab..pulling a low grade recording from the archives, slapping it on a CD and and not even bothering to proof read the liner notes before publishing. This is a lazy, amateurish production and the careless confusion with another great blues guitarist is very disrespectful to Albert's legacy.