Albert King: I'll Play the Blues for You CD (1972.
For the next few years, Albert toured America and Europe, returning to the studio in 1971, to record the Lovejoy album. In 1972, he recorded I'll Play the Blues for You, which featured accompaniment from the Bar-Kays, the Memphis Horns, and the Movement. The album was rooted in the blues, but featured distinctively modern soul and funk overtones.
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The album currently holds a spot in the Blues Hall of Fame, but it wasn’t the only essential album King made during his Stax tenure, which stretched into the mid-1970s. Though it held only eight selections, 1972’s I’ll Play the Blues For You was of the same stratospheric consistency. The cast had changed substantially by the time Albert.
Tracklist: 1. Don’t Burn Down The Bridge (Cause You Might Wanna Come Back Across), 2. I Believe To My Soul, 3. For The Love Of A Woman, 4. Blues At Sunrise, 5. I’ll Play The Blues For You, 6. Little Brother (Make A Way), 7. Roadhouse Blues.
If you're down an' out, an' you feel real hurt Come on over, to the place where I work An' all your loneliness, I'll try to soothe I'll play the blues for you Don't be afraid, come on in You might run across, yeah, some of your old friends All your loneliness, I've got to soothe I'll play the blues for you Come on in, sit right here, let's rap awhile Ya see I'm kinda lonely too, ya know?
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