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  • Album vinyle (11 avril 1997)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B000000ZJY
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Cassette  |  Téléchargement MP3
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En 1973, Albert king joue a Montreux et nous livrera un live en deux parties. Un live qui tombe de nouveau sous le coup de la frappe de la guitare Flying V du King. Il va sans dire que ce live a Montreux est l'une des grandes réussites du blues. Blues at Sunset et Blues at Sunrise sont les moins connus d'Albert King. Généralement, les deux lives Live Wire/Blues Power et In Session occulte littéralement les autres. Cela peut se comprendre, mais personnellement avec du recul, Blues at Sunrise est vraiment plaisant, d'autant qu'un live est toujours une manière de faire revivre nos artistes favoris. Ici, on est en face de la deuxième partie du live Blues at Sunset(45minutes-9Titres), cet album prend donc tout son sens une fois que l'on réunit les deux. Dans Blues at Sunset, on retrouve bons nombres de tubes comme "Match Box Blues" et "I'll Play The Blues For You", "Killing Floor" (Chester Burnet plus connu sous le nom de Howlin' Wolf ) Albert King improvise comme il le fait à chaque concert. Live qui est toujours plus vrai, plus vivant, plus émotionnel. C'est une manière de redécouvrir, ou ré apprécier de manière différentes ses créations artistiques les plus classiques, notamment dans ce blues at Sunrise : "Roadhouse Blues", I'll play the blues for you", et "I Believe to my Soul". Un vrai bonheur de pouvoir revivre ce géant du blues.

Durée : 46 minutes - 7Titres.
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Ordered a few CD's. All was perfect except one CD plastic cover arrived crushed. I had to replace it. But it does not matter. Would be good to improve packaging if more than one CD are sent together.
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HASH(0x980371b0) étoiles sur 5 Albert King's Once Lost Concert! 29 juin 2005
Par Perry Celestino - Publié sur
Format: CD
This concert was released after the return of Stax Records in the 1980s as a part of Fantasy Records. The initial release was the lost tape of Albert recording with John Mayall and his Jazz-Fusion band in California. This was put out as the "Lost Session". After another look in the newly recovered Stax vault (no pun intended!)tapes this concert was found. Two tracks had been previously released on vinyl as "Live at Montreux". This CD has most of the remaining part of this July 1, 1973 Montreux concert. The balance of this set can be found on the follow up release "Blues At Sunset" (1993).

This set is really different. Albert has a great band (with a subdued horn section). He also has Donald Kinsey (of the Kinsey Report) on guitar, who like Jimmy King, he calls his "grandson" (he liked to do that). Albert's playing is heavy, full and forceful. He obviously plays the entire set on his neck pickup and produced a fat sound unlike that on any other King recording. This is very similar to the sound he gets on the 2004 DVD release "Albert King: Live in Sweden". The title track "Blues at Sunrise" is a reworking of one of his very first King Records recordings. He has done this tune many times but this version is really different sounding. It also shows King at the beginning of the 1970s until the 1990s when he got the reputation of being difficult to work with. He typically berates the sound man in the middle of the tune.

I saw him in Australia in 1990 and he stopped the concert in the middle of "Kansas City", only his second tune, and rearranged the speakers on stage while the audience waited twenty minutes. He continued to play until he felt the Bass player wasn't holding up his end and PULLED OUT HIS LEAD IN MID-SONG! Oh Albert!

The tunes are on this recording are great, as they always are at Montreux. The production is well done and edited. Highlights of the performance are the Ray Charles (RIP) tune "I Believe To My Soul". His solos in this tune are awesome, what phrasing! "Roadhouse Blues" is a great extended tune that really gives the feel of an Albert King concert. This tune was released as a self-titled cassette tape in the 1990s, now very rare. "Little Brother, Make A Way" is the most unique cut on this CD. It features the only other and only ever live version of this track from "I'll Play the Blues For You" which was his current LP available when this concert was recorded. It has Albert singing soulfully without the second voice track of the LP and doing a great guitar solo as well.

I would highly recommend this CD. It is different sounding than any other Albert King recording. This shows Albert at the height of his creative devlopment and influence on the Blues genre. Buy this one along with Live Wire, Blues Power", "Blues At Sunset", "Blues From The Road", "Live 69" and "Talking Blues". These CDs are all different and show Albert's style and tone at various stages of his long career.
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HASH(0x98037204) étoiles sur 5 THIS IS WHAT IT'S ALL ABOUT! 28 juin 2002
Par deepbluereview - Publié sur
Format: CD
The Montreux Jazz Festival has seen it all in it's 30+ year history. Imagine a festival that can boast the likes of Albert King, B.B. King, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Luther Allison, Robert Cray, Miles Davis, Louisiana Red, Buddy Guy, John Lee Hooker, Etta James and many, many others. "Blues At Sunrise" is a recording of one of those fabulous Montreux performances recorded on July 1, 1973. On that Sunday, fans were treated to Albert King, Freddie King, Miles Davis, Teddy Wilson, Stephanie Grappelli, Cannonball and Nat Adderley. But it was Albert that brought down the house that evening with his scorching guitar solo's and soulful vocals. His playing was passionate, like a man truly possessed, and it is captured here for all to hear. Don't miss this bit of history, as it is truly one of Albert's top 5 performances of his life.
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HASH(0x9803763c) étoiles sur 5 Fantastic electric blues !!! 11 juin 2015
Par Monkey Business - Publié sur
Format: CD
I use to have the double live LP of Albert live at Montreaux from , I believe , 1978.
I thought it was pretty great but this somehow just kills it. The band seems tighter, Albert sounds more inspired, his sound is more swinging, more driving and more throaty. It's an incredibly compelling recording. The recording itself is just more in your face in the most positive way. I can't imagine a better Albert recording or a better blues recording. I'm selling my CD version of the other Montreaux recording that I mentioned although it does have an incredible version of As the Years Go By with a smoking solo by Rory Gallagher. The only downside to this recording under review here is that there is some other guitar player on this that, as often happens with blues guitar solos, overplays
HASH(0x98037a08) étoiles sur 5 smokin' tubes 15 juillet 2011
Par the angry critic - Publié sur
Format: CD Achat vérifié
It's not a bootleg by any means, but at one point Albert King shouts for the engineer--there's a problem with the balance on some of the earlier tracks. If his solos weren't so smokin', I'd say pass on this one. Albert King fans will listen through the technical difficulties.
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HASH(0x980379b4) étoiles sur 5 simply stunnig 17 octobre 2005
Par Francesco Ciuffi - Publié sur
Format: CD
what you're holding in your hand is one of the very best live blues album ever. I own quite a few albert's album but this one has always found a special place in my heart. Both the setlist and the performances are wonderful and it has my favourite version of i'll play the blues for you. After he says "exscuse me" he unveils a terrific solo that gets you realize what blues power is all about, the interplays with the horns section is stunning and the voice, man, the voice...if you gotta get just one album by this master get this one, you wont be disappointed
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