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Ive Made Nights By Myself - Albert King - Thursday Night In San Francisco (Cassette, Album)

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  1. I've Made Nights By Myself Written-By – Albert King: B2: Crosscut Saw Written-By – R.G. Ford: Thursday Night In San Francisco ‎ (CD, Album) Stax: CDSXE UK: MPS Germany: Vendi questa versione: SCD24 Albert King: Thursday Night In San Francisco.
  2. Find album release information for Wednesday Night in San Francisco - Albert King on AllMusic. Album Themes. Hanging Out Late Night Partying. Albert King Cassette: Wednesday Night in San Francisco: Stax LP:
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  4. While the classic Live Wire/Blues Power album was made up primarily of tunes Albert King hadn’t recorded previously, this disc (recorded during the same June Fillmore Auditorium engagement from which the material on Live Wire was culled) features him performing some of his biggest hits, including "Don’t Throw Your Love on Me So Strong," the slow blues that first.
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  6. Wednesday Night in San Francisco is a blues album by Albert King, recorded live in at the Fillmore Auditorium. This album, together with Thursday Night in San Francisco, contains leftovers recorded live on the same dates as Live Wire/Blues Power. Wednesday Night in San Francisco, released in , contains material recorded on June 26, /5(1).
  7. Recorded live in San Francisco in , here's Albert King pretty much at the top of his game, blasting out tons of great guitar and singing his heart to an appreciative crowd of young hippies. With a tight four-piece road band backing him, King fires up his Flying V and slams down hard on material like Freddie King's "San-Ho-Zay," "you Upset Me Baby," "Call It Stormy Monday," .

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