Live Attack of the Killer V is a live album by Lonnie Mack.
It was recorded at FitzGerald’s in Chicago In December 1989 and was released in 1990.
Lonnie Mack is given credit for developing blues rock in the early 1960s by turning an electric guitar into a lead instrument with his first studio album The Wham Of A Memphis Man. That album included an instrumental song called Memphis.
According to Wikipedia
In 1980, the editors of Guitar World magazine ranked “Memphis” first among rock’s top five “landmark” guitar recordings, ahead of recordings by Jimi Hendrix, Eric Clapton and Mike Bloomfield.
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Songs On Lonnie Mack Live Attack of the Killer V
Riding The Blinds – 4:22
Natural Disaster – 4:20
Stop – 9:25
Camp Washington Chile/If You Have To Know – 7:34
Satisfy Suzie – 4:57
I Found A Love – 7:26
The Move – 3:35
Cincinnati Jail – 8:34
I’ve only discovered Lonnie Mack very recently as he’s been virtually ignored in the UK. I guess that’s because our journalists are busy giving credit to our own early guitar greats like Eric Clapton, Jeff Beck, Jimmy Page and Peter Green.
This is an excellent album. Great guitar playing and he’s a very good singer and the album is packed with variety.
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