Live At The Electric Ballroom is a live album by Freddie King
It was recorded at the Electric Ballroom in Atlanta, Georgia in 1974 but not released until 1996.
There are also two acoustic songs recorded for a Dallas based radio station and interviews with Freddie King.
According to Discogs, this has also been released under the title This Is The Blues!
Freddie King Live At The Electric Ballroom
2. That’s Alright (Solo Acoustic)
4. Dust My Broom (Solo Acoustic)
6. Big Legged Woman
7. Woman Across The River
8. Key To The Highway
9. Let The Good Times Roll
10. Ain’t Nobody’s Business
11. Sweet Home Chicago
12. Dust My Broom
13. Hide Away Medley
Playing on the album are:
Freddie King – Vocals, electric guitar, acoustic guitar
Sam ? – Rhythm guitar
Alvin Hemphill – Organ
Lewis Stephens – Piano
Benny Turner – Bass
Mike Kennedy – Drums
The full band only played on tracks 6 to 13.
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Live albums by Freddie King include:
1968 Live And Loud – 1974 Live At The Electric Ballroom – 1975 Live In Europe – 1975 Live Texas & Oklahoma Club Date – ? The Blues Live! – ? Live At Liberty Hall – ? Cannoball Live In Concert – ? I’m Tore Down Live In Texas – ? Live At The Texas Opry House
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