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King Albert

LP (Item 503433) Tomato, 1977 — Condition: Used
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4.80 46

A tight date from 1977, and one that follows nicely in the spirit of King's later Stax sides, but with a slightly smoother groove. There's a bit of the Detroit 70s mode going on in the set – that rough-and-smooth quality that you'd find on a Don Davis production, which proves to be a wonderful blend for King's music, especially on some of the album's funkier numbers. Titles include "Chump Change", "You Upset Me Babe", "Let Me Rock You", "Boot Lace", "Love Mechanic", "Call My Job", and "Good Time Charlie". (Cover has a tracklist sticker and moisture stains along the bottom seam.)  © 1996-2014, Dusty Groove, Inc.


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