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    Meet Me In The Morning - Freddie King - Larger Than Life (Vinyl, LP, Album)


    1. Marn

      King had an awesome stage presence and no one walked away disappointed from his larger than life performances. Originally released in , Getting Ready features 10 tracks including "Same Old Blues" and "Dust My Broom." King is accompanied by a stellar band that includes Leon Russell, Donald "Duck" Dunn, and Don Preston, among other stalwarts.
    2. Kazralar

      Barnes & Noble® has the best selection of Blues & Folk Electric Texas Blues CDs. Buy Freddie King's album titled Larger Than Life to enjoy in your home or car, or gift it to another music lover!Price: $
    3. Mojar

      May 23,  · Freddie King's version of Woke Up This Morning from Larger Than Life (). No copyright infringement intended.
    4. Mak

      FREDDIE KING lyrics: 17 albums / song lyrics including "Texas Flyer" (): Larger Than Life () It's Better To Have (And Don't Need) You Can Run But You Can't Hide; Woke Up This Morning; It's Your Move; Boogie Bump; Meet Me In The Morning; The Things I Used To Do; Ain't That I Don't Love You; Have You Ever Loved A Woman; Burglar.
    5. Shaktilabar

      Freddie King - Larger Than Life () Artist: Freddie King Title Of Album: Larger Than Life Release Date: Location: USA Label: Polygram Records Genre: General Blues Meet Me In The Morning - The Things I Used To Do - Ain't That I Don't Love You - .
    6. Doshura

      In , he released his second RSO album, Larger Than Life. Throughout , Freddie King toured America, even though his health was beginning to decline. On December 29, , King died of heart failure. Although his passing was premature -- he was only 42 years old -- Freddie King 's influence could still be heard in blues and rock End date: May 08,
    7. Faele

      Song information for Meet Me in the Morning - Freddie King on AllMusic. Song information for Meet Me in the Morning - Freddie King on AllMusic Larger Than Life. Beat Goes On: Freddie King. Texas Flyer: Bear Family Records:
    8. Mikashakar

      Most of all, however, Dylan himself will be struck by the cover from a legendary blues hero: Freddie King on his last album, Larger Than Life from , and, even more powerful and more frenzied, the version on the posthumously released live-album Texas Flyer (), recorded shortly before his death. That recognition may have touched the Bard.

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