Written-By – Leiber*, Stoller*
|A2||That's All Right
Written-By – Arthur Crudeys*
|A3||All Shook Up
Written-By – Elvis Presley, O. Blackwell*
Written-By – Leiber*, Stoller*
Written-By – Presley*, Axton*, Durden*
|B1||Don't Be Cruel
Written-By – Presley*, Blackwell*
Written-By – D. Bartholemew*, King*
|B3||Blue Suede Shoes
Written-By – C. Perkins*
|B4||Love Me Tender
Written-By – Presley*, Matson*
|STS 2015||Albert King||King, Does The King's Things (LP, Album, Mon)||Stax||STS 2015||US||1969|
|STS 2015||Albert King||King, Does The King's Things (LP, Album)||Stax||STS 2015||Netherlands||1969|
|SKL 933,459||Albert King||King, Does The King's Things (LP)||Stax||SKL 933,459||Australia||1969|
|STS-2015||Albert King||"King, Does The King's Things" (LP, Album)||Stax||STS-2015||US||1969|
|STS 69017||Albert King||King, Does The King's Things (LP, Album)||Stax||STS 69017||France||1969|
Albert Nelson (April 25, 1923 – December 21, 1992), known by his stage name Albert King, was an American blues guitarist and singer whose playing influenced many other blues guitarists. He is perhaps best known for the popular and influential album Born Under a Bad Sign (1967) and its title track. He is one of the three performers (together with B. B. King and Freddie King) known as the "Kings of the Blues.
Lovejoy is the sixth studio album by Albert King. Honky Tonk Woman" (Mick Jagger, Keith Richards) – 3:59. Bay Area Blues" (Donald "Duck" Dunn, Don Nix) – 2:55. Corrina, Corrina" (Don Nix) – 3:45. She Caught the Katy (And Left Me a Mule to Ride)" (Taj Mahal, James Rachell) – 3:56. For the Love of a Woman" (Don Nix) – 4:20. Lovejoy, II. (Don Nix) – 3:46. Everybody Wants to Go to Heaven" (Don Nix) – 4:20. Going Back to Iuka" (Don Nix) – 3:58.
Complete your Albert King collection. This is actually a contemporary issue, licensed from Stax, of King, Does The King's Things. Different title but exact same track listing. Reply Notify me Helpful.
Album by Albert King. Hound Dog. That's All Right. All Shook Up. Jailhouse Rock.
More albums from Albert King: I’m In A Phone Booth, Baby by Albert King. Live Wire, Blues Power by Albert King. Thursday Night In San Francisco by Albert King. Lovejoy by Albert King. Montreux Festival by Albert King. San Francisco ’83 by Albert King. I’ll Play The Blues For You by Albert King. Born Under A Bad Sign by Albert King. View all albums . King, Does The King’s Things. By: Albert King (1969, Funk, Soul).
Albert King (April 25, 1923 – December 21, 1992) was an American blues guitarist and singer, and a major influence in the world of blues guitar playing. The Web's Largest Resource for. Music, Songs & Lyrics. A Member Of The STANDS4 Network.
In 1969, King performed live with the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra, forming what was called an 87-piece blues band. During the early Seventies, he recorded the album Lovejoy (1971) with a group of white rock singers and an Elvis Presley tribute album, Albert King Does the King's Things (1970). King continued to tour throughout the Seventies, and in June 1970, he joined the Doors onstage at a show in Vancouver, Canada.
Blues for Elvis: Albert King Does the King's Things. Blues for Elvis: Albert King Does the King's Things.