Freddie King

Freddie King (September 3, 1934 – December 28, 1976), thought to have been born as Frederick Christian in Gilmer, Texas, originally recording as Freddy King, and nicknamed "the Texas Cannonball", was an influential African-American blues guitarist and singer. He is often mentioned as one of "the Three Kings" of electric blues guitar, along with Albert King and B.B. King (though he was the youngest of the three). King's mother, Ella May King, and her brother, who both played the guitar, began teaching him to play at the age of six. Read more on Last.fm
Blue on Blues
The Sky Is Crying
That's What the Blues Is All About
Rainin' in California
I'll Play the Blues for You
Stormy Monday
I Get Evil
Mojo Boogie
Please Accept My Love
Hey Baby
Going Down
Rock Me Baby
Bossa Nova and Blues
(I'd Love to) Make Love to You
You're Barkin' Up the Wrong Tree
It Hurts to Be in Love
You Walked In
The Bossa Nova Watusi Twist
Is My Baby Mad at Me
Someday, After Awhile (You'll Be Sorry)
One Hundred Years
Bossa Nova Blues
The Welfare (Turns It's Back on You)
Walk Down That Aisle (Honey Chile)
Freddy King Gives You a Bonanza of Instrumentals
Manhole
Freeway 75
Low Tide
The Sad Nite Owl
Funnybone
Nickleplated
King‐A‐Ling
Surf Monkey
Freddy's Midnite Dream
Fish Fare
Cloud Sailin'
Remington Ride
The Texas Cannonball
Lowdown in Lodi
Reconsider Baby
Big-Legged Woman
I'd Rather Be Blind
Can't Trust Your Neighbor
You Was Wrong
How Many More Years
Ain't No Sunshine
The Sky Is Crying
Love Her With a Feeling
Somebody's Got to Go
Pulpwood
That's All Right
The Same Thing
Tore Down
Dust My Broom
Palace of the King
Living in the Palace of the King
Please Accept My Love
Shake Your Booty Baby
Mojo Boogie
Big Legged Woman
Hey Baby
Look on Yonder Wall
Woman Across the River
Have You Ever Loved a Woman
Rock Me Baby
Boy-Girl-Boy
Do the President Twist
I Got a Notion
Know What You're Doing
You Can't Hide
What Makes You So Cold
Puddentane
(Let Your Love) Watch Over Me
I'm a Woman (But I Don't Talk Too Much)
Waste No More Tears
It's Easy Child
I Know
Why Don't You Come on Home
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
Pack It Up
My Credit Didn't Go Through
I Got the Same Old Blues
Only Getting Second Best
Texas Flyer
Pulp Wood
She's a Burglar
Sugar Sweet
I Had a Dream
Come On (Let the Good Times Roll)
Texas Cannonball
Lowdown in Lodi
Reconsider Baby
Big Legged Woman
Me and My Guitar
I’d Rather Be Blind
Can't Trust Your Neighbor
You Was Wrong
How Many More Years
Ain’t No Sunshine
The Sky Is Crying
Woman Across the River
Woman Across the River
(I'm Your) Hoochie Coochie Man
The Danger Zone
Boogie Man
Leave My Woman Alone
Just a Little Bit
Yonder Wall
Help Me Through the Day
I'm Ready
Trouble in Mind
You Don't Have to Go
Getting Ready...
Dust My Broom
Worried Life Blues
Five Long Years
Key to the Highway
Walking by Myself
Tore Down
Gimme Some Lovin'
Send Me Someone to Love
Freddie King Is a Blues Master
Play It Cool
That Will Never Do
It’s Too Late, She’s Gone
Blue Shadows
Today I Sing the Blues
Get Out of My Life, Woman
Hideaway
Funky
Hot Tomato
Wide Open
Sweet Thing
Let Me Down Easy
Freddy King Sings
See See Baby
Lonesome Whistle Blues
Takin' Care of Business
Have You Ever Loved a Woman
You Know That You Love Me (But You Never Tell Me So)
I Love the Woman
Let Me Be (Stay Away From Me)
It's Too Bad Things Are Going So Tough
You've Got to Love Her With a Feeling
If You Believe (In What You Do)
You Mean, Mean Woman (How Can Your Love Be True)