Written-By – Don Nix
Written-By – Freddie King
|3||Walking By Myself|
Written-By – Lane
|4||Same Old Blues|
Written-By – Don Nix
|5||Five Long Years|
Written-By – Eddie Boyd
|6||Key To The Highway|
Written-By – Bill Broonzy, Charles Segar
|7||Worried Life Blues|
Written-By – Big Maco
|8||Palace Of The King|
Written-By – Don Nix, Donald "Duck" Dunn, Leon Russell
|9||Dust My Broom|
Written-By – Elmore James
|10||Living On The Highway|
Written-By – Don Nix, Leon Russell
On front of the sleeve:
Stereo SW-8905 (different from the catalogue number as mentioned on the label!) or SHE-8905
Shelter Records with Superman egg logo without bar (see below)
There exist two copies, the original pressings have the red label with the "superman egg" logo without a bar across it. After a lawsuit about the Superman logo, the later editions were released with a black bar across this Superman logo.
On the label:
Superman egg logo without bar
Stereo SHE-8905 (SHE 1-8905 and SHE 2-8905)
Distributed by Capitol Records, Inc.
Title of A3 on the label, Worried My Life No More, differs from the title on the back of the sleeve, Worried Life Blues. The writer of this song on the label is Willie Dixon, while on the back of the sleeve it is Big Maco.
Title of B4 on the label, I'm Tore Down, differs from the title on the back of the sleeve, Tore Down. The writer of this song on the label is Sonny Thompson, while on the back of the sleeve it is Freddie King.
Recorded at Ter-Mar Chess Studios, Chicago
Remixed at Ardent Studios, Memphis
King sings and plays well, but neither the sidemen nor the material challenge him to scale significant heights. Part of the problem is that King himself wrote none of the songs, which are divided between Chicago blues standards and material supplied by Leon Russell and Don Nix. The entire album is included on the compilation King of the Blues. Track Listing. Freddie King. UMG от лица компании SPECIAL MARKETS SPM LatinAutor, UMPI, CMRRA, BMG Rights Management US, LLC, UMPG Publishing, BMI - Broadcast Music Inc. Ultimate Collection. Album 1970 10 Songs. Getting Ready. Freddie King Format: Audio CD. Please retry. He's my favorite blues artist, and this album is possibly his best, and possibly the most quintessentially Freddie. Read more. 4 people found this helpful. Freddie King - Getting Ready 1971. To favorites 4 Download album. Listen album. Band Name Freddie King. Album Name Getting Ready. Type Album. Дата релиза 1971. Лейблы The Right Stuff. Walking By Myself. I'm Tore Down. Palace Of The King. Buy this album. Узнать больше. Other productions from Freddie King. Texas Guitar Blues. Listen free to Freddie King Getting Ready. Same Old Blues, Dust My Broom and more. 10 tracks 36:35. Jump to navigation Jump to search. American blues guitarist and singer. Background information. Birth name. The company treated King as an important artist, flying him to Chicago to the former Chess studios to record the album Getting Ready and providing a lineup of top session musicians, including Russell. Three albums were made during this period, including blues classics and new songs, such as Going Down, written by Don Nix. Released April 1971. Same Old Blues Lyrics. Dust My Broom Lyrics. The album is an ensemble of an array of different styles: ranging from deep Texas Blues to touches of country church Gospel and hard sockin' Funk. Producers Don Nix & Sonny Thompson. Writers Don Nix & Sonny Thompson. Drums Chuck Blackwell. Complétez votre collection Freddie King. LP, Album. Shelter Records. en référence à Getting Ready. LP, Album, SHE-8905. Going Down , The famous song repopularized by grungy Eastbound and Down Tv show. The whole song is a guitar solo