Legendary performer Albert King (1923-1992) brought together blues and rock guitar music in a whole new way. Early in 1968 his career took off when he became bluesman-in-residence for Bill Graham’s Fillmore West. He even played with the St. Louis Symphony and cut many records. The DVD entitled Stevie Ray Vaughn in Session with Albert King shows off his unique style and sound.
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