Freddie King Top blues Songs (Live Videos)

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we have decided to give you some of the most beautiful songs by the American blues legend Freddie King, These songs have achieved many successes and prizes there are written by himself and there were other artists had written so I invite you to watch these songs and don't forget to share ur opinion with us and why not tell us whats ur favorite one at the comment section down.

Song 1

"Have You Ever Loved a Woman" is a blues song written by Billy Myles and first recorded by American blues artist Freddie King in 1960. The song is performed as a slow blues with King's vocal and guitar accompanied by a small combo of pianist Sonny Thompson, bassist Bill Willis, and drummer Phillip Paul.

When it was released by Federal Records in 1961, only the B-side to King's single, "You've Got to Love Her with a Feeling" reached the Billboard Hot 100 pop chart. The song was included on King's first album, Freddy King Sings, also issued by Federal in 1961.

Song 2

This song is by Freddie King and appears on the album Texas Cannonball (1974).

Song 3

"The Stumble" is a blues guitar instrumental composed and recorded by American blues artist Freddie King, for his 1961 album Let's Hide Away and Dance Away with Freddy King. It was released as the fourth single from this album in 1962.

 It is considered a blues classic and follows in a string of popular instrumentals recorded by King in the early 1960s, including "Hide Away", "San-Ho-Zay", and "Sen-Sa-Shun".

Song 4

Big Legged Woman by Freddie King was written by Israel Tolbert and was first released by Israel "Popper Stopper" Tolbert in 1970. Freddie King released it.

Song 5

"Sweet Home Chicago" is a blues standard first recorded by Robert Johnson in 1936. Although he is often credited as the songwriter, several songs have been identified as precedents.The song has become a popular anthem for the city of Chicago despite ambiguity in Johnson's original lyrics. Numerous artists have interpreted the song in a variety of styles.

All five of Chicago's sports teams have played the song at their games in one form or another.

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