Live at Monterey by Bullseye at Public Sounds. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. Memphis's Jimmy King had to drop the ''little'' he used to carry before his name, because this scalding 1999 concert--fired by his eloquent guitar and
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Memphis's Jimmy King had to drop the "little" he used to carry before his name, because this scalding 1999 concert--fired by his eloquent guitar and soul-dipped voice--proves he's become a big talent. Live tracks are supplemented by four high-energy studio cuts from 1994 with the Memphis Horns cranking up the greasy-funk factor. But the real excitement here is in the live tunes, especially a stone-chiseled "Drowning on Dry Land," on which Jimmy chokes and bends the fat, soaring notes of his Gibson Flying V in raw homage to his late mentor, Albert King. Jimmy's even learned to sing a little like Albert, taking his time and finishing every slow phrase with the same kind of hang-in-the-air vibrato he applies to his bold six-stringing. Instrumental opener "The Ghetto" benefits from Jimmy's heavy wah-wah attack, and young King keeps his guitar tone loud and roaring even when he's handling dance-beat workouts from the pen of his hometown hero, Willie Mitchell. King smoothes things out a bit for the prickly solo in "It Ain't the Same No Mo" that ends the concert with a flourish, wedding Santana's Latin inflections with Stevie Ray Vaughan's arching tone. But for the most part, it's plain that King likes to play rough. --Ted Drozdowski
NR (Not Rated)
5.5 x 0.25 x 5.5 inches
4.97 x 0.54 x 5.55 inches
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