FREDDIE KING: Going Down At Onkel Po’s (2CD)

Even though he died over 38 years ago, Freddie King’s legend continues to grow. His highly emotional propulsive playing that fused blues, soul and rock paved the way for multiple generations of soulful string benders. Freddie is a member of both the blues and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and was listed at #25in Rolling Stone’s Top 100 Guitarists of All Time.

The man with the killer guitar face, Freddie King nicknamed “The Texas Cannonball”, for his imposing build, unique guitar attack and incendiary live shows.Rock Beats’ “Going Down At Onkel Po’s” treats the listener to one of those incendiary never before released live performance from Onkel Po’s, Hamburg,Germany in 1975 featuring blues standards like “Sweet Home Chicago”, “Stormy Monday” and signature King songs such as “Have You Ever Loved a Woman,” showcasing the powerhouse guitarist at the height of his creative power.We search the murky back waters for gems and this is one!

There are times you hear that electric lead-guitar style, with the bent notes - The Freddie vibe!You’re not imagining things... Freddie was that good! Smokin’ hot! One listen blows y’all away!Cover artwork designed by illustrator William Stout, internationally renowned as one of the first rock “n” roll bootleg cover artists. William has also designed legitimate album covers for The Who, The Beach Boys, Ramones, The Firesign Theater and The Smithereens.