Learn the amazing surf guitar techniques of some of the greatest surf guitar players of all time. And you will also learn the techniques they employ and about all the gear to get that trademark vintage surf tone.
I'm on Your Side is the fourth album by Jennifer Holliday, released in 1991. The song "I'm on Your Side", a cover version of an Angela Bofill hit, was released as a single, peaking at number 10 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks. The second single, "Love Stories" peaked at number 29 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks. Clive Davis the executive producer.
Of the Three 'Kings' of the blues (BB, Albert and Freddy), Freddy King is perhaps the least well known these days. He enjoyed cross-over success with the white rock audiences of the 70s (hitting with albums for Cotillion, RSO and Shelter and touring extensively - his 'live' LP for German label Crosscut is about the closest thing to heavy metal blues imaginable). Yet his death from hepatitis in 1976 robbed Freddy of the kind of acclaim that the current blues revival has given BB, Albert and John Lee Hooker. There was a time, though, in the mid-'60s when his singles were among the most influential in blues, particularly for British and European audiences. His instrumental singles Hideaway and Drivin' Sideways were issued on Sue and covered by every white blues group that knew what was really happening on the R&B scene. Those two sides plus classics like (The Welfare) Turns It's Back On You, See See Baby, The Stumble and San-Ho-Zay were covered by the likes of Eric Clapton, John Mayall, Peter Green, Albert Collins and Chicken Shack.