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Cant You See What Youre Doing To Me - Albert Collins - Molten Ice (CD)


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  1. Don't Loose Your Cool (Vinyl) Albert Collins; Molten Ice Albert Collins; There's Gotta Be A Change (Vinyl) Albert Collins; Showdown! (With Robert Cray & Johnny Copeland) Albert Collins; Collins Mix: The Best Of Albert Collins; The Cool Sound Of Albert Collins (Special Edition) Albert Collins; Joe's Place - Cambridge, Ma, 17Th January
  2. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Molten Ice - Albert Collins on AllMusic - - Reissued domestically in , Molten Ice 6/
  3. Albert Collins song lyrics collection. Browse lyrics and Albert Collins albums. Can't You See What You're Doing To Me (Live) Listen Here! Mustang Sally (Live) Molten Ice. Blues Masters: Albert Collins. Albert Collins - Collins Shuffle, Live (Original Recordings).
  4. Apr 08,  · If you like Ashlee Simpson take family friendly music with technologically enhanced vocals all wrapped up in a pretty pink ribbon, then you might not like this CD. If, however, you like raw blues played by a talented musician, then you will appreciate this CD. This is Albert Collins in his early years, the Master of the Telecaster when he was a baby. Don't let the 5/5(2).
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  6. Albert Collins (October 1, — November 24, ) was a blues guitarist, singer and musician. He had many nicknames, such as "The Ice Man", "The Master of the Telecaster" and "The Razor Blade".Born in Leona, Texas, Collins was a distant relative of Lightnin' Hopkins and grew up learning about music and playing guitar/10().
  7. Conversation With Collins; $ on iTunes 8. Can't You See What You'Re Doing To Me; $ on iTunes 9. Frosty; $ on iTunes Get Your Business Straight [ Unknown Venue] Song previews provided courtesy of iTunes.
  8. Keeping up with his "Iceman" moniker, Albert Collins delivers with his fourth Alligator release Don't Lose Your defconttranwinssidi.specukarelolilangahanatislu.infoinfo title cut was one of his first instrumental hits back in the late '50s and here it's given a gritty, organ-driven workout à la one of his heroes and onetime collaborators, Jimmy defconttranwinssidi.specukarelolilangahanatislu.infoinfog on in this impressively diverse set, Collins revels in the humorous, spoken 8/

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