Born Under A Bad Sign
Electric blues classic originally released on Stax. Featuring Booker T & The MG's!

Born Under A Bad Sign

Albert King

€ 27,95
  • LP
Concord Records
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Born Under a Bad Sign is the second compilation album by American blues musician Albert King, originally released in August 1967 by Stax Records

It features eleven electric blues songs that were recorded from March 1966 to June 1967, throughout five different sessions. King played with two in-house bands: Booker T. & the M.G.'s and the Memphis Horns. Although the album failed to reach any music chart, it did receive positive reviews from music critics and is often cited as one of the greatest blues albums ever made

Born Under a Bad Sign influenced many guitarists, including Eric Clapton, Mike Bloomfield, Jimi Hendrix, and Stevie Ray Vaughan

Born Under a Bad Sign has been recognized by several music institutions, and has been inducted into the Blues Foundation Hall of Fame, the Grammy Hall of Fame, and the National Recording Registry.



  • 1.Born Under A Bad Sign02:46
  • 2.Crosscut Saw02:33
  • 3.Kansas City02:31
  • 4.Oh, Pretty Woman02:48
  • 5.Down Don't Bother Me02:09
  • 6.The Hunter02:43
  • 7.Funk-shun02:30


  • 1.I Almost Lost My Mind03:28
  • 2.Personal Manager04:27
  • 3.Laundromat Blues03:18
  • 4.As The Years Go Passing By03:47
  • 5.The Very Thought Of You03:46
  • 6.Overall Junction02:19


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