Personnel: Freddie King (vocals, guitar); Don Preston (guitar); Leon Russell (piano); John Gallie (organ); Carl Radle, Donald "Duck" Dunn (bass); Chuck Blackwell, Jim Gordon, Al Jackson (drums).
Producers: Leon Russell, Denny Cordell.
Reissue producer: Tom Cartwright.
Recorded at Ardent Studios, Memphis, Tennessee on February 26-27, 1972 and Skyhill Studios, Los Angeles, California on February 2-4, 1972. Includes liner notes by Bill Dahl.
Texas blues guitar wizard Freddie King was a major influence on Eric Clapton and many of the British blues-rockers--his sleek, stinging tone was like no other. He performs an eclectic array of cover versions on 1972's TEXAS CANNONBALL, including songs by Bill Withers, Isaac Hayes, Howlin' Wolf, and Leon Russell, and gets sturdy musical support from several musicians who also played with Clapton in the '70s.
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