Born to Sing The Blues
Charlie Gillett, Record Mirror, 14 June 1969
COLLECTORS of rhythm and blues music are doomed to perpetual frustration, as they witness one white singer after another plundering the culture they love. Occasionally, they can feel some satisfaction, as when B. B. King, Albert King and now Albert Collins begin to make the kind of money their imitators have long been getting. And sometimes the collectors may acknowledge white rhythm and blues singers who are original and creative.
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