Albert King: An Interview
Steve Newton, Georgia Straight, The, 30 August 1990
THE INFLUENCE of the blues on British supergroups is well documented. The Stones, Zeppelin, Cream – they all lapped up the seminal works of people like Muddy Waters, Willie Dixon, and Howlin' Wolf. Across the sea in Ireland, a young guitarist named Gary Moore also picked up on the feel and technique of the blues, and his biggest idol was Albert King.
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