It Doesn't Take Much Gold To Be Valuable

Jimmy Jacobs fakeyjake@charter.net
Mon May 26 11:02:47 EDT 2008


That was nice.  I remember seeing a documentary (on A & E or Bravo, I
believe) about the Delta Blues Festival that had a segment with Albert doing
"As the Years Go Passing By" with, I think, Issac Hayes on B-3.  I believe
the title was something like "Delta 9-1-1".  I have searched for it on
Google and Amazon with no luck.  Anyone else recall seeing it?  Anyone know
if it was ever released on video or DVD?  

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Subject: It Doesn't Take Much Gold To Be Valuable

In this case, there is only 1 minute and 23 seconds worth, but it's high
grade...Albert King, with Hollywood Fats on 2nd guitar.
http://youtube.com/watch?v=sjIYZP37sr4
chuck

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