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  1. 14 de ago. de 2009 · Truckin' With Albert Collins - Recorded in Houston, Texas, 1962-'63 Released in 1965. Originally released as "The Cool Sound Of Albert Collins"

  2. Aaron Corthen, better known as A.C. Reed (May 9, 1926 – February 24, 2004) [1] was an American blues saxophonist, closely associated with the Chicago blues scene from the 1940s into the 2000s. Biography Reed was born in Wardell, Missouri, and grew up in southern Illinois. He took his stage name from his friend Jimmy Reed. [2]

  3. Track listing. "Get to Gettin'" ( Big Walter Price) – 3:12. "My Mind Is Trying to Leave Me" ( Percy Mayfield) – 7:42. "Broke" (Chuck Higgins) – 4:12. "Don't Lose Your Cool" (Collins) – 4:39. "When a Guitar Plays the Blues" (Harvard Hables, Roy Lee Johnson) – 5:12. "But I Was Cool" ( Oscar Brown, Jr. [5]) – 3:09. "Meltdown ...

  4. 20 de ene. de 2017 · Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group Don't Lose Your Cool · Albert Collins Collins Mix ℗ 1993 Virgin Records Limited Released on: 1993-01-01 Producer, Associated Performer, Vocals ...

  5. 1981 — US. Vinyl —. LP, Album, Stereo. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the 1983 Vinyl release of "Don't Lose Your Cool" on Discogs.

  6. 31 de ago. de 2018 · Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group Don't Lose Your Cool · Albert Collins Truckin' With Albert Collins ℗ A Geffen Records Release; ℗ 1963 UMG Recordings, Inc. Released on: 1969-01-01 ...

  7. Photography By – Michael Weinstein Producer – Albert Collins, Bruce Iglauer, Dick Shurman Tenor Saxophone – A.C. Reed Tenor Saxophone, Alto Saxophone – Abb Locke, Dino Spells Notes Recorded and Mixed at Red Label Recording, Winnetka, Illinois. Portions of the liner notes are based on an article written by Don McLeese for the Chicago Reader.