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  • YES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • King Curtis certainly had a lot of respect in the music industry. His collaborations were legendary. Everyone from The Coasters to Bobby Darin, Buddy Holly, Aretha Franklin and John Lennon, just to name a few. Great sax!
  • I love them on late '60s and early '70s on 7"s...
  • nice....soul twist
  • Fantastic!
  • would love to have something with them together
  • all of your comments are right on...Curtis and Duane Allman were great friends, that says it all to me. Both taken way too early.
  • "This Is Instant Groove"
  • Withnail & I
  • Gut-bustin' big tenor man... King Curtis. Taken from this world much too soon. All you gotta do is settle into "Tanya" ah... that's it. More people should listen to King Curtis that like the saxophone, I think sometimes people hear certain "names" and don't look or listen any further. Missing the immense expressiveness of the horn, not watered down or background, but in your face, power!
  • Sweet sax that's not afraid to kick your ass
  • wow
  • This man is criminally overlooked and forgotten. Live at Fillmore West is one of the best live albums I've ever heard in my life. There is no weak points... It's a shame how he died.
  • Live at Fillmore west is the most wonderful experience of my life so far.
  • live at fillmore west - towering genius :)

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