Written-By – G. Collins
- Engineer – Ian Taylor
- Engineer, Mixed By – Greg Archilla
- Executive-Producer – Hilton Weinberg
- Guitar, Vocals, Producer, Co-producer – Albert Collins
- Keyboards – Eddie Harsch
- Management – John Boncimino
- Mastered By – Joel Kerr, Tony Noe
- Mixed By [Assisted By] – Dan Pfeifer
- Organ – Charles Hodges
- Photography By – John Stoddart
- Producer, Co-producer – Jim Gaines
- Rhythm Guitar – Debbie Davies, Jack Holder, Mabon "Teenie" Hodges
- Tenor Saxophone – Arno Hecht
- Trombone – Bob Funk
- Trumpet – Hollywood Paul Litteral
HinweiseRecorded at Memphis Sound Productions, Beale Street, Memphis, TN and The Manor, Shipton on Cherwell, England.
Assisted Mixing at Memphis Sound.
Mastered at DB+, Valley Stream, NY.
Brass/Horn Players collectively credited/known as The Uptown Horns.
Kurzes IntroTravellin' South - Albert Collins. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Watch the video for Travellin' South from Albert Collins's Iceman for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. From The Album. Play album. Albert Collins October 1, 1932 - November 24, 1993 was a blues guitarist, singer and musician. He had many nicknames, such as The Ice Man, The Master of the Telecaster and The Razor Blade. Born in Leona, Texas, Collins was a distant relative of Lightnin' Hopkins and grew up learning about music and playing guitar. His family moved to Houston, Texas when he was seven. Throughout the 1940s and 1950s, he absorbed the blues sounds and styles from Texas, Mississippi and Chicago. From the Albert Collins album 'Live from Austin, TX' available now on CD and DVD: https. Travelin' South Live. Albert Collins. Live from Austin, in album Albert Collins - Iceman 1991. Albert Collins - Mr. Collins, Mr. Albert Collins - Iceman. Albert Collins - Don't Mistake Kindness For Weakness. Albert Collins - Travellin' South. Albert Collins - Put The Shoe On The Other Foot. Albert Collins - I'm Beginning To Wonder. Albert Collins - Head Rag. Albert Collins - The Hawk. Albert Collins - Blues For Gabe. Collins, Reprise. Iceman is the tenth and final studio album by Albert Collins, released in 1991 by Virgin Records under the sub-label Pointblank. This album was going to be his last studio record before his premature death in 1993 as a victim of lung cancer. All songs written by Albert Collins. Travelin' South. This song is by Albert Collins and appears on the album Iceman 1991. This song has been covered by Joe Bonamassa under the title Travellin' South. Travelin' south, tryin' to work my way back homeI said I'm headed south, tryin' to work my way back homeI'm so broken an' hungry, ain't no money for the telephone. Feet so tired, I think I'm gonna lay downI say my feets is so tired, ya'all, I think I'm gonna lay downI got another hundred miles, before I make the next town. Albert Collins Travellin' South. Artist: Albert Collins, Song: Travellin' South, Duration: 3:06, File type: mp3. Live '92'93. Point Blank
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