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In , Primitive Radio Gods sampled the line "I've been downhearted baby, ever since the day we met" for the chorus of their single " Standing Outside a Broken Phone Booth with Money in My Hand ", which became a record chart hit. King also performed the song in both the Blues Brothers movie as well as on the movie soundtrack , along with a medley of other artists credited as "The Louisiana Gator Boys", a rival blues supergroup fronted by King's character, Malvern Gasperone. The Vintage Years Box set booklet.
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Retrieved July 2, Retrieved April 17, Singin' the Blues My Kind of Blues Indianola Mississippi Seeds James Toney expertly punctuates King's vocals with tasteful organ fills and indeed, whenever King is singing during this set; Toney's organ rises to compliment. Possibly the most valuable player, Toney also plays double duty, as King's bass player, Wilbur Freeman brother of Sonny is strangely absent from this gig, with Toney playing his bass parts on the organ's foot pedals.
Despite this challenge and the limited stage time, King and the band pour their heart into every performance.
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Johnny Winter would often emulate this style to greater success, but the refinement and tension control here is pure B. They continue into a slow vamp as King introduces the band members and gives a brief intro monologue to the most soulful number of the set, ""Please Accept My Love.
Almost diametrically opposite in lyric content, is the hot boogie-style "I'm Gonna Do What They Do To Me," one of King's many great ponderings on the battle between the sexes. Throughout this set, King's brilliant, inspired guitar playing defies easy categorization.