Along with B.B. and Albert, Freddie King was known as one of the "Three Kings of the Blues." And of the three, he's generally credited with having the greatest impact on rock. Eric Clapton, Keith Richards, Jeff Beck, Stevie Ray Vaughan and countless others have acknowledged a great debt to his brand of guitar playing and have covered his songs. As part of its continued restoration of classic Black Top blues albums, Shout! Factory is proud to make the award-winning Live At The Electric Ballroom, 1974 available to blues fans once again. First issued in 1996, the album contains a stellar concert- featuring such classics as "Hideaway," "Dust My Broom," and "Sweet Home Chicago"-recorded two years before his death, along with revealing taped interviews and King's only known acoustic recordings. Along with his classic early singles, this essential album rounds out the portrait of a hugely talented and influential blues master.