The Nerdville Sessions: Revisited | Albert King

The Nerdville Sessions: Revisited | Albert King

Episode I: Revisited: Joe brings out 'Amos', his 1958 Gibson Flying V which is a great place to start when talking about the amazing Albert King.
Duration: 07:08

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