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Freddy Robinson - At The Drive-In download album

  • Performer: Freddy Robinson
  • Album: At The Drive-In
  • FLAC: 1762 mb | MP3: 1561 mb
  • Released: 1972
  • Country: US
  • Style: Soul-Jazz, Rhythm & Blues, Soul
  • Rating: 4.5/5
  • Votes: 177
Freddy Robinson - At The Drive-In download album

At The Drive-In (Album Version).

Freddy Robinson ‎– At The Drive-In. Label: Enterprise ‎– ENS 1025.

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At The Drive-In ‎(LP, Album). Enterprise, Enterprise. At The Drive-In ‎(CD, Album, RE).

It's rather hard to get a handle on this phase of Robinson's career - there's some reasonably lowdown blues with the guitarist speaking the lyrics as much as singing them here, but he was mainly a jazz musician by then.

on At the Drive In. Videos. Freddy Robinson: Bluesology (tracks 12-20). Freddie Robinson Bluesology. Freddy Robinson - Good Feeling. Freddy Robinson - The Coming Atlantis (1969). Freddy Robinson - Hot Fun in The Summertime (1971) (Full Album). Freddy Robinson - Papa Ain& Salty - with the John Mayall Band 1973.

Freddy Robinson: Hot Fun In The Summertime @ youtube (full album) - Caprice's Green Grass - Moonglow - I Want To Hold Your Hand - Hot Fun In The Summertime - Someday We'll Be Together - Becky's Rainbow @ youtube - The Creeper rec. 1970 in Los Angeles; Freddy Robinson, g; unknown, p; Henry Franklin, ac b; Wilton Felder, el b; Paul Humphrey, dr; Al Vescovo, g; Bobby Bryant, Freddy Hill, tps; Tom Scott, as; Bill Green, sx; poss. Freddy Robinson: Bluesology - Bluesology - I Found My Soul Last Night - At The Drive-In - Off The Cuff - Medicine Man - The River's Invitation - Changing Dreams - Try It One Time - Georgia On My Mind - You're On My Side - I Remember - Here Comes Your Good Thang @ youtube (tracks 12-20) - House Hunting - After Hours - The Creeper - Sister Hot Pants - Treat Her Like A Lady

In a career spanning 50 years, the guitarist Freddy Robinson, who has died of cancer aged 70, played with Ray Charles, Bobby "Blue" Bland, Howlin' Wolf, Little Walter and dozens of lesser-known artists in blues and R&B. Thanks to an early exposure to jazz, he graduated from the ranks of "ear" players to more sophisticated musical company, but he retained an. affection for his past and a pride in his early work  . At the Drive-In and Off the Cuff were attractive albums that might have drawn more attention had Stax not gone out of business, leaving a third album unreleased for 25 years. In 1975 Robinson embraced the Nation of Islam.

Freddy Robinson (guitar, electric) - 1939 - 2009 :: Abu Talib (born as Fred Leroy Robinson and previously known as Freddie or Freddy Robinson; was an African American blues and jazz guitarist, singer, and harmonica player. Freddy converted to Islam in 1975 and changed his name to Abu Talib. In the early 1970s, he worked with English blues bandleader John Mayall, playing on the album Jazz Blues Fusion, and recorded LPs with trumpeter Blue Mitchell. He also recorded two albums in his own name - At The Drive In and Off The Cuff, on which he was supported by Joe Sample and Wilton Felder of the Crusaders - for Enterprise, a subsidiary of Stax Records. He also worked with Earl Gaines and Jimmy Rogers in the 1950s and 1960s, Monk Higgins and Stanley Turrentine in the 1970s, and Bobby Bland in the 1980s.

Freddy Robinson (Freddie Robinson, Abu Talib, Feb 24, 1939 - Oct 8, 2009). Freddy or Freddie (it is spelled both ways on the album covers) Robinson's trek from Mississippi to Arkansas, Los Angeles, Chicago and Memphis before becoming a Muslim and changing his name to Abu Talib is well documented. Though he did not entirely drop out of the music business, he did lapse into obscurity. Half of these sessions, originally from the LPs At the Drive-In and Off the Cuff for the Stax affiliate Enterprise label, were ostensibly his swan songs  . Tracklist: 01. Bluesology 02. I Found My Soul Last Night 03. At The Drive-In 04. Off the Cuff 05. Medicine Man 06.

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A1 I Found My Soul Last Night 4:05
A2 At The Drive-In 3:49
A3 Wonder What It Is 4:12
A4 Bluesology 6:14
B1 It's The Real Thing 7:57
B2 Sweet Clara 6:00
B3 Miss Black America 3:02
B4 Creepin' Lightly 6:30

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  • Recorded At – United Artists Recording Studio
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Stax Records


  • Art Direction – David Krieger
  • Bass – Wilton Felder
  • Congas, Percussion – Bobbie Hall*
  • Creative Director [Creative Direction] – Larry Shaw, Ron Gorden
  • Drums – Harold Mason
  • Drums, Percussion – Paul Humphrey
  • Engineer – Christina Hersch
  • Guitar – Al Vescovo*
  • Organ, Arranged By – Monk Higgins
  • Photography By – Joel Brodsky
  • Piano, Organ – Joe Sample
  • Producer – Alex Brown, Monk Higgins
  • Vocals – Alex Brown, Clydie King, Vanetta Fields*
  • Vocals, Guitar, Harmonica – Freddy Robinson*


(P) 1972 Stax Records, Inc.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
ENS 1025, ENS-1025 Freddy Robinson* At The Drive-In ‎(LP, Album) Enterprise, Enterprise ENS 1025, ENS-1025 US 1972
PCD-5116 Freddy Robinson* At The Drive-In ‎(CD, Album, RE) P-Vine Records PCD-5116 Japan 1996
ENS 1025, ENS-1025 Freddy Robinson* At The Drive-In ‎(LP, Album) Enterprise, Enterprise ENS 1025, ENS-1025 US 1972
ENS 1025 Freddy Robinson* At The Drive-In ‎(LP, Album) Enterprise ENS 1025 US 1972
2325 085 Freddie Robinson At The Drive-In ‎(LP) Stax 2325 085 UK 1972