Ice Pickin'

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Ice Pickin'
Studio album by Albert Collins
Released 1978
Recorded By Freddie Breitberg at Curtom Studios, Chicago, Il.
Genre Blues
Length 36:48
Label ALCD 4713
Producer Bruce Iglauer, Richard McLeese & Dick Shurman
Albert Collins chronology
Alive & Cool
(1972)
Ice Pickin'
(1978)
Albert Collins and Barrelhouse live
(1979)
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Ice Pickin' is the sixth studio album released in 1978 by the blues man Albert Collins.

According to the inside cover of the album:

Albert King names Collins as his favorite guitarist, and John Lee Hooker declares, "I'm an Albert Collins freak!"

Personnel[edit]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Honey, Hush! (Talking Woman Blues)" (Lowell Fulson, Washington) - 04:28
  2. "When the Welfare Turns Its Back on You" (Lucious Porter Weaver, Sonny Thompson) - 05:26
  3. "Ice Pick" (Collins) - 03:08
  4. "Cold, Cold Feeling" (Jessie Mae Robinson) - 05:19
  5. "Too Tired" (Saul Bihari, Maxwell Davis, Johnny "Guitar" Watson) - 03:00
  6. "Master Charge" (Gwen Collins) - 05:12
  7. "Conversation with Collins" (Collins) - 08:52
  8. "Avalanche" (Collins) - 02:39

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