The Iceman At Mount Fuji
Like no other electric blues guitarist of his generation, Albert Collins illuminated a stage with incandescent energy whenever he plugged his lethat Telecaster into an amp and let fly with his frigid, minor-key-laced licks. The Texas-born Collins, whose seminal early recorded output included the icy instrumentals "Defrost", "Sno-Cone", and his signature workout "Frosty", had a bone-cutting sound that was immediately identifiable as his alone. The Master of the Telecaster's two triumphany performances at the 1992 Mt. Fuji Jazz Festival underscore this bone-cutting brilliance. On "The Iceman At Mount Fuji", backed by his Icebreakers, Collins rocks the house with the blazing "If You Love Me Like You Say", "Honey Hush", "Put The Shoe On The Other Foot", his immortal "Frosty" and plenty more, mesmerizing the throngs attending the outdoor festival day and night.
Special DVD features include: Dolby Digital Stereo, Previously Unreleased Material, Extensive Bio.
The DVD includes the songs from the Day Performance "Iceman", "Put The Shoe On The Other Foot", "Light's Are On But Nobody's Home", "If You Love Me Like You Say", "Same Old Thing" and "Travelin' South", and from the Evening Performance "Iceman", "Put The Shoe On The Other Foot", "Light's Are On But Nobody's Home", "Honey Hush", "Same Old Thing" and "Frosty".