King in 1978
King at Fillmore East, October 1968, with his Gibson Flying V guitar. Photo: Grant Gouldon
King in Chicago, 1981

The Blues Don't Change is an album by American blues musician Albert King.

- The Blues Don't Change

During his tenure at Stax, he became one of the most influential drummers in the history of recorded music, providing an instantly recognizable backbeat behind the label's artists, including Rufus Thomas, Carla Thomas, Eddie Floyd, Sam & Dave, Otis Redding and blues guitarist Albert King (whose work Jackson also produced).

- Al Jackson Jr.

Al Jackson Jr. – drums

- The Blues Don't Change

Produced by Al Jackson Jr., King with Booker T. & the MGs recorded dozens of influential sides, such as "Crosscut Saw" and "As the Years Go Passing By".

- Albert King

The Blues Don't Change (Stax Records, 1974)

- Al Jackson Jr.

The Pinch, also known as The Blues Don't Change (1977)

- Albert King
King in 1978

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