A report on The Blues Don't Change

Album by American blues musician Albert King.

- The Blues Don't Change

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Dunn in 2007

Donald "Duck" Dunn

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American bass guitarist, session musician, record producer, and songwriter.

American bass guitarist, session musician, record producer, and songwriter.

Dunn in 2007
Dunn (left), Guy Sebastian (center) and Steve Cropper (right) on tour in Australia with the Memphis Tour

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

Al Jackson Jr.

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American drummer, producer, and songwriter.

American drummer, producer, and songwriter.

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

King in 1978

Albert King

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American blues guitarist and singer whose playing influenced many other blues guitarists.

American blues guitarist and singer whose playing influenced many other blues guitarists.

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

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

Allen Jones (record producer)

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American record producer and songwriter.

American record producer and songwriter.

Jones produced several albums for Albert King (including I'll Play the Blues for You, The Blues Don't Change and I Wanna Get Funky), and became the producer and manager for the Bar-Kays.

Hall in 2007

Willie Hall (drummer)

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American drummer best known for his work with Isaac Hayes and as a member of the Blues Brothers band.

American drummer best known for his work with Isaac Hayes and as a member of the Blues Brothers band.

Hall in 2007

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