Cold Snap - Albert Collins

Cold Snap

Albert Collins

  • Genre: Blues
  • Release Date: 1986-09-01
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 9

  • ℗ 1986 Alligator Records


Title Artist Time
Cash Talkin' (The Workingman's Albert Collins 4:30
Bending Like a Willow Tree Albert Collins 4:23
A Good Fool Is Hard to Find Albert Collins 4:17
Lights Are On but Nobody's Hom Albert Collins 6:58
I Ain't Drunk Albert Collins 4:07
Hooked On You Albert Collins 4:24
Too Many Dirty Dishes Albert Collins 6:52
Snatchin' It Back Albert Collins 3:34
Fake I.D. Albert Collins 3:47


  • Great one from the Iceman

    By staticv0id
    From the Iceman himself, a most excellent album. Every track is a great one. "I'm Just Drinkin'" is a blues classic. "Too Many Dirty Dishes" is my favorite, listening to him clean them dishes up.
  • I Ain't Drunk--" I'm Just Drinkin"

    By 2nd coming of the Sword of Damocles
    My Favorite Albert Collins album, All 9 tunes are great. love that Hammond B-3 thats the sound of the blues and good old rock & roll
  • The Blues can be fun, too!

    By Kansas City T-bone
    Buy this album! Whether you a a hardened blues fan or relative newbie to this genre, Collins delivers a must have album in Cold Snap. He mixes styles and grooves, so the album doesn't get stuck in a 12-bar rut. His guitar work is a joy to hear and his vocals are strong. Also, he employs the Tower of Power horns on a few tracks, providing a power surge without being excessive. I love his underlying sense of humor, especially in tracks 3 and 5. Even though the title of track #7 might seem humorous, the song is one of the best example of what blues can be. Collin's guitar work ranges from sound effects to tell the story to soaring and hard-edged solos full of pain. The horns come in and energetically drive the song home. A sidenote: you might recognize Mr. Collins from his uncredited cameo in the film Adventures in Babysitting when he inspired Elisabeth Shue's character and her charges to improvise a blues song to escape. I wore out the vinyl album of this when it came out and was so happy to find it on iTunes. My daily commute just got a lot better!
  • The Iceman

    By Sword Of Damocles
    The master of the telecaster, The greatest texas blues man ever to live and this is his finest album. I aint drunk I'm just drinking.
  • Cold Snap

    By Fellchase
    Let the young kids holler out their ballads.. But let Albert play the blues. Smoother than other Albert stuff. You'll like it.
  • Great funky blues from the "Ice Man" !

    By CoolFreeHardBop3
    I wore this one out in '86 and '87. Buy it! Peace.
  • Great Blues

    By 5150Bluesman
    This is one of the best blues albums ever .Every blues fan should own it !!!!