Albert Collins and the Icebreakers - Live Montreal 1983 Trailer (1983)
"Albert Collins And The Icebreakers - Live at Radio Quebec 1983"30 June 1983Factual, Music58 mins
Albert Collins (October 1, 1932 - 24 November 1993) was a blues guitarist, singer and African-American musician. He had many nicknames, such as "The Ice Man", "The Master of the Telecaster" and "The Razor Blade". The film features Albert Collins on a Quebec Radio production for Canadian TV in 1983.
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