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''Riding with the King'' was singer-songwriter John Hiatt's sixth album, released in 1983. It was his second of three albums with Geffen Records. Ron Nagle and Scott Mathews (credited as "Scott Matthews") produced side one of the album at The Pen in San Francisco, with Mathews himself playing all instruments (except guitar) and all the background vocals. The second side of the album was produced by Nick Lowe at Eden Studios in London with a group of crack pub rock musicians backing Hiatt. The album's title track was taken from an odd dream Scott Mathews had (although he was never credited as a co-writer) and would later be covered by B.B. King and Eric Clapton on their album of the same name.

Riding With The King
Label: Reprise
Release Date: 2008-10-28
Duration: 61:19


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Song Title       Time
1Riding With The King    04:24
2Ten Long Years    04:40
3Key To The Highway    03:40
4Marry You    05:00
5Three O'Clock Blues    08:37
6Help The Poor    05:06
7I Wanna Be    04:46
8Worried Life Blues    04:26
9Days Of Old    03:00
10When My Heart Beats Like A Hammer    07:10
11Hold On I'm Coming    06:19
12Come Rain Or Come Shine    04:11