Albert Lee - Discography - Solo Albums

Solo Albums

  • Albert LeeBlack Claw/Country Fever
  • Poet And The One Man Band — Poet And The One Man Band LP(actually Heads Hands & Feet) (1969)
  • Heads Hands & Feet — Heads, Hands & Feet LP(1971)
  • Heads Hands & Feet — Tracks LP(1972)
  • Heads Hands & Feet — Let's Get This Show On The Road!
  • Heads Hands & Feet — Jack Daniels Rare Old No.7
  • Heads Hands & Feet — Old Soldiers Never Die LP(1973)
  • Heads Hands & Feet — Home From Home - The Missing Album LP(1968; unissued until 1995)
  • 1979 - Albert LeeHiding
  • 1982 - Albert Lee — Albert Lee
  • Albert Lee — Speechless
  • Albert Lee — Country Guitar Man (Re-release of "Old Soldiers Never Die" by Heads Hands & Feet)
  • Albert Lee — Gagged But Not Bound
  • 1982 - Albert Lee — Real Wild Child(It's the very same omonimus 1972's album, with a different tracklist order and an adtional song - "Ain't Got No Reason").
  • Albert Lee — That's All Right Mama
  • Albert Lee — Heartbreak Hill
  • Albert Lee — Road Runner
  • Albert Lee — Advanced Country Guitar (DVD)
  • Albert Lee — Master Session (DVD)
  • Albert Lee — Country Legend (DVD)
  • Albert Lee — Highlights (DVD)
  • Albert Lee — Guitar Heroes (DVD)
  • Albert Lee — Country Boy (DVD)
  • Albert Lee — Guitar Techniques (DVD)
  • Albert Lee & Hogan's Heroes — In Full Flight!
  • Albert Lee & Hogan's Heroes — Tear It Up
  • Albert Lee & Hogan's Heroes — In Between The Cracks
  • Albert Lee & Hogan's Heroes — Live In Paris (DVD)
  • Albert Lee & Hogan's Heroes — Like This
  • Albert Lee & Hogan's Heroes — Live at the Stazione Birra – Rome, 2009 (DVD)
  • Albert Lee — Tearing It Up, 2012 (AIX Blu-Ray)

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