Watch the Power with Stops: Ex. 2b online guitar lesson by Andy Aledort from Kings of Blues & Rock Vol. 2: Albert King
Another essential Albert King technique involves multiple string bends: as illustrated right on beat one of bar 1 of the example, both the B and G strings are fretted with the fingertip of the ring finger, which is accomplished by first bending the B string and then catching the G string underneath the fretting finger. In this case, both strings are bent two whole steps, so you will have to put some muscle into it to achieve the desired effect. A great exercise is to practice all increments of bending from that same Bb note, and then do the same while fretting two and three strings simultaneously.