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Sweet Thing - B.B. King - Four Classic Albums (CD)

  1. Gozuru

    Feb 15,  · Eric Clapton and B.B. King - Riding with the King. Another amazing combination of guitar legends, Eric Clapton and B.B. King released their collaborative album in .
  2. Tull

    AVID Roots continues with its Four Classic Blues album series with a re-mastered 2CD release by lumrenelijalecrepepesiterdio.coinfo complete with original artwork and liner notes. 'Singin' The Blues'; 'lumrenelijalecrepepesiterdio.coinfo Wails'; 'The Blues' and 'My Kind Of Blues'; To most of us music fans living in the 21st century, lumrenelijalecrepepesiterdio.coinfo was the 'real thing', the epitome of the 'Blues Man', a /5(10).
  3. Fenriktilar

    Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about B.B. King - Live At The Regal at Discogs. Complete your B.B. King collection.
  4. Fenribei

    The recent 10 cd box set Ladies and Gentleman, Mr B.B. King, is a fitting tribute to a man who has had the longest recording career of any Blues artist. It highlights the many and varied albums.
  5. Fenrikus

    Often with B.B. King, fans are split between Live in Cook County Jail and Live at the Regal, both being classic blues albums and excellent performances by Mr. King. My personal favorite is still Live at the Regal simply because of the larger backing band and I feel B.B. gives a stronger vocal performance, but that isn't a diss on Live in Cook /5().
  6. Salar

    May 31,  · B.B. King, ‘Live in Cook County Jail’ they made “Loan Me a Dime” an FM-radio classic – more than 10 minutes of knockout blues pleading and wailing. King’s first album for the.
  7. Dajar

    Dec 17,  · This is a reissue of B.B. King - The Original Sweet Sixteen, originally released in on Kent. Previously released as B.B. King - Rock Me Baby /5(10).
  8. Dabar

    Sep 28,  · 5. Live in Cook County Jail by B.B. King ABC/later MCA (LP) Aside from being one of the greatest live albums ever, Live in Cook County Jail by B.B. King is as timeless and elegant as the music of Duke Ellington, recorded decades earlier. Whether knee deep in a ballad like “Darlin’ You Know I Love You,” or the powerful “The Thrill Is Gone,” King and company don’t miss a step.

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