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Sweet Little Angel - B.B. King - Singin The Blues/The Blues (CD)

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  1. May 20,  · Not sure if the album "Blues 'N' Jazz" is available on CD but this album on MCA does not get a lot of attention and is one of my favorites. It sets B.B. King in more of a jazz and jump blues setting than usual. This was the album that Calvin Owens, B.B. 's band leader for many years, had been pushing him to make.
  2. Singin' the Blues/The Blues. Two great original Crown albums from the '50s appear on one import CD, including most of King's Top Ten R&B hits from the period: "3 O'Clock Blues," "Please Love Me," "You Upset Me Baby," "You Know I Love You," "Woke Up This Morning," and "Sweet Little Angel," plus one of his best, "Crying Won't Help Yo.
  3. Artist information Sort name: King, B.B. Type: Person Gender: Male Born: Born in: Berclair, Mississippi, United States Died: (aged 89) Died .
  4. Oct 31,  · Singin' the Blues / The Blues, a Compilation of songs by B.B. King. Released in on Virgin (catalog no. 7 2 7 V; CD).4/5(18).
  5. B.B. KING: Ace ABOXCD 8: The Vintage Years CD $ The long awaited B.B. King box set is finally available featuring a cross section of B.B.'s seminal recordings made for the Modern group of labels between 19when he moved to ABC.
  6. In the mids, while B.B. was performing at a dance in Twist, Arkansas, a few fans became unruly. Two men got into a fight and knocked over a kerosene stove, setting fire to the hall. B.B. raced outdoors to safety with everyone else, then realized that he left his beloved $30 acoustic guitar inside, so he rushed back inside the burning building to retrieve it, narrowly escaping death.
  7. Apr 11,  · B.B. King's first tracks were cut for Bullet Records in , but he cut his first two albums for the RPM/Kent label. These two albums, which are brought together on one CD, were originally released in 19respectively, and they still stand proudly as B.B. King's best and bluesiest.
  8. This collection of The King of Blues is excellent. From his beginnings in until the last CD in you can hear his definite improvement in his playing on 'Lucille'. I like to put in any one of the 4 CD's and come back in a day or so and listen to a different one. Truly worth the money and he is the King of the Blues. I miss him/5(36).

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