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B.B. King - B.B.King Volume 2 album download

Performer: B.B. King
Title: B.B.King Volume 2
Country: UK
Size MP3 version: 1826 mb
Size FLAC version: 1706 mb
Size WMA version: 1622 mb
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Genre: Blues

B.B. King - B.B.King Volume 2 album download


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Recorded at King Tubbys Studio, 18 Drumillie Av. Kingston, Jamaica. Produced by P. Perch for Moa Anbessa.

Don't You Lie to Me" (Hudson Whittaker). I Wonder Why" (William Preston, George Johnson). I Just Wanna Make Love to You" (Willie Dixon). Your Lovin' Turned Me On" (Riley King, Esmond Edwards). Slow and Easy" (Earl Randle). Got My Mojo Working" (Preston Foster). Walking in the Sun" (Jeff Barry). Mother Fuyer" (Traditional; arranged and adapted by Riley King). The Same Love That Made Me Laugh" (Bill Withers).

Riding with the King. Now Appearing at Ole Miss.

True, this 1973 vintage best-of album covers a ridiculously slim wedge of time in the blues king's long career. Yet this period was quite significant, for it marks the crest of . King's initial entry into the pop music mass market - and this album surfs succinctly, if not comprehensively, over the high points of his turn-of-the-decade winning streak.

King – Highlights of . King, Vol. 1 (The Thrill Is Gone, Sweet Little Angel and more). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at Last. B. King (b. September 16, 1925 in Itta Bena, Mississippi; died May 14, 2015 in Las Vegas) was a . blues guitarist and songwriter. He is among the most respected electric guitarists; Rolling Stone magazine ranked him third in its list of the hundred greatest guitarists of all time. Born as Riley B. King, he began broadcasting his music live on a Memphis radio station called WDIA. At first, he used the name The Peptikon Boy on air, which later was changed to The Beale Street Blues Boy, and then further shortened to just Blues Boy or .

Tracklist

A1 I've Got A Right To Love My Baby
A2 What A Way To Go
A3 Long Nights
A4 Feel Like A Mellon
A5 I'll Survive
B1 Good Man Gone Bad
B2 If I Lost You
B3 You're On Top
B4 Partin Time
B5 I'm King

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
NW 6005 B.B. King B.B.King Volume 2 ‎(LP, Comp, Ste) New World NW 6005 UK 1972