Whole Lotta Love - B.B. King - Why I Sing The Blues (CD)


Download Whole Lotta Love - B.B. King - Why I Sing The Blues (CD)
2007
Label: Musica Jazz - MJCD 1190 • Format: CD Compilation • Country: Italy • Genre: Blues • Style: Electric Blues


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  1. Whole Lotta Love. 9. Everyday I Have The Blues. Sneakin' Around (With You) - Digital Remaster. Why I Sing The Blues. Everything I Do Is Wrong. The Woman I Love. Jump With You Baby. Join the B.B. King Mailing List.
  2. Instead B.B.'s running through old time rock 'n' roll and jump blues with characteristic charm. King has had one of the longest, most varied careers of any bluesman, and as this collection proves, he's as adept at boogie-woogie as he is at soul and electric blues.
  3. James Cotton, for example, blows some serious harp on "Whole Lotta Love" and is accompanied by both Joe Louis Walker on vocals and Alvin Youngblood Hart on acoustic guitar. Overall, the recording falls far short of it's objective. Blues fans, if they haven't done so already, will not embrace Led Zeppelin as a result of the performances on this /5(11).
  4. Anthology (5-CD) by B.B. King - CD () for $ from propzapshenscitcolldont.koszhoffcomptaspcensearaversimpconfforchoi.co Blues - Order by Phone /5(7).
  5. The final CD, "King of the Blues," puts the spotlight on his later recordings for the label, in which his sound was maturing into something more urbanely soulful, though "Fishin' After Me" (aka "Catfish Blues") sounds like a Howlin' Wolf track with a typically smooth B.B. King .
  6. Got The Blues: Take A Swing With Me: B.B. Boogie: Don't You Want A Man Like Me: Fine Looking Woman: She's Dynamite: Three O'Clock Blues: That Ain't The Way To Do It: You Know I Love You: Woke Up This Morning: Please Love Me: Blind Love: The Woman I Love: Whole Lotta' Love.
  7. Label: Flair - 8 2 7,Virgin - 8 2 7 • Format: CD Compilation, Mono • Country: US • Genre: Blues • Style: Electric Blues B.B. King - Do The Boogie! Early 50s Classics (, CD) | Discogs.
  8. Overview. B.B. King's first charting single, "3 O'Clock Blues," reached No. 1 on the Billboard R&B charts in He charted further No. 1 singles on various Billboard R&B charts with "You Know I Love You," "Please Love Me" and "You Upset Me Baby." Between 19he had 10 top 10 hits on the R&B chart, including "Sweet Sixteen," "Chains And Things," "I Like To Live the Love.

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