B.B. King - BB King's Greatest Hits flac album
Title: BB King's Greatest Hits
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King – BB King's Greatest Hits (Everyday I Have The Blues, Sweet Sixteen and more). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at Last. 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 . B. King (b. September 16, 1925 in Itta Bena, Mississippi; died May 14, 2015 in Las Vegas) was a . blues guitarist and songwriter.
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’s 10 Greatest Songs. In honor of the blues icon, the best songs from a career that spawned 75 R&B hits. The climax of King's 1969 album Live & Well - recorded with a studio band including Al Kooper on piano - is an understated but furious catalogue of the indignities of Black American history, from the Middle Passage to urban poverty, with an extra verse in which King (then in his early forties) laments how old he's getting. It's also got a more contemporary groove than many of his singles at the time: His old label, Kent Records, which he'd left in 1962, continued to score hits with their stockpile of his recordings as late as 1971.
King - His Definitive Greatest Hits (1999). King - His Definitive Greatest Hits (1999). s work for ABC in the mid-1960s (the label was later swallowed up by MCA), the compilation moves through . s cream-flared 70s output, then proceeds to sew up the 1980s. The title's promise is fulfilled within this given time-period, but King's first 15 recording years are missing, as are examples of his very successful 90s work.
BB King Greatest Hits Full Album 2017 - The Very Best Of BB King. Three O’Clock Blues (1951) It wasn't . King's first single - more like his ninth - but this cover. You Upset Me Baby (1954) King's fourth Number One R&B hit lurches into gear with a six-note. Every Day I Have the Blues (1955) King's rendition may have been outsold by the rival version. Sweet Sixteen (1960) After he began favoring softer pop ballads in the late Fifties in an attempt t. ee all full list on rollingstone.
Blues Blues rock Rhythm and blues Soul Electric blues. Chrismas Celebration. Making Love is Good for You. Freedom.
His Definitive Greatest Hits. The Ultimate Collection. Now Appearing at Ole Miss.
Tracklist Hide Credits
|A1||Every Day I Have The Blues
Written-By – Chatman Peter*, York William*
|A3||Woke Up This Morning
Written By – King Riley, B. LingWritten-By – Jules Taub, King Riley*
Written-By – Jessie Mac Robinson*
|A6||You Upset Me Baby
Written-By – Josea*, Davis' King*
|B1||You're Breaking My Heart||3:10|
|B3||Ten Long Years
Written-By – King Riley*
|B4||Going Down Slow
Written-By – James Oden*
|B5||Walking Dr. Bill||2:52|
|B6||Sweet Little Angel
Written-By – Taub J.*, King Riley*
- Distributed By – Musidisc-Europe
- Printed By – J.Colombet, Paris XV
- Mastered At – Sterling Sound
- Liner Notes – Ralph J. Gleason
- Mastered By – LH*
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A, hand engraved): AM-6079 A LH MP
- Matrix / Runout (Side B, hand engraved): AM-6079 B LH MP
- Rights Society: BIEM
- Rights Society (Rights Reserved): D.R.
|M. 40-009-S||B.B. King||BB King's Greatest Hits (LP, Comp)||America Records||M. 40-009-S||Spain||1969|