Take It Home is the twenty sixth studio album by . King released in 1979. Better Not Look Down" (Will Jennings, Joe Sample) – 3:22. Same Old Story (Same Old Song)" (Jennings, Sample) – 4:32. Happy Birthday Blues" (Jennings, Sample) – 3:15. I've Always Been Lonely" (Jennings, Sample) – 5:28. Second Hand Woman" (Jennings, Sample) – 3:20. Tonight I'm Gonna Make You a Star" (Jennings, King) – 3:26. The Beginning of the End" (Jennings, King) – 2:21.
Guess Who is the twenty first studio album by B. B. King, released in 1972. Summer in the City" (John Sebastian, Mark Sebastian, Steve Boone). Just Can't Please You" (John Sebastian, Mark Sebastian, Steve Boone). Any Other Way" (Clyde Otis). You Don't Know Nothin' About Love" (Jerry Ragovoy). Found What I Need" (Jerry Ragovoy, Jenny Dean). Neighborhood Affair" (Riley King, Jules Taub). It Takes a Young Girl" (Ron Rose & Dave Rouner). Better Lovin' Man" (Hoyt Axton).
June 9, 1971 - June 16, 1971. Command Studios, London, England. Olympic Studios, London, England. Passionate Swaggering Cheerful Earthy Gritty Joyous Reverent Rollicking Sophisticated Sweet Confrontational Dramatic Urgent Earnest.
King in London – девятнадцатый альбом американского блюзового исполнителя Би Би Кинга, вышедший в 1971 году. Альбом был записан в Лондоне. В записи принимали участие американские сессионные музыканты и британские R&B-исполнители. В США альбом вышел 19 ноября 1971 года, чтобы релиз совпал с началом американского тура. We Can't Agree (Wilhelmina Gray, Louis Jordan) - 4:48. Ghetto Woman (Dave Clark, . Wet Hayshark (Gary Wright) - 2:29. Part-Time Love (Clay Hammond) - 3:17.
In November 1964, King recorded the Live at the Regal album at the Regal Theater. King later said that Regal Live "is considered by some the best recording I've ever had. that particular day in Chicago everything came together. From the late 1960s, new manager Sid Seidenberg pushed King into a different type of venue as blues-rock performers like Eric Clapton (once a member of The Yardbirds, as well as Cream), and Paul Butterfield were popularizing an appreciation of blues music among white audiences .
King Museum and Delta Interpretive Center. Performance & event venue. Claudette "The Bluz Queen" King. Recommended by 19 people. Saw the band at the Alameda County fair tonight in California icians, and the band is super tight. Kings daughter Claudette says she is going to continue her fathers tradition, and I believe with a band this talented that she will!
I recorded with BB King on his In London album, for instance. That was back when sessions were fun. I played a solo on a song called Caldonia, the first song on the album, and then Jim and I put horns on a song called Ain’t Nobody Home, which was the last song on the album. The best one probably was BB In London, which was nominated for a Grammy in the 70s. Ain’t Nobody Home was the single. BB King is just one of the great gentlemen of our time.
King is Live At The Regal which is ranked number 1,620 in the overall greatest album chart with a total rank score of 1,424. King is ranked number 700 in the overall artist rankings with a total rank score of 3,131. Members who like this artist also like: Muddy Waters, John Lee Hooker and Ravi Shankar. Charpentier Te Deum Magnificat Philip Ledger King's NEAR MINT EMI 29 0301 01 Condition: Used.
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Electric Piano – Rick Wright Guitar – Peter Green Harmonica – Duster BennettSaxophone [Baritone], Clarinet – Bill PerkinsTrombone – Chuck FindleyTrumpet – Ollie MitchellWritten-By – F. Moore*
Written-By – Glenn*
Acoustic Guitar – Alexis KornerBass – Greg RidleyDrums – Jerry ShirleyHarmonica – Steve Marriot*Written-By – Alexis Korner
|A4||We Can't Agree
Written By – W. GrayWritten-By – L. Jordan*
Arranged By – Jimmie HaskellConductor – Jimmie HaskellGuitar – Mac RebennackWritten-By – King*, Dave Clark
Written-By – Gary Wright
Written-By – C. Hammond*
|B4||Power Of The Blues
Bass – John Best Drums – Barry Ford Guitar – Paul Butler Written-By, Piano – Pete Wingfield
|B5||Ain't Nobody Home
Arranged By – Jim PriceGuitar – David SpinozzaTrombone – Jim PriceVocals – Carl Hall, Joshie Armstead*, Tasha ThomasWritten-By, Piano – J. Ragovoy*
- Bass – Klaus Voorman* (tracks: A1, A2, A4 to B3, B5)
- Drums – Jim Gordon (tracks: A1, B1, B2), Jim Keltner (tracks: A2, A4, B5), Ringo Starr (tracks: B1 to B3)
- Electric Piano – Gary Wright (tracks: A2, A4), Jim Price (tracks: B1)
- Guitar – John Uribe (tracks: A2, A4, B5)
- Organ – Gary Wright (tracks: A1, B3, B5), The Mystery Shadow (tracks: A2, A4)
- Photography – Keith Morris
- Piano – Gary Wright (tracks: B1, B2)
- Producer – Ed Michel, Joe Zagarino
- Saxophone – Bobby Keys (tracks: A1, B2, B3, B5)
- Trumpet – Jim Price (tracks: A1, B1 to B3, B5)
- Vocals, Guitar – King*
NotesRecorded at Olympic and Command Studios in London, June 9. -16., 1971, and modified at the Village Recorder and the Record Plant in Los Angeles and the Hit Factory in New York.
|ABCX-730, ABCX 730||B.B. King||In London (LP, Album)||ABC Records, ABC Records||ABCX-730, ABCX 730||US||1971|
|250 817-1, CRP 16013||B.B. King||In London (LP, Album, RE)||MCA Records, MCA Records||250 817-1, CRP 16013||Europe||1984|
|0661||B.B. King||In London (Cass, Album, Club)||World Cassette Club||0661||Australia||1975|
|SPB 1041||B.B. King||In London (LP, Album)||Probe||SPB 1041||UK||1971|
|MCD 18223||B.B. King||In London (CD, Album, RE)||MCA Records||MCD 18223||Europe||Unknown|