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A New Way Of Drivin - B.B. King - Best Of (CD, Album)

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  1. Oct 16,  · Listen to your favorite songs from The Best Of The Blues Vol. 2 by Various artists Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, .
  2. The Family That Plays Together is finely represented, as is the album Clear, a record that was nearly cobbled together from ideas derived for the film soundtrack ‘Model Shop,’ an album that came off patchy and rushed, though the single “Dark Eyed Woman” is pure rock magic, where along with Twelve Dreams Of Dr. Sardonicus, the remaining.
  3. Jan 13,  · B.B. King; Album Best of the Blues Guitar King ; Licensed to YouTube by PIAS, UMG (on behalf of Ace Records); LatinAutor - UMPG, LatinAutor, UMPG Publishing, UNIAO BRASILEIRA DE EDITORAS.
  4. B.B. King: The King's Blues Box LP1 Side A 1. B.B. Boogie 2. Walkin' And Cryin' 3. A New Way of Driving 4. Please Love Me 5. Every Day I Have The Blues 6. Mr. PawnBroker Side B 1. From The Bottom 2. You've Done Lost Your Good Thing Now 3. It's My Own Fault 4. Catfish Blues (AKA Fishin' After Me) 5. The Letter (Live) 6. Servant's Prayer LP2 Side.
  5. 1. B.B. King - B.B. Boogie 2. B.B. King - The Other Night Blues 3. Sonny Boy Williamson And B.B. King - From The Bottom 4. Sonny Boy Williamson - City Of New Orleans 5. B.B. King - Walkin' And Cryin' 6. B.B. King - A New Way Of Driving 7. Bobo Slim Thomas - Catfish Blues 8. Luther Huff - Dirty Disposition 9. Luther Huff - Blues /5(3).
  6. If I Had My Way Early Home Recordings by Rev. Gary Davis CD Feb New Sealed 5 out of 5 stars (1) 1 product ratings - If I Had My Way Early Home Recordings by Rev. Gary Davis CD Feb New .
  7. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for King of the Blues [Box] [Box] by B.B. King (CD, Oct, 4 Discs, MCA) at the best online prices at eBay! Free shipping for many products!
  8. May 15,  · In the US, the effects of the punk storm were less pronounced, and BB King’s work schedule remained the same as it had always been: new album, tour, new album, tour. A new producer in the form of Stewart Levine managed to place BB in some novel musical surroundings, including an album with jazz rockers The Crusaders (Midnight Believer, ).
  9. A stirring reading of the Benson/Pettite title that became B.B. King's signature tune, The Thrill Is Gone" (with more of Tipton's magical string work), is as memorable as the Bernstein/Sondheim medley of "Maria" and "Somewhere" which opens the album.

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