B.B. King - Live At The Regal


Label:

Geffen

Genre:

Blues

Product No.:
AGEF 64614
UPC: 008811164614
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Vinyl Record




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Considered one of the two greatest live blues recordings ever made (the other is Live in Cook County Jail, recorded in 1970), Live At The Regal, recorded in 1964, returns on this 2015 vinyl reissue from Geffen Records and Universal Music Enterprises. Live at the Regal showcases B.B. King's penchant for not only playing guitar and singing, but also entertaining. King treats an enthusiastic audience here to a collection of some of his greatest uptown blues hits.

Geffen and UME are reissuing nine of B.B. King's early albums that haven't been available for decades. Recorded in the 1950s and 1960s, these albums include B.B. King Wails (1959) B.B. King Sings Spirituals (1960), The Great B.B. King (1960), King of the Blues (1960), My Kind of Blues (1961), More B.B. King (1961), Easy Listening Blues (1962), Blue in My Heart (1962) and B.B. King [aka The Soul of B.B. King] (1963).

Lastly, B.B. King's Deuces Wild, his duets album, will be released on vinyl for the first time as a double LP gatefold edition. It'll feature collaborations with D'Angelo, the Rolling Stones, Dr. John and many more.

King's legendary 1964 live performance at the Regal is a compelling testimonial to the "Blues Boy's" power as a musician, entertainer and communicator. Long considered one of the greatest blues albums ever, Live at the Regal received a 5-star review from Downbeat upon release and has been on "Greatest Album" listings ever since.

 

 



Side 1
1. Every Day I Have The Blues
2. Sweet Little Angel
3. It’s My Own Fault
4. How Blue Can You Get
5. Please Love Me

Side 2
6. You Upset Me Baby
7. Worry, Worry
8. Woke Up This Mornin’
9. You Done Lost Your Good Thing Now
10. Help The Poor

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