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Blues Masters: B.B. King

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BB's Theme
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Every Day I Have the Blues
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Please Love Me
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All over Again
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Sweet Little Angel
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Darling You Know I Love You
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Caldonia
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Why I Sing the Blues
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A New Way of Driving
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Guess Who
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How Blue Can You Get
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It's My Own Fault
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Outside Help
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Payin' the Cost to Be Boss
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Sweet Little Sixteen
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That Evil Child
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The Letter
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You've Done Lost a Good Thing
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B.B. Boogie
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Walkin' and Cryin'
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Mr. Pawnbroker
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Catfish Blues
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Long Nights
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The Thrill Is Gone
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 24   Total Length: 105:05

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Icon: B.B. King

By John Morthland, Contributor

As the only true bluesman to successfully cross over into the mainstream, B.B. King stands alone in American music. His blues stitch together various elements — the country blues of Robert Johnson, Bukka White and Furry Lewis; the single-string electric blues of Lonnie Johnson and T-Bone Walker; the jump blues of Louis Jordan — with lighter doses of gospel and jazz. In turn, he became a huge influence on the '60s generation of rock guitarists… more »

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Icon: B.B. King

By John Morthland, Contributor

As the only true bluesman to successfully cross over into the mainstream, B.B. King stands alone in American music. His blues stitch together various elements — the country blues of Robert Johnson, Bukka White and Furry Lewis; the single-string electric blues of Lonnie Johnson and T-Bone Walker; the jump blues of Louis Jordan — with lighter doses of gospel and jazz. In turn, he became a huge influence on the '60s generation of rock guitarists… more »

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Where Did the Blues Begin?

By John Morthland, Contributor

The biggest debate in blues circles these days is, "where did the blues begin?" Ever since the blues revival of the 50s and 60s, the answer has been "the Mississippi Delta." But in recent years, more than a few blues buffs have argued, that while the Delta is where the harshest form of blues indeed gelled, there is very little evidence to suggest that blues started there. Further, Delta blues in its heyday was almost… more »