The Thrill Is Gone - B.B. King - Paying The Cost To Be The Boss (CD)

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  • Discover releases, reviews, track listings, recommendations, and more about Pat Metheny / Heath Brothers* / The Dave Brubeck Quartet / B.B. King - Live In Concert at Discogs. Complete your Pat Metheny / Heath Brothers* / The Dave Brubeck Quartet / B.B. King collection.
  • Nov 10,  · With a liberal amount of space set aside for his guitar solos, B.B. is in top form throughout the well-paced set, which is far superior to most of his overproduced studio sessions for MCA. Even if the big band is mostly irrelevant, this CD is recommended for B.B. King's singing and playing.
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  • The Thrill Is Gone: 2: Payin' The Cost To Be The Boss: 3: B.B. Boogie: 4: Please Love Me: 5: Guess Who: 6: Sweet Sixteen: 7: Catfish Blues: 8: Walkin' And Cryin' 9: It's My Own Fault: You've Done Lost Your Good Thing Now.
  • PAYING THE COST mixes live and studio cuts that span from the '50s through the '70s, and though the sequencing seems a little haphazard, it's all good stuff. King stretches out on a live version of "The Thrill Is Gone," and sings with burning conviction on the live slow blues "The Letter," reminding you that he's as passionate a vocalist as he.
  • Jun 27,  · Paying the Cost To Be the Boss. Why I Sing the Blues. PREVIEW Please Accept My Love (Live At The Village Gate/ / Edit) PREVIEW The Thrill Is Gone. B.B. King & U2.
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  • May 17,  · I've always loved the Blues, and artists like Denise LaSalle, Garland Green, Bobby "Blue" Bland, Shirley Brown, and of course Otis Redding. So I finally had the opportunity to purchase B.B. King's Greatest Hits. It was great listening to The Thrill Is Gone, Paying The Cost To Be The Boss.
  • Guitarists like Eric Clapton and Keith Richards sang his praises, and King began performing in rock and jazz clubs and had crossover hits like “Paying The Cost To Be The Boss” () and “The Thrill Is Gone” (). B.B. King recorded more than 50 albums, won 13 Grammys and received dozens of awards and honors over the years, and continued to perform four or five nights a week into his eighties.

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