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8 thoughts on “ The Woman I Love - B.B. King - The Vintage Years (CD)

  1. Woman I Love Lyrics: Well, it feels alright, 'n' ev'rything is really ok / Well, it feels alright, 'n' ev'rything is really ok / Well, and the love of my baby, whoo, make me feel this way / Well, she.
  2. This impressive, impeccably packaged four-CD box set focuses solely on B.B. King's s and s recordings for the Modern family of labels. That was a period that basically encompassed the vast majority of his work prior to , though he did a few non-Modern sides before signing with ABC Paramount in early and did a few other sides for Modern in the mid-'60s/
  3. Leading the way with a slick 10 CD, track collection chronicling his entire career from his first recordings in through to his most recent studio album. Housed in a beautiful deluxe box including a page, silver-gilded hardback book, featuring essays from Ashley Kahn and Dick Shurman/5(66).
  4. Nov 18,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - 78's - The Woman I Love - B.B. King (Kent) YouTube John Lee Hooker, Carlos Santana and Etta James - Blues Boogie Jam (Official) - Duration: Santana on MV 16,,
  5. Monday Woman (from the album "Makin' Love Is Good For You" on MCA Records ) Ten Long Years [ERIC CLAPTON with B.B. KING] (from the album "Riding With The King" on Reprise 9 ) Early In The Morning [with VAN MORRISON] (from the album "80" on Geffen B)
  6. B. B. King A: I've Got Papers On You Baby B: We Can't Make It: Kent USA: BB Promo Only 7" 2: B. B. King A: I Love You So B: Treat Me Right: Kent USA: BB Promo Only 7" 1: B. B. King A: What A Way To Go B: You're On Top: Kent USA: BB Promo Only 7" 0: B. B. King A: Long Nights B: I'll Survive: Kent USA: BB.
  7. May 30,  · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about B.B. King - The Woman I Love / Blues For Me at Discogs. Complete your B.B. King collection/5(9).
  8. This solid three-CD box set overview of B.B. King's post-'60s career contains favorites like "The Thrill Is Gone" and "How Blue Can You Get?" as well Stevie Wonder's "To Know You Is to Love You," the latter an example of the master guitarist's impeccable taste in choosing songs to suit his style. King's late-'60s resurgence as an influence on young white musicians like Eric Clapton and Mike.

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