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B.B. King - Got My Mojo Working (1989) [US 1st Press]  Music

Posted by Andi_Deris at Sept. 20, 2017
B.B. King - Got My Mojo Working (1989) [US 1st Press]

B.B. King - Got My Mojo Working (1989) [US 1st Press]
EAC Rip | FLAC: Image+Cue+Log | 275 Mb | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 122 Mb | Scans | Time: 43:39
MCA Records, Inc. | MCAD-20541
Blues, Electric Blues, Rhythm & Blues

MCA Special Products' "Got My Mojo Working" is a ten-track sampler of B.B. King's earliest recordings. Although this is by no means definitive, it is effective, since it contains such songs as "Sweet Sixteen," "Paying the Cost to Be the Boss" and "Confessing the Blues." As a result, it's one of the better budget-line B.B. King compilations on the market.

B.B. King - Ain't Nobody Home! The Very Best Of B.B. King (1989)  Music

Posted by Andi_Deris at Sept. 2, 2017
B.B. King - Ain't Nobody Home! The Very Best Of B.B. King (1989)

B.B. King - Ain't Nobody Home! The Very Best Of B.B. King (1989)
EAC Rip | FLAC: Image+Cue+Log | 414 Mb | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 179 Mb | Scans | Time: 01:10:02
MCA Records | MCD 18222
Blues, Electric Blues, Rhythm & Blues

B.B. King: "AIN'T NOBODY HOME" contains some of my best recordings over the past 40 years. "Everyday I Have The Blues", and "Sweet Little Angel", were taken from my 1965 album "LIVE AT THE REGAL", which many music critics still think is one Of the best live albums ever recorded. And who am I to argue with that!

B.B. King - Live In Cook County Jail (1971) [Reissue 1998] Repost  Music

Posted by Andi_Deris at Sept. 2, 2017
B.B. King - Live In Cook County Jail (1971) [Reissue 1998] Repost

B.B. King - Live In Cook County Jail (1971) [Reissue 1998]
EAC Rip | FLAC: Image+Cue+Log | 243 Mb | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 101 Mb | Scans | Time: 38:47
MCA Records/Universal | MCD-11769
Blues, Electric Blues, Rhythm & Blues

Live in Cook County Jail is a 1971 live album by B.B. King recorded in Cook County Jail, Chicago, Illinois. It was ranked as number 499 in the book version of Rolling Stone's 500 Greatest Albums of All Time. It spent three weeks at #1 on the Soul Albums chart. The album cover of the original release was textured like prison denim.
Bobby Bland & B.B. King - Together Again...Live (1976) [US 1st Press, 1990]

Bobby Bland & B.B. King - Together Again…Live (1976) [US 1st Press, 1990]
EAC Rip | FLAC: Image+Cue+Log | 277 Mb | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 124 Mb | Scans | Time: 44:25
MCA Records | MCAD-27012
Blues, Electric Blues, Rhythm & Blues

"Together Again… Live" is a live album recorded in 1976 at the Coconut Grove in Los Angeles, California by two of the greatest blues artists of all time Bobby Bland as a vocalist and B.B. King on guitar.

B.B. King - Blues Is King (1967) [US 1st Press, 1987]  Music

Posted by Andi_Deris at May 31, 2017
B.B. King - Blues Is King (1967) [US 1st Press, 1987]

B.B. King - Blues Is King (1967) [US 1st Press, 1987]
EAC Rip | FLAC: Image+Cue+Log | 279 Mb | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 120 Mb | Scans | Time: 40:33
MCA Records | MCAD-31368
Blues, Electric Blues

By 1967, King had refined his singing and guitar style (which were always intertwined) to a fine point. What was just beginning to emerge during this period was King the showman, the singer with a story to tell his audience; sometimes a sad story, sometimes an angry one, occasionally even a downright mean one. Nowhere was this more apparent than in live performance. Here he's captured in concert in Chicago, home of the blues and the ideal place to testify to the congregation. From "Tired of Your Jive" to "I Know What You're Puttin' Down" to the unequivocal "Baby Get Lost," B.B. lets his audience in on the ups and downs of romance in no uncertain terms, both through his impassioned vocals and characteristically stinging guitar. The effect is both cathartic and awe-inspiring.

Lick Library - Learn To Play BB King (2017)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by house23 at April 22, 2017
Lick Library - Learn To Play BB King (2017)

Lick Library - Learn To Play BB King (2017)
TS+MP3+PDF | AVC 1500kbps | English | 1920x1080 | 25fps | 3 hours | AAC stereo 128kbps | 2.96 GB
Genre: Video Training

One of the biggest names in music, B.B. King’s influence on modern rock and blues can be still heard today in such players as Joe Bonamassa and Gary Clark Jr. His sophisticated blues soloing style based around effortless string bending and a shimmering vibrato set him apart from his peers and helped earn him the nickname “The King of the Blues”.
John Mayall and The Bluesbreakers - In The Palace Of The King (2007)

John Mayall and The Bluesbreakers - In The Palace Of The King (2007)
EAC | FLAC | Tracks (Cue&Log) ~ 383 Mb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 136 Mb | Scans ~ 71 Mb
British Blues, Blues Rock | Label: Eagle | # EAGCD345, GAS 0000345 EAG | 00:59:38

This album is John's tribute to one of his blues heroes, the late, great Freddie King. King was a blues guitar pioneer from the mid-50's through to his tragically early death in the mid-70's and he influenced everyone from Peter Green to Dave Edmunds to Stevie Ray Vaughan and probably most of all Eric Clapton, who produced and played on King's final album. In The Palace Of The King features John Mayall's take on his personal selection of Freddie King favorites and is a fabulous combination of two true blues legends.
B.B. King - Everyday I Have The Blues (2005) [Quadromania, Jazz Edition] 4CD Box Set

B.B. King - Everyday I Have The Blues (2005) [Quadromania, Jazz Edition] 4CD Box Set
EAC Rip | FLAC: Image+Cue+Log | 925 Mb | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 461 Mb | Scans | 33 Mb
Membran International GmbH | 222452-444
Blues, Electric Blues

This 4 CD set features 50 tracks by legendary blues guitarist B.B. King. 24 bit/96 kHz remastered Jazz series from Quadromania • Jazz Edition, all of them are issued as 4 CD sets.

Buddy Guy - Can't Quit the Blues (2006) 3 CDs + DVD, Box Set  Music

Posted by Designol at April 4, 2017
Buddy Guy - Can't Quit the Blues (2006) 3 CDs + DVD, Box Set

Buddy Guy - Can't Quit the Blues (2006) 3 CDs + DVD, Box Set
EAC | FLAC | Tracks (Cue&Log) ~ 1.3 Gb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 511 Mb | Time: 03:43:38
DVD9 | NTSC | 4:3 (720x480) VBR | AC3, 2ch, 224 kbps | 02:30:33 | ~ 6.8 Gb
Electric Chicago Blues | Label: Silvertone/Legacy | # 82876 81967 2 | Scans ~ 852 Mb

Robert Cray says that Buddy Guy's guitar solos sound like laughter from space, but they can also peal like the cries of lost souls attempting to cross the River Styx. If these 47 songs on three CDs plus a DVD boasting a new 75-minute documentary and six performances from the Montreux Jazz Festival prove anything, it's that Guy is one of the most dynamic, diverse, expressionistic, and emotional guitarists–in any genre. The set neatly examines the 70-year-old Chicago blues legend's half-century career, starting with a ragged but soulful "The Way You Been Treating Me" cut in 1957 at a radio station in Guy's native Louisiana that finds him developing his searing, exploratory style. A year later, he's in Chicago working with tunesmith Willie Dixon, and the rest is history (chronicled in Anthony DeCurtis's excellent lines notes) that leads from the glory days of Chess Records to Guy's early breakout recordings for Vanguard to his modern-day mastery. The most recent recordings often find him working with acolytes: Eric Clapton, Jeff Beck, Keb' Mo', Jonny Lang, Bonnie Raitt, Keith Richards, and John Mayer.
B.B. King - United Recorders - Hollywood, January 10, 1972 (2015) {Broadcasting Radio Records}

B.B. King - United Recorders - Hollywood, January 10, 1972 (2015) {Broadcasting Radio Records}
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC (tracks)+CUE+LOG -> 316 Mb | MP3 @320 -> 178 Mb | Artwork | 5% repair rar
© 1972, 2015 Broadcasting Radio Records / KMET - FM
Blues / Modern Electric Blues / Soul Blues / Memphis Blues / Regional Blues

Live album recorded January 10th 1972 for broadcast on KMET Los Angeles. In the early 1970s, B.B. King was basking in the glow of crossover success, his brand of soulful blues reaching all audiences, not just African-American ones. On this 75-minute radio broadcast from 1972, his stinging guitar paces a mix of old and new classics, from his mid-‘50s R&B hit “Everyday I Have the Blues” to Leon Russell’s “Hummingbird”. Other highlights include the standard “Rock Me Baby” and his biggest hit, “The Thrill Is Gone”. (Note: There are different releases of these recordings, mentioning different dates for when this radio show was broadcasted. Some say October 1st, 1972, whilst this one says January 10th.)