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B.B. King

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1
Caldonia
B.B. King
3:59
2
Blue Shadows
B.B. King
5:08
3
Alexis' Boogie
B.B. King
3:28
4
We Can't Agree
B.B. King
4:44
5
Ghetto Woman
B.B. King; Jimmie Haskell
5:15
6
Wet Hayshark
B.B. King
2:28
7
Part Time Love
B.B. King
3:15
8
Power Of The Blues
B.B. King
2:22
9
Ain't Nobody Home
B.B. King
3:10
Total Playing Time    33:49
"... substantial stuff. B."
- Robert Christgau

B.B. King is joined by some of the best British and American blues musicians of the day on these all-star sessions recorded in London in 1971. Among the many guests include Ringo Starr, Alexis Korner, Dr. John, Klaus Voormann, Gary Wright, Steve Winwood and other members of Humble Pie and Spooky Tooth. Several of these guests contribute songs to the album, fleshed out by a couple of blues chestnuts and an original number written by King and Dave Clark.
192 kHz / 24-bit and 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Geffen Records Studio Masters

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