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Together For The First Time...Live

B.B. King, Bobby Bland

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1
3 O'Clock Blues (Live At Western Recorders Studio1, 1974)
B.B. King; Bobby Bland
3:24
2
It's My Own Fault (Live At Western Recorders Studio1, 1974)
B.B. King; Bobby Bland
4:13
3
Driftin' Blues (Live At Western Recorders Studio1, 1974)
B.B. King; Bobby Bland
5:08
4
That's The Way Love Is (Live At Western Recorders Studio1, 1974)
B.B. King; Bobby Bland
3:53
5
I'm Sorry (Live At Western Recorders Studio1, 1974)
B.B. King; Bobby Bland
10:02
6
I'll Take Care Of You (Live At Western Recorders Studio1, 1974)
B.B. King; Bobby Bland
3:40
7
Don't Cry No More (Live At Western Recorders Studio1, 1974)
B.B. King; Bobby Bland
2:39
8
Don't Answer The Door (Live At Western Recorders Studio1, 1974)
B.B. King; Bobby Bland
3:56
9
Medley: Good To Be Back Home (Live At Western Recorders Studio1, 1974)
B.B. King; Bobby Bland
13:59
10
Everybody Wants To Know Why I Sing The Blues (Live At Western Recorders Studio1, 1974)
B.B. King; Bobby Bland
6:21
11
Goin' Down Slow (Live At Western Recorders Studio1, 1974)
B.B. King; Bobby Bland
5:15
12
I Like To Live The Love (Live At Western Recorders Studio1, 1974)
B.B. King; Bobby Bland
6:01
Total Playing Time    68:31
Billboard 200 - #43, 1974

"... it is great to hear both acts ... (King) was still near his peak powers as a vocalist and a guitar player ... remains an intriguing and enjoyable collaboration from two of the music’s biggest and most influential acts."
- Soul Train

"... (proves) the blues legend was one of the greatest live performers in history ... (the two blues greats) soon discovered how well their styles complemented one another while bantering with expert comic timing ... there's a spontaneous but never sloppy spark. It's instructive and exciting to hear King's guitar supporting another vocalist, particularly a master such as Bland."
- Rolling Stone

Recorded live At Western Recorders Studio in Hollywood, this 1974 release marks the first collaboration between B.B. King and Bobby Bland, who would go on to perform and record together for much of the 1970s and 1980s. The album, originally issued on double vinyl, was received with great enthusiasm: it peaked at number two on the US R&B chart and number 43 on the mainstream chart. Rolling Stone included this album on its list of King's five greatest live performances.
192 kHz / 24-bit and 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Geffen Records Studio Masters

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