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His Best: The Electric B.B. King

B.B. King

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1
Tired Of Your Jive
B.B. King
2:13
2
Don't Answer The Door
B.B. King
5:13
3
The B.B. Jones
B.B. King
2:44
4
All Over Again
B.B. King
2:39
5
Paying The Cost To Be The Boss
B.B. King
2:37
6
Think It Over
B.B. King
2:51
7
I Done Got Wise
B.B. King
2:22
8
Meet My Happiness
B.B. King
2:22
9
Sweet Sixteen (Live From The International Club, Chicago, 1966)
B.B. King
4:19
10
You Put It On Me
B.B. King; Quincy Jones
2:51
11
I Don't Want You Cuttin' Off Your Hair
B.B. King
2:38
Total Playing Time    32:49
This 1968 compilation album from B.B. King includes some of his best electric blues performances recorded between 1965 and 1968, including two tracks from the film For Love of Ivy starring Sidney Poitier. Other well known songs are the top 10 R&B single Paying The Cost To Be The Boss and a live version of the number two hit Sweet Sixteen, recorded in Chicago in 1966.
192 kHz / 24-bit and 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Geffen Records Studio Masters

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