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Completely Well

B.B. King

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1
So Excited
B.B. King
5:35
2
No Good
B.B. King
4:38
3
You're Losin' Me
B.B. King
4:55
4
What Happened
B.B. King
4:44
5
Confessin' The Blues
B.B. King
4:57
6
Key To My Kingdom
B.B. King
3:19
7
Cryin' Won't Help You Now
B.B. King
6:23
8
You're Mean
B.B. King
10:04
9
The Thrill Is Gone
B.B. King
5:31
Total Playing Time    50:06
Billboard 200 - #38, 1969
Billboard Hot 100 - #15, 1970 - The Thrill Is Gone
Grammy Award - Best Male R&B Vocal Performance, 1971 - The Thrill Is Gone

"... adventurous ..."
- Rolling Stone

"... he has been transformed by astute management into the major attraction he should have been 10 years ago and I hope he makes two million ... B."
- Robert Christgau

B.B. King's 1969 album Completely Well contains one of his biggest hits, a signature song of his career and his first Grammy winner, The Thrill Is Gone. The album, called "adventurous" by Rolling Stone, was produced by a young Bill Szymczyk, who would go on to produce six albums for the Eagles including Hotel California.
192 kHz / 24-bit and 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Geffen Records Studio Masters

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