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Sweet Little Girl - B.B. King - Live At The Regal (CD, Album)

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  1. The one drawback to this album, for me personally, is King's audience interplay just doesn't seem as strong on this album and I tend to blame the audience more than B.B. While the audience in Live at the Regal can almost become disruptive to the music, the audience in Cook County leans closer to non-responsive unless King pries a reaction out /5().
  2. Jul 11,  · Sweet little angel from the album 'Live at the Reagal'. In the transcription of the solos I show how to play. Sweet little angel do lendário disco 'Live at the Reagal' de Na.
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Live At The Regal on Discogs. Label: MCA Records - MCD ,MCA Records - MCAD • Format: CD Album • 3/5(2).
  4. rows · Listen free to B.B. King – Live At The Regal (Everyday I Have The Blues, Sweet Little .
  5. Jan 20,  · Song Everyday I Have The Blues (Live At The Regal Theater, Chicago/) Artist B.B. King; Licensed to YouTube by UMG (on behalf of Geffen); Abramus Digital, Audiam (Publishing), BMI - .
  6. May 15,  · King had already been an R&B star for a dozen years by the time of his first live album, recorded in in Chicago — and that meant that he could appeal to his audience's nostalgia.
  7. Dec 22,  · Song Help The Poor (Live At The Regal Theater, Chicago, ) Artist B.B. King; Writers Charles Singleton; Licensed to YouTube by UMG (on behalf of Geffen); Warner Chappell, Audiam (Publishing.
  8. Released in , “Live At The Regal” has definitely become the album that most people hold up as the defining moment of what is B.B. King. “Regal” opens up with an introduction by the great Disc Jockey Pervis Spann. Kicking off with “Every Day I Have The Blues”, B.B. wastes no time coming out swinging.
  9. 2. Sweet Little Angel 3. It's My Own Fault 4. How Blue Can You Get 5. Please Love Me 6. You Upset Me Baby 7. Worry, Worry 8. Woke Up This Mornin' 9. You Done Lost Your Good Thing Now Help the Poor B.B. King ' guitar, vocals Leo Lauchie ' bass Duke Jethro ' piano Sonny Freeman ' drums/5().

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