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B.B. King - King Of The Blues Guitar-Guitar Instrumentals FLAC album

This tape features the . King Band and will appeal to any fan of the blues whether they play guitar or not.

King of The Blues Guitar - Albert King 26. Can't Get No Grindin' - Muddy Waters 27. T-Bone Blues - T-Bone Walker 2. Bonanza of Instrumentals - Freddie King 33. English Rose - Fleetwood Mac 34. From The Cradle - Eric Clapton 35. I Feel Like Goin' On - Ronnie Earl 36. I'll Play The Blues For You - Albert King 37. Blues Singer - Buddy Guy 38. Raw Sienna - Savoy Brown 39.

Lead Vocals, Guitar, Liner Notes – . Other – Jeff Smith (17). Remastered By – Erick Labson. Originally on Bluesway LP 6001 ''Blues Is King''' (1967),Recorded Live November 5, 1966, Chicago, IL. Originally both sides Bluesway single 61012. This performance digitally reconstructed using ABC 45 . Complete version previously unreleased on . LP., Recorded September 14, 1967, Chicago.

Article properties: . King: King Of The Blues Guitar (LP). Album titlle: King Of The Blues Guitar (LP). When T-Bone Walker was the father of electric blues guitar, then BB is King of the noble Lord who brought them to the people. During an unsurpassed recording career that has lasted for over six decades, he has invented the guitar licks that define the genre. Born in the heart of the Mississippi Delta near Itta Bena on September 16, 1925, Riley B. King T-Bone took as one of its starting points on the guitar. The mood is similar to classic 1960 Kings Crown album 'My Kind Of Blues', on which he was accompanied only by a trio headed by Glenn. Because we went one evening with a rhythm section to the studio and took it easy on one or two takes. We did the whole LP actually one evening, in a few hours. It was just fun to play.

King of the Blues was . s sixth album for the Bihari Brothers on Crown, issued at a budget price, and his second full-length outing of 1960 after coming off his chart-topping "Sweet Little Sixteen" single earlier in the year. The set opens with the B-side of that single, "I've Got a Right to Love My Baby," and also includes "Partin' Time," a number eight charter as well. This is a stellar look at a young, cocky, guitar-slinging . The sound is very fine and the notes by Jon Broven are exemplary. This is a necessary purchase for anyone interested in King's career.

The original Lucille - the guitar King rescued that night in the fire - was an inexpensive, small-bodied Gibson L-30 archtop. The singer would go on to play a range of guitars over the ensuing years, attaching the Lucille name to each one. He was particularly drawn to Gibsons of the semi-hollow ES (Electric Spanish) variety, such as the ES-335 model that can be heard on his legendary 1965 disc, Live at the Regal. In 2005, Gibson produced an 80th Birthday model Lucille for the bluesman, which he summarily adopted as his main stage instrument - until, in the summer of 2009, it was stolen. But a few months later, a guitar trader and appraiser named Eric Dahl came across this very Lucille in a Las Vegas pawn shop. The whole thing was covered in sweat.

BB King auctioned this guitar off and Eric Clapton purchased this guitar at a charity auction. Eric Clapton acquired it then for collecting rather than playing purposes. 1995 Gibson BB King Lucille Signed. King Lucille Electric Guitar. King 'Lucille' model Gibson guitar, used by him during the recording of the album 'B. B. King & Friends: 80', FOOTNOTES The album was a celebration of . King's 80th birthday and comprised a series of duets with the signatories on the guitar. According to information supplied, the signatures were obtained in various recording studios during the sessions: Clapton, Daltrey, Knopfler and Van Morrison in Olympic Studios, London, the remainder in New York and Los Angeles. King used this guitar for the session with Mark Knopfler

King: все альбомы, включая Early In The Morning, You Done Lost Your Good Thing Now, Ice And Cream, Master of the Blues Guitar и другие. King - Easy Listening Blues. 2015 Blues People - Five Original Albums 1958 - 1962. 2015 Original Album Plus Bonus Track.


A1 Slidin' And Glidin'
A2 Blues With B.B.
A3 King Of Guitar
B1 Jump With B.B.
B2 38th Street Blues
B3 Feedin' The Rock
B4 Going South
B5 Step It Up

Companies, etc.

  • Record Company – Ace Records Ltd.
  • Mastered At – CTS Studios


  • Mastered By – Bob Jones
  • Sleeve – Phil Smee


Black and Silver label variant as compared to release B.B. King - King Of The Blues Guitar.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A (Etched)): CH 152A BOPPIN' BOB 020 B-3122A-1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B (Etched)): CH 152B CTS MASTERING-WEMBLEY G 020 B-3122B-1

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
CH 152 B.B. King King Of The Blues Guitar ‎(LP, Comp) Ace CH 152 Europe 1985
CHC 187 B.B. King Spotlight On Lucille ‎(Cass, Comp) Ace CHC 187 UK 1986
CDCH 187 B.B. King Spotlight On Lucille ‎(CD, Comp) Ace CDCH 187 UK 1986
2-91693 B.B. King Spotlight On Lucille ‎(CD, Comp, RE) Flair 2-91693 US 1991
0777 7 86231 2 0 B.B. King Spotlight On Lucille ‎(CD, Comp, RE) Flair 0777 7 86231 2 0 US 1991
B.B. King - King Of The Blues Guitar-Guitar Instrumentals FLAC album
King Of The Blues Guitar-Guitar Instrumentals
FLAC size:
1600 mb
MP3 size:
1947 mb
WMA size:
1678 mb
Electric Blues, Memphis Blues, Rhythm & Blues, Delta Blues
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