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Going Down Slow (Take 6-7, 1962) - B.B. King - The Complete RPM-Kent Recording Box (CD, LP)

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  1. Played vital role in shaping urban blues-- involved jazz in 's with King Oliver and Jelly Roll Morton. In , end of prohibition, New Deal lifted economy out of Depression, _____ provided records for tavern jukeboxes. _____ helped develop Bluebird's "house sound"-- technique of recording that guaranteed a "consistent sound" record to record.
  2. May 14,  · A long overdue career-spanning box set of King's over 60 years of touring, recording, and performing, Ladies and Gentlemen Mr. B.B. King, appeared in Late in , King was forced to cancel several shows due to exhaustion; he was later hospitalized twice and entered hospice care in .
  3. Oct 07,  · Going Down Slow - version take 1 Going Down Slow - version take (incomplete) Going Down Slow - version take 5 Going Down Slow - version take (incomplete) DISC B.B.'S BLUES REVOLUTION [PHASE I] 1. Mistreated Woman - alt. take 2. The Other Night Blues - take 1 3. The Other Night Blues - take 3 4.
  4. According to his son, Frank Sinatra Jr., King sat weeping in the audience at one of his father's concerts in as Sinatra sang "Ol' Man River", a song from the musical Show Boat that is sung by an African-American stevedore. When he changed his political affiliations in .
  5. The sound is typically good ("Going Down Slow" from suffers a bit with some distortion) for an Ace remastered clean-up. Sources used were the original analog sound recordings, and Ace has stuffed this release (79 + minutes) with a lot of music. The 15 page booklet has an essay that goes /5.
  6. Aug 25,  · As Jim O’Neal wrote in Blues in Black and White: The Landmark Ann Arbor Blues Festivals: “If Woodstock was one of the Fifty Moments That Changed Rock ‘n’ Roll History, as honored in Rolling Stone magazine, then the Ann Arbor Blues Festival was the coronation of the blues roots that sired rock to begin with,” And as Dan Morgenstern.
  7. B.B. King Here's One You Didn't Know About (From The RPM & Kent Vaults) CD. Great bluesman BB King was one of the few artists whose every note was of interest. This track CD of features mostly previously unissued recordings, drawn from his sessions for Modern Records between and
  8. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for HERES ONE YOU DIDNT KNOW ABOUT - FROM THE RPM & KENT VAULTS at bluegrass.moginnyohnyodal.infoinfo Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users/5(11).
  9. George ‘Harmonica’ Smith was one of the most gifted contemporaries of Little Walter and Big Walter yet has received a fraction of their recognition. He was a powerful, inventive and swinging harmonica player and a superb singer. Likely his recognition would be higher if he wasn’t based in L.A.
  10. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for The Complete RPM-Kent Recording Box - The Life, Times and the Blues of B.B. in All His Glory at bluegrass.moginnyohnyodal.infoinfo Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users.

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