B.B. KING – Live in St. Quentin 1990

B.B. KING – Live in St. Quentin 1990

Blues

Much gutsier than the REGAL album, this is in harmony with the patrons as King plays to a different audience; the inmates of one of America’s toughest prisons. King devotes a lot of his time every year performing to prisoners, and he coummunicates on this album without patronizing them. This is a fairly predictable set but the high level recording (presumably to block out any obscenities) makes it one of his most exciting live albums. Songs he has played a thousand times sound fresh and energetic, notably “Everyday I Have The Blues” and “Let The Good Times Roll.”
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B.B. King- (Vocals, Guitar);
Leon Warren- (Guitar);
Walter King, Edgar Synigal- (Sax);
James Bolden- (Trumpet);
Eugene Carrier- (Keyboards);
Michael Doster- (Bass);
Calep Emphrey- (Drums).
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01.Introduction
02.Let The Good Times Roll
03.Every Day I Have The Blues
04.Whole Lotta Loving
05.Sweet Little Angel
06.Never Make A Move Too Soon
07.Into The Night
08.Ain’t Nobody’s Business
09.Thrill Is Gone
10.Peace To The World
11.Nobody Loves Me But My Mother
12.Sweet Sixteen
13.Rock Me Baby
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