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2 Oct, 2012

B.B. King - Live In Cook County Jail

Live, Remastered. King Format: Audio CD. MP3 Music, April 21, "Please retry". Vinyl, Live, September 18, "Please retry". Audio, Cassette, Live, October 17, "Please retry". Note: Available at a lower price from other sellers that may not offer free Prime shipping. Frequently bought together. Add all three to Cart Add all three to List. These items are shipped from and sold by different sellers. Show details. Sold by skyvo-direct-usa and ships from Amazon Fulfillment.

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Essential Original Albums. Product Description B. Go Unlimited. Start your day free trial. King and tens of millions of other songs on all your devices with Amazon Music Unlimited.

Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist Sample. How Blue Can You Get? Worry, Worry, Worry.

Sweet Sixteen. The Thrill Is Gone. Please Accept My Love. Sold by Amazon. Additional taxes may apply. By placing your order, you agree to our Terms of Use. Amazon's B. King Store. Customer reviews. Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Often with B. King, fans are split between Live in Cook County Jail and Live at the Regal, both being classic blues albums and excellent performances by Mr.

My personal favorite is still Live at the Regal simply because of the larger backing band and I feel B. It is the sparser sound that often draws fans to Live in Cook over Live at the Regal.

You really get to hear B. King raw and Cook County has a bluesier sound with more emphasis on King's playing than the full band or his vocals. Recording Location Cook County Jail. Track Listing. Every Day I Have the Blues. How Blue Can You Get?

Worry, Worry. Sweet Sixteen. The Thrill Is Gone. Please Accept My Love. Spotify Amazon. Please Accept My Love B. King] my insert and emphasis were around is like to have lived in Paris during the time of the impressionists. That era is moving away We can assume that these musicians who loom large in our culture will always be around.

They won't. We should appreciate them while we have them because someday we'll turn around and they'll be gone. Riley B. That is almost an even 50 years of recording: contributing to and changing the face of American Music. Now King's considerable body of work becomes a dynamic memory never stopping to inform, to educate, to lift up. Yes, these should do nicely.

Few things are more iconic than Cash's self-introduction on Johnny Cash at Folsom Prison but one of them is definitely King capping his lengthy soliloquy on "Worry, Worry" with the beautifully dismissive, King's rapport with his Chicago audience was immediate and firmly established. Kings overall recording output is impressive in both its size and the quality of the performances and recordings. But every so often in his long career, the stars would align for King and his band and the music he produced proved well above that of his peers.

This was just such an occasion, where King mowed everything down in his path from "Every Day I have the Blues" to the blues ballad, "Please Accept my Love. Live in Cook County Jail is comfortable extension of not the sound of the Chicago blues, but rather that forged by T-Bone Walker, whose sparse and exact blues style was a model for King as well as his use of a horn section. To his Cook County Jail audience, King plays more gritty "urban" than sophisticated "urbane," always knowing who he is playing to.

That is the touch of a great artist. But that is as close as one can come to pinning down B. King to a genre or subgenre. King's stage presence and guitar playing were already fully formed by this time and arguably smoothed of all rough edges.

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  5. Jan 04,  · Often with B.B. King, fans are split between Live in Cook County Jail and Live at the Regal, both being classic blues albums and excellent performances by Mr. King. My personal favorite is still Live at the Regal simply because of the larger backing band and I feel B.B. gives a stronger vocal performance, but that isn't a diss on Live in Cook /5().
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  7. Jan 04,  · It is the sparser sound that often draws fans to Live in Cook over Live at the Regal. You really get to hear B.B. King raw and Cook County has a bluesier sound with more emphasis on King's playing than the full band or his vocals/5().

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