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Singin' the Blues is the 1956 debut album by blues performer . King, issued by the Bihari brothers on their budget Crown label. Among its tracks, the album gathered together five charting singles. You Upset Me, Baby" was the highest charting single, reaching number one on Billboard's "Black Singles" chart.
Blues on the Bayou is the thirty sixth studio album by B. B. King, released in 1998. In the CD liner notes, . King writes: "Of the many records Lucille and I have had the pleasure of recording over the years, this one is especially close to my heart
BB King Blues Band & Michael Lee In The Recording Studio Working On The New CD !!. .Recommended by 19 people. Saw the band at the Alameda County fair tonight in California icians, and the band is super tight. Can't wait to see hear and witness this great group of men together my love of music and Tito together doesn't get any better.
Originally released in 1958 by the budget-priced Crown label, The Blues collected a dozen sides . King cut for RPM and Kent between 1951 and 1958. RPM and Kent were owned by the Bahari Brothers who also ran Crown, which explains how one of the true prestige artists of the blues ended up on such a notoriously cheap-o label
BB King’s reputation cementing albums. Singin’ The Blues - Crown, 1956. BB’s debut album, released in 1956, features the track that made him a star: Three O’Clock Blues drove female listeners crazy when it was played on late-night radio in the deep south, and their enthusiasm drove the song to the N. spot on the R&B chart. Vocally, King was pretty much fully formed on Singin’ The Blues, with his trademark sweep from baritone to a sweet falsetto – Sweet Little Angel serves as exhibit A. His guitar playing is another matter.
The track listing on the album could almost be a classic BB King set list: songs such as You Upset Me, Baby, Every Day I Have The Blues and 3 O’Clock Blues all smoulder and spark, setting the stage for what was to come. Prev Page 1 of 8 Next. It’s commonly thought that unless you’ve seen him play live, you haven’t really enjoyed the full BB King experience. It was certainly this seminal live album that proved to be something of a breakthrough on its release in 1965. Recorded at Chicago’s Regal Theatre on 24 November 1965, Live At The Regal is considered by many to be one of the best blues albums of all time. Its presence in the National Recording Registry at the Library Of Congress certainly gives an idea of how highly the recording is regarded.
The BB King Blues Band featuring The Voice Michael Lee. bbkingbluesband.