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11-12-2014, 17:23
Music | Blues

B.B. King - Anthology [3CD] (2014)

Artist: B.B. King
Title Of Album: Anthology
Year Of Release: 2014
Genre: Chicago Blues
Label: U-5
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 84:00+72:01+75:57
Total Size: 195+170+178 Mb
Covers: Front

CD 1:
01. Ghetto Woman (5:14)
02. Nobody Loves Me But My Mother (8:07)
03. Sweet Sixteen (5:32)
04. There Must Be A Better World Somewhere (5:36)
05. The Thrill Is Gone (5:24)
06. Hummingbird (4:32)
07. Everyday I Have The Blues (2:37)
08. Why I Sing The Blues (8:36)
09. Caldonia (3:58)
10. Don't Answer The Door (5:08)
11. Paying The Cost To Be The Boss (2:32)
12. I Like To Live The Love (3:15)
13. Never Trust A Woman (2:35)
14. Three O'clock Blues (2:59)
15. Nightlife/Please Send Me Someone To Love (4:31)
16. To Know You Is To Love You (8:30)
17. Gambler's Blues (4:46)

CD 2:
01. Help The Poor ( 2:36)
02. Chains And Things ( 4:53)
03. Guess Who ( 4:05)
04. Ain't Nobody Home ( 3:13)
05. How Many More Years ( 3:06)
06. I Got Some Help I Don't Need ( 3:21)
07. Please Accept My Love ( 2:32)
08. Early In The Mornin' ( 4:47)
09. You Upset Me Baby ( 2:39)
10. Raining In My Heart ( 2:27)
11. I'm Gonna Move To The Outskirts Of Town ( 4:49)
12. Sneakin' Around ( 2:05)
13. Lucille (10:10)
14. Into The Night ( 4:09)
15. Never Make A Move Too Soon ( 7:51)
16. Just A Little Love ( 5:16)
17. Rock Me Baby ( 3:56)

CD 3:
01. How Blue Can You Get (2:41)
02. Five Long Years (7:32)
03. Chains Of Love (2:34)
04. Key To The Highway (4:30)
05. So Excited (5:34)
06. Is You Is Or Is You Ain't (My Baby) (3:21)
07. Backwater Blues (7:33)
08. How Long, How Long Blues (2:46)
09. Baby, Get Lost (4:09)
10. You Done Lost Your Good Thing Now (4:33)
11. See That My Grave Is Kept Clean (4:48)
12. It's My Own Fault (4:12)
13. Driftin' Blues (5:08)
14. I Pity The Fool (4:36)
15. T-Bone Shuffle (Feat. Joe Louis Walker) (6:37)
16. Playin' With My Friends (Feat. Robert Cray) (5:16)

"King of the Blues" B.B. King began as a disc jockey in Memphis before finding fame as a blues and R&B guitarist, with hits like "The Thrill Is Gone."

After serving in World War II, Riley B. King, better known as B.B. King, became a disc jockey in Memphis, Tennessee, where he was dubbed "the Beale Street Blues Boy." That nickname was shortened to "B.B." and the guitarist cut his first record in 1949. He spent the next decades recording and touring, playing more than 300 shows a year. An artist of international renown, King has worked with other musicians from rock, pop and country backgrounds. He won his 15th Grammy Award in 2009.

Early Career:
A singer and guitarist born into a sharecropping family on September 16, 1925, in Itta Bena, Mississippi, B.B. King—born Riley B. King—became one of the best-known blues performers, an important consolidator of blues styles, and a primary model for rock guitarists. Following his service in the U.S. Army, he began his career as a disc jockey in Memphis, Tennessee, where he was dubbed "the Beale Street Blues Boy." That nickname was soon shortened to "B.B."
King made his first recording in 1949, and the next year began a 12-year-long association with Kent/RPM/Modern, for which he recorded a string of rhythm and blues hits, including "You Know I Love You," "Woke Up This Morning" and "Three O'Clock Blues," which reached No. 1 on the R&B charts and became his first national hit. He also toured the nightclub circuit continuously, averaging more than 300 shows annually for over 30 years. His style of music earned him the title "King of the Blues."

Famed Guitar 'Lucille':
Coincidentally, the year that King made his first recording was also the same year that he named his beloved guitar. King attended a dance in Twist, Arkansas, that had a barrel lit with kerosene in the middle of the dance floor, used to keep the crowd warm late at night. While there, a fight broke out and the barrel was knocked over, causing a fire to spread throughout the venue. Everyone evacuated, including King, but he rushed back inside to retrieve his prized guitar.
Luckily, he managed to escape with his guitar as the building collapsed around him. King later learned that the fight erupted because of a woman who worked at the venue named Lucille. From then on, King named his guitar "Lucille" to remind himself never to do anything so foolish again.

Hit 'The Thrill Is Gone':
In 1962, King signed with ABC Records, which released Live at the Regal (1965), a benchmark blues concert album. In 1969, he released his biggest hit single, "The Thrill is Gone." The first bluesman to tour the Soviet Union in 1979, by this time he had also become the first bluesman to enter the pop mainstream, making regular appearances in Las Vegas, Nevada and on network television.
King also found commericial success with the many collaborations he's made over the years, including with artists Eric Clapton, Elton John, Sheryl Crow, Van Morrison and Bonnie Raitt.
In 1987, King was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

Highly-Acclaimed Musical Artist:
One of music's best-regarded performers, King picked up the Grammy Award for Best Traditional Blues Album in 2006 for his duets album 80, having won the award multiple times over the decades. Later that year, he received the Presidential Medal of Freedom from President George W. Bush. The legendary singer and guitarist also became the subject of his own museum, which opened its doors in 2008. The B.B. King Museum and Delta Interpretive Center in Indianola, Mississippi, is dedicated to King's music, the music which influenced him, and the history of the delta area.
Also in 2008, King released his latest studio album One Kind Favor to critical acclaim. He did his own take on songs by John Lee Hooker, T-Bone Walker and Lonnie Johnson, earning yet another Grammy Award for his efforts, marking his 15th win. In February 2012, King played a special gig at the White House with Buddy Guy and others. He and his fellow performers were accompanied by President Barack Obama on the song "Sweet Home Chicago."

Recent Years:
King played more than 250 concerts per year well into his 70s. In his 80s, the number of tour dates the guitarist booked have been more limited in number. His health has been deteriorating over the past few years. After a shaky concert in April 2014 at the Peabody Opera House in St. Louis, fans voiced their concern about King on social media saying he appeared to be suffering from Alzheimer’s disease or dementia. After that show, the blues legend issued a public apology for his erratic performance. In October 2014, the 89-year old fell onstage during a performance at Chicago’s House of Blues and cancelled several upcoming gigs. In a statement issued on his web site after the fall, it said the singer had been “diagnosed with dehydration and suffering from exhaustion.” But no matter where he is, King has his signature guitar "Lucille" in his hands.

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