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  1. Voodookus
    Blues On The Bayou by B.B. King - CD () for $ from arcabrolacongtepiramortcuvespwall.co Blues Living Blues: ' King is at long last back making records that resemble his brilliant live presentations the real King has emerged once more. Blues fans everywhere, rejoice.' - Order by Phone /5(80).
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  2. Vudonos
    Singin' the Blues () Please Love Me, You Upset Me Baby, Every Day I Have the Blues, Bad Luck, 3 O'Clock Blues, Blind Love, Woke Up This Morning, You Know I Love You, Sweet Little Angel, Ten Long Years, Did You Ever Love a Woman, Crying Won't Help You Whole Lotta Meat, I'm, Cracking Up Over You, I Stay in the Mood, When My Heart Beats Like a Hammer'Million Years Blues', Jump With You .
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  3. Vuramar
    If Blues on the Bayou’s title doesn’t convince you that this is the album you want, consider this: Among the 15 tracks that fill its hour-plus playing time are “Blues Boy’s Tune,” “Blues Man,” “Blues We Like” and “Blues in ‘G.’”In the 51st year of his recording career when the world’s most famous blues guitarist came to this disc, he wasn’t about to make.
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  4. Bajora
    My Kind of Blues is a studio album by American bluesman B. B. arcabrolacongtepiramortcuvespwall.coing to biographer David McGee, the songs were recorded in at the Chess Records studios in Chicago. However, researcher Colin Escott identifies the recordings as being from a March 3, session, when King was under contract to the Bihari brothers and recorded in the Los Angeles area.
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  5. Tarr
    Blues on the Bayou, an Album by B.B. King. Released 20 October on MCA (catalog no. MCAD; CD). Genres: Electric Blues, Blues. Featured peformers: B.B. King (guitar, songwriter), James Bolden (leader, trumpet), Tony Coleman (percussion), Calep Emphrey, Jr. (drums), Melvin Jackson (saxophone), Leon Warren (guitar), Michael Doster (bass), James Toney (keyboards), Stanley .
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  6. Kekus
    Miss Martha King 5. When Your Baby Packs Up and Goes 6. My Baby's Gone 7. She's a Mean Woman 8. Hard Working Women 9. Some Day Somewhere Shake It Up and Go Gotta Find My Baby B.B. Boogie A New Way of Driving It's My Own Fault Baby You Done Lost Your Good Thing Now Paying the Cost to Be the Boss Everyday I Have.
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  7. Voodoojinn
    Always loved B.B. but Albert was the "king" with me when it comes to the Blues- a perfect combination of smoky Soul vocals and icy Blues guitar. That said, B.B., truly is the king live (and co-fave) and he leaves no doubt during this performance in front of an enthusiastic crowd, which included Ali, Don King (and very likely Forman and James.
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  8. Samurisar
    Buy Blues On The Bayou CD from B. B. King for $ and pay no postage. Listen now for free. More than CDs, DVDs, Vinyls, Games, Technics, Equipment and .
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