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The Woman I Love - B.B. King - 16 Greatest Hits (CD)

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  1. As part of the celebration of B.B. King's 80th birthday Virgin released the double-disc set Original Greatest Hits in September of -- the week B.B. turned Since there have been so many comps of King's long career, all bearing titles similar to Original Greatest Hits, it's easy to assume that this collection is yet another recycling of the familiar B.B. standards from the late '60s and 10/
  2. This is a great CD - I have enjoyed listening to it all. I find it hard to review music and it is so personal - each of us has such differing tastes - however if you enjoy BB King then you should enjoy this one. There are 34 tracks to choose from: a plethora of hits from which /5().
  3. His Definitive Greatest Hits is a compilation album by American blues musician B.B. King. It was compiled by Richard Ganter and released on April 12, by Universal Music TV. [2]Genre: Blues, electric blues, rhythm and blues, blues .
  4. Overview. B.B. King's first charting single, "3 O'Clock Blues," reached No. 1 on the Billboard R&B charts in He charted further No. 1 singles on various Billboard R&B charts with "You Know I Love You," "Please Love Me" and "You Upset Me Baby." Between 19he had 10 top 10 hits on the R&B chart, including "Sweet Sixteen," "Chains And Things," "I Like To Live the Love" and one his Live albums:
  5. Professional ratings; Review scores; Source Rating; AllMusic: The Ultimate Collection is a compilation album by B.B. King, released in Track listing. Three O'Clock Blues" – "Please Love .
  6. Listen to your favorite songs from Definitive Greatest Hits by B. B. King Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. Download our mobile app now.
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  8. He recorded two tracks for the album Juju with Bobby Tench's band Gass, followed by a solo single, one with Nigel Watson, sessions with B. B. King in London in and an uncredited appearance on Fleetwood Mac's Penguin LP in , on the song "Night Watch". At this time, Green's mental illness and drug use had become entrenched and he faded.

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