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B.B. King
Unexpected: Just Guitar
Modern Electric Blues,Soul-Blues,Early R&B,Memphis Blues,Regional Blues
Date of release:
February 23, 1993
FLAC vers. size:
1111 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1373 mb
WMA vers. size:
1426 mb
Other formats
4.3 ★

This album features hithero unissued tracks. Alternate titles: B2 Mashed Potato Twist B4 Calypso Jazz. Just Guitar ‎(Cass, Album, RE, Dol).

The Thrill Is Gone (5). . Thanks for your vote!. Bass Drums Vocals Lead Rhythm Keys. I bought a 335 just to cover his stuff. DjBanana Apr 21 2017, 07:16 AM reply. im building a 335 this year i cant wait. Mcnaldo Jun 23 2017, 07:36 PM reply. Great track especially with BB who is a very underrated vocalist I think.

Deuces Wild is the thirty fifth studio album by . King released on November 4, 1997. Every song on the album features a second famous musician. If You Love Me" (with Van Morrison) - 5:48. The Thrill Is Gone" (with Tracy Chapman) - 5:00. Rock Me Baby" (with Eric Clapton) - 6:38. Please Send Me Someone to Love" (with Mick Hucknall) - 4:16. Baby I Love You" (with Bonnie Raitt) - 4:00. Ain't Nobody Home" (with D'Angelo) - 5:18. Pauly's Birthday Boogie" (with Jools Holland) - 3:39.

All the great songs and lyrics from the "Just Guitar" album ont he Web's largest and most authoritative lyrics resource. Missing lyrics by Sandy Nasson? Know any other songs by Sandy Nasson? Don't keep it to yourself!

Don't You Lie to Me" (Hudson Whittaker). I Wonder Why" (William Preston, George Johnson). I Just Wanna Make Love to You" (Willie Dixon). Your Lovin' Turned Me On" (Riley King, Esmond Edwards). Slow and Easy" (Earl Randle). Got My Mojo Working" (Preston Foster). Walking in the Sun" (Jeff Barry). Mother Fuyer" (Traditional; arranged and adapted by Riley King). The Same Love That Made Me Laugh" (Bill Withers).

The original Lucille - the guitar King rescued that night in the fire - was an inexpensive, small-bodied Gibson L-30 archtop. The singer would go on to play a range of guitars over the ensuing years, attaching the Lucille name to each one. He was particularly drawn to Gibsons of the semi-hollow ES (Electric Spanish) variety, such as the ES-335 model that can be heard on his legendary 1965 disc, Live at the Regal. Upon hearing his guitar had been recovered, King met with Dahl and traded him a new Lucille for the prized 80th Birthday model. Following the exchange, Dahl recalled that King told me he hoped I’d enjoy playing mine as much as he enjoys playing his. Indeed, it would seem that . King has continued to enjoy playing his Lucille, right up to and through his most recent show, on October 3rd, 2014.


B.B. King - Guitar, Primary Artist, Vocals