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B.B. King

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B.B. King & Sheryl Crow  Need Your Love So Bad   buy on itunes
B.B. King  Ask Me No Questions   buy on itunes
B.B. King & Eric Clapton  Ten Long Years   buy on itunes
B.B. King  Ain't Nobody's Business   buy on itunes
B.B. King  I Done Got Wise   buy on itunes
B.B. King  Drowning In the Sea of Love   buy on itunes
B.B. King & Bobby "Blue" Bland  Driftin' Blues   buy on itunes
B.B. King  There Is Always One More Time   buy on itunes
B.B. King  Let's Straighten It Out   buy on itunes
B.B. King  Please Love Me   buy on itunes
B.B. King featuring Bonnie Raitt  Baby I Love You   buy on itunes
B.B. King  Ain't Nobody Like My Baby   buy on itunes
Tony Bennett  Let the Good Times Roll   buy on itunes
B.B. King  Sneakin' Around   buy on itunes
B.B. King  Boogie Woogie Woman   buy on itunes
B.B. King  Waiting for Your Call   buy on itunes
B.B. King  Nobody Knows You When You're Down and Out   buy on itunes
B.B. King  Help the Poor   buy on itunes
B.B. King  I'm Gonna Sit In 'Til You Give In   buy on itunes
B.B. King  Jump with B.B.   buy on itunes
B.B. King  That Ain't the Way to Do It   buy on itunes
B.B. King  Just Like a Woman   buy on itunes
B.B. King & John Mayer  Hummingbird   buy on itunes
B.B. King featuring Mick Hucknall  Please Send Me Someone to Love   buy on itunes

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Water seeks its level, so a towering musical giant like B.B. has, naturally, been a magnet for other geniuses, like crooner-king Tony Bennett, who helps B.B. spin the wheel to "Let the Good Times Roll," and fellow blues boss John Lee Hooker, who feels the earth move under his feet when King joins him on "You Shook Me." And that same state of grace from which he's operated since he took Memphis by storm in the late '40s still moves B.B.'s fingers and his soul to this very day; at the age of 83, he's released one of his finest albums — the raw, rowdy return to roots [i]One Kind Favor[/i]; super-producer T-Bone Burnett eggs him on to take a bigger bite out of the blues than ever on killer cuts like "Waiting for Your Call," where Lucille tears at King's heavy-hearted sorrow like a spurned sweetheart ripping a love-letter to pieces.
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