B.B. King – Indianola Mississippi Seeds (1970/2020) [FLAC 24bit, 96 kHz]

B.B. King - Indianola Mississippi Seeds (1970/2020) [FLAC 24bit, 96 kHz] Download

Artist: B.B. King
Album: Indianola Mississippi Seeds
Genre: Blues
Release Date: 1970/2020
Audio Format:: FLAC (tracks) 24bit, 96 kHz
Duration: 39:28
Total Tracks: 9
Total Size: 841 MB


1-1. B.B. King – Nobody Loves Me But My Mother (01:26)
1-2. B.B. King – You’re Still My Woman (06:03)
1-3. B.B. King – Ask Me No Questions (03:08)
1-4. B.B. King – Until I’m Dead And Cold (04:44)
1-5. B.B. King – King’s Special (05:11)
1-6. B.B. King – Ain’t Gonna Worry My Life Anymore (05:20)
1-7. B.B. King – Chains And Things (04:53)
1-8. B.B. King – Go Underground (04:02)
1-9. B.B. King – Hummingbird (04:38)


B.B. King is not only a timeless singer and guitarist, he’s also a natural-born entertainer, and on Live at the Regal the listener is treated to an exhibition of all three of his talents. Over percolating horn hits and rolling shuffles, King treats an enthusiastic audience (at some points, they shriek after he delivers each line) to a collection of some of his greatest hits. The backing band is razor-sharp, picking up the leader’s cues with almost telepathic accuracy. King’s voice is rarely in this fine of form, shifting effortlessly between his falsetto and his regular range, hitting the microphone hard for gritty emphasis and backing off in moments of almost intimate tenderness. Nowhere is this more evident than at the climax of “How Blue Can You Get,” where the Chicago venue threatens to explode at King’s prompting. Of course, the master’s guitar is all over this record, and his playing here is among the best in his long career. Displaying a jazz sensibility, King’s lines are sophisticated without losing their grit. More than anything else, Live at the Regal is a textbook example of how to set up a live performance. Talking to the crowd, setting up the tunes with a vignette, King is the consummate entertainer. Live at the Regal is an absolutely necessary acquisition for fans of B.B. King or blues music in general. A high point, perhaps even the high point, for uptown blues. – Daniel Gioffre

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