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B.B. King - Live In Cook County Jail Album
B.B. King - Live In Cook County Jail Album
Performer: B.B. King
Title: Live In Cook County Jail
Label: ABC Records
Country: US
Style: Electric Blues
Cat: ABCS-723
Rating: 4.3/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 1235 mb | MP3 size: 1342 mb | WMA size: 2023 mb
Genre: Blues
Tracklist

1Darlin' You Know I Love You
Written-By – J. Taub, B.B. King
2Every Day I Have The Blues
Written-By – P. Chatman
1:43
3Worry, Worry, Worry
Written-By – D. Plumber, J. Taub
9:57
4Medley(6:15)
5The Thrill Is Gone
Written-By – B.B. King
5:21
6Introductions1:50
7Please Accept My Love
Written-By – B.B. King, S. Ling
4:02
8How Blue Can You Get
Written-By – J. Feather
5:09
9 3 O'Clock Blues
Written-By – J. Taub, B.B. King
10Sweet Sixteen
Written-By – B.B. King, J. Josea
4:20

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
ABCS-723B.B. King Live In Cook County Jail ‎(LP, Album)ABC RecordsABCS-723US1971
MCA-27005B.B. King Live In Cook County Jail ‎(LP, Album, RE)MCA RecordsMCA-27005Canada1980
LPS-77804B.B. King Live In Cook County Jail ‎(LP, Album)ABC RecordsLPS-77804Venezuela1971
113 162-1B.B. King Live In Cook County Jail ‎(LP, Album, RE, 180)ABC Records113 162-1Europe2000
MCAD-11769B.B. King Live In Cook County Jail ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM)MCA RecordsMCAD-11769USUnknown

Credits

  • Alto SaxophoneBooker Walker, Booker Walker
  • BassWilbert Freeman
  • DrumsSonny Freeman
  • GuitarB.B. King
  • PianoRon Levy
  • ProducerBill Szymczyk
  • Remastered ByErick Labson
  • Tenor SaxophoneLouis Hubert
  • TrumpetJohn Browning
  • VocalsB.B. King
  • Alto SaxophoneBooker Walker
  • Art DirectionWoody Woodward
  • BassWilbert Freeman
  • Directed By [Direction], ManagementSidney A. Seidenberg
  • DrumsSonny Freeman
  • EngineerAaron Baron
  • Guitar, VocalsB.B. King
  • Liner NotesGeoffrey Harding
  • Photography ByChester Sheard
  • PianoRon Levy
  • ProducerBill Szymczyk
  • Tenor SaxophoneLouis Hubert
  • TrumpetJohn Browning

Notes

Recorded September 10, 1970 at Cook County Jail, Chicago, IL.

Publishing Information:
Track A2 published by Arc Music Corp./Golden State Songs (BMI).
Track A3 published by Modern Age Music Pub. Co. (BMI).
Tracks A4, B1a, B1b, and B4 published by Modern Music Pub. Co. (BMI).
Track B2 published by Progressive Music (BMI).
Track B3 published by Pamco Music, Inc./Sounds of Lucille (BMI).

On the backcover (bottom): A PRODUCT OF ABC/DUNHILL RECORDS, INC., 8255 BEVERLY BLVD., LOS ANGELES, CALIF. 90048/ 1330 AVE. OF AMERICAS, NEW YORK, N.Y. 10019, ©MCMLXXI . MADE IN U.S.A.

Multi-color labels variation - see images.Recorded in performance at Cook County Jail, Chicago, IL., September 10, 1970

Originally released as an LP in 1971.

Companies

  • Recorded At – Cook County Jail
  • Remastered At – MCA Music Media Studios
  • Recorded At – Cook County Jail
  • Copyright (c) – ABC Records, Inc.
  • Published By – Arc Music Corp.
  • Published By – Golden State Songs
  • Published By – Modern Age Music Co.
  • Published By – Modern Music Pub. Co.
  • Published By – Progressive Music
  • Published By – Pamco Music Inc.
  • Published By – Sounds Of Lucille
  • Produced For – Z Mfg. Co.
  • Recorded By – Location Recorders

Album

All in all, a great album and I think a blues fan should pick this and the Regal both up. Worry, Worry, Worry, 09:55. Live In County Jail Tracklist. He is among the. King's set list consisted mostly of slow blues songs, which had been hits earlier in his career. Because Cook County is little more than a rehash of the familiar B. King Mailing Lists. Still, no King album is ever really bad. Live In Cook County Jail, 1971. Subscribe to B. King b. King - Please Accept My Love. Universal Music Group. And yet Live In Cook County Jail, recorded on 10 September 1970, is an unusual concept, as few artists had followed Johnny Cashs pioneering example of recording in a prison. When King told ABC Records about the performance, he was advised to bring along press and recording equipment. King - Introduction. Recorded September 10, 1970 at Cook County Jail, Chicago, IL. King - Medley: 3 O'Clock Blues, Darlin' You Know I Love You. Wixen Music Publishing, Inc. blues guitarist and songwriter. Every Day I Have The Blues Live In Cook County Jail1970. BB is in such great form on Live In Cook County Jail pitching his voice as high as he can go, and following unbelievably beautiful lyrical lines on Lucille. Thanks to snobb for the addition. Live at the Regal is still the champ of King's live output, but many say this runs a close second, and they just may be right. More places to buy metal & B. Introduction Lyrics. King - Worry, Worry. Another treat is the drumming by Kings bandleader of 12 years, Sonny Freeman. King which, despite its great moments, has already been given definitive statement elsewhere, most memorably on Live At the Regal. UMG от лица компании Geffen SODRAC, UMPG Publishing и другие авторские общества 9. Artists: B. While the audience in Live at the Regal can almost become disruptive to the music, the audience in Cook County leans closer to non-responsive unless King pries a. Buy B. Listen free to B. King, recorded on September 10, 1970, in Cook County Jail in Chicago. King - Sweet Sixteen. The one weakness of the three recent studio albums has been an occasional stiffness in the guitar playing. Its inevitable that this BB King album will be compared to 1965s Live At The Regal, recorded by the same blues giant and hailed as one of the greatest live albums of all time. King - Every Day I Have The Blues. Every Day I Have the Blues, 01:42. King's set list consisted mostly of slow blues songs, which had been hits earlier in his career. Everyday I Have the Blues Lyrics. reaction out of them, which the King is still apt to do. King, fans are split between Live in Cook County Jail and Live at the Regal, both being classic blues albums and excellent performances by Mr. But every so often B. Songs in album B. Live In Cook County Jail. This page includes B. How Blue Can You Get . September 16, 1925 in Itta Bena, Mississippi died May 14, 2015 in Las Vegas was a U. KING - LIVE IN COOK COUNTY JAIL music. Now playing. King has cut a lot free to B. Live In County Jail. Often with B. Enter the password that accompanies your username. King has cut a lot of albums since the. King Live In Cook County Jail Introduction, Everyday I Have The Blues and more. King - How Blue Can You Get 551. Medley: 3 O'Clock BluesDarlin' You Know I Love You, 06:18. KING music. King - Medley: 3 O'Clock Blues, Darlin' You Know I Love You. gives a stronger vocal performance, but that isn't a diss on Live in Cook by any means. King - Live In Cook County Jail 1970. BB King. Sony ATV Publishing, LatinAutor и другие авторские общества 6. King - The Thrill Is Gone. My personal favorite is still Live at the Regal simply because of the larger backing band and I feel B. Play jigsaw puzzles for free Home. Agreeing to a request by jail warden Winston Moore, King and his band performed for an audience of 2,117 prisoners, most of whom were young black men. Introductions Live In Cook County Jail1970. King has cut a lot of albums since the success of Live at the Regal. Released January 1971. 8 tracks 38:40. Live in Cook County Jail is a 1971 live album by American blues musician B. The guitar playing on Cook County is as good as the man ever plays: he is in top form from beginning to end. 8 tracks 40:24. It is the sparser sound that often draws fans to Live in Cook over Live at the Regal. He sustains a soaring, hair-raising note in How Blue Can You Get thats so fine it likely claimed a few scalps on the night. The one drawback to this album, for me personally, is King's audience interplay just doesn't seem as strong on this album and I tend to blame the audience more than B. And, like the live shows they document, none of them are any less than solid and professional, hallmarks of Kings work aesthetic. Particularly striking is the audiences failure to respond to Kings efforts at recreating past successes. truly catches fire his playing and singing comes up an extra notch or two, and the result is a live album with some real sparks to it

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