Rhythm Highways (Music)
Thu May 28th 2015 5.00am–7.00am
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Albert Collins “Frosty”
from Collins Mix (virgin records 1993) —This re-recording of Collins' 1962 classic instrumental features nice give and take between Albert and his guest - Mr. B.B. King!
Bobby "Blue" Bland “Let The Good Times Roll”
from The Anthology (MCA 2001) —This duet was recorded in 1976, and was originally released as an ABC-Impulse single. Personally, I think both B.B. and Bobby were having a very good time - and remember, both men had deep, deep Memphis roots.
Dr. John “Hen Layin' Rooster”
from N'Awlinz Dis Dat Or D'Udda (EMI 2004) —This tune features B.B. singing a couple verses, and it also feature's Gatemouth Brown. Earl Palmer's on drums.
B.B. King “Miss Martha King”
from Bullet Records Blues (Blue Label/SPV 2007) —This was the A-side of B.B.'s 1st single, cut in Nashville for Bullet Records in 1949 when he was 23-24 years old. Tuff Green's band is heard, and B.B. was still a DJ at WDIA radio at that time.
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