Please Love Me - B.B. King - Singin The Blues (Vinyl, LP)


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2014
Label: Rumble Records (10) - RUM 2011069 • Format: Vinyl LP, Compilation, Reissue • Country: Europe • Genre: Blues • Style: Modern Electric Blues


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  1. B.B. King's SINGIN' THE BLUES is one of the eight. Originally scheduled as LRP, it appeared in on CROWN as CLP It's a legitimate "best of" album that includes ten of King's early R&B hits, including his first-ever charting single, "3 O'Clock Blues."/5(25).
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Singin' The Blues on Discogs. Label: Crown Records (2) - CLP ,Crown Records (2) - • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Mono • Country: US • Genre: Blues • Style: Modern Electric Blues Please Love Me: A2: You Upset Me Baby: A3: Everyday I Have The Blues: A4: Bad Luck /5(30).
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Singin' The Blues on Discogs. Label: Crown Records (2) - CLP ,Crown Records (2) - • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Repress, Mono • Country: US • Genre: Blues • Style: Modern Electric Blues5/5(1).
  4. Please Love Me: A2: You Upset Me Baby: A3: Everyday I Have The Blues: A4: Bad Luck: A5: 3 O'Clock Blues: A6: Blind Love: B1: Woke Up This Morning: B2: You Know I Love You: B3: Sweet Little Angel: B4: Ten Long Years: B5: Did You Ever Love A Woman: B6: Crying Won't Help You4/5(5).
  5. Please Love Me: A2: You Upset Me Baby: A3: Everyday I Have The Blues: A4: Bad Luck: A5: 3 O'Clock Blues: A6: Blind Love: B1: Woke Up This Morning: B2: You Know I Love You: B3: Sweet Little Angel: B4: Ten Long Years: B5: Did You Ever Love A Woman: B6: Crying Won't Help You.
  6. The vinyl sounded good, but you could sort of tell that it was some kind of digital file, which I would later find out that the MP3's you get with this purchase is what's on the vinyl. They're identical from what I can tell. I was curious to see how much better it sounded compared to the version of Singin' The Blues that I own already, as seen /5(14).
  7. "King's Spot," became so popular, it was expanded and became the "Sepia Swing Club." Soon B.B. needed a catchy radio name. What started out as Beale Street Blues Boy was shortened to Blues Boy King, and eventually B.B. King. In the mids, while B.B. was performing at a dance in Twist, Arkansas, a few fans became unruly.
  8. B.B. King's SINGIN' THE BLUES is one of the eight. Originally scheduled as LRP, it appeared in on CROWN as CLP It's a legitimate "best of" album that includes ten of King's early R&B hits, including his first-ever charting single, "3 O'Clock Blues." Includes highest R&B chart positions and years of release, (where applicable /5(24).
  9. 'Singin' The Blues' was issued as Crown in spring and featured some of B. B. King's best-loved songs up to that point. The LP included four #1 R&B hits: '3 O'Clock Blues' and 'You Know I Love You' (), 'Please Love Me' () and 'You Upset Me Baby' (); four other top ten hits; plus 'Blind Love' from and covers of Tampa Red's 'Crying Won't Help You' () and Gatemouth /5(24).