Watch the video for All Over Again from . King's Anthology for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Born as Riley B. King, he began broadcasting his music live on a Memphis radio station called WDIA. At first, he used the name The Peptikon Boy on air, which later was changed to The Beale Street Blues Boy, and then further shortened to just Blues Boy or . B. King (b. September 16, 1925 in Itta Bena, Mississippi; died May 14, 2015 in Las Vegas) was a . blues guitarist and songwriter.
ALL OVER AGAIN is a typically excellent, early-'80s live set from great bluesman . Highlights include the ballad "Guess Who," which elicits an audacious two-verse vocal-esque trumpet solo from band member James Bolden that deservedly drives the audience to paroxysms of applause. In "Going Out of My Mind," King cannily declares that he "didn't exactly have the blues/I just wasn't satisfied
King lyrics - 501 song lyrics sorted by album, including "The Thrill Is Gone", "Never Make A Move Too Soon", "Every Day I Have The Blues". sort by album sort by song. album: "Singin' The Blues" (1956). Please Love Me You Upset Me Baby Every Day I Have The Blues Bad Luck 3 O'Clock Blues Blind Love Woke Up This Morning You Know I Love You Sweet Little Angel Ten Long Years Did You Ever Love A Woman Crying Won't Help You. album: "The Blues" (1958)
King's discography lists the recordings of . c/w "Can't We Talk It Over" (non-album track) and "16 Tons" (non-album track) on different releases. - - "Things Are Not the Same". c/w "Fishin After Me" (from My Kind of Blues). Things Are Not the Same" - 351-2.
All You Ever Give Me Is The Blues. Why Do Things Happen To Me. Why Does Everything Happen To Me'. Why I Sing The Blues. King - Summer In The City. King - Troubles, Troubles, Troubles.
Universal’s 2012 box set Ladies & Gentleme. r. King is hardly the first . King box set - MCA assembled a similar four-disc set called King of the Blues in 1992, Ace had a tremendous four-CD box called The Vintage Years in 2002 that covered his pre-ABC/Paramount recordings (apparently every ten years it’s time for a. new . box) - but it certainly is the most ambitious, arriving in two separate career-spanning incarnations. All Over Again – 02:36 23. I’d Rather Drink Muddy Water – 02:21 24. Cherry Red – 02:26 25.
We'll have things fixed soon. Cause you brought the flames and you put me through hell I had to learn how to fight for myself And we both know all the truth I could tell I'll just say this is I wish you farewell. I hope you're somewhere prayin’, prayin' I hope your soul is changin', changin' I hope you find your peace Falling on your knees, prayin' . Kesha returns with Praying, her first solo release in over four years since Crazy Kids was released as a single from her 2012 album Warrior. Praying is a power ballad clearly directed at her long legal battle with producer Dr. Luke.
Don't You Lie to Me" (Hudson Whittaker). I Wonder Why" (William Preston, George Johnson). I Just Wanna Make Love to You" (Willie Dixon). Your Lovin' Turned Me On" (Riley King, Esmond Edwards). Slow and Easy" (Earl Randle). Got My Mojo Working" (Preston Foster). Walking in the Sun" (Jeff Barry). Mother Fuyer" (Traditional; arranged and adapted by Riley King). The Same Love That Made Me Laugh" (Bill Withers).
from the album Mr. . But when I think about the things that I've gone through, like, well for instance, if I have a girlfriend and she misuses me, and I go home at night, maybe I'm lonely, well not maybe, I am lonely, I pick up Lucille and it bring out those funny sounds that sound good to me, you know. Sometime I get to the place where I can't even say nothing. Look out. Sometime I think it's crying. And when the gas ran all over the floor, the building caught on fire, and almost burned me up trying to save Lucille. Oh I, I imagine you're still wondering why I call it Lucille, the lady that started that brawl that night was named Lucille. And that's been Lucille ever since to me. One more now, Lucille. Sounds pretty good to me.
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|The Things You Put Me Through||1:51|
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