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  1. Galkree says:
    Jun 09,  · The plodding rhythms laid down by a coterie of British rock stars for this set make one long for B.B. King's road-tested regular band. But it was the fashion in to dispatch American blues legends to London to record mediocre LPs with alleged rock royalty (the lineup here includes Ringo Starr, Peter Green, Alexis Korner, and Klaus Voorman).
  2. Taular says:
    Disc two moves into the deep soul territory of "Ain't Nobody Home" and the slippery post-Chicago blues of "Ghetto Woman," both from In London, as well as the slick studio production on the single "I Got Some Help I Don't Need," which B.B. wrote with Dave $
  3. Jukus says:
    I love this album. Still have the LP from early '70's and bought the CD too. Listened to the LP so many times and had fun trying to play along w/ the king. B.B. plays with very good musicians here. Probably my favorite song is the acoustic guitar instrumental duet "Alexis' Boogie", followed closely by Blue Shadows and Wet Wayshark/5(16).
  4. Golkis says:
    In London, an Album by B.B. King. Released in October on ABC (catalog no. ABCX; Vinyl LP). Genres: Blues, Electric Blues. Featured peformers: Ed Michel (producer), Joe Zagarino (producer), Joe Zagarino (engineer), Baker Bigsby (assistant engineer), Andrew Hendrickson (assistant engineer), Pete Booth (assistant engineer), Chris Kimsey (assistant engineer), Rufus Cartwright (assistant.
  5. Tadal says:
    Ghetto Woman This song is by B.B. King and appears on the album In London () on the compilation album Why I Sing the Blues ().
  6. Kilabar says:
    There are two instrumentals allowing B.B to jam with the London crew. On the others, B.B. is in good voice. The standout songs for me are: "Blue Shadows Falling", "Ghetto Woman", and "Ain't Nobody Home". That last one I have on a 45 rpm single bought many years ago and was a major reason for buying this CD--to have it on a quality pressing/5(8).
  7. Tojind says:
    In London, an Album by B.B. King. Released in on Probe (catalog no. J ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Blues, Electric Blues.
  8. Nikozilkree says:
    B.B. King - Sep. - May When T-Bone Walker was the father of electric blues guitar, then BB is King of the noble Lord who brought them to the people.

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