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B.B. King - Live at the Regal album download

B.B. King - Live at the Regal album download

B.B. King
Live at the Regal
Early R&B,Electric Blues,Modern Electric Blues,Soul-Blues,Urban Blues,Memphis Blues,Modern Blues,Regional Blues
November 21, 1964
Recording location:
Regal Theatre, Chicago, IL
MP3 archive size:
1685 mb
FLAC archive size:
1517 mb
Other formats:

Live At The Regal ‎(LP, Album, RE, Promo). ABC Records, ABC Records.

Live at the Regal is a 1965 live album by American blues guitarist and singer . It was recorded on November 21, 1964 at the Regal Theater in Chicago. The album is widely heralded as one of the greatest blues albums ever recorded and is on Rolling Stone's 500 Greatest Albums of All Time. In 2005, Live at the Regal was selected for permanent preservation in the National Recording Registry at the Library of Congress in the United States.

King is not only a timeless singer and guitarist, he's also a natural-born entertainer, and on Live at the Regal the listener is treated to an exhibition of all three of his talents. Over percolating horn hits and rolling shuffles, King treats an enthusiastic audience (at some points, they shriek after he delivers each line) to a collection of some of his greatest hits. The backing band is razor-sharp, picking up the leader's cues with almost telepathic accuracy

King - Every Day I Have The Blues. King - Sweet Little Angel.

Live at the Regal Tracklist. 1. Everyday I Have the Blues Lyrics. 2. Sweet Little Angel (Live at the Regal) Lyrics. 3. It's My Own Fault Lyrics. Recorded on November 21, 1964 at the Regal Theater in Chicago. Released the following year. The album is widely heralded as one of the greatest blues albums ever recorded and is on Rolling Stone’s 500 Greatest Albums of All Time. Live at the Regal Q&A.

Title: Live at the Regal. Live at the Regal is considered to be the greatest live Blues LP ever recorded. King "Live at The Regal" LP Record Vinyl (Original in Stereo) 1960's. King - Live at the Regal IN ORIGINAL SHRINK. Rare original stereo pressing of . King recorded live at the Regal Theatre, Chicago, Nov. 1964. This release is the 1967 Stereo pressing with Matrix "ABCS-509A" (side 1), "ABCS-509B" (side 2),.

Features Song Lyrics for . King's Live At the Regal album. Sweet Little Angel - Live At The Regal Theater, Chicago/1964 Lyrics. King Lyrics provided by SongLyrics. All Music News . Popular .

King works audiences the same way he works the guitar he calls Lucille. He teases them, tickles them, and then jolts them with the lyrics he sings and the notes he plays. Usually when I’m up there onstage, King explains, I try and do like an electric eel and throw my little shock through the whole audience. And usually the reaction comes back double-force and pulls me out of it, because the people can help you entertain. Nowhere is this better exemplified than on King’s classic Live at the Regal album, recorded on November 21, 1964, at Chicago’s Regal Theater, one of the nation’s most prestigious black venues. King had played there many times before, and Johnny Pate, a top producer and arranger, came in to supervise the recording. s hard-swinging band was in sublime form, and King remembers his tenor man, Bobby Forte, as one of his all-time great sidemen.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Every Day I Have the Blues Peter Chatman / Memphis Slim B.B. King 2:38
2 Sweet Little Angel B.B. King / Riley King / Jules Taub B.B. King 4:12
3 It's My Own Fault John Lee Hooker / Riley King / Jules Taub B.B. King 3:29
4 How Blue Can You Get? Jane Feather / Leonard Feather B.B. King 3:44
5 Please Love Me B.B. King / Jules Taub B.B. King 3:01
6 You Upset Me Baby B.B. King / Riley King / Jules Taub B.B. King 2:22
7 Worry, Worry Pluma Davis / Jules Taub B.B. King 6:24
8 Woke Up This Morning (My Baby's Gone) B.B. King / Jules Taub B.B. King 1:45
9 You Done Lost Your Good Thing Now Joe Josea / B.B. King / Riley King B.B. King 4:16
10 Help the Poor Charlie Singleton B.B. King 2:58
  • Some have said this is the greatest blues album ever. They just may be right. B.B. King was not only a singer, but he was an entertainer as well. What better way to hear that than with this album. King treats each song as if it could be the last one he ever does. And, the backup band flows right with him. Audience reaction is quite entertaining as well. Bigger things were to come for him, but B.B. King shows here why he was, and will always be, the king of the blues.

  • Live music from the 60s has a very special place in my heart. There is just something in those recordings from beginning to the end. Hearing the audience whistle, cheer and shriek, capturing the overall vibe of the venue and the performance really puts me into the entire setting with just a little bit of imagination. It's difficult to even sit here and type these words without moving. Blues Boy King (that's where B.B. came from) is indeed "The King of the Blues" on this one, singing and playing his black electric Gibson guitar (named Lucille) in this ultimate performance of American blues recorded in November 1964 at the Regal Theater in Chicago, Illinois. His preaching over the congregation of blues becomes nearly an evangelist movement. A de facto standard in the history of live blues performances and albums.

  • One of the finest live blues recordings I have ever heard, Live at the Regal pops with fun, soul, and musicianship, and captures the legendary B.B. King in his magical prime. Although B.B. has always been revered for his elegant yet emotional electric guitar work, it is really his soulful vocals which elevates this record to a rarefied status. His ability to mesmerize his audience (live crowd and record listener alike) with his pleading voice is nothing short of astonishing. Meanwhile, the electric guitar and the immaculate backing band never disappoint. Truly something special.

  • This is a great album...King shines as guitarist and entertainer...and he plays his best songs yet,Eric Clapton and the 60's British blues players learned a lot from this recording .The best live albums of the 60's were almost all by black artists..(James Brown,Little Richard,Otis Redding,Sam Cooke,Jimi Hendrix etc.) think! AndFunny how Roryyy Roryyy compares 60's live recordings with a 1999 live recording..not a patch on..and yes,Luther Allison album should be great for sure...but.this is the best blues live album of the classic era .

  • I love B.B King but this is most overrated blues live album of all time. Luther Allison ''Live in Chicago'' is greatest blues live album ever. Just listen ''Cherry Red Wine'' and you will understand what I mean.