Live & Well is the sixteenth studio album by B. B. King released in 1969. It consists of five tracks recorded "Live" at the Village Gate in New York City, and five additional studio tracks. Explaining the album's title, producer Bill Szymczyk wrote in the liner notes, "We got together, what I consider to be, some of the best young blues musicians in the country and locked ourselves in 'The Hit Factory' for two nights. The results of those two nights are the "well" side of this album.
Guitar – B. King, Hugh McCracken (tracks: B1 to B5). Horns – Johnny Pate (tracks: B1, B3). Liner Notes – Bill Szymczyk. Organ – Charlie Boles (tracks: A1 to A5). Photography By – Ellen McNeilly. Piano – Al Kooper (tracks: B1, B3), Paul Harris (2) (tracks: B1 to B5). Producer – Bill Szymczyk.
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The best album by . King is Live At The Regal which is ranked number 1,621 in the overall greatest album chart with a total rank score of 1,420. King is ranked number 698 in the overall artist rankings with a total rank score of 3,125. Members who like this artist also like: Muddy Waters, John Lee Hooker and Marvin Gaye.
King, talking about the album, admitted 'that particular day in Chicago, everything came together. King album by far, and many argue the best live album made ever. because you know there was no magic being performed in the studio, and you're gonna get the same talent level, if not more, in a live album along with the feeling that you are actually there with the band. This is the best I've ever heard the King sing
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