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Live in Cook County Jail is a 1971 live album by American blues musician . King, recorded on September 10, 1970, in Cook County Jail. King and his backing band performed slow blues tracks for a audience of 2,117 prisoners, most of whom were young black men. Cook County Jail warden Winston Moore asked King to perform for the prisoners. King agreed, and after he told ABC Records about the performance, he was advised to bring along press and recording equipment.
I recorded with BB King on his In London album, for instance. That was back when sessions were fun. I played a solo on a song called Caldonia, the first song on the album, and then Jim and I put horns on a song called Ain’t Nobody Home, which was the last song on the album. The best one probably was BB In London, which was nominated for a Grammy in the 70s. Ain’t Nobody Home was the single. BB King is just one of the great gentlemen of our time.
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Joining the illustrious Mr. King onstage were guitar virtuoso Derek Trucks, "songbird extraordinaire" Susan Tedeschi, The Rolling Stones' Ronnie Wood, Simply Red's Mick Hucknall and former Guns N' Roses axeman Slash. Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample). I have seen BB King in concert over twenty times in the past decade. Not once have I been disappointed. He is the consummate performer and host. His band, made up of musicians of whom most have been with BB for many years, are the tightest and most talented group I have ever heard. Part of BB's charm is how tremendous a host he is, both to his audience and to other performers joining him on stage.
CNN) Riley B. King, the legendary guitarist known as . King, whose velvety voice and economical, expressive style brought blues from the margins to the mainstream, died Thursday night. He was 89. His daughter, Patty King, said he died in Las Vegas, where he announced two weeks ago that he was in home hospice care after suffering from dehydration. King, the Beale Street Blues Boy. Photos: . Blues legend . King plays guitar on stage in this undated photograph
MC5 Come Together in London. Peter Green Still Has Blues. King’s Blues Club is where we’ll spend most of the time. So whose idea was it for you to collaborate with Eric Clapton on Riding With the King? Well, I think we kind of approached each other.