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B.B. King - The Best Of B.B. King mp3

B.B. King - The Best Of B.B. King mp3 Performer: B.B. King
Title: The Best Of B.B. King
Category: Blues
Date of release: 1985
Country: US
Label: MCA Special Products
Catalog number: HANC-20233, HANC 20233
Size MP3: 1664 mb
Size FLAC: 1415 mb
Rating: 4.9

Tracklist

1Sweet Sixteen
2Why I Sing The Blues
3How Blue Can You Get
4Ghetto Woman
5Ain't Nobody Home
6The Thrill Is Gone
7To Know You Is To Love You
8Hummingbird

Notes

This album was assembled and remastered at The Village Recorder, Los Angeles by Ed Michel and Baker Bigsby, with the assistance of Kathryn King, Dominic Lumetta, Rob Fraboni, Ken Klinger and Gil Fortis. Throughout, the tracks were recorded and mixed to have their most profound effect at maximum volume. (P) 1972 / 1973 by ABC Records Inc.

A1 recorded at The Record Plant, Los Angeles, May and June 1970. A3 recorded at performance at Cook County Jail, Chicago, Ill., September, 10, 1970. Location recording by Location Recorders, Inc. A4 recorded at Olympic Studios, London, and The Village Recorder, Los Angeles, June, 1971. At the request of a participating artist, this is a shortened version of the master originally released. A5 recorded March, 22, 1971, at The Record Plant, Los Angeles. B1 recorded at Command Studios, London and The Hit Factory, New York, June, 1971. B2 recorded at The Hit Factory, New York, 1969. B3 recorded at performance at Cook County Jail, Chicago, lll, September, 10, 1970. B4 recorded at The Record Plant, Los Angeles.

Timings on labels (above) differ from those on the back cover:
Side A
1. 4:33
2. :37
3. 5:09
4. 3:20
5. 7:01
Side B
1. 3:37
2. 8:39
3. 5:30
4. 2:0x

Side B track 4 has a locked groove with some sounds that play infinitely.This album was assembled and remastered at The Village Recorder, Los Angeles. Throughout, the tracks were recorded and mixed to have their most profound effect at maximum volume. (P) 1972 / 1973 by MCA Records Inc.

Track 1 recorded at The Record Plant, Los Angeles, May and June 1970. Track 3 recorded at performance at Cook County Jail, Chicago, Ill., September, 10, 1970. Location recording by Location Recorders, Inc.
Track 4 recorded at Olympic Studios, London, and The Village Recorder, Los Angeles, June, 1971. At the request of a participating artist, this is a shortened version of the master originally released.
Track 5 recorded March, 22, 1971, at The Record Plant, Los Angeles.
Track 6 recorded at Command Studios, London and The Hit Factory, New York, June, 1971.
Track 7 recorded at The Hit Factory, New York, 1969.
Track 8 recorded at performance at Cook County Jail, Chicago, Ill, September, 10, 1970.
Track 9 recorded at The Record Plant, Los Angeles.

"MANUFACTURED BY SANYO" printed on inner ring of disc.This cassette contains previously released material.
Also available as MCAC-20256 (B.B. King - Why I Sing The Blues}.

HQ (High Quality) Cassette branding. J-card has catalog # HANC-20233. Cassette label has catalog # HANC 20233.
This version has a clear cassette shell. For the white cassette shell, see B.B. King - The Best Of B.B. King.

Barcodes

  • Barcode (text): 0 7674-20233-4
  • Barcode: 0 08811 19392 8
  • Barcode: 0 7673-11040-2 7
  • Matrix / Runout: MCAD31040 S8701J

Companies

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – MCA Records, Inc. – 1985
  • Copyright (c) – MCA Records, Inc. – 1985
  • Manufactured By – MCA Records, Inc.
  • Copyright (c) – MCA Records, Inc.
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – MCA Records, Inc.
  • Remastered At – The Village Recorder