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Blues Summit


Download links and information about Blues Summit by B. B. King. This album was released in 1993 and it belongs to Blues genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 01:02:32 minutes.

Artist: B. B. King
Release date: 1993
Genre: Blues
Tracks: 12
Duration: 01:02:32
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No. Title Length
1. Playin' With My Friends (featuring Robert Cray) 5:18
2. Since I Met You Baby (featuring Katie Webster) 4:45
3. I Pity the Fool (featuring Buddy Guy) 4:36
4. You Shook Me (featuring John Lee Hooker) 4:58
5. Something You Got (featuring Koko Taylor) 4:02
6. There's Something On Your Mind (featuring Etta James) 6:00
7. Little By Little (featuring Albert Collins) 7:17
8. Call It Stormy Monday (featuring Ruth Brown) 4:05
9. You're the Boss (featuring Irma Thomas) 3:51
10. We're Gonna Make It 8:57
11. I Gotta Move Out of This Neighborhood / Nobody Loves Me But My Mother (featuring Lowell Fulson) 4:07
12. Everybody's Had the Blues (featuring Joe Louis Walker) 4:36



On this release, King comes close to equaling his past triumphs on small independent labels in the '50s and '60s. He's ditched the psuedo-hip production fodder and cut a 12-song set matching him with blues peers. His duets with Buddy Guy, John Lee Hooker, and Albert Collins are especially worthy, while the songs with Koko Taylor, Ruth Brown, and Irma Thomas have some good-natured banter and exchanges, as well as tasty vocals. The master gives willing pupils Joe Louis Walker and Robert Cray valuable lessons on their collaborations. There's also a medley in which King invokes the spirit of his chitlin circuit days, taking the vocal spotlight while his Orchestra roars along underneath.