B.B. King - The Best Of B.B. King (LP, Comp, RM) - USED
Format: Vinyl, LP, Compilation, Remastered
Sleeve condition: Very Good Plus
Media condition: Near Mint
[A2] Cook County Jail Introduction
[A3] How Blue Can You Get
[A5] Sweet Sixteen
[B1] Ain't Nobody Home
[B2] Why I Sing The Blues
[B3] The Thrill Is Gone
[B4] Nobody Loves Me But My Mother
Reissue from the 80s comes with blue rainbow design labels, see images.
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.