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B.B. King — The Thrill Is Gone
Album: Completely Well
Avg rating:
8.8

Your rating:
Total ratings: 2002









Released: 1969
Length: 5:16
Plays (last 30 days): 1
The thrill is gone
The thrill is gone away
The thrill is gone baby
The thrill is gone away
You know you done me wrong baby
And you'll be sorry someday

The thrill is gone
It's gone away from me
The thrill is gone baby
The thrill is gone away from me
Although, I'll still live on
But so lonely I'll be

The thrill is gone
It's gone away for good
The thrill is gone baby
It's gone away for good
Someday I know I'll be open armed baby
Just like I know a good man should

You know I'm free, free now baby
I'm free from your spell
Oh I'm free, free, free now
I'm free from your spell
And now that it's all over
All I can do is wish you well
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 Egctheow wrote:
Do you think this can be used as a breakup song? Followed by 50 ways to leave your lover? Beats a text breakup 
 
Exactly....cuz "breakup by text" was way #51 to leave your lover.....This BB track is great, call it a 9, nearly a 10...Long Live RP!!
What an education...1970, an Ethiopian classmate and siblings with a far higher musical appreciation than this Ottawa, Canada resident.  BBKing as the background for a choreography test in gym...How would you dance to The Thrill Is Gone ?  It was an amazing introduction.  Thanks, Menbe.
Do you think this can be used as a breakup song? Followed by 50 ways to leave your lover? Beats a text breakup 
 helgigermany wrote:
Ten times better than John Lee Hooker!
 
Completely different styles, though they had worked together on occasion.
"I can name that tune in 1 note ..."
You know you done me wrong baby and you'll be sorry someday.   Perfect..
I remember the first time I heard this.  I saw B.B. perform it on some TV show, probably late '69.  The power and confidence in that voice!  The visual presence!  And talk about making every note count!  Indelibly etched in my mind.
Awesome segue from Cowboy Junkies - Hard to Explain. Explains a lot, actually.
Limit of ten and BB King are not for this world.  Wow, this takes me back. He was so smooth, so clean, so economy
size miraculous. 
I miss you B.B. and I can't wait to introduce you to my great-grandchildren.
The Nympho has left....

Crazy remains!  :-) 
BB King had a good run with this album and others at the time
this album 'Completely Well' followed 'Live And Well'
then he put out what he said is his favorite 'Indianola Mississippi Seeds" 
all 3 were must haves, Seeds was produced by Mr Leon Russell 
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'Live At Cook County Jail' followed Seeds
like i said he had a hell of a run 
First year without BB.       {#Cry}
For a college music appreciation class in the mid 70s I was told to attend a concert and write a review. There weren't many nearby choices in western New York at the time but B.B. King and Bobby "Blue" Bland were playing in Buffalo, about 50 miles away. So my girlfriend and I set out in our usual concert garb, t-shirts, jeans and sneakers. When we got to Kleinhans Music Hall we discovered we were the only white people attending, and that the city's black community had turned out in their Sunday best.

We were thououghly embarrassed but nobody else seemed offended by us, so we pressed on. B.B. was excellent, although I remember that Bland was ill and not in his best voice that night; he excused himself and left early. At any rate, I aced the review and saw King at least three or four more times at festivals over the years. An amazing singer and guitarist that I'm so glad to have seen in concert.
RIP BB! The Blues just got a bit more blue...
Just bumped to a 10.

Sounds better today than it has in a long time.


  ppopp wrote:
The thrill of listening to this song is gone. Heard it too many times on RP.

  
Toke wrote:


Your 'Thrill Theshold' seems limited in that case... still does it each and every play for me. Same as it did in the 60's, a real classic.

 
Just upped this to a 10 to compensate.  Don't know why I rated it lower in the first place.  Stupid boy.
 ppopp wrote:
The thrill of listening to this song is gone. Heard it too many times on RP.

 

Your 'Thrill Theshold' seems limited in that case... still does it each and every play for me. Same as it did in the 60's, a real classic.
I keep forgetting this is the only song BB King ever bothered recording.
Bill,

How did you realize how fantastic this would sound when it followed Einuadi, Steven Wilson's "Harmony Korine", then Pearl Jam "Nothing As It Seems"?  None of those 4 seem related, but what a perfect sequence!
 ppopp wrote:
The thrill of listening to this song is gone. Heard it too many times on RP.

 
Some songs, such as this one, you can never have too  much of. And if you do, just search some of the live performances (recently came up with one with BB and many famous guitarrists), they could be playing this tune for hours, it would still pick my nerve!
The thrill of listening to this song is gone. Heard it too many times on RP.
 {#Bananajam}Catalytic wrote::)

Not by a long shot, and it's not even his best, but it's still damned good. Especially through headphones. {#Music}

 

 ppopp wrote:
This must be the only song BB ever recorded. *Yawn*

 
Not by a long shot, and it's not even his best, but it's still damned good. Especially through headphones. {#Music}
The thrill really is gone. I know this "mattered" in a lot of ways, but it just bores me.
This must be the only song BB ever recorded. *Yawn*
I never ever get tired of this song....  {#Notworthy}
{#Bananapiano}{#Bananapiano}{#Bananapiano}  "Outstanding"
Thankfully not that gawdawfel duet.
The thrill was gone when the sucko-barfo strings set in.
Ten times better than John Lee Hooker!
I love it when I hear a song and immediately think "10", then come to the site and find I've already rated it. {#Good-vibes}
IMHO the best version of this tune is the one he performed at Zaire 74 (ref). I like the strings arrangement for this one ... {#Cheers}
one of the best
Great seque RP I got to see these two blues giants together in Nashville at the Grand Ole Opry House. What a fantastic night. RIP SRV.
Great player and lovely singer, but this song is in danger of being played to death on RP.
65 years of the blues, bb still is god., I am speaking of MY 65 years  , elmore was better .........{#Notworthy}  lightin' was best,,,,{#Fire}{#Guitarist}{#Fire},,,,,,,,,,

One of my rare 10 ratings.  He is just such a wonderful musician and human being. 
 jjak wrote:

The brotherhood of the Blues, man !

 

pownded a couple with him at town and country in 72,also,  about 70 +fit in there , great man.great place,  santa cruz mtns.
Incredible song...
just Fan-freaking-Tastic!
a thing of beauty, soul and depth.  Mmmm mmm good!
Thank you BB!
I don't know about his relevance or not, I have just never cared for his music or his voice.  Eh, to each his own.
 TheStickman wrote:
 The comments about BB's relevance fired me up enough to sign up. I'm not usually a joiner and I've learned to keep my comments to myself, at least publicly. I'll try and keep any future posts short, but this one is by necessity not.

Sorry to all if I screw this up, first time posting. With regard to BB's relevance and age. He did a show in Penticton about a year ago. I asked my 15 year old son if he'd like to go as he's an aspiring guitarist. He had never heard of BB (my bad) but immediately goggled and you tubed him. Then his response was "OMG I know that guy, of course we're going."
Now, I'll apologize again, this is going to be a bit long for a post.  Bear with me please, it is relevant.
The afternoon of the concert I got a call from a friend of Daniels. They were downhill mountain biking on code 4 (a fairly extreme run) and Daniel had just "bailed". They didn't think he could ride down so could I come get them.
When I arrived Daniel was lying near the shoulder of the road. We carried him to the truck and started down the mountain. This was one hour before show time. Despite the groans and winces on the washboard road, Daniel insisted on going to the concert instead of the hospital. We dropped his buddies off picked up his mom and persuaded her that the emergency room would wait. OK Daniel told her if he missed the concert and BB died before he got another chance, he'd never forgive her.
We helped/carried Daniel to our seats just as the intro started. When BB came on stage he was helped to his seat by 2 very large men. The crowd greeted him with applause and a standing ovation. When they started standing Daniel said " are you f——ing kidding me!". Despite the dirty looks from people nearby, I assured him it was OK to stay in his seat.
The show was awesome. Yes BB sat for the whole show, yes he chatted a fair bit and and the band "carried" him once in a while. It still sent shivers up my spine to hear 4000 plus people singing along and chanting for an encore.
There was no encore and nobody actually expected one. The opening "Standing O" might have been gratuitous, but when BB left the stage my son stood with everyone else and cheered.
Irrelevant? Time to quit? If a 15 year old with 3 compressed vertebrae thinks he's worth standing up for, he's still relevant.

BTW, Daniel healed. He hurts after a tough workout or downhill ride, but he still goes for it. What can I say, maybe I'm a bad parent.

 
Well, no-one else has commented, so I'll jump in and say I think Daniel is one lucky young man;  firstly that he healed and second that he has kewl  parents.


Not a wasted note in this tune - the most perfect song ever.
Sometimes hard to tell if he is getting a talking to from Lucille or if he's giving one.
After hearing this 3 times in a week, the thrill is gone for me as well: 9=> 7
 The comments about BB's relevance fired me up enough to sign up. I'm not usually a joiner and I've learned to keep my comments to myself, at least publicly. I'll try and keep any future posts short, but this one is by necessity not.

Sorry to all if I screw this up, first time posting. With regard to BB's relevance and age. He did a show in Penticton about a year ago. I asked my 15 year old son if he'd like to go as he's an aspiring guitarist. He had never heard of BB (my bad) but immediately goggled and you tubed him. Then his response was "OMG I know that guy, of course we're going."
Now, I'll apologize again, this is going to be a bit long for a post.  Bear with me please, it is relevant.
The afternoon of the concert I got a call from a friend of Daniels. They were downhill mountain biking on code 4 (a fairly extreme run) and Daniel had just "bailed". They didn't think he could ride down so could I come get them.
When I arrived Daniel was lying near the shoulder of the road. We carried him to the truck and started down the mountain. This was one hour before show time. Despite the groans and winces on the washboard road, Daniel insisted on going to the concert instead of the hospital. We dropped his buddies off picked up his mom and persuaded her that the emergency room would wait. OK Daniel told her if he missed the concert and BB died before he got another chance, he'd never forgive her.
We helped/carried Daniel to our seats just as the intro started. When BB came on stage he was helped to his seat by 2 very large men. The crowd greeted him with applause and a standing ovation. When they started standing Daniel said " are you f——ing kidding me!". Despite the dirty looks from people nearby, I assured him it was OK to stay in his seat.
The show was awesome. Yes BB sat for the whole show, yes he chatted a fair bit and and the band "carried" him once in a while. It still sent shivers up my spine to hear 4000 plus people singing along and chanting for an encore.
There was no encore and nobody actually expected one. The opening "Standing O" might have been gratuitous, but when BB left the stage my son stood with everyone else and cheered.
Irrelevant? Time to quit? If a 15 year old with 3 compressed vertebrae thinks he's worth standing up for, he's still relevant.

BTW, Daniel healed. He hurts after a tough workout or downhill ride, but he still goes for it. What can I say, maybe I'm a bad parent.

 shellbella wrote:
Mitt Romney's new theme song... Sorry I just couldn't help myself...... Sometimes Americans just get it right!!
 
So... err— you know anything about music?  Or is that on the politcal forums?  BTW I am a lib, just not stupid.  I come for the music.

nobody sings it like BB. {#Cool}
A classic blues tune by a classic blues guitarist.  (You can tell it's classic 'cause there's an orchestra in the background.)
God like.
 shellbella wrote:
Mitt Romney's new theme song... Sorry I just couldn't help myself...... Sometimes Americans just get it right!!
 
Love your Commments !

Have a Nice Year you..  

well .....wishes 4 Everybody 2 have a nice year... 
 nagsheadlocal wrote:
First time I saw BB was in '72 in a small setting in eastern NC. Halfway through the show the PA system failed and he announced it was going to take 30 minutes or so to restore it. Instead of retreating to the dressing room, BB came down off the stage to the front of the crowd and kicked it with the fans for the entire time, telling stories, shaking hands, even discussing "shop" with some local musicians. He was warm and friendly to all who walked up to him. Not a PR flack or security goon in sight. Just a musician chatting with his fans. When the PA system was fixed, he almost seemed sad to leave the circle of friends. Oh, for the days when musicians didn't have security like politicians.
 
How many crackers did it take to unplug the PA in 1972?
 nagsheadlocal wrote:
First time I saw BB was in '72 in a small setting in eastern NC. Halfway through the show the PA system failed and he announced it was going to take 30 minutes or so to restore it. Instead of retreating to the dressing room, BB came down off the stage to the front of the crowd and kicked it with the fans for the entire time, telling stories, shaking hands, even discussing "shop" with some local musicians. He was warm and friendly to all who walked up to him. Not a PR flack or security goon in sight. Just a musician chatting with his fans. When the PA system was fixed, he almost seemed sad to leave the circle of friends. Oh, for the days when musicians didn't have security like politicians.
 
The brotherhood of the Blues, man !
Takes me back to the early 70's.... Very Nice....
Great song, great guitar player, great singer, great evening moment, thx Bill{#Clap}
The grollie's thin? Bogey boogie!
 Jelani wrote:

WHAT?
 
Talking about the election.
 shellbella wrote:
Mitt Romney's new theme song... Sorry I just couldn't help myself...... Sometimes Americans just get it right!!
 
WHAT?
Mitt Romney's new theme song... Sorry I just couldn't help myself...... Sometimes Americans just get it right!!
 nagsheadlocal wrote:
First time I saw BB was in '72 in a small setting in eastern NC. Halfway through the show the PA system failed and he announced it was going to take 30 minutes or so to restore it. Instead of retreating to the dressing room, BB came down off the stage to the front of the crowd and kicked it with the fans for the entire time, telling stories, shaking hands, even discussing "shop" with some local musicians. He was warm and friendly to all who walked up to him. Not a PR flack or security goon in sight. Just a musician chatting with his fans. When the PA system was fixed, he almost seemed sad to leave the circle of friends. Oh, for the days when musicians didn't have security like politicians.
 
{#Clap} Quite. And I'm sure a lot of musicians hate the separation from the audience. Hence the 'clandestine' word-of-mouth gigs that many groups hold.
 MsJudi wrote:
This makes me want to get naughty with hubby.
 
What, even though the thrill is gone? ;-)
This makes me want to get naughty with hubby.
This defines a "Classic"... Been around for over 40 years and still sounds good... Overplayed on AIR-Radio...but after disappearing from rotation...it's always good to hear it... Like a call from an old friend reminding of times past... highways traveled together and small things that nobody else remembers...
First time I saw BB was in '72 in a small setting in eastern NC. Halfway through the show the PA system failed and he announced it was going to take 30 minutes or so to restore it. Instead of retreating to the dressing room, BB came down off the stage to the front of the crowd and kicked it with the fans for the entire time, telling stories, shaking hands, even discussing "shop" with some local musicians. He was warm and friendly to all who walked up to him. Not a PR flack or security goon in sight. Just a musician chatting with his fans. When the PA system was fixed, he almost seemed sad to leave the circle of friends. Oh, for the days when musicians didn't have security like politicians.
This is not the news a hemodialysis patient wants to hear.
Nice... Two in a row... Stevie and now B.B - playing the blues...  I just might get thru this week after all...
As great as B.B's guitar licks are, I suspect it's the string and keys arrangement that does the trick for me on this one.
 painapple wrote:
"....but it's time for BB to call it quits.I saw him and Buddy Guy in KC about 6-8 months ago and BB just sat in a chair and spoke for about 90 minutes(sad)...."

Maybe you could cut the man some slack since he is after all 86 and diabetic!!!
 
Amen. I was fortunate enough to see Bo Diddley a year or so before he passed away, and he sat and played whatever he damn well felt like playing.

He also made a plea for diabetes detection and prevention: he had a 'boot' on one foot due to a diabetes-related condition. And he still rocked the joint like nobody's business.
Indeed it is.
Always a treat to hear BB play Lucille.
 Grammarcop wrote:
Visited B.B. King's bar in Memphis just last week. Good time. I would post the photos, but ... 
 


I've been there too, and have the beer glass to prove it! :) Great tune, played a lot on RP, but it's worth it.
Visited B.B. King's bar in Memphis just last week. Good time. I would post the photos, but ... 
A worthy follow on from S.R.V. ..... as one legend follows another. Thanks Bill.
Not much finer in the world than this song! A solid 11 in my book!
One of my favorite songs of all time....
"....but it's time for BB to call it quits.I saw him and Buddy Guy in KC about 6-8 months ago and BB just sat in a chair and spoke for about 90 minutes(sad)...."

Maybe you could cut the man some slack since he is after all 86 and diabetic!!!
B.B. King will be at the Fox Theatre in Detroit May 23, 2012. Alive and singing!
 ziakut wrote:
The Thrill IS definitely gone...now that B.B. isn't with us anymore. Miss B.B.
 
B. B. was very much alive as of March 22, 2012,  when he performed in Chicago.  That is the same Windy City which you site as your location.  I believe this to still be true as of April 6,2012.
Being a dialysis patient, I have to say it really sucks when the thrill is gone. 
The word "iconic" is hugely overused these days, to the point of being meaningless. Still, there can be no debate that B.B. is iconic and this is his signature song. No matter how many times you hear it, you can feel the pain when the "thrill" was gone for you.
The Thrill IS definitely gone...now that B.B. isn't with us anymore. Miss B.B.
 boober wrote:
He likes the ladies still (strip clubs).
 
He's somewhat famous for liking the ladies all along - He's had 15 kids out of wedlock, most from his Chitlin Circuit touring days.
lucky enough to have seen BB 3 times over the years and it was always just as someone described below; an evening of hanging out with BB King and his musician friends listing to great live blues.
 Byronape wrote:

So basically, BB King is what Elvis would have been had he not died.  Hugely influential in his prime, but lost relevance as time passed and tastes evolved. 

 
Elvis became a joke during his later career.BB is much more respected....but he is like a boxer that has been in the ring a little too long.I think if he quits he dies....and he knows this.
He likes the ladies still(strip clubs).

One of my favorites songs!
My favorites versions of this are the ones where BB King sings this song live, making me to feel the thrill all over my soul.
 Byronape wrote:

So basically, BB King is what Elvis would have been had he not died.  Hugely influential in his prime, but lost relevance as time passed and tastes evolved. 

 
I don't think BB has lost his relevance at all.  Incredible music isn't dated.  I think he isn't able to perform as he did in his peak, which is understandable. He is one of the hardest working musicians on planet earth.  He has influenced scores of younger musicians and will for many many more years to come.  He seems very modest and is greatly appreciative of his fans.  The ongoing respect he receives is enormous.  Also, comparing him to Elvis??  No.

This is OK - 7
 boober wrote:
I am no "expert" but I am a very old blues fan that has an extensive collection and currently play in a blues band.Mr King did a lot for the blues with this song(Thrill is gone)and brought it into the mainstream(radio...mostly FM).Since then I don't think BB has done much to elevate his status as the "King".Everyone has been paying homage to BB (and rightly so)....but it's time for BB to call it quits.I saw him and Buddy Guy in KC about 6-8 months ago and BB just sat in a chair and spoke for about 90 minutes(sad).I believe you are spot on by saying the blues has evolved since this great tune back in the late 60's.We(blues players) all owe what we do to BB King.
 
So basically, BB King is what Elvis would have been had he not died.  Hugely influential in his prime, but lost relevance as time passed and tastes evolved. 

 hippiechick wrote:
Yay BB! Like it much better than a Moby version
 
That wasn't Moby, it was the Jerry Garcia & David Grisman version that blew. . . 

Yay BB! Like it much better than a Moby version
Sing it BB!
How can you not love you some BB?
 Byronape wrote:

I'm no blues aficionado or anything, but I always considered BB King to be one of the fathers of modern blues.  That being said, blues has evolved greatly in the 60 (or so) years he's been playing and a lot of tastes have moved away from "his" kind of blues. 

I've never heard a BB King song that I didn't like, but few beside this one, really grab my attention. 

(Any blues junkies out there that have different opinions or want to tell me I'm way off, I won't be offended.  In fact, I'd appreciate an expert opinion)

  I am no "expert" but I am a very old blues fan that has an extensive collection and currently play in a blues band.Mr King did a lot for the blues with this song(Thrill is gone)and brought it into the mainstream(radio...mostly FM).Since then I don't think BB has done much to elevate his status as the "King".Everyone has been paying homage to BB (and rightly so)....but it's time for BB to call it quits.I saw him and Buddy Guy in KC about 6-8 months ago and BB just sat in a chair and spoke for about 90 minutes(sad).I believe you are spot on by saying the blues has evolved since this great tune back in the late 60's.We(blues players) all owe what we do to BB King.


love B.B. King. Hate the orchestra. The strings are intrusive.
Who thought the added orchestra was a good idea? It's just wrong here.. it doesn't add anything to the song, it's just some cute add-on some big fish at the company wanted to put there. Really annoying!
What a transition from Moby to this.  How does Bill do it?
Blues with full orchestral strings now that is something else!
B.B rules !


I REPEAT:

 
dkwalika wrote:
love this song, but can't they play ANYTHING else by him?
 


Seriously LOVE this song and the way he plays and sings it!

This particular song is being played an awful lot lately...


If you were on the fence about how "meh" Moby's song was, this true bluesman following should sort that out for you.
 BKardon wrote:

Love blues music, but BB is not at the top of my list.  Don't dislike the guy, and I'd buy him a beer if I bumped into him in a bar, but I never understood why he is at the top of the pack.  Much prefer the Chicago sound (Buddy Guy, Willie Dixon, Muddy Waters, etc..).

 
I'm no blues aficionado or anything, but I always considered BB King to be one of the fathers of modern blues.  That being said, blues has evolved greatly in the 60 (or so) years he's been playing and a lot of tastes have moved away from "his" kind of blues. 

I've never heard a BB King song that I didn't like, but few beside this one, really grab my attention. 

(Any blues junkies out there that have different opinions or want to tell me I'm way off, I won't be offended.  In fact, I'd appreciate an expert opinion)

love this song, but can't they play ANYTHING else by him?
 unclehud wrote:
For all of you that "like the blues, but not BB," I'm guessing you haven't seen him live.  He's such a genial man, laughing with his band, telling jokes and stories, and then ripping into a whiplash blues riff that kicks off the band into another tune — just like artistmarty's photo illustrates.  I'm sure those moments, and that feeling, gets edited out of TV concerts.

Saw him at the original Grand Ole Opry (Ryman) in Nashville two years ago.  I tell people it wasn't a concert, it was more like he was hanging out with us and some of his musician friends.  Lucille was in fine form.
 
I could not have said it better.................it felt very much like hanging out and I loved it !
 BKardon wrote:

Love blues music, but BB is not at the top of my list.  Don't dislike the guy, and I'd buy him a beer if I bumped into him in a bar, but I never understood why he is at the top of the pack.  Much prefer the Chicago sound (Buddy Guy, Willie Dixon, Muddy Waters, etc..).

 
I'm not sure if he's really considered "at the top of the pack", but I think he's probably a little more "accessible" to the general public.  But he's been out there, continually playing gigs for the past sixty years or so.


Too bad there isn't a rating of 100.  I'd pick it.  This rendition is my favorite.
The one with Traci Chapman is second on that list and I'd rate that just as high.

And for those that don't like the King, you have your opinion's but no one in this list cares.

 
For all of you that "like the blues, but not BB," I'm guessing you haven't seen him live.  He's such a genial man, laughing with his band, telling jokes and stories, and then ripping into a whiplash blues riff that kicks off the band into another tune — just like artistmarty's photo illustrates.  I'm sure those moments, and that feeling, gets edited out of TV concerts.

Saw him at the original Grand Ole Opry (Ryman) in Nashville two years ago.  I tell people it wasn't a concert, it was more like he was hanging out with us and some of his musician friends.  Lucille was in fine form.

 sirdroseph wrote:

I am probably the only person in the world that likes the blues, but does not like BB King.{#No}


 
Yep.{#Lol}
 horstman wrote:
I feel this way about my new Swiffer dust mop. Now it's just another tool for another dreadful job.

Ho hum.
 
Shame on you. Comparing a blues legend to a DUST MOP? (Hint - maybe you need to switch dust mops. They've upgraded, you know.)

Extraordinary that in about three or four notes one knows it is BB. So distinctive.

It has been a long while since I saw BB live. . . I wonder if I ever will again? All I do know is that if I DO get the opportunity I will. 

 BKardon wrote:

Love blues music, but BB is not at the top of my list.  Don't dislike the guy, and I'd buy him a beer if I bumped into him in a bar, but I never understood why he is at the top of the pack.  Much prefer the Chicago sound (Buddy Guy, Willie Dixon, Muddy Waters, etc..).

 
agreed - (however I don't need Buddy either - and while we are at it - keep Clapton - another bore)

You are not alone as I have seen BB live but aside from a handful of his works including this which is stunning, I am not a fan either.
 sirdroseph wrote:

I am probably the only person in the world that likes the blues, but does not like BB King.{#No}


 
Love blues music, but BB is not at the top of my list.  Don't dislike the guy, and I'd buy him a beer if I bumped into him in a bar, but I never understood why he is at the top of the pack.  Much prefer the Chicago sound (Buddy Guy, Willie Dixon, Muddy Waters, etc..).

9====>>>10 {#Bananajam}
 yodasan_magoo wrote:
I tried to resist, but the force is just too strong in this one.  9 —> 10
  The force is stronger than mortal man...


LOVETHE BLUES - NOT A BB FAN
SONG IS A 10 THOUGH
good, but... enough of this...
Nice one!!