B.B. King - Me And My Lucille album
Title: Me And My Lucille
Date of release: 1977
Size MP3: 1351 mb
Size FLAC: 1772 mb
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Lucille is the fifteenth album by blues artist B. B. King. It is named for his famous succession of Gibson guitars, currently the Signature ES-355. All tracks by B. King, except where noted. You Move Me So" - 2:03. Country Girl" - 4:25. No Money, No Luck Blues" (Ivory Joe Hunter) - 3:49. I Need Your Love" (Walter Spriggs) - 2:22. Rainin' All the Time" - 2:56. I'm with You" - 2:31. Stop Putting the Hurt on Me" - 3:04.
All selections published by Duchess Music Corporation/Sounds Of Lucille-BMI except: Track 4 published by Fort Knox Music C. Trio Music C. In. BMI Track 5 published by Angel Music-BMI Track 9 published by Jobete Music C. Stone Agate Music-ASCAP/BMI.
King plays Lucille in a vintage Gibson ad. . Gibson, meanwhile, decided a signature model or two might be a good idea. Gradually, through the enthusiasm of Gibson people like salesman Dennis Chandler and R&D boss Bruce Bolen, the idea turned into reality. The first sign was a one-off guitar that Bolen presented to . in 1978, a fancy 355 with f-holes and floral fingerboard markers (like the Les Paul Artisans).
The original Lucille - the guitar King rescued that night in the fire - was an inexpensive, small-bodied Gibson L-30 archtop. The singer would go on to play a range of guitars over the ensuing years, attaching the Lucille name to each one. He was particularly drawn to Gibsons of the semi-hollow ES (Electric Spanish) variety, such as the ES-335 model that can be heard on his legendary 1965 disc, Live at the Regal. That night, like thousands of nights before it, could likely have been summed up by the opening lines of King’s song Lucille, the paean to his trusty companion that King recorded for his 1968 album of the same name: The sound that you’re listenin’ to Is from my guitar that’s named Lucille. It’s a sound blues fans have been listening to now for more than 50 years, and it’s one the world won’t soon forget.
King - My Lucille Şarkı Sözü. The sound that you're listening to is from my guitar That's named Lucille. I'm very crazy about Lucille. Lucille took me from the plantation. Oh you might say, Brought me fame. I don't think I could just talk enough about Lucille. Sometime when I'm blue seem like Lucille try to help Me call my name. I used to sing spirituals and I thought that this was The thing that I wanted to do. But somehow or other When I went in the army I picked up on Lucille, and Started singing blues.
King - Lucille на text-you. Все новинки, сортировка на русские и зарубежные, возможность искать песни по словам. Well, now when I'm paying my dues, maybe you don't know what I mean when I say paying dues, I mean when things are bad with me. I can always, I can always, you know like, depend on Lucille. Sort of hard to talk to you myself. I guess I'll let Lucille say a few words and then. You know, I doubt if you can feel it like I do.
|A1||Paying The Cost To Be The Boss||2:35|
|A2||3 O'clock Blues / Darlin' You Know I Love You||6:15|
|B1||The Thrill Is Gone||5:30|
|B2||Confessin' The Blues||2:20|
|B3||Confessin' The Blues||4:59|
|B4||I Like To Live The Love||3:29|
1966 - track B2;
1967 - track A1, A4;
1969 - track B1, B3;
1970 - track A2, A3, B5;
1973 - track B4.