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Why I Sing the Blues ()

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MCA Special Products' Why I Sing the Blues collects ten highlights from B.B. King's late-'60s and early-'70s recordings for ABC, which were later acquired by MCA. Considering that this is a budget-priced compilation, and therefore limited in its scope, this isn't a bad sampler at all, containing the hit version of "The Thrill Is Gone," plus good takes of "Hummingbird," "How Blue Can You Get?," and "Sweet Sixteen," along with such oddities as "Chains and Things," which features Carole King on piano. Certainly, it's not ...

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  1. The Thrill Is Gone
  2. Ghetto Woman
  3. Why I Sing the Blues
  4. Ain't Nobody Home
  5. Hummingbird
  6. To Know You Is to Love You
  7. How Blue Can You Get?
  8. Sweet Sixteen
  9. So Excited
  10. Chains and Things
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Why I Sing the Blues
2000, Delta Music Ltd.

UPC: 766485738721

CD

Why I Sing the Blues
1998, Special Product

UPC: 076742111625

CD

Why I Sing the Blues
1995, MCA

UPC: 076742025649

Cassette

Why I Sing the Blues
1994, Special Product

UPC: 076742079420

CD

Why I Sing the Blues
1994, Special Product

UPC: 076742079444

Cassette

Why I Sing the Blues
1992, Special Product

UPC: 076742070243

Cassette

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