B.B. King - Get Off My Back Woman album download
|A||Get Off My Back Woman||3:17|
|B||I Want You So Bad||4:17|
- Published By – Sounds Of Lucille
- Published By – Pamco Music
- Record Company – ABC Records, Inc.
- Lacquer Cut At – Longwear Plating
- Arranged By [Horns] – Johnny Pate
- Producer, Engineer [Sound By] – Bill Szymczyk
- Written-By – B.B. King, Ferdinand Washington (tracks: A)
NotesThis version has production credit printed under the catalog number.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Rights Society: BMI
- Matrix / Runout (A-Side Label): AMP 45-15720
- Matrix / Runout (B-Side Label): AMP 45-15721
- Matrix / Runout (A-Side Runout Etching): ABC 15720 LW
- Matrix / Runout (B-Side Runout Etching): ABC # 15721 LW
|45-BL-61026||B.B. King||Get Off My Back Woman (7", Single)||BluesWay||45-BL-61026||US||1969|
|2C 006-90.561 M||B. B. King*||Get Off My Back Woman (7", Single)||Stateside||2C 006-90.561 M||France||Unknown|
|BLS-61026||B.B. King||Get Off My Back Woman (7", Single)||BluesWay||BLS-61026||Canada||1969|
|45 61026||B.B. King||Get Off My Back Woman (7", Single, Promo)||Bluesway||45 61026||US||1969|
|45-61026||B.B. King||Get Off My Back Woman (7", Single)||BluesWay||45-61026||US||1969|
Explaining the album's title, producer Bill Szymczyk wrote in the liner notes, "We got together, what I consider to be, some of the best young blues musicians in the country and locked ourselves in 'The Hit Factory' for two nights. The results of those two nights are the "well" side of this album. Get Off My Back, Woman" (King, Ferdinand Washington) - 3:16. Let's Get Down to Business" - 3:36. Why I Sing the Blues" (Dave Clark, King) - 8:36. Live" Session: Tracks 1 to 5. "Well" Session: Tracks 6 to 10. Personnel. King – guitar, vocals.
King lyrics - 500 song lyrics sorted by album, including "The Thrill Is Gone", "Every Day I Have The Blues", "Rock Me Baby". album: "The Great . Sneaking Around What Can I Do (Just Sing The Blues) Ten Long Years (I Had A Woman) (I'm Gonna) Quit My Baby Be Careful With A Fool Days Of Old Sweet Sixteen - Part 1 Sweet Sixteen - Part 2 I Was Blind Whole Lot Of Lovin' Someday Baby I Had A Woman. Bad Luck Soul Get Out Of Here Bad Case Of Love You're Breaking My Heart Shut Your Mouth Just Like A Woman Baby, Look At You. album: "My Kind Of Blues" (1961).
King – Ladies & Gentleme. r. . com Exclusive EU Cat 0600753384992 Genre: Blues. Universal’s 2012 box set Ladies & Gentleme. King is hardly the first . I Want You So Bad (Live) – 04:15 16. Get Off My Back Woman – 03:17 17. Why I Sing The Blues – 08:37. CD 5 – The Thrill Is Gone (1969-1971) 01.
Get Off My Back Woman. Get These Blues Off Me. Get You Next to Me. Ghetto Woman. King - Dangerous Mood - With Joe Cocker. King - Summer In The City. Bass – Gerald Jemmott Drums – Herbie LovelleGuitar – Hugh McCrackenPiano – Paul Harris (2)Producer – Bill SzymczykWritten-By – . King, Ferdinand Washington. Please Accept My Love. Bass – Val PatilloDrums – Sonny FreemanOrgan – Charles BowlesProducer – Bill SzymczykSaxophone – Lee GatlingTrumpet – Patrick Williams (5)Written-By – . This performance digitally reconstructed using ABC 45 . Complete version previously unreleased on .
King is hardly the first . King box set - MCA assembled a similar four-disc set called King of the Blues in 1992, Ace had a tremendous four-CD box called The Vintage Years in 2002 that covered his pre-ABC/Paramount recordings (apparently every ten years it's time.
Lots of people think the Super Fly soundtrack the best soul album of 1972, but those unfamiliar with the Impressions owe it to themselves to discover what Curtis Mayfield was up to in the times before the most vital expression of black music was almost forced to deal with heroin death. Freddie’s Dead is already a Seventies standard, and His Early Years with the Impressions is a fine reminder that Mayfield possessed a consistent gift for creating hits destined to become classics all through his career. Back in the Alley begins in 1964 and leaves off just short of where The Best of . King picks up, but the difference in mood and meat is sufficient to make the choice clear, even if Best Of does have the incredible The Thrill Is Gone.
Born as Riley B. King, he began broadcasting his music live on a Memphis radio station called WDIA. At first, he used the name The Peptikon Boy on air, which later was changed to The Beale Street Blues Boy, and then further shortened to just Blues Boy or . Get Off My Back Woman. Let's Get Down to Business. Why I Sing the Blues.