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Alexis Boogie - B.B. King - En Londres (Vinyl, LP, Album)

| 13.11.2019


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    B.B. Boogie Lyrics: B.B. boogie darlin' / The B.B. boogie baby / Do the B.B. boogie, if it takes you all night long / Well I looked at the clock / The clock said four / My baby jumped up / She said, ".
  • Grora says:
    I love this album. Still have the LP from early '70's and bought the CD too. Listened to the LP so many times and had fun trying to play along w/ the king. B.B. plays with very good musicians here. Probably my favorite song is the acoustic guitar instrumental duet "Alexis' Boogie", followed closely by Blue Shadows and Wet Wayshark.
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  • Najind says:
    Another treat is a rare accoustical duet that B.B. plays with Alexis Korner, who also wrote "Alexis' Boogie." The number really showcases B.B.'s excellent sense for playing call and response riffs. The album is worth the price for this track alone.
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