Label: ABC Records - C 7022-743 • Format: 8-Track Cartridge Album, Quadraphonic • Country: US • Genre: Blues • Style: Electric Blues
Great record with Jesse Ed Davis on 4 tracks, Taj Mahal, Randy California and Mel Brown on different tracks too. "Midnight" is the clear standout track with awesome guitar solos by BB and JED. A great one to own from a different period for BB/5(3).
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This release comes straight from B.B. King's commercial peak (that is, prior to the unprecedented Top Ten success of Riding with the King in ), and it is a perplexing LP where greatness and aimlessness lie side by side. Using a freely eclectic mix of sidemen from Los Angeles, King strides to some sterling performances in certain tracks. The King is at his sly peak on "I Got Some Help I Don.
Help the poor Won't you help poor me Have a heart won't you baby Listen to my plead Oh I lost my courage till I found you You got what it takes baby To pull me through Help the poor Oh baby won't you help poor me You are my inspiration Baby that's makes be a king But if you don't come to my rescue I couldn't ever be anything Help the poor Won't.
L.A. Midnight is the twentieth studio electric blues album by B.B. King released in It features two extended guitar jams with fellow guitarists Jesse Ed Davis and Joe Walsh ("Midnight" and "Lucille's Granny"). It also features Taj Mahal on harmonica and guitar. ("Can't You Hear Me Talking to You" and "I've Been Blue Too Long" respectively).
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