B. B. KING - A&R Studios, New York '71 (CD)

Category: KLONDIKE CDs

• Brilliant performance live in session, at A&R Studios, New York
• Includes the entire WPLJ-FM radio broadcast
• Digitally remastered for enhanced sound quality

B. B. King, live at A&R Studios, New York on 26ht October 1971

The late 1960s and early 70s announced a new era for the pioneering bluesman B.B. King. The world had woken up to one of America's truest icons and would finally hail his legacy in music.

His October visit to New York's A&R Studios was just one of numerous dates that filled King's diary to bursting point that year. Having toured Europe and recorded with the cream of London's blues players at Olympic Studios and appeared on Ed Sullivan's flagship show, it was time to host his latest four album releases.

Klondike proudly presents the entire WPLJ-FM broadcast of B.B. King live in session at A&R Studios, NY on 26th October 1971.

Professionally re-mastered original FM broadcast with background liners, interviews and rare archival photos.


1. Instrumental - WPLJ Intro
2. Everyday I Have The Blues
3. How Blue Can You Get
4. Whole Lotta Love
5. Instrumental
6. Ghetto Woman
7. I Got Some Help I Don't Need
8. Ain't That Just Like A Woman
9. Instrumental
10. Sweet Sixteen
11. Hummingbird Part 1
12. Hummingbird Part 2
13. I Need My Baby - Guess Who
14. Band Introductions
15. The Thrill Is Gone
16. Why I Sing The Blues - WPLJ Outro


Artist B. B. KING
Title A&R Studios, New York '71
Catalogue No KLCD5075
Format CD
Barcode 5291012507518