Complete your B. B. "Blues Boy" King And His Orch.
A Let's Do The Boogie B Did You Ever Love A Woman? Other versions. Label Category Country Year. King Let's Do The Boogie (7", Single) RPM Records 45x457 US. Unknown.
Blues Boy" King & His Orchestra Did You Ever Love a Woman. Blues Boy" King & His Orchestra Crying Won't Help You. (play). Blues Boy' King & His Orchestra When My Heart Beats Like A Hammer - 1954. Nat King Cole The Little Boy That Santa Claus Forgot. Blues Boy' King & His Orchestra You Upset Me Baby - 1954. "Blues Boy" King And His Orchestra Sweet Little Angel.
On My Word of Honor 02:55. King - Sugar Mama 02:44. Album: The Complete Singles As & BS 1949-62, Vol. 2. "Blues Boy" King and His Orchestra: best 2 tracks. "Blues Boy" King and His Orchestra - I Wonder The Complete Singles As & BS 1949-62, Vol. 2, 2015 02:48. "Blues Boy" King and His Orchestra - Ruby Lee The Complete Singles As & BS 1949-62, Vol. 2, 2015 02:36. Artist: B. "Blues Boy" King and His Orchestra.
Did You Ever Love a Woman 02:33. Let's Do the Boogie 02:26. Dark Is the Night Pt. 1 02:37. 2 02:39.
Singin' the Blues is the 1956 debut album by blues performer . King, issued by the Bihari brothers on their budget Crown label. Among its tracks, the album gathered together five charting singles. You Upset Me, Baby" was the highest charting single, reaching number one on Billboard's "Black Singles" chart Contents. CD re-release bonus tracks. Bonus tracks on both the re-releases by P-Vine and Ace. Except where otherwise noted, all songs by King and Taub.
bb blues boy king & his orchestra you upset me baby. King & Phish - Every Day (I Have The Blues) (Live 2003). King joined jam-band juggernaut Phish on stage (February 24, 2003) at the Continental Airlines Arena in East Rutherford, . King - Sweet Little Angel (Live). Boogie does a nice rendition of "Everyday I Have The Blues. Sorry about the filthy camera work, lots of drunk dancing blues lovers were bumping into me. All in good fun, of course . Every Day (I Have The Blues).
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|457||B. B. "Blues Boy" King And His Orch.*||Let's Do The Boogie / Did You Ever Love A Woman? (Shellac, 10")||RPM Records||457||US||1956|
|45x457||B.B. King||Let's Do The Boogie (7", Single)||RPM Records||45x457||US||Unknown|