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|B.B. King||Primary Artist, Guitar, Vocals|
|Johnny Board||Tenor Saxophone|
|Bobby Forte||Tenor Saxophone|
|Leo Lauchie||Bass, Electric Bass|
|John Lee Hooker||Composer|
|Andy McKaie||Reissue Producer|
|Dick Shurman||Liner Notes|
|Rick Ward||Liner Notes|
|John Tobler||Liner Notes|
|Geary Chansley||Contributor, Reissue Photo Research|
|Meire Murakami||Reissue Design|
Posted October 1, 2010
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If you like listening to a good blues album you are going to love this one. The Regal was not a huge club and this was recorded (in 1964) before B.B. King became the world wide superstar he was soon to become, so the audience is clearly heard and fully involved (in the BEST possible way). This is a case where the artist and the audience are feeding off each other and the emotions churn and bubble and the album reflects the full boil that comes about that night. This is not only one of the best live albums of all time but ought to be counted among the best albums ever made in any category.
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