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Greatest Hits


Download links and information about Greatest Hits by B. B. King. This album was released in 1998 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Blues, Rock genres. It contains 16 tracks with total duration of 01:10:22 minutes.

Artist: B. B. King
Release date: 1998
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Blues, Rock
Tracks: 16
Duration: 01:10:22
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No. Title Length
1. Every Day I Have the Blues (Regal Theater) [Live] 2:40
2. Sweet Little Angel (1964) [Regal Theatre Chicago] [Live] 3:49
3. How Blue Can You Get? (Single) 2:44
4. Paying the Cost to Be the Boss 2:36
5. Don't Answer the Door (Parts 1 & 2) 5:12
6. Why I Sing the Blues 8:40
7. The Thrill Is Gone (1969) [Single] 5:28
8. I Like to Live the Love (Single) 3:33
9. Hummingbird 4:36
10. To Know You Is to Love You (Single) 3:52
11. Chains and Things (Single) 4:56
12. Better Not Look Down (Single) 3:22
13. Never Make a Move Too Soon 5:33
14. There Must Be a Better World Somewhere (Single) 3:48
15. Playin' with My Friends 5:21
16. When Love Comes to Town (featuring U2) 4:12



There's more than one B.B. King best-of out on the racks, but this 1998 issue, Greatest Hits [MCA], updates his chart achievements and puts them together in a modern, 16-track package for both the novice and casual modern blues listener. Kicking off with a pair of tunes from the influential Live at the Regal album ("Sweet Little Angel," "Everyday I Have the Blues"), the set moves through mid- to late-'60s breakthrough hits like "How Blue Can You Get?," "Paying the Cost to Be the Boss," "Why I Sing the Blues," "Don't Answer the Door," and his signature tune, "The Thrill Is Gone." The pop-blues fusions King experimented with in the '70s and '80s show up on "To Know You Is to Love You," "I Like to Live the Love," and "Hummingbird." The modern-day end of things is represented by duets with Robert Cray on "Playin' with My Friends," and rock group U2 on "When Love Comes to Town." Although missing all of his early-'50s hits, this is a good buy for the casual fan coming to his music for the first time, and for longtime aficionados looking for a quick-fix update.