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Were Gonna Make It - B.B. King - Blues Summit (CD, Album)

9 thoughts on “ Were Gonna Make It - B.B. King - Blues Summit (CD, Album)

  1. Far from B.B.'s best work, there are a few tracks here that are strong enough for a listen or two, especially if you like collections of blues duets. The cast is great, the song selection is alright, but Blues Summit lacks the feeling that I am used to hearing in classic B.B. King material. It sounds a bit too scripted for my tastes.
  2. The first, "We're Gonna Make It," a blues-infused soul song, topped the R&B chart and broke through onto Top 40 radio, a format then dominated largely by white artists. He followed the song with #4 R&B hit "Who's Cheating Who?" All three songs were featured on his album, We're Gonna Make It, .
  3. On this release, King comes close to equaling his past triumphs on small independent labels in the '50s and '60s. He's ditched the psuedo-hip production fodder and cut a song set matching him with blues peers. His duets with Buddy Guy, John Lee Hooker, and Albert Collins are especially worthy, while the songs with Koko Taylor, Ruth Brown, and Irma Thomas have some good-natured banter and.
  4. Jul 02,  · – B.B. King Orchestra: Little By Little Backing Vocals – Joe Louis Walker Guitar, Vocals – Lowell Fulson Harmonica – Kim Wilson: 8 – B.B. King Orchestra: Call It Stormy Monday Guitar, Vocals – Albert Collins: 9 – B.B. King Orchestra: You're The Boss Vocals – Ruth Brown: 10 – B.B. King Orchestra: We're Gonna /5(10).
  5. Lyrics to "We're Gonna Make It" by B.B. KING: We may not have a cent / To pay the rent / But we're gonna make it / We may have to eat beans everyday / But we're gonna make it / And if a job is hard to find / And we have to stand / In the welfare line / I've got your love / And I know you got mine / And we're gonna .
  6. The Greatest Blues Albums. From B.B. King to Muddy Waters, these are the greatest blues albums of all-time. setting the tone for what is a thoroughly enjoyable blues summit.
  7. We're Gonna Make It. I Gotta Move Out Of This Neighborhood / Nobody Loves Me But My Mother. Everybody's Had The Blues. X. B.B. King Discography More Music × * *. Join the B.B. King Mailing List × Email Address * Country * Subscribe to Email Updates From: Join the B.B. King Mailing List.
  8. We're Gonna Make It [feat. Irma Thomas] by B. B. King. that song is on this album. These are duets that B.B. has done with some of the other greatest names in Blues: Buddy Guy, John Lee Hooker, Etta James, Koko Taylor oh heck, just go read the album cover. out of 5 stars Blues Summit, percprovnatretimurupsisyltuthoho.coinfo Reviewed in Germany on March /5(72).
  9. – B.B. King Orchestra: We're Gonna Make It Guitar – Mabon 'Teenie' Hodges* Saxophone – Lee Allen Vocals – Irma Thomas Written-By – Billy Davis*, Carl Smith*, Gene Barge, Raynard Miner: 11 – B.B. King Orchestra: I Gotta Move Out Of This Neighborhood/Nobody Loves Me But My Mother Written-By – B.B. King: /5(30).

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