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Payin The Cost To Be The Boss - B.B. King - The Album - Most Famous Hits (CD)


2004
Label: Surpr!se - 65651,Surpr!se - 65652 • Format: 2x, CD Compilation • Country: UK & Europe • Genre: Blues •
Payin The Cost To Be The Boss - B.B. King - The Album - Most Famous Hits (CD)

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Watch the video for Paying The Cost To Be The Boss from B.B. King's Deuces Wild for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists.

Super talanted Award winning musician, B.B. King brings us a brand new wonderful vibrant song titled ”Paying the Cost to Be the Boss ft. The Rolling Stones” The super released Paying the Cost to Be the Boss ft. The Rolling Stones” is lifted from the previously released project termed “Deuces Wild”. from A .

"Blues on Top of Blues" was an ALBUM, and a good one at that. The album is very brassy, as B.B. hired a fellow named Johnny Pate (who also worked with Curtis Mayfield) to help him arrange the songs. There are definite gems here- "Paying the Cost to Be the Boss" is a classic, and "Heartbreaker" and "Raining in My Heart" are good cuts.4/5(13).


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Comments on 'Payin The Cost To Be The Boss - B.B. King - The Album - Most Famous Hits (CD)' (2)

  1. Gugami says:

    Watch the video for Paying The Cost To Be The Boss from B.B. King's Deuces Wild for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists.

  2. Mogal says:

     · Paying the Cost to Be the Boss Review. PAYING THE COST mixes live and studio cuts that span from the '50s through the '70s, and though the sequencing seems a little haphazard, it's all good stuff. King stretches out on a live version of "The Thrill Is Gone," and sings with burning conviction on the live slow blues "The Letter," reminding you that he's as passionate a vocalist as he is a guitar 6/10(3).

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