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Deuces Wild by B.B. King - Audio CD (1997-11-04) - Get Blues Music

Deuces Wild by B.B. King

Deuces Wild by B.B. King
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Description of Deuces Wild by B.B. King

Released 1997-11-04

Released by Mca

Available in Audio CD format

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Import from the UK by MCA not the more Geffen US release. Very good in unmarked jewel case, disc has a few light marks, art work and inserts. Barcode: 0088111711, Catalog number MCAD-11711. Deuces Wild is the thirty fifth studio album by B. B. King, released on November 4, 1997. Every song on the album features a second famous musician. Among the performers are Eric Clapton, Willie Nelson, Van Morrison, The Rolling Stones, Dr. John Tracy Chapman, Heavy D,Dave Gilmour with paul Carrick, Joe Cocker, Mick Hucknall, D'Angelo, Bonnie Raitt, and Marty Stuart. Most items ship with free delivery confirmation, electronic tracking and jacket protectors (generally over $10.00) if applicable. Clean recycled packing material will be used when possible.

B.B. King, probably the most celebrated living blues player, has come a long way from Itta Bena, Mississippi, and this CD illustrates just how far. A series of guest shots by such artists as Van Morrison, Tracy Chapman, Eric Clapton, Mick Hucknall, Bonnie Raitt, Dr. John, Joe Cocker, Marty Stuart, the Rolling Stones, and Willie Nelson, Deuces Wild is far removed from the blues King played in the '40s and '50s. It's more like psychodrama, especially in the case of the Cocker track, "Dangerous Mood." Nobody here, celebrity notwithstanding, is just going through the motions. The album's crass concept is redeemed by, among others, drummers Steve Jordan, Jim Keltner, and Charlie Watts. Although it's an overblown international project with no affinity for the meaning of the blues, the players and their love for the music triumph. --Stanley Booth