B.B. King / Thelma Houston - My Lucille FLAC album
Genre: Blues / Pop music
Title: My Lucille
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Lucille is the fifteenth album by blues artist B. B. King. It is named for his famous succession of Gibson guitars, currently the Signature ES-355. All tracks by B. King, except where noted. You Move Me So" - 2:03. Country Girl" - 4:25. No Money, No Luck Blues" (Ivory Joe Hunter) - 3:49. I Need Your Love" (Walter Spriggs) - 2:22. Rainin' All the Time" - 2:56. I'm with You" - 2:31. Stop Putting the Hurt on Me" - 3:04.
Thelma Houston at HNO 2015. Thelma Houston: Don't Leave Me This Way (Gamble, Huff, Gilbert). thelma houston - jumpin' jack flash. Thelma Houston Live Tribute to Sylvester at 2013 Omaha Gay Pride. Thelma Houston -(Part 1) Pop, Disco, Motown, Grammy Legend. - - - - "My Lucille" (with B. King)/"Keep It Light". Lean on Me". - 73. - - - 1990 - "Out of My Hands".
Redirected from Thelma Houston (1972)). Thelma Houston (1972) is the second album by Thelma Houston, recorded in 1972 and released in 1973. The album includes the single, "Me and Bobby McGee". This is her first album recorded with Motown Records under the Mowest label. Two versions of the album were issued, a ten track version in the US and a fourteen track version in the UK and Germany.
Thelma Houston 1983 is Thelma Houston's 13th studio album and was her debut album on MCA Records. The album only generated commercial interest in the Urban music market. It includes two modest R&B chart hits, "Working Girl" and "Just Like All the Rest. Thelma Houston (1983). Studio album by. Thelma Houston.
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King and his guitar, Lucille, were virtually inseparable for more than a half-century. Eric Clapton had Blackie and Brownie ; Willie Nelson has Trigger ; Keith Richards, Micawber. But before all of them, . For more than a half-century, the bluesman and Lucille have been virtually inseparable - few, if any, relationships between man and guitar have persevered for as long or proven more fruitful. The original Lucille - the guitar King rescued that night in the fire - was an inexpensive, small-bodied Gibson L-30 archtop. The singer would go on to play a range of guitars over the ensuing years, attaching the Lucille name to each one. He was particularly drawn to Gibsons of the semi-hollow ES (Electric Spanish) variety, such as the ES-335 model that can be heard on his legendary 1965 disc, Live at the Regal.
Lyrics to "My Lucille" song by . King: The sound that you're listening to is from my guitar That's named Lucille. Lucille took me from the plantation. Oh you might say, Brought me fame. I don't think I could just talk enough about Lucille. Sometime when I'm blue seem like Lucille try to help Me call my name. I used to sing spirituals and I thought that this was The thing that I wanted to do. But somehow or other When I went in the army I picked up on Lucille, and Started singing blues.
|A||–B.B. King||My Lucille||3:43|
|B||–Thelma Houston||Keep It Light|
Notesfrom the soundtrack "Into The Night"
|MCA-52574||B.B. King||My Lucille (7", Promo)||MCA Records||MCA-52574||US||1985|
|258 988-7||B.B. King / Thelma Houston||B.B. King / Thelma Houston - My Lucille (7", Single)||MCA Records||258 988-7||Europe||1985|