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B.B. King - Live In Cook County Jail flac-Album

B.B. King - Live In Cook County Jail flac-Album

Darsteller:
B.B. King
Album:
Live In Cook County Jail
Land:
Freigegeben:
2000
Label:
ABC Records
Katalog:
113 162-1
Genre:
Größe des MP3-Archivs:
1890 mb
Größe des FLAC-Archivs:
2598 mb

Trackliste

1Introductions1:50
2How Blue Can You Get5:09
3Please Accept My Love4:02
4Medley: 3 O'clock Blues / Darlin' You Know I Love You6:15
5Every Day I Have The Blues1:43
6Worry, Worry, Worry9:57
7Sweet Sixteen4:20
8The Thrill Is Gone5:21

Versionen

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
ABCS-723B.B. King Live In Cook County Jail ‎(LP, Album)ABC RecordsABCS-723US1971
LPS-77804B.B. King Live In Cook County Jail ‎(LP, Album)ABC RecordsLPS-77804Venezuela1971
113 162-1B.B. King Live In Cook County Jail ‎(LP, Album, RE, 180)ABC Records113 162-1Europe2000
MCAD-11769B.B. King Live In Cook County Jail ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM)MCA RecordsMCAD-11769USUnknown
ABCS-723B.B. King Live In Cook County Jail ‎(LP, Album, Dyn)ABC RecordsABCS-723US1971
CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
ABCS-723B.B. King Live In Cook County Jail ‎(LP, Album)ABC RecordsABCS-723US1971
MCA-27005B.B. King Live In Cook County Jail ‎(LP, Album, RE)MCA RecordsMCA-27005Canada1980
LPS-77804B.B. King Live In Cook County Jail ‎(LP, Album)ABC RecordsLPS-77804Venezuela1971
MCAD-11769B.B. King Live In Cook County Jail ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM)MCA RecordsMCAD-11769USUnknown
ABCS-723B.B. King Live In Cook County Jail ‎(LP, Album, Dyn)ABC RecordsABCS-723US1971
CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
ABCS-723B.B. King Live In Cook County Jail ‎(LP, Album)ABC RecordsABCS-723US1971
MCA-27005B.B. King Live In Cook County Jail ‎(LP, Album, RE)MCA RecordsMCA-27005Canada1980
LPS-77804B.B. King Live In Cook County Jail ‎(LP, Album)ABC RecordsLPS-77804Venezuela1971
113 162-1B.B. King Live In Cook County Jail ‎(LP, Album, RE, 180)ABC Records113 162-1Europe2000
MCAD-11769B.B. King Live In Cook County Jail ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM)MCA RecordsMCAD-11769USUnknown

Anmerkungen

"180 gramm re-release by Universal, mastered from original tapes"Recorded in Performance at Cook County Jail, Chicago, IL., September 10, 1970.

1980 Reissue.

Notes from Back Cover:
Jail, very simple, is one helluva place to be.
In 1968, when the Illinois Crime Commission and a prison reform group, the John Howard Association, investigated Chicago's infamous Cook County Jail, they called it a "jungle."
"Any-and-everything went," says a former inmate, "anything from heroin to whiskey to Italian food was sold and traded in the jail. Homosexual rape, bribery and murder were the bill of fare. And he added sourly, "no one seemed to give a damn."
In March, 1968, Black psychologist, Winston E. Moore was appointed Warden of the jail, after a scandal resulted in the dismissal of the former Warden. The first day on the job he moved out three refrigerators from Mafia-occupied cells, collected over 200 weapons from the inmates and confiscated an undetermined amount of drugs. For six months Moore and his staff were physically challenged by the inmates. The "barn boss" system, the brainchild of a former Deputy Warden, had given dictatorial powers to the inmates whose cunning and viciousness rendered them leaders of their tiers. The "barn bosses" did not relinquish their power easily—not even to the new Warden.
For a year, Moore was waging battles on
several fronts. The press, who was used to having its way with the former Warden, was turned-off by Moore's curtness and seeming lack of finesse with the 5th Estate. "Private and public racists," as they were so dubbed, pestered and chastised Moore at every opportunity. Inmates, who were irrevocably stripped of street-gang leadership identity in the jail, rebelled at every offering. Friends and associates warned Moore early in the siege, he would not last—the odds were stacked against him.
So it was rather ironic on September 10,1970, that B.B. King should be performing before 2,117 inmates, with minimum security, in the yard of COOK COUNTY JAIL.
B.B. KING-COOK COUNTY JAIL, is a story of two men—the man who "cleaned up a mess," and a man who felt Cook County Jail was as important an engagement as Caesar's Palace.
It was a long fight for Winston Moore, two years of confrontations before he became "the jail's only barn boss." It was a longer fight for B.B. King. For over 25 years, B.B. King played the "chittlin circuit," enjoyed a modest income and never received the public acclaim he deserved. After a managerial change, wider exposure has made him recognized as the
"chairman of the board of blues singers."
The obvious parallel of B.B. King to Horatio Alger does not do B.B. complete justice. The long, arduous journey to "stardom" renders many entertainers bitter and unobtainable. When I called B.B. King (to beg if necessary) to ask him to come and perform at Cook County Jail, he had only one question, "when do you want me"?
B.B. KING-COOK COUNTY JAIL, is a manifestation of human generosity and beauty on B.B.'s part, and the raw appreciation of 2,117 of his most ardent fans. Throughout the summer of 1970, Cook County Jail has produced several shows for its inmates. Graciously the inmates cheered and applauded ALL the entertainers. After B.B.'s concert, 2,117 inmates gave him a standing ovation. In the typical B.B. King style, he simply said, "if you liked me today, can I come back again"? The answer was unanimous.
B.B.'s performance will forever be a memory to all of us, especially to Winston Moore, who rung B.B.'s hand dry with appreciative thanks. From 2,117 of your fans, thank you B.B. King, for your generosity and kindness; and most of all for not forgetting us.
Geoffrey Harding and 2,117Originally released in 1971 by MCA Records (c) 2016 Geffen Records.

Catalogue number on this product:
00602547437976 : Spine
0602547437976 : Back cover / labels

Barcodes

  • Barcode (Printed): 6 02547 43797 6
  • Barcode (Scanned): 602547437976
  • Rights Society: BIEM / SDRM
  • Label Code: LC 01846
  • Barcode: 008811316211

Unternehmen

  • Record Company – Universal International Music B.V.
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Geffen Records
  • Pressed By – Optimal Media GmbH – BF96986
  • Recorded At – Cook County Jail

Video

Album

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  • Very nice pressing indeed. Sound quality is superb (although i don’t have an original to compare it to).