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B.B. King: Live at The Regal

MORE FROM THE ARCHIVES: B.B. King, Live At The Regal, MCA 11646; 35:04)-One of the all-time great blues documents, recorded on November 21, 1964 at the Regal Theatre in Chicago, it includes quintessential versions of “Every Day I Have The Blues,” “It’s My Own Fault,” “How Blue Can You Get” and “Help The Poor.”

David “Honeyboy” Edwards, Crawling Kingsnake (Testament TCD 6002; 56:16)-Solo recordings from the mid-’60s by this direct link to the Delta masters Robert Johnson, Son House and Charley Patton. Includes a lengthy interview with Honeyboy talking to Pete Welding about Robert Johnson and Tommy Johnson.

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