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Sounding Out - B. B. King 1972


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Hey Rabs,


I clicked on the link and got an error message from YouTube indicating that BBC International was blocking the content here in the U.S. due to copyright issues. I did a separate YouTube search for "B.B. King Sounding Out 1972," but the only video that came up was a video of "the Thrill is Gone" from 1971. Not sure if that was the one you were referring to. Can you provide some additional information to your OP that would help us track it down here in the States?



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Its just BB in the studio working on material and interviews in between the clips.. Just some cool stuff.. Shame you cant see it


This is what the info says on the vid

Paul Butler - guitar (http://www.paulbutler-music.com/)

John Best - bass (http://www.45cat.com/biography/jellyb...)

Barry Ford - drums (http://www.mapmusic.net/barryford.php)

Errol Dixon - keyboards (http://www.discogs.com/artist/321810-...)

Pete Wingfield - keyboards


Ive had a quick look and cant find another link.. Oh well...

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I had the good fortune to see him perform at a fairly small venue in Tucson, AZ in 2007. A great show that made me appreciate his talent even more. RIP.

BB King...


Yeah I saw him twice.. Once was with Gary Moore in support but was in an arena.. Good but too impersonal...


Then I got to see him at the Royal Albert Hall and was just a few rows from the front.. That was one of the best gigs of my life. About half way through, Slash, Ron Wood, Derek Trucks, Susan Tedeschi and slightly oddly Mick Hucknel come on stage.. And the rest of the night was just like a big old jam.. So amazing.. I even got some on video.


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