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Throughout the 1990s as well as the 1980s, 1970s, 1960s and 1950s, there has been only one King of the Blues—Riley B. King, affectionately known as B.B. King. Since King started recording in the late 1940s, he has released over 60 albums many of them considered blues classics, like 1965's definitive live blues album "Live at the Regal," and 1976's collaboration with Bobby "Blue" Bland, "Together for the First Time."
Over the years, King has had two number one R & B hits, 1951's "Three O 'Clock Blues,” and 1952's "You Don't Know Me," and four number two R & B hits, 1953's "Please Love Me," and 1954's "You Upset Me Baby," 1960's "Sweet Sixteen, Part I," and 1966's "Don't Answer The Door, Part I." B.B.'s most popular crossover hit, 1970's "The Thrill Is Gone" went to #15 on the Pop chart.
But B.B. King, as well as the entire blues genre, is not radio oriented. His classic songs such as "Payin' The Cost To Be The Boss," "Caldonia,"" How Blue Can You Get," "Everyday I Have The Blues," and "Why I Sing The Blues," are concert (and fan) staples.
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