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BB King - RIP

Postby Stevo » 15 May 2015, 07:05

Just woke up to the news that BB King has passed away. ... -las-vegas

I was lucky enough to see him twice.

Rest in peace Riley.
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Postby Jay Jay » 15 May 2015, 08:34

A truly influential Bluesman

R.I.P. BB King
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Postby RobertaSparrow » 15 May 2015, 09:35

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Postby Sinner Girl » 15 May 2015, 12:25

RIP B.B.King :cry:
''When I was a cowboy out on the Western Plain''

''Being back home means a lot.A bit a peace and quiet and some rest . I write all my songs at home.Its an amazing thing, the minute I get here I begin to wright'
Rory Gallagher
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Postby Dwana Horner » 15 May 2015, 15:28

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Postby Madrid74 » 16 May 2015, 03:26

RIP Mr B.B. King I saw him so many times,
he regularly played in Spain since early 80's and was the blues godfather of an spanish gipsy guitar "Raimundo Amador" well Mr. King allways called him Raimondo.
He was so influential apart from being a nice and funny gentleman, we'll sorely miss him.
Sure he's playing and telling great stories on the other side

Love this animated interview

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Postby Dwana Horner » 17 May 2015, 00:12

A Tale of Two "Kings"

One born in Berclair Mississippi.

One born in "Donegal.

Both picked up a guitar at an early age.

Both learned to play blues and Rock to rage.

One "King" was black.

One was white. Both had a talent that took you back.

Both traveled the world far and wide.

One had "Lucille" the other mastered the slide.

One died too Young. The other passed at a ripe old age.

"A Tale of two "Kings" sharing the same crown.

Both real. Both humble.

Get them on stage and feel the "Rumble".

One white, one black, both good, both right,

take you higher than a bird in flight.

One's "A Million miles away" the other "The Thrill is Gone"

And someday we'll see them both again.

A Tale of two "Kings" Riley Ben King and Rory Gallagher!

My tribute for them both.
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Postby SUBY1974 » 25 May 2015, 16:58

RIP B B King. What a legend and amazing long life. Here is Rock My Baby. Dwana this is a lovely poem. Subrata.x ... ata_player
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