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B.B. King - Deuces Wild (1997)

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B.B. King - Deuces Wild (1997)
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Genre: Blues | Label: MCA | # MCAD-11711 | Time: 01:01:37

Deuces Wild is the thirty fifth studio album by B. B. King released on November 4, 1997. Every song on the album features a second famous musician.
I got this cd as a gift from my fiancée and I loved it. B.B. King, however aged , seems in shape and at ease in this album of duets. It is , however , strange to hear the opening track of the album, "If You Love Me", not being sung by B.B.King. The song was written by Van Morrison and he sings it, while the old bluesman merely plays guitar, adding no vocals. But it is a beautiful song anyway. The best track are "Rock Me Baby", in which Eric Clapton shares vocals and B.B. share vocals and guitar, "Baby I Love You", in which Bonnie Raitt's slide guitar does a great counterpart with Lucille, "Payin The Cost To Be The Boss", which reminds us that The Rollings Stones DID start off as a blues band, and "Hummingbird", where Dionne Warwick sounds perfectly at home belting out a blues tune. There are other good tracks too, but there were ones that I did not like, such as "The Thrill is Gone", with Tracy Chapman. It is not Tracy's fault. The song is just tired from being included in virtually all of BB King's anthologies and live albums. Another weak track was "Keep It Coming", in which Heavy D and King attempt a bluesy rap but it never catches fire. A track that is not great but not weak either is his duet with Joe Cocker in "Dangerous Mood". Joe is one of the best rock performers alive today, and his participation is worth notice. Well, to sum it up, it is a great album with a few weak tracks. If I were you, I'd purchase the import version which has a few more tracks, including "Let The Good Times Roll", with Zucchero.


01. If You Love Me (With Van Morrison) (05:48)
02. The Thrill Is Gone (With Tracy Chapman) (05:00)
03. Rock Me Baby (With Eric Clapton) (06:38)
04. Please Send Me Someone To Love (With Mick Hucknall) (04:16)
05. Baby I Love You (With Bonnie Raitt) (04:00)
06. Ain't Nobody Home (With D'Angelo) (05:18)
07. There Must Be A Better World Somewhere (With Dr. John) (04:50)
08. Confessin' The Blues (With Marty Stuart) (04:32)
09. Paying The Cost To Be The Boss (With The Rolling Stones) (03:35)
10. Dangerous Mood (With Joe Cocker) (04:55)
11. Keep It Coming (With Heavy D) (03:57)
12. Cryin' Won't Help You Babe (With David Gilmour & Paul Carrack) (04:12)
13. Night Life (With Willie Nelson) (04:30)

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