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Playlist of Ghetto Woman by B.B. King

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    B.B. King - Ghetto woman

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    Ghetto Woman

    5:14

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    Ghetto Woman · B.B. King

    In London

    ℗ 1971 Geffen Records

    Released on: 1971-10-11

    Producer: Ed Michel
    Producer: Joe Zagarino
    Associated Performer, String Arranger, Conductor: Jimmie Haskell
    Associated Performer, Piano: Gary Wright
    Associated Performer, Piano: Jim Price
    Associated Performer, Guitar: Mac Rebennack
    Associated Performer, Bass Guitar: Klaus Voormann
    Associated Performer, Drums: Ringo Starr
    Associated Performer, Drums: Jim Gordon
    Composer Lyricist: Dave Clark
    Composer Lyricist: B.B. King

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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    B B King - Ghetto Woman

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    ☆orhan☆


    Music : B.B King
    Song ; Ghetto Woman
    Painter ; Gabi Schünzel

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    Ghetto Woman

    4:52

    Provided to YouTube by Believe SAS

    Ghetto Woman · B.B. King

    United Recorders (Sunset Sound Recorders), Hollywood, CA, 1972 (Hd Remastered Edition)

    ℗ RR Live Recordings

    Released on: 2018-02-11

    Author: B.B. King
    Composer: B.B. King

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    Lurrie Bell ~ Ghetto Woman / The Thrill Is Gone 1989 1990

    6:29

    Modern Electric Chicago Blues 1989 1990
    Enjoy , my friends !!!
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    B.B. King - Ghetto Woman

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    B.B. King & UGK Ft. Lil Wayne & Marlena Shaw - Lil Ghetto Woman

    4:31

    Track 7 From B.B. King & UGK - AMERIGO GAZAWAY presents -- B.B. & The Underground Kingz - The Trill Is Gone (2014)

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    UGK & B.B. King - Lil Ghetto Woman feat. Lil Wayne & Marlena Shaw

    4:31

    Under the Soul Mates Project banner of collaborations that never were, Amerigo Gazaway’s latest imagines a recording session between Blues great, BB King, and Texas rap legends, UGK. Aptly titled “BB & The Underground Kingz: The Trill is Gone,” the producer seamlessly bridges the gap between hip-hop and its predecessor, the blues.

    Crafting the album's bedrock from deconstructed samples of King's electric blues hits, Gazaway re-imagined what might have happened had King and UGK actually recorded in the same time and space. Tapping UGK historian and documentary film maker, Sama'an Ashrawi, for unreleased interview audio, the producer cleverly uses the soundbites to help build his project's narrative. Strategically looping and lacing Lucille's guitar licks and B.B.'s road tales with Bun B & Pimp C's southern fried storytelling, Gazaway finds a sweet spot in the overlapping themes of his subjects' respective catalogs.

    Download the full album:

    Subscribe on Bandcamp for access to more exclusives like this one:

    Tracklist:

    01. Pimptro
    02. The Trill Is Gone feat. Mr. 3-2 & Ronnie Spencer
    03. Make Love To My Car
    04. Country Cousins feat. Talib Kweli & Raheem DeVaughn
    05. They Luv That feat. Bubba Sparxxx
    06. Int'l Blues Players Anthem feat. Outkast & Eric Clapton
    07. Lil' Ghetto Woman feat. Lil' Wayne & Marlena Shaw
    08. What Means The World To Pimp feat. Ludacris
    09. Intermission
    10. Pop It For Pimp feat. Juvenile
    11. Same Old Story feat. P.O.P.
    12. Want A White Gurl So Bad
    13. The Truth Hurts feat. Scarface
    14. That's Gangsta Life
    15. Pourin' Up
    16. Get Out The Way
    17. Shoutro
    18. Smoke Sumthin' feat. Trill A.G. (Bonus Track)

    Credits:

    Soul Mates Records 2015
    Produced by Amerigo Gazaway
    Executive Producer: Rickey Mindlin
    Artwork: Vincent Mr. Ö Fontaine (

    B.B. King: vocals, guitar (Lucille)
    UGK (Pimp C & Bun B): vocals
    Amerigo Gazaway: organ, electric bass, rhodes, synth, turntables, drum machine, sampler, vocals (Trill A.G.)
    Art Webb (of This is ART): electric bass (tracks 4, 6, 7, 14)
    Sama'an Ashrawi: UGK interview audio
    The Goodwill Projects: DIY acapellas

    Other Audio Sources:

    B.B. King: The Life of Riley (Documentary)
    WDIA 1070AM: The History, The Legend, The Music (CD)
    The Dolewite & Scooby Show (101.1 FM Nashville, The Beat)

    Websites:



    Merch:

    Facebook:
    Twitter:
    Instagram:

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    Freddie King - Ghetto Woman - Stockholm 1974

    4:21

    Long Life to blues / kobusu.com/longlifetoblues

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    Blues Guitar improvisation - BB King - Ghetto Woman

    5:17

    Gear used :
    - Stratocaster classic player 60's
    - Peavey Bandit 112
    - Ibanez TS9

    Effect on Amp : Reverb

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    Ghetto Woman by B.B. King - SaRon Crenshaw Quartet @ Shanghai Jazz - Madison, NJ

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    ( ! ) World class music, warm hospitality and acclaimed food and service for the past 20 years! Shanghai Jazz has been named One of the Top 100 Great Jazz Clubs in the World. *** CLICK SHOW MORE TO LEARN ABOUT THESE ARTISTS ***

    SARON CRENSHAW (Guitar & Vocals) SaRon Crenshaw is an extremely talented guitarist who travels the country playing Jazz and Rhythm and Blues. In the 70's and 80's he made his living playing bass for several bands in New Jersey, New York and South Carolina. He has shared stages with talented recording artists such as Lee fields, Roy Roberts, Denise lasalle, Bobby Rush, Jessie James, Tyrone Davis, and Chuck Roberson. He performs intensely at the Blues venues and festivals in the east coast for the past decade and has a large following in the Tri-state area.
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    GEORGE PAPAGEORGE (Piano) George Papageorge is a blues, jazz, funk and rock organist, keyboard player based in New York City. First acitve in the early 1990s, Papageorge toured, recorded, and co-wrote music for soul singer Mighty Sam McClain and soul-jazz guitar legend Melvin Sparks, among many others. Always delivering energetic performances both on stage and on over 25 recordings, Papageorge has supported the most soulful and driven artists as a sideman.
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    JAMES ODUM (Bass) / SCOTT JORDAN (Drums)

    SHANGHAI JAZZ (Madison, New Jersey, USA)
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    Shanghai Jazz opened in October 1995 and has been named One of the Top 100 Great Jazz Clubs in the World. We have earned rave reviews for our food, service and ambience from the New York Times, Star Ledger, Zagat Survey and Inside New Jersey. Our
    philosophy is warm hospitality, gourmet Asian cuisine inspired by the seasons, a well-focused wine list and a full bar with almost a dozen beers on tap, including our own micro-brew Shanghai Jazz Ale. And of course exceptional value. We are proud to present world class artists 6 nights a week with no music charge except for special events.

    Owners Martha Chang and David Niu returned to Martha's hometown of Madison, New Jersey after traveling, working and studying in Asia with the aid of a Fulbright fellowship. Inspired by Shanghai in the 1920s and 30s, when it was known as the Paris of
    the Orient, we have sought to create a jazz club infused with Jazz and Joy.

    At Shanghai Jazz, we are delighted and honored to share our love of Great American jazz, regional Asian specialties and fine wine with you. Whether you enjoy dim sum and cocktails in our Long Oak Bar, an intimate dinner with family and friends, or a unique social or corporate gathering, we look forward to welcoming you to our home.

    VIDEO & AUDIO PRODUCTION
    Gene Guerrero / gene@smartbizwebmedia.com

    PHOTO CREDITS
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    Drummer by Tommaso Starace [CC BY-ND 2.0] via Flickr

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    B.B. King Ghetto Woman 45 rpm

    2:59

    Original copy on ABC records from 1971.

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    B.B.KING / Ghetto Woman

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    Ghetto Woman-BB King.mpg

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    Little G Weevil - Ghetto Woman

    7:17

    Kobuci Blues Fesztivál 2 nap 2015.07.09.Budapest
    Little G Weevil's International Blues All Stars - (B.B.King) - Ghetto Woman
    Little G Weevil ( US/HU ) gitár,ének / guitar,vocal,
    Raphael Wressnig (AT) hammond,
    Stefano Dallaporta (IT) bass,
    Victor Puertas ( ES ) szájharmonika / harmonica
    Pascal Delmas ( FR ) dob / drums

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    BB king - Ghetto Women

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    Cover of BB King's Ghetto Women Live from the sell out show at The Station comedy junction.

    Tom C Walker - Guitar/ Vocals
    Jack Coper - Guitar
    Deano - Bass
    Jack Bowles - Dums


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    B.B. King - Ghetto woman

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    B.B. King - Ghetto woman
    Soul Jazz and Pop Music, de la Soul, du Jazz et de la Pop Musique

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    B B King Ghetto woman YouTube

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    UGK & BB King - Lil Ghetto Woman ft Lil Wayne & Marlena Shaw

    4:31

    Under the Soul Mates Project banner of collaborations that never were, Amerigo Gazaway’s latest imagines a recording session between Blues great, BB King, and Texas rap legends, UGK. Aptly titled “BB & The Underground Kingz: The Trill is Gone,” the producer seamlessly bridges the gap between hip-hop and its predecessor, the blues.

    Crafting the album's bedrock from deconstructed samples of King's electric blues hits, Gazaway re-imagined what might have happened had King and UGK actually recorded in the same time and space. Tapping UGK historian and documentary film maker, Sama'an Ashrawi, for unreleased interview audio, the producer cleverly uses the soundbites to help build his project's narrative. Strategically looping and lacing Lucille's guitar licks and B.B.'s road tales with Bun B & Pimp C's southern fried storytelling, Gazaway finds a sweet spot in the overlapping themes of his subjects' respective catalogs.

    Download the full album:

    Subscribe on Bandcamp for access to more exclusives like this one:

    Tracklist:

    01. Pimptro
    02. The Trill Is Gone feat. Mr. 3-2 & Ronnie Spencer
    03. Make Love To My Car
    04. Country Cousins feat. Talib Kweli & Raheem DeVaughn
    05. They Luv That feat. Bubba Sparxxx
    06. Int'l Blues Players Anthem feat. Outkast & Eric Clapton
    07. Lil' Ghetto Woman feat. Lil' Wayne & Marlena Shaw
    08. What Means The World To Pimp feat. Ludacris
    09. Intermission
    10. Pop It For Pimp feat. Juvenile
    11. Same Old Story feat. P.O.P.
    12. Want A White Gurl So Bad
    13. The Truth Hurts feat. Scarface
    14. That's Gangsta Life
    15. Pourin' Up
    16. Get Out The Way
    17. Shoutro
    18. Smoke Sumthin' feat. Trill A.G. (Bonus Track)

    Credits:

    Soul Mates Records 2015
    Produced by Amerigo Gazaway
    Executive Producer: Rickey Mindlin
    Artwork: Vincent Mr. Ö Fontaine (

    B.B. King: vocals, guitar (Lucille)
    UGK (Pimp C & Bun B): vocals
    Amerigo Gazaway: organ, electric bass, rhodes, synth, turntables, drum machine, sampler, vocals (Trill A.G.)
    Art Webb (of This is ART): electric bass (tracks 4, 6, 7, 14)
    Sama'an Ashrawi: UGK interview audio
    The Goodwill Projects: DIY acapellas

    Other Audio Sources:

    B.B. King: The Life of Riley (Documentary)
    WDIA 1070AM: The History, The Legend, The Music (CD)
    The Dolewite & Scooby Show (101.1 FM Nashville, The Beat)

    Websites:



    Merch:

    Facebook:
    Twitter:
    Instagram:

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    Larry McCray . May 2016. Ghetto Woman .

    8:52

    Michael Be Holden . Bass . Rena Beavers . Drums . Jeff Paris . Keys . Presented by Cadillac Zack . MSMS .

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    BB. King - D. Clark Ghetto woman

    6:51

    Live recording from 1988
    Mike c on lead

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    Michael J. Kattan - Ghetto Woman - Quadrangle

    5:16

    Live at Quadrangle Hazmieh. Rest in Peace B.B. King and long live the Blues.

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    B.B. King - Ghetto Woman Lyrics

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    B.B. King - Ghetto Woman Lyrics

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    Freddie King Ghetto Woman Live 1970.mpg

    6:18

    Ghetto Woman. Freddie was a great influence on Eric Clapton and many others who have followed Clapton.
    Freddie was born in Texas in 1934. His family moved to Chicago in 1950. In 1962 he moved to Dallas. He died December 28,1976. He was survived by his wife Jessie and seven children. He was only 42 year's old. Another to die young. Buy his CD'd - try Hideaway or King of the Blues. There are many, many Cd's & DVD's available on Amazon: Keep the Blues Alive!

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    BB King - Why I Sing The Blues - Live In Africa 1974

    6:21



    B.B. King Live In Africa '74 is a rare - extremely rare - intimate view of
    B.B. King in concert. At age 49, having crossed over to wide popularity with his show
    at the Fillmore West in 1968 and secured his fame with the 1970 hit The Thrill Is Gone,
    B.B. stands onstage before Muhammad Ali and a crowd of 80,000 on the continent his
    ancestors left in chains and gives one of the most thrilling performances of his life. The
    King of the Blues (B.B.), Soul Brother #1 (James Brown) and other African-American
    artists on the bill reveled in the return to their cultural motherland for a gala affair that was
    attended by fans and journalists from all over the world.

    The backstory around this perfonnance is rich. Behind B.B. is a large orchestra,
    made up of core members ofB.B.'s touring band - pianist Ron Levy, drummer Sonny
    Freeman and saxophonist Bobby Forte - plus studio musicians recruited (mostly) from
    New York, including renowned session guitarist Larry Carlton. Directed by Hampton
    Reese, B.B.'s longtime friend and musical tutor (you'll see him in his plaid sport coat
    conducting the band), this collection of musicians achieved their amazing performance
    after a single rehearsal in Kinshasa. Hampton wrote the charts for all the songs in the set,
    and every musician was playing from those charts.

    Of the musicians who played that concert from B.B.'s 1974 touring band, only
    Ron Levy is still living. Here are some of his recollections of the unforgettable trip to
    Zaire (now the Democratic Republic of Congo) and their historic performance there:

    To perform in Africa - the land of his ancestors, at this stadium event before
    80,000 - plus crazed, hot, sweaty, dancing and bouncing heads and soulfully
    pained hearts -- must have had a very special personal significance for B.B.,
    as it did for us all. We all realized this was not just another gig. It was history,
    good history. We were all very proud to be a part of it. As far as the set went,
    we performed 8.B.'s most famous hits. I have to say, this was probably the
    first lime this crowd ever heard - or heard of - B.B. King. but as usual he
    left them wanting more, as well as an indelible memory of his sincere personal
    passion and deep-felt blues.

    He definitely connected with them like the beloved king he is. If you're a
    B.B. King fan, you are in for a rare treat with B.B, King Live in Africa '74. If this is
    your introduction to the King of the Blues, you'll understand why he is so loved the
    world over.

    -Charles Sawyer

    Charles Sawyer is the author of the first biography of B.B. King.
    The Arrival Of B.B. King (Doubleday 1980, Da Capo 1982),
    He teaches History Of Blues In America at Harvard Extension School,
    and leads his own blues band, 2120 South Michigan Avenue.

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    B.B. King - Ghetto Woman - Lets Chill

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    B.B.KING-Ghetto Woman-Wet Hayshark-Part Time Love .

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    Worry, Worry, Worry

    9:53

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    Worry, Worry, Worry · B.B. King

    Live In Cook County Jail

    ℗ 1971 Geffen Records

    Released on: 1971-01-01

    Producer: Bill Szymczyk
    Associated Performer, Bass Guitar: Wilbert Freeman
    Associated Performer, Drums: Sonny Freeman
    Associated Performer, Trumpet: John Browning
    Associated Performer, Tenor Saxophone: Louis Hubert
    Associated Performer, Alto Saxophone: Booker Walker
    Associated Performer, Piano: Ron Levy
    Associated Performer, Guitar: B.B. King
    Composer Lyricist: Jules Taub
    Composer Lyricist: Plummer Davis

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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    BB King - Hummingbird

    4:38

    all rights reserved by their respective owners

    I couldn't find this version on youtube so i uploded it with some random pics of Mr King!
    Enjoy! :)


    Sometimes I get impatient
    but she cools me without words
    and she comes so sweet and so plain
    my hummingbird and have you heard
    that I thought my life had ended
    but I find that it's just begun
    cause she gets me where I live
    I'll give all I have to give
    I'm talking about that hummingbird
    oh she's little and she loves me
    too much for words to say
    when I see her in the morning sleeping
    she's little and she loves me
    to my lucky day
    hummingbird don't fly away

    When I'm feeling wild and lonesome
    she knows the words to say
    and she gives me a little understanding
    in her special way
    and I just have to say
    in my life I loved a woman
    because she's more than I deserve
    and she gets me where I live
    I'll give all I have to give
    I'm talking about that hummingbird
    oh she's little and she loves me
    too much for words to say
    when I see her in the morning sleeping
    she's little and she loves me
    to my lucky day
    hummingbird don't fly away

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    UGK & B.B. King - Lil Ghetto Woman feat. Lil Wayne & Marlena Shaw

    4:31

    Under the Soul Mates Project banner of collaborations that never were, Amerigo Gazaway’s latest imagines a recording session between Blues great, BB King, and Texas rap legends, UGK. Aptly titled “BB & The Underground Kingz: The Trill is Gone,” the producer seamlessly bridges the gap between hip-hop and its predecessor, the blues.

    Crafting the album's bedrock from deconstructed samples of King's electric blues hits, Gazaway re-imagined what might have happened had King and UGK actually recorded in the same time and space. Tapping UGK historian and documentary film maker, Sama'an Ashrawi, for unreleased interview audio, the producer cleverly uses the soundbites to help build his project's narrative. Strategically looping and lacing Lucille's guitar licks and B.B.'s road tales with Bun B & Pimp C's southern fried storytelling, Gazaway finds a sweet spot in the overlapping themes of his subjects' respective catalogs.

    Download the full album:

    Subscribe on Bandcamp for access to more exclusives like this one:

    Tracklist:

    01. Pimptro
    02. The Trill Is Gone feat. Mr. 3-2 & Ronnie Spencer
    03. Make Love To My Car
    04. Country Cousins feat. Talib Kweli & Raheem DeVaughn
    05. They Luv That feat. Bubba Sparxxx
    06. Int'l Blues Players Anthem feat. Outkast & Eric Clapton
    07. Lil' Ghetto Woman feat. Lil' Wayne & Marlena Shaw
    08. What Means The World To Pimp feat. Ludacris
    09. Intermission
    10. Pop It For Pimp feat. Juvenile
    11. Same Old Story feat. P.O.P.
    12. Want A White Gurl So Bad
    13. The Truth Hurts feat. Scarface
    14. That's Gangsta Life
    15. Pourin' Up
    16. Get Out The Way
    17. Shoutro
    18. Smoke Sumthin' feat. Trill A.G. (Bonus Track)

    Credits:

    Soul Mates Records 2015
    Produced by Amerigo Gazaway
    Executive Producer: Rickey Mindlin
    Artwork: Vincent Mr. Ö Fontaine (

    B.B. King: vocals, guitar (Lucille)
    UGK (Pimp C & Bun B): vocals
    Amerigo Gazaway: organ, electric bass, rhodes, synth, turntables, drum machine, sampler, vocals (Trill A.G.)
    Art Webb (of This is ART): electric bass (tracks 4, 6, 7, 14)
    Sama'an Ashrawi: UGK interview audio
    The Goodwill Projects: DIY acapellas

    Other Audio Sources:

    B.B. King: The Life of Riley (Documentary)
    WDIA 1070AM: The History, The Legend, The Music (CD)
    The Dolewite & Scooby Show (101.1 FM Nashville, The Beat)

    Websites:

    AG Website:
    Soul Mates:

    Merch (T-shirts, Hoodies, etc):

    AG Facebook:
    Soul Mates FB:

    AG Twitter:
    Soul Mates Twitter: Twitter:

    AG Insta:
    Soul Mates Insta:

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    Ghetto Woman

    4:50

    Provided to YouTube by TuneCore

    Ghetto Woman · Robert Fetzer Band

    Body Like Yours

    ℗ 2019 Robert Fetzer Band

    Released on: 2019-01-30

    Composer Lyricist: B.B. King
    Songwriter: B.B. King
    Composer Lyricist: Dave Clark
    Songwriter: Dave Clark

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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    Jam #78 - Ghetto Woman

    4:36

    /r/bluesguitarist Jam #78 - Ghetto Woman

    backing track:

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    Hayes Ware & Billy Branch - Ghetto Woman

    4:20

    From the LP Ghetto Woman (1979). Band: Hayes Ware (guitar, vocals), with Billy Branch (harmonica), Herman Gary (drums), and Craig Sloe Gin Walton (bass).

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    The Thrill Is Gone

    5:25

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    The Thrill Is Gone · B.B. King

    Completely Well

    ℗ 1969 Geffen Records

    Released on: 1969-12-05

    Producer, Studio Personnel, Recording Engineer: Bill Szymczyk
    Studio Personnel, Recording Engineer: Joe Zagarino
    Associated Performer, Vocals, Guitar: B.B. King
    Associated Performer, Keyboards: Paul Harris
    Associated Performer, Guitar: Hugh McCracken
    Associated Performer, Bass Guitar: Gerald Fingers Jemmott
    Associated Performer, Drums: Herbie Lovelle
    Associated Performer, String Arranger: Bert DeCoteaux
    Composer Lyricist: Roy Hawkins
    Composer Lyricist: Rick Darnell

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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    B.B. King - Sweet Sixteen

    6:29

    Show História do Blues, em 2005.

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    Ghetto Woman

    3:34

    Ghetto Woman cover by Almost Brothers and special guest Magnus Svensson.

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    Ghetto Woman

    5:30

    Provided to YouTube by IDOL

    Ghetto Woman · Same Player Shoot Again

    Our King Freddie

    ℗ Bonsaï Booking & Management

    Released on: 2018-11-09

    Composer: Clark Dave
    Composer: Riley B. King

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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    ghetto woman - richard - jongar - julio

    5:00

    autores; dave clark y bb king.
    improvisación funky sobre escalas eólica, melódica y armónica, Cm.

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    Clube do Blues - Ghetto Woman

    8:21

    Clube do Blues
    Ghetto Woman
    Mauricio Sahady – guitarra, vocal
    Beto Brown – baixo
    Rabicó – bateria
    Pub PANQ’S – Tijuca – Rio de Janeiro
    2ª Feira – 12Jun2017

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    BB King - Bad Case of Love HD

    6:40

    Legendary BB King plays & sing Bad Case Of Love
    Quality B.B. King video collection at

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    UGK & B.B. King - Lil Ghetto Woman feat.t Lil Wayne Chopped Not Slopped

    4:25

    Mixed by DJ Blurray & DJ WhutItDew

    Amerigo’s Gazaway’s B.B. King/ UGK project gets the Chopped Not Slopped treatment from OG Ron C & The Chopstars’ crew, DJ Blurray & DJ Whutitdew. Hear B.B. & The Underground Kingz – The Trill is Gone“ like you’ve never heard it before.

    Download original album here:

    Download Ckopped Not Slopped Version here:

    Under the Soul Mates Project banner of “collaborations that never were,” Amerigo Gazaway’s latest imagines a recording session between Blues great, BB King, and Texas rap legends, UGK. Aptly titled “BB & The Underground Kingz: The Trill is Gone,” the producer seamlessly bridges the gap between hip-hop and its predecessor, the blues.

    Crafting the album’s bedrock from deconstructed samples of King’s electric blues hits, Gazaway re-imagined what might have happened had King and UGK actually recorded in the same time and space. Tapping UGK historian and documentary film maker, Sama’an Ashrawi, for unreleased interview audio, the producer cleverly uses the soundbites to help build his project’s narrative. Strategically looping and lacing Lucille’s guitar licks and B.B.’s road tales with Bun B & Pimp C’s southern fried storytelling, Gazaway finds a sweet spot in the overlapping themes of his subjects’ respective catalogs.

    Tracklist:

    01. Pimptro feat. Trill A.G. [Chopped Not Slopped]
    02. The Trill is Gone feat. Mr. 3-2 & Ronnie Spencer [Chopped Not Slopped]
    03. Pourin’ Up [Chopped Not Slopped]
    04. Make Love to My Car [Chopped Not Slopped]
    05. Pop It For Pimp feat. Juvenile [Chopped Not Slopped]
    06. That’s Gangsta Life [Chopped Not Slopped]
    07. I Want A White Gurl So Bad [Chopped Not Slopped]
    08. Get Out The Way [Chopped Not Slopped]
    09. Int’l Blues Players Anthem feat. Outkast & Eric Clapton [Chopped Not Slopped]
    10. Country Cousins feat. Talib Kweli & Raheem DeVaughn [Chopped Not Slopped]
    11. They Luv That feat. Bubba Sparxxx [Chopped Not Slopped]
    12. Lil’ Ghetto Woman feat. Lil’ Wayne [Chopped Not Slopped]
    13. The Truth Hurts feat. Scarface [Chopped Not Slopped]
    14. Same Old Story feat. P.O.P. [Chopped Not Slopped]
    15. Shoutro [Chopped Not Slopped]
    16. Smoke Sumthin’ feat. Trill A.G. [Chopped Not Slopped]

    Credits

    Soul Mates Records 2015

    Produced by Amerigo Gazaway
    Chopped Not Slopped version mixed by DJ WhutItDew & DJ Blurray
    Executive Producer: Rickey Mindlin
    Artwork: Vincent Mr. Ö Fontaine (

    B.B. King: vocals, guitar (Lucille)
    UGK (Pimp C & Bun B): vocals

    Amerigo Gazaway: organ, electric bass, rhodes, synth, turntables, drum machine, sampler, vocals (Trill A.G.)
    Art Webb (of This is ART): electric bass (tracks 4, 6, 7, 14)
    Sama'an Ashrawi: UGK interview audio
    The Goodwill Projects: DIY acapellas

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    Retrolectro Crime XIV

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    This is the next Electro Blues Story before Christmas. It describes the life of a young lady around 1900, that had to flee from her ghetto, however...see what happened!
    Ghetto Woman is one of BB King's famous classic Blues songs, which Charlie Beale reworked in a masterly way.
    Enjoy the harmony of film & sounds!
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    B.B. King - Blues Boys Tunes

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    Video by me

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    Ghetto Woman

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    A sample of B.B. King's Ghetto Woman

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    IBA Jam 24dec10 - Ghetto Woman

    2:03

    At The Israel Blues Society Monthly Jam - 24/12/2010 in Mike's place Bar
    Moshe Ovadia - guitar Ron Gang - Keyboard Sagiv Refaeli - Base guitar Doron Weiss - Drums

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    B.B. King - Sweet Sixteen .wmv

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    Marel Blues Project - Ghetto Woman

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    Marel Blues Project performs the song Ghetto Woman by BB King in a Marel Blues Evening in Iceland. Recorded November 23 2012.

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    Ghetto woman Cover

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    Ghetto woman Cover

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    The Barflies - Ghetto Woman

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    B.B.King cover
    Выступление в баре Давай? Давай!, Ижевск, 26.11.11.

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    Jersey Soundtrack Saron Crenshaw Ghetto Woman

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    Saron Crenshaw performs Ghetto Woman at West End Park in Long Branch, New Jersey.
    Video: the Production House, LLC
    Cameras: Tom DeAngelis & Steve Merkel
    Editing: Tom DeAngelis
    Ghetto Woman was written by Dave Clark and B. B. King and appeared on B.B. King's 1971 Studio Album B.B. King In London released by ABC Records.
    It was later re-released on King's 1992 Album The Best of B.B. King on the Geffen Label.

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