Awesome album. B.B. King has a great blues voice and his playing is excellent. This album starts with some killer versions of "Everyday I Have The Blues" and "Sweet Little Angel". And when I started listening to the album, my living room felt like a concert. B.B. plays well with the audience and has good showmanship. If I want to listen to some nice guitar blues album, in a live performance setting for extra atmosphere, I would choose this album.
1st song: Nice groovy drums and bass throughout the 15min track. With some nice solo moments for different instruments (Electric piano, saxophone). Overall felt like a groovy, jazzy but also experimental track. Not super experimental, but just jazzy experimental. 2nd song: The woodwinds and guitars sounded almost like human voices having a conversation. 3rd/4th song. Pretty trippy. Overall this album was a nice, groovy, jazzy, experimental journey.
Nice classic rock album. Not my favorite, but "Walk this way" is banger.
Really nice American-Folk Album. I put the album up for in the background, but it always had a nice atmosphere to it and sometimes dragged my ear back into the music and made me really listen to it. Would definitely listen to it again at some point
Nice R&B and soul album. Starts with a killer opening track! The songs after weren't that exciting, but this album might be worth it for a second listening.
Took me a while to get through this album. It's a style of music that I'm not used to. At first I didn't like it, but it slowly grew on me. I might listen to it again. Favourite track: "Bananeira"
Surprisingly nice album. I liked the songwriting that contained social commentary about the 70s with hints of humor. Good artist with good lyrics and a nice voice.
Really good hip-hop production. The singer and the rappers really give a nice mix within the music. They made some nice covers from; "No Woman No Cry" and "Killing me softly with his song".