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'Ladies and Gentlemen..' - CD3 tracklisting

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Here’s the third in our series of 10 updates bringing you guys in on the tracklisting for the 10CD box set. Appropriately, updates 3 covers the tracklisting for CD3.

‘How Blue Can You Get?’ – 28 tracks mainly taken from the mid 60’s.

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1. You Ask Me (2:10)
(R. Rae-A. Knight-M. Davis-B.B. King)
Originally ABC-Paramount single 10316 (1962)
℗ 1963 Geffen Records

2. I’m Gonna Sit In ‘Til You Give In (2:13)
(Dave Clark-B.B. King)
Originally ABC-Paramount single 10316 (1962)
℗ 1963 Geffen Records

3. Blues At Midnight (2:58)
(Ivory Joe Hunter)
Originally ABC-Paramount single 10334 (1962)
℗ 1963 Geffen Records

4. My Baby’s Coming Home (2:08)
(B.B. King-Ferdinand “Fats” Washington)
Originally ABC-Paramount single 10334 (1962)
℗ 1963 Geffen Records

5. Chains Of Love (2:35)
(A. Nugetre)
Originally ABC-Paramount single 10361 (1962)
℗ 1963 Geffen Records

6. Sneakin’ Around (2:07)
(Jessie Mae Robinson)
Originally ABC-Paramount single 10361 (1962)
℗ 1963 Geffen Records

7. Slowly Losing My Mind (2:32)
(B.B. King-Ferdinand “Fats” Washington)
Originally ABC-Paramount single 10486 (1963).
℗ 1963 Geffen Records

Recorded in Los Angeles, March 1, 1962

Maxwell Davis Orchestra: Lloyd Glenn (piano); William Green, Jewell Grant (alto sax); Maxwell Davis, Unknown (tenor sax); Floyd Turnham (baritone sax); Unknown (trumpets); Ralph Hamilton (bass); Jesse Sailes (drums).

Arranged & Conducted by Maxwell Davis

Produced by Sid Feller


8. How Blue Can You Get? (2:42)
(Leonard Feather-Jane Feather)
Originally ABC-Paramount single 10527 (1964).
℗ 1964 Geffen Records

9. Whole Lotta Lovin’ (2:26)
(Maxwell Davis-Joe Josea)
Originally ABC-Paramount single 10576 (1964).
℗ 1964 Geffen Records

10. I Wonder Why (3:06)
(B.B. King-Joe Josea)
Previously Unreleased.
℗ 2012 Geffen Records

11. Please Accept My Love (2:57)
(B.B. King-S. Ling)
Originally ABC-Paramount single 10527 (1964).
℗ 1964 Geffen Records

Recorded in New York City, September 30, 1963

Charles Brooks (piano); Kenny Sands, Carl Adams (trumpets); Lawrence Burdine (alto sax); Jerome Richardson (baritone sax); Vernon Slater (tenor sax); Leo Lauchie (bass); Sonny Freeman (drums).

Arranged & Conducted by Maxwell Davis

Produced by Sid Feller


12. Help The Poor (2:37)
(Charles Singleton)
Originally ABC-Paramount single 10552 (1964).
℗ 1964 Geffen Records

Recorded in New York City, April 7, 1964

Unknown personnel.

Produced, Arranged & Conducted by Sid Feller


13. Never Trust A Woman (2:36)
(Bill Doggett-Louis Jordan)
Originally ABC-Paramount single 10599 (1964).
℗ 1964 Geffen Records

14. Worryin’ Blues (2:55)
(Louis Jordan-Tommy Southern-Alger “Texas” Alexander)
Originally ABC-Paramount single 10599 (1964); previously unreleased on album.
℗ 1964 Geffen Records

15. Stop Leadin’ Me On (2:24)
(Granger Hunt)
Originally ABC-Paramount single 10616 (1965).
℗ 1965 Geffen Records

Recorded in New York City, September 25, 1964

Billy Butler (guitar); Sonny Freeman (drums); remainder of personnel unknown.

“Never Trust A Woman” and “Worryin’ Blues” Arranged & Conducted by Johnny Pate

”Stop Leadin’ Me On” Arranged by Johnny Pate, Music Director: Sid Feller


16. Everyday I Have The Blues (3:08)
(Peter Chatman)
From the ABC-Paramount album, “Live At The Regal”, ABC 509 (1965).
℗ 1965 Geffen Records

17. Sweet Little Angel (4:10)
(B.B. King-Jules Taub)
From the ABC-Paramount album, “Live At The Regal”, ABC 509 (1965).
℗ 1965 Geffen Records

18. It’s My Own Fault (3:06)
(John Lee Hooker)
From the ABC-Paramount album, “Live At The Regal”, ABC 509 (1965).
℗ 1965 Geffen Records

19. How Blue Can You Get? (3:35)
(Leonard Feather-Jane Feather)
From the ABC-Paramount album, “Live At The Regal”, ABC 509 (1965).
℗ 1965 Geffen Records

20. Please Love Me (3:00)
(B.B. King-Jules Taub)
From the ABC-Paramount album, “Live At The Regal”, ABC 509 (1965).
℗ 1965 Geffen Records

Recorded live at the Regal Theatre, Chicago, November 21, 1964

Duke Jethro (piano); Kenny Sands (trumpet); Johnny Board, Bobby Forte (tenor sax); Leo Lauchie (bass); Sonny Freeman (drums).

Produced by Johnny Pate


21. Tired Of Your Jive (2:10)
(Janet Despenza-Johnny Pate)
Originally ABC-Paramount single 10675 (1965)
℗ 1965 Geffen Records

22. All Over Again (2:35)
(Carl B. Adams)
Originally ABC-Paramount single 10724 (1965)
℗ 1965 Geffen Records

Recorded at either RCA Victor Studios or Universal Studios, Chicago, March 3, 1965

Duke Jethro (organ); Carl Adams (trumpet); Lawrence Burdine (alto sax); Barney Hubert (baritone sax); Vernon Slater (tenor sax); Leo Lauchie (bass); Sonny Freeman (drums).

Produced by Johnny Pate


23. I’d Rather Drink Muddy Water (2:21)
(Eddie Miller)
Originally ABC-Paramount single 10754 (1965)
℗ 1965 Geffen Records

24. Cherry Red (2:26)
(Joe Turner-Pete Johnson)
From the ABC-Paramount album “Confessin’ The Blues”, ABC 528 (1966).
℗ 1966 Geffen Records

Recorded at Universal Studios, Chicago, June 24, 1965

Duke Jethro (organ/piano); Leo Blevins (guitar); Carl Adams (trumpet); John Watson (trombone); Lawrence Burdine (alto sax); Johnny Board (baritone sax); Vernon Slater (tenor sax); Leo Lauchie (bass); Sonny Freeman (drums).

Produced by Johnny Pate


25. You’re Still A Square (2:23)
(B.B. King)
Originally ABC-Paramount single 10766 (1966).
℗ 1966 Geffen Records

Recorded in New York City, February 17, 1966

Personnel unknown.

Produced by Johnny Pate


26.Don’t Answer The Door, Parts 1 & 2 (5:10)
(James F. Johnson)
Originally ABC single 10856 (1966)
℗ 1966 Geffen Records

Recorded in New York City, July 14, 1966

Duke Jethro (organ); Leo Lauchie (bass); Sonny Freeman (drums).

Produced by Johnny Pate


27. Waitin’ On You (2:26)
(Ferdinand “Fats” Washington-B.B. King)
Originally ABC single 10889 (1966).
℗ 1966 Geffen Records

28. Night Life (2:34)
(Paul Buskirk-Willie Nelson-Walter Breeland)
Originally ABC single 10889 (1966).
℗ 1966 Geffen Records

Recorded in Chicago, November 17, 1966

Duke Jethro (organ); Kenneth Sands (trumpet); Bobby Forte (tenor sax); Louis Satterfield
(bass); Sonny Freeman (drums).

Produced by Johnny Pate

Tab width
Help The Poor (1964)

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