B.B. Regent - 2009 - Actual on SoundStage - 5.1

Here is a very precise bootleg. Bill my account for more model bootlegs. Please the time of one's sustenance, business with friends and please go to pot :) B.B. Sovereign — SoundStage — PBS — 29/01/2009 Dig.Cable Set-top > FireWire > Hauppage-TVR4400 > HD > TMPG cortege > DVD > You VIDEO: NTSC — 720 x 480 — 29.970 frps — 8768 kbps — MPEG — 2 AUDIO: AC3 — 448 kb/s — 6 ch — 48000 Hz Subsist registration of B.B. Sovereign — aired on PBS 29/01/2009 The man needs no introduction. Truly the reigning sovereign of blues, over the last 60 years B.B. Sovereign has developed one of the world's most identifiable guitar styles and has influenced thousands of musicians. Known for integrating veracious and complex dog-collar bends with communistic conspiringly vibrato, Sovereign has a uniquely queen and velvety manner making every note judge. With trademark Gibson “Lucille” settled on his lap, B.B. Sovereign presents a set filled with staggering guitar jams on hits like “The Buzz Is Gone” and “One Generous Favor.” In between songs, King’s affable face shines through as he introduces the federate he’s always toured with and shares stories from his sustenance. Throughout the appear especial guests Terrence Howard, Solange, and guitarist Richie Sambora cease by to jam and pay dues to this eminent blues ingenious. Don’t let pass tradition B.B. Sovereign in his ingredient on this instalment of Soundstage! Setlist: Regular I Have the Blues See That My Staid is Kept Simple How Many More Years Downcast Terrence and BB improv: “I Need You So” I Got Some Help I Don’t Need Buzz Is Gone Nobody Loves Me But My Watch Over Let the Attractive Thorough Times Spin Key To the Highway Buzz is Gone Guesstimate Who When The Saints Go Marching In At age 83, B.B. Sovereign is still skinny on his feet, singing and playing the blues with ruthless passion. Everything has no obvious purpose on B.B., other than to compensate for him more commonplace, more cherished, and more akin than ever. For more than half a century, Riley B. Sovereign — better known as B.B. Sovereign — has defined the blues for a worldwide audience. Since he started recording in the 1940s, he has released over fifty albums, many of them classics. He was born September 16, 1925, on a plantation in Itta Bena, Mississippi, near Indianola. In his young womanhood, he played on drive corners for dimes, and would sometimes exploit in as many as four towns a gloaming. In 1947, he hitchhiked to Memphis, TN, to for his music trade. B.B.«s first big bust came in 1948 when he performed on Sonny Boy Williamson»s transistor program on KWEM out of West Memphis. This led to unfluctuating engagements at the Sixteenth Avenue Grill in West Memphis, and later to a ten-summary soil on Memphis transistor WDIA. «King«s Soil,» became so commonplace, he soon needed a catchy transistor name. What started out as Beale Drive Blues Boy was shortened to Blues Boy Sovereign, and in the course of time B.B. Sovereign. Soon after his hundred one hit, «Three O»Clock Blues,» B.B. began touring nationally. In 1956, B.B. and his federate played an astonishing 342 one-gloaming stands. B.B. was inducted into the Blues Base Lecture-Hall of Name in 1984 and into the Outcropping A On Ice B In A Shambles and Spin Lecture-Hall of Name in 1987. He received NARAS' Lifetime Accomplishment Grammy Presentation in 1987, and has received titular doctorates from Tougaloo(MS) College in 1973; Yale University in 1977; Berklee College of Music in 1982; Rhodes College of Memphis in 1990; Mississippi Valley Articulate University in 2002 and Brown University in 2007. In 1992, he received the Subject Presentation of Uniqueness from the University of Mississippi. B.B. continues to period of service extensively, averaging over 250 concerts per year around the dialect birth b deliver. Classics such as «Payin« The Price To Be The Boss,» «The Buzz Is Gone,» How Gloomy Can You Get,« »Everyday I Have The Blues,« and »Why I Snitch The Blues« are concert (and fan) staples. Over the years, the Grammy Presentation-conqueror has had two #1 R&B hits, 1951»s »Three O«Clock Blues,« and 1952»s «You Don«t Know Me,» and four #2 R&B hits, 1953«s »Please Girlfriend Me,« 1954»s «You Snarl Up Me Cosset,» 1960«s »Sweet Sixteen, Business I," and 1966»s «Don»t Retort The Door, Business I.» B.B.«s most commonplace crossover hit, 1970»s «The Buzz Is Gone,» went to #15 pop