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B.B. King: The Fortunate Son

Colin Escott, Goldmine, 29 April 1994

B.B. KING'S misfortune is that we too often take him for granted. He has been there as long as most of us can remember, and his visibility makes us forget that he's the greatest bluesman most of us will ever get a chance to see.

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