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Blues boy : the life and music of B.B. King

King began recording in the 1950s. In 1965 he released Live at the Regal, the first album to cross over from the blues to the pop charts. The recipient of six Grammy awards, King was voted a Lifetime Achievement award in 1987.

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  • "In 'Blues Boy, ' Sebastian Danchin, a writer from France, paints a powerful portrait of this internationally revered bluesman. Like no other book before, his fully explores King's rich life and career and complements Blues All Around Me, King's moving autobiography. With objectivity and careful perspective he introduces key figures in King's biography and draws on many printed sources, published interviews, and his own recurring encounters with King and his manager."
  • "King began recording in the 1950s. In 1965 he released Live at the Regal, the first album to cross over from the blues to the pop charts. The recipient of six Grammy awards, King was voted a Lifetime Achievement award in 1987."@en

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