One of the greatest blues albums ever recorded by one of the greatest guitarists ever to have lived, every note of Live At The Regal by B. B. King is presented here in staff notation and Guitar tablature so that now you can learn all the details of this legendary performance.
Recorded in 1964 at the Regal theatre in Chicago, guitarist B. B. King and his Guitar, Lucille, took to the stage and unleashed one of the most powerful performances in living memory. Blasting through a set of original compositions like Please Love Me and You Upset Me Baby, mixed in with covers of blues standards like Every Day I Have The Blues, King brought his uniquely expressive way of playing to the masses. Now, with this edition of Live At The Regal, you can learn from the greatest, following every sublime lick and expert bend until you’ve nailed the entire performance.
Featuring staff notation and tablature, this book is ideal for the blues-loving guitarist who already knows the basics and wants to sharpen their lead-playing, and what better example to learn from than the King of Blues? The detailed instructions tell you every nuanced technique, such as every time King employs vibrato and sometimes even which pickup to use. At the back of the book there is a useful chart to explain the tablature notation for specific techniques that are used throughout the songbook. To view the complete list of songs included here, please scroll down to the song list.
Guitarists like Eric Clapton and John Mayer say that they often listen to this record before their own performances, so if you’re looking to follow in the footsteps of the King, don’t Worry, Worry, check out Live At The Regal and learn how to get the blues.