The great Memphis guitarist and singer B.B. King has been the most high-profile figure in blues since the 1960's, ever since his Live At The Regal album established him as a superstar. King has collaborated successfully with everyone from Bobby Bland to U2, but he made his name as a soulful, enthusiastic bandleader. His beloved cherry-red Gibson guitar, "Lucille," is the source of King's trademark sound--percussive attack, dramatic string-bending, and spare lead lines with a vocal-like quality. 12 tracks.