|1||Power Of The Blues|
Bass – John Best Drums – Barry Ford Guitar – Paul Butler Guitar, Vocals – B.B. KingPiano – Pete WingfieldWritten-By – Pete Wingfield
|2||Ain't Nobody Home|
Arranged By [Horns] – Jim PriceDrums – Jim KeltnerElectric Bass [Fender] – Klaus VoormanGuitar – David Spinozza, John UribeGuitar, Vocals – B.B. KingOrgan – Gary WrightPiano – Dr. RagovoySaxophone – Bobby KeysTrumpet, Trombone – Jim PriceVocals – Carl Hall, Joshie Armstead, Tasha ThomasWritten-By – J. Ragovoy
Arranged By, Conductor [Strings] – Jimmie HaskellBass – Klaus VoormanDrums – Jim Gordon, Ringo StarrElectric Piano – Jim PriceGuitar – Mac RebennackGuitar, Vocals – B.B. KingPiano – Gary WrightWritten-By – King, D. Clark
Acoustic Guitar – Alexis Korner, B.B. KingBass – Greg RidleyDrums – Jerry ShirleyHarmonica – Steve MarriotWritten-By – Alexis Korner
|5||We Can't Agree|
Bass – Klaus VoormanDrums – Jim KeltnerElectric Piano – Gary WrightGuitar – John UribeGuitar, Vocals – B.B. KingOrgan – The Mystery ShadowWritten-By – L. Jordan, W. Gray
Drums – Ringo StarrElectric Bass [Fender] – Klaus VoormanGuitar, Vocals – B.B. KingOrgan – Gary WrightTenor Saxophone – Bobby KeysTrumpet – Jim PriceWritten-By – C. Hammond
Bass – Klaus VoormanDrums – Jim Gordon, Ringo StarrGuitar – B.B. KingPiano – Gary WrightTenor Saxophone – Bobby KeysTrumpet – Jim PriceWritten-By – Gary Wright
Baritone Saxophone, Clarinet – Bill PerkinsDrums – Jim GordonElectric Bass [Fender] – Klaus VoormanElectric Piano – Rick Wright Guitar – Peter Green Guitar, Vocals – B.B. KingHarmonica – Duster BennettOrgan – Gary WrightTenor Saxophone – Bobby KeysTrombone – Chuck FindleyTrumpet – Jim Price, Ollie MitchellWritten-By – F. Moore
Drums – Jim KeltnerElectric Bass [Fender] – Klaus VoormanElectric Piano – Gary WrightGuitar – John UribeGuitar, Vocals – B.B. KingOrgan – The Mystery ShadowWritten-By – L.C. Glenn
|ABCX-730, ABCX 730||B.B. King||In London (LP, Album, Gat)||ABC Records, ABC Records||ABCX-730, ABCX 730||US||1971|
|250 817-1, CRP 16013||B.B. King||In London (LP, Album, RE)||MCA Records, MCA Records||250 817-1, CRP 16013||Europe||1984|
|0661||B.B. King||In London (Cass, Album, Club)||World Cassette Club||0661||Australia||1975|
|SPB 1041||B.B. King||In London (LP, Album)||Probe||SPB 1041||UK||1971|
|MCD 18223||B.B. King||In London (CD, Album, RE)||MCA Records||MCD 18223||Europe||Unknown|
- Design – George S. Whiteman
- Engineer – Zags
- Engineer [Assistant] – Andrew Hendrickson, Baker Bigsby, Chris Kimsey, Eddie James , Joe Veneri, John Stronach, Lee Kiefer, Pete Booth, Phillip Holland, Rufus Cartwright, Tom Brown
- Photography By – Keith Morris
- Producer – Ed Michel, Joe Zagarino
True Sound Manufacturing Corp. pressing indicated by 2.75" outer pressing ring and smaller, more faint 0.4375" ring near spindle hole.
Repressing with "℗ 1972 ABC Records, Inc." in label rimtext.
Another distinguishing factor are dashes in the matrix number printed on record labels "ABCX-730-A" and "ABCX-730-B" on the left side of the labels.
"© ABC Records Inc., 1971" appears on bottom of back cover.
Recorded at Olympic and Command Studios in London, June 9-16, 1971, and modified at the Village Recorder and the Record Plant in Los Angeles and the Hit Factory in New York.
- Matrix / Runout (Matrix A on label): ABCX-730-A
- Matrix / Runout (Matrix B on label): ABCX-730-B
- Matrix / Runout (Runout A etch): ABCX-730-A
- Matrix / Runout (Runout B etch): ABCX-730-B
- Matrix / Runout (Stamped, both sides): [Artisan Sound Recorders logo]
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – ABC Records, Inc.
- Recorded At – Olympic Studios
- Recorded At – Command Studios
- Overdubbed At – The Village Recorder
- Overdubbed At – Record Plant, Los Angeles
- Overdubbed At – The Hit Factory
- Mastered At – Artisan Sound Recorders
- Pressed By – True Sound Manufacturing Corp.
- Record Company – ABC Records, Inc.
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Performer: B.B. King
Title: B.B. King In London
Release date: 1972
Label: ABC Records
Style: Rhythm & Blues, Soul
Size MP3: 2084 mb
Rating: 4.9 / 5
Record source: Vinyl, LP, Album, Repress, True Sound Press, Gatefold