Completely Well is the seventeenth studio album by blues guitarist B. B. King released in 1969. It is notable for the inclusion of "The Thrill Is Gone," which became a hit on both the R&B and soul charts.
This album was released in the US as an LP record in 1969 and as a CD in 1987; in the UK only as an LP. San Francisco critic Ralph J. Gleason's liner notes are mostly a profile of King, with only one of the 17 paragraphs discussing a title from the LP, "Confessin' the Blues", but only to mention its historical importance (then almost 30 years old).