|Studio album by B. B. King|
|B. B. King chronology|
L.A. Midnight is the twentieth studio electric blues album by B. B. King released in 1972. It features two extended guitar jams with fellow guitarists Jesse Ed Davis and Joe Walsh ("Midnight" and "Lucille's Granny"). It also features Taj Mahal on harmonica and guitar. ("Can't You Hear Me Talking to You" and "I've Been Blue Too Long" respectively). "Can't You Hear Me Talking To You" also features Davis on guitar.
- "I Got Some Help I Don't Need"
- "Help the Poor"
- "Can't You Hear Me Talking"
- "Sweet Sixteen"
- "I've Been Blue Too Long"
- "Lucille's Granny"
- B.B. King - vocals, guitar
- Jesse Ed Davis - guitar, slide guitar
- Joe Walsh - guitar
- Mel Brown - guitar
- Randy Wolfe - guitar
- Taj Mahal - guitar, harmonica
- Paul Harris - piano
- Victor Feldman - acoustic and electric piano, congas
- Ron Levy - piano
- Cliff Coulter - piano, tambourine
- John Turk - organ
- Brian Garofalo - bass guitar
- Wilbert Freeman - bass guitar
- Ron Brown - bass guitar
- Bob Morin - drums
- Sonny Freeman - drums
- Earl Palmer - drums
- Sandy Konikoff - tambourine
- Bobby Bryant - trumpet
- John Browning - trumpet
- Red Callender - tuba
- Joe Burton - trombone
- Red Holloway - tenor saxophone
- Louis Hubert - tenor saxophone
- Plas Johnson - baritone saxophone
- Earl Tubinton, Jr. - alto saxophone
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