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Music Video: The Thrill Is Gone (Live)

Artisit: B.B. King

  • Genre: Blues
  • Release Date: 2004
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 6:26

  • Copyright: B.B. King

Music Video For The Thrill Is Gone (Live) By Artist B.B. King

Reviews For The Thrill Is Gone (Live) By Artist B.B. King

  • WHAT?

    By Johnsonatory
    WOW what a joke! This preview allowed US to see BB play 5 notes...and some other wierd guy with a big beard....thanks iTunes.
  • That's it?

    By Deltabluesman
  • Did anyone review this before putting the preview up on iTunes?

    By LeoEdward
    This has to be the worst preview in all iTunes land, you don't get to preview the artist very much.
  • Who dares

    By Beautiful Fungus
    Who dares submit B.B. King to guitar karaoke??
  • Smooth Blues

    By 60s&70sClassicMusicAficionado
    B.B. has that uncanny ability to pull you in to his music with this great piece. Love the suit and tie!!
  • What is this!?

    By meekblue
    What, you mean this show wouldn't pay him enough to hire his band or what? I think it is ridiculous that he's playing over his already great track and I bet it was not his idea. What a world we live in. He's still the king in my book though.
  • Top 40 song - just one of many for B.B. King

    By Rememberthe70s
    This fantastic song, “The Thrill is Gone” gave us a chance to mingle with blues great B.B. King. For more than half a century, Riley B. King - better known as B.B. King - has defined the blues for a worldwide audience. B.B. King’s The Thrill is Gone hit the Top-40 on January 31st, 1970 and went to number 15, staying in the Top-40 for 8 weeks.

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