B.B. King
Carter Barron Amphitheater
Washington, DC
August 2nd, 1980

Sound quality is rough around the edges, so this is one to pick up for completists.
The recording cuts at the beginning of Why I Sing the Blues and at the end of The Thrill Is Gone.
Thanks go out to the person who decided to tape this show!

Source: AUD
Lineage: AUD > Cassette Tape > CDR > EAC > WAV > FLAC
Sound: B


B.B. King Orchestra
01. Intro / Baby I´m Yours
02. Improvisation
03. Instrumental

B.B. King and His Orchestra
04. B.B. King Blues Theme
05. Let the Good Times Roll / Every Day I Have the Blues
06. I Got Some Outside Help (I Don´t Really Need)
07. Paying the Cost to Be the Boss
08. All Over Again
09. Why I Sing the Blues
10. Better Not Look Down
11. When It All Comes Down (I'll Still Be Around)
12. B.B. King Talks / Never Make a Move Too Soon / Band Introductions
13. The Thrill Is Gone

Band members:
B.B. King (vocals, guitar)
Eugene Carrier (keyboard)
Russell Jackson (bass)
Calep Emphrey Jr. (drums)
Leonard Gill (guitar)
Calvin Owens (trumpet, conductor)
James Bolden (trumpet)
Arthur McLin (trumpet)
Raymond Harris (trombone)
Robert Garner (tenor saxophone)
Edgar Synigal (baritone saxophone)