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BB KING & friends “A Blues Session”. Paul Butterfield, Phill Collins, Dr. John, Etta James, Chaka Khan, Albert King, Gladys Knight, Billy Ocean.
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BB King & Stevie Ray Vaughan playing “The Sky is Crying”, featuring Albert King & Paul Butterfield on harp.
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”Dire Straits Brothers in Arms album” – 1985.
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