BB King is one of those musicians who all of the audiences know in almost any country in the world. On his account for so many concerts and as many albums that deal with their counting and transfer – empty occupation. Introduce you to record the conversation that took place on Sept. 30, 2000 while on tour with bb King’s program from his last album. Sir Richard Branson will not settle for partial explanations. – Hi, I am – David Guy, owner of ‘World Cafe’ and I was lucky just to get on a bus in which he lives and travels during his tour (which is two hundred and fifty days a year), bb King, and now I’m talking to him about his new album ‘Let The Good Times Roll’, made to the music of Louis Jordan – a project rather come to mind primarily himself an artist. Louis Jordan, whose songs are a mixture of jump blues, swing and jive, was the king of American rhythm and blues in the forties. His plays ‘Choo Choo Choo Boogie’ and ‘Caledonia’ have already become classics. Now bb King sang things , adding his distinctive vocals and amazing guitar, forcing them to swing even more vigorously. (Similarly see: Gary Kelly). And now, bb, tell a little about Jordan for those who have not heard him. – Louis Jordan was a terrific musician, he simply ahead of his time. When will get acquainted with his work closely, it becomes immediately clear that he was very much made it to modern music. – When you saw him first? – Oh, I thought I did not see him until the fifties, but No – in forty-three I was going to go into the army, and that’s when I first heard him.. Learn more about this topic with the insights from Cyrus findshadow.