BB King & John Mayer Live - Part 1





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Published on Aug 18, 2009

A clip of BB King and John Mayer's Improvised highlight jam at Guitar Center's King of the Blues 2006.

Production Company: GSM Entertainment
Director/Producer: Geoffrey McNeil

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The look Mayer gives BB is as if to say "Look what I can play Dad! Is it good enough yet?" so much respect
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Joe Cashmore
Kevin Dailey some in my opinion some bad but not shit and lots of the best! but I totally 100% hear the point your making. he has to make a living and give the people what they want to buy, but fuck me if bb sold his soul to the devil, it was only John in disguise 😃
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Peter Matthew
I'm supposed to be studying for a History exam...well crap
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Peter Matthew this is more important
Liam's OK
i have an English language paper tomorrow.
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Jonka Olofsson
The look on Mayer's face says it all right away, he's starstruck. And even if it may seem like he's trying to out-play BB, all he's doing is jamming, nothing else.. This is so damn good
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Bill Hassell
+Sam McCue exactly my point, if you listen to old Clapton or old BB recordings they don't play the way they do now. Why? Because they've grown as musicians and realize that sometimes a tasty lick beats all the pyrotechnic wizardry. That being said SRV is the only player in the history of guitar that never missed a note there wasn't One Missed lick One Missed chord even when having a broken string he was a guitar God
Sam McCue
“Blues is easy to play, but hard to feel.” Jimi Hendrix
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Morgan Freeman killed it
Zeke Toney
this guy
Rubber Duc
Alex Henderson
Rest In Peace BB King
Jack the Dipper
4:52 BB King is like ''Alright motherfucker...''
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Jonathan Munguia
Josh F
Jack the Dipper I haven't even got to that part of the video yet but damn your comment is funny
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Steven Topolski
I just wish John Mayer would make a strictly blues album with sounds similar to this jam. I would buy it in a heartbeat. Sure, It wouldn't do that well commercially, but blues fans and people who respect his musicianship would totally love it.
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Marc Stanford
Steven Topolski uh he did it's called TRY.
ankur srivastav
Steven Topolski u
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Federico Fechu
why the fuck is everyone comparing these giants one against the other? They are playing along, not against each other. That´s how music is done! 
John's tone isn't quite right here. You need those mids to play Chicago blues. BB's tone was perfect as usual.
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George Hypotenuse and the Triangles
I'm not saying that is a bad thing, but it's true.
Gabo Palacios
+apaidaccount my comment was for George, who says Strats are weak XD
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Meschac Toussaint
all the people that got to see two legends perform
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Malibu Too
you fucking stupid bro
Zander Møysal
There is many, SRV is my legend tho
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