- Released: August 28, 1990
- Originally Released: 1990
- Label: MCA
- 1.Let The Good Times Roll
- 2.Stormy Monday Blues / Strange Things Happen
- 3.Feel So Bad
- 4.Mother-In-Law Blues / Mean Old World
- 5.Everyday (I Have The Blues)
- 6.The Thrill Is Gone / I Ain't Gonna Be The First To Cry
Song previews provided courtesy of iTunes
Personnel includes: Bobby "Blue" Bland (vocals); B.B. King (vocals, guitar); Viola Jackson (vocals); Ray Parker, Milton Hopkins, Johnny Jones (guitar); Red Holloway (tenor saxophone); Jerome Richardson (baritone saxophone); Oscar Brashear, Albert Aarons, Snooky Young (trumpet); Garnett Brown, Benny Powell (trombone); Robert Anderson (piano); James Toney (organ); Rudy Aikels, Louis Villery (bass).
Recorded live at the Coconut Grove, Los Angeles, California.
Personnel: B.B. King (vocals, guitar); Bobby "Blue" Bland (vocals); Viola Jackson (vocals); Johnny Jones , Milton Hopkins, Ray Parker, Jr. (guitar); Red Holloway (saxophone, tenor saxophone); Jerome Richardson (saxophone, baritone saxophone); Garnett Brown, Benny Powell (trumpet, trombone); Oscar Brashear, Snooky Young, Al Aarons (trumpet); Nino Tempo (horns); Robert Anderson (piano); James Toney (organ); Rudy Aikels, Louis Villery (bass guitar); Harold Potier, John Starks (drums); Victor Feldman (percussion).
Audio Remixers: Geoff Gillette; Deoff Gillette; Barney Perkins.
Recording information: Coconut Grove, Los Angeles, CA.
The sequel to a well-received 1974 album, TOGETHER AGAIN…LIVE features the two veteran bluesmen (who first played together as members of the Beale Streeters, the legendary early-'50s Memphis group) trading licks (guitar and vocal) on a nice selection of some of their signature tunes, including King's "Everyday I Have the Blues" and Bland's "Stormy Monday." These old pros clearly relish playing off each other, and the atmosphere is decidedly relaxed and informal (check out the verbal horseplay on "Mother-In-Law Blues"). The end result isn't the deepest blues ever recorded, but it's still good down home, rowdy fun.