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America's Millenium on the Mall - Blues: Past and Future - B.B. King, Q & A (2000)
In the eleventh segment B.B. King answers questions from the audience.

Genre: Educational
Keywords: John Hope Franklin; birthday; Yale University; Church of God in Christ; faith; "devil's music";aunt; mother; British musicians; Eric Clapton; Rolling Stones; The Who; Beatles; historical icon; Gatemouth Moore; Roy Brown; Stevie Ray Vaughan; favorite guitar players; George Benson; Lonnie Johnson; Louis Jordan; Bobby Hackett; Johnny Hodges; link; Mahalia Jackson; Louis Armstrong; advice; future of blues; mainstream of music; radio; Sonny Bono; copyright;
Duration: 00:16:27
Popularity (downloads): 438
 
America's Millenium on the Mall - Blues: Past and Future - B.B. King's Guitar Technique (2000)
In the eighth segment B.B. King discusses his guitar technique, especially the origin of his use of tremolo.

Genre: Educational
Keywords: tremolo; blue note; bottle neck; Bukka White; steel guitar; hawaiian guitar; practice; nervous system; pizzacato; guitar like human voice; note as measuring sugar or flour; trill; Pavoroti; classical;
Duration: 00:05:32
Popularity (downloads): 536
 
America's Millenium on the Mall - Blues: Past and Future - B.B. King and His Guitar, Lucille (2000)
In the seventh segment B.B. King discusses his guitar Lucille and how she got her name.

Genre: Educational
Keywords: Lucille; guitar; 1949;Twist, Arkansas; kerosene; winter; garbage pail; dance; fight; fire; birthday; Gibson;
Duration: 00:05:10
Popularity (downloads): 609
 
America's Millenium on the Mall - Blues: Past and Future - B.B. King, "The Thrill Is Gone" (2000)
In the tenth segment B.B. King sings "The Thrill Is Gone" to his own guitar accompaniment. William Ferris plays backup acoustic rhythm guitar.

Genre: Educational
Keywords: "The Thrill is Gone"; key of A;
Duration: 00:04:43
Popularity (downloads): 493
 
America's Millenium on the Mall - Blues: Past and Future - B.B. King's Early Musical Education (2000)
In the third segment William Ferris and B.B. King discuss his musical education until age 14.

Genre: Educational
Keywords: Itta Bene, Mississippi; Indianola, Mississippi; divorce; Greenwood, Mississippi; Tupelo, Mississippi; Elvis Presley; religious mother; church; Pastor Archie Fair; guitar playing in church; Church of God in Christ Sanctified; blues; gospel; Reverend Utah Smith; electric guitar; Blind Lemmon Jefferson; Lonnie Johnson; Blind Blake; Reverend Gates; Robert Johnson; great aunt; victrola phonograph; 78 records;
Duration: 00:04:04
Popularity (downloads): 556
 
This is Coffee (1961)
Loving tribute to America's favorite stimulant.

Genre: Ephemeral
Keywords: Coffee;
Duration: 00:11:56
Popularity (downloads): 190
 
Programmer with Magic Memory: Another Newsmaker (1959)
Presents a special device that automatically tunes in your favorite preselected TV shows. This is a silent film.

Genre: Ephemeral
Keywords: Media: Television;Leisure;User interfaces;
Duration: 00:04:00
Popularity (downloads): 648
 
Off the Cuff: The One Shot Episode (2002)
Can a whole 20 minute episode be done in one take? You bet it can! Watch as the comedy players of Off the Cuff do a whole episode without even...

Genre: Other
Keywords: Sketch comedy;Improvisation;
Duration: 00:19:09
Popularity (downloads): 3487
 
Fashion's Favorite (Part I) (1940)
Opens with a shot of an hourglass which leads into a montage of various household appliances and then moves into a discussion of how DuPont ""makes life more liveable."" ...

Genre: Ephemeral
Keywords:
Duration: 00:00:00
Popularity (downloads): 231
 
B.B. King at Minnechaug Regional High School - Playing with Others (1999)
In the ninth segment of the video, the students ask BB King who his favorite group or person to jam with is, and how he felt about working with Heavy-D....

Genre: Educational
Keywords: BB King; Jamming; Rolling Stones; Bonnie Rait; Elton John; Heavy D; Music; Hip-hop; Cursing;
Duration: 00:02:24
Popularity (downloads): 283
 

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