Listen To BB King & Eric Clapton’s Previously Unreleased ‘Rollin’ & Tumblin’’ Track

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B.B. King and Eric Clapton’s Grammy-winning 2000 collaborative album, Riding With The King, is headed for a re-release on June 26 via Reprise Records. The 20th anniversary edition will include two bonus tracks including the previously unreleased blues standard, “Rollin’ & Tumblin.’”

The remastered Riding With The King also features an unreleased B.B. King original, “Let Me Love You,” along with the Clapton/King collaborations that won the guitar legends the Best Traditional Blues Album Grammy Award in 2001 including Issac Hayes and David Porter’s “Hold On I’m Coming,” William Broonzy & Charles Seger’s “Key To The Highway” and John Hiatt’s title track along with four King originals and more.

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Clapton co-produced Riding With The King with Simon Climie, who has remixed the new tracks with remastering from famed engineer Bob Ludwig. Check out the visualizer for “Rollin’ & Tumblin’” below:

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