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Category Archive for 'Chicago Blues'

Buddy Guy: Rhythm & Blues

“A great open secret of the last act of Buddy Guy’s career is that nearly every album he’s made in the new millennium is a concept album of sorts, ranging from the gnarled modern Delta blues of Sweet Tea and the acoustic Blues Singer to the pseudo-autobiography of 2010′s Living Proof. Rhythm & Blues trumps [...]

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Buddy Guy: Icon

“This concise and tight 11-song set from those years collects early versions of his signature tunes “I Got My Eyes on You,” “Stone Crazy,” “Watch Yourself,” “When My Left Eye Jumps,” and the edgy “My Time After Awhile,” as well as his first single for Chess, “First Time I Met the Blues,” all of which [...]

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Buddy Guy: Skin Deep

Check Our Catalog “Touted as his first album of original material, Skin Deep does work as an effective showcase for Buddy’s most original voice: his wild, gnarly guitar. The production may be crisp and clean but Buddy refuses to play polite, messing up the pristine surfaces with big, nasty, ugly smears of guitar…Elsewhere, the music [...]

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