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Skin Deep

10 Feb. 2010 | Format: MP3

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Product details

  • Original Release Date: 22 July 2008
  • Release Date: 10 Feb. 2010
  • Label: Silvertone
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  • Total Length: 57:56
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  • ASIN: B006JU73A0
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars 12 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 390,829 in Albums (See Top 100 in Albums)

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Over the last few years I have become more and more infatuated by the blues. I have enjoyed (and bought the complete) Stevie Ray Vaughan/Eric Clapton/BB King/Joe Bonamassa/Walter Trout/Jonny Lang/Kenny Wayne Shepherd and many others. But...This offering from Buddy Guy is outstanding, even within that company. A truly stand out collection of blues tunes performed the way only Buddy can! Not a weak track here. Standouts...? Maybe the third track 'Lyin' Like A Dog' a slow searing blues, along with the opener 'Best Damn Fool', title track 'Skin Deep' and the blues homage 'Who's Gonna Fill Those Shoes'. Apparently Buddy Guy is 73 years old....Well, Buddy, if you are out there and you can, tell us what your secret is! Probably the very best CD I have heard this year...and I have bought boatloads...

If you love the blues, do not let this album pass you by!
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This is another classic blues album from genre master Buddy Guy. OK, so the production is a little slick, and there are (as is usual for Guy albums) a lot of guest stars, but when Buddy gets going her really is the King of the Blues. His raw, powerful guitar sound rocks and shreds your speakers, as that voice, seemingly unwearied by its years, tells you of his pain. It's a great album of uptempo blues rock, long may he continue to produce such gems.
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I'm not sure about my personal choice of an album by someone who at one time was at the top of the genre. There's nothing wrong with it at all but I prefer his earlier work. Please don't put off purchasing this CD though.
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Buddy Guy is someone we should all be greatful for. There are very few musicians in their seventies who can play with such energy and fury. Buddy plays his Strat like a machine gun, the notes tear through you to leave you breathless. The songs are all great tracks, many of which have cameo's from some of the modern Blues greats. Eric Clapton, Derek Trucks, Robert Randolph, (and future blues sensation) 9 year old Quinn Sullivan.

My only criticism is for the mix, but it's not just this record. It seems to be that most modern Blues and Rock recordings are over compressed, with too much separation between instruments, leaving what sound to me like large gaps in the sound. Maybe everyone should go back to good old reel to reel recording, this digital Apple Mac stuff sounds a bit too clinical. That's just my oppinion, the music and musicianship on this album is still brilliant.
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Well just a few words Buddy Guy is in my estimation the out right finest guitarist on this planet currently , this Album reflects his roots of the Blues from track to track finesse are found in pure blues the "Buddy Guy" way.

For anyone who loves the Blues this is a must and a perfect starter to understanding a huge talent and in my opinion the ultimate King of the Blues.
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SONY have just brought out this double CD pack. I bought it for less than the price of this individual CD. It pays to shop around.

product link - Bring 'Em In/Skin Deep
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