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on 6 May 2017
He's a blues legend. This album is a collection of some fantastic playing on both original and cover versions of blues classics. Worth a listen with a good set of headphones, a comfy chair and a glass of bourbon.
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on 9 March 2015
some of the songs are truly amazing. what a brilliant, hot voice! it's a really good album.
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on 21 July 2017
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on 28 March 2013
well worth the money and love both cd's. The damn right cd is the one with extra tracks on too.
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on 19 October 2012
These are two outstanding albums from Buddy Guy. Anyone wanting to get to listen to him should certainly consider purchasing these
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VINE VOICEon 28 June 2007
Buddy Guy celebrates his new recording contract with Silvertone by setting out his stall from the very first track - the title which features some exceptionally fiery guitar playing and there's some lovely fluid guitar playing all over this album. As well as this facet Buddy Guy shows his softer - more "bluesier" side on "Five Long Years" and "Black Night" - the two longest tracks on the album. The album features a stellar cast of guitar greats - Eric Clapton, Jeff Beck and Mark Knopfler but Buddy Guy's guitar burns the brightest of them all. There's an odd cover here of "Mustang Sally" which is taken a tad slower than normal but works well. The last track - "Remembering Stevie" is in homage to the late great Stevie Ray Vaughan and is a beautiful poignant instrumental.
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on 13 July 2012
I have been trying to find an album from this great guitarist without a load of filler tracks.
This is the one, it contains a couple of his classics but with a more up to date recent feel about them.
Plus one or two guest guitarist that appeared on tracks without the feeling of them screaming look at me!(Mr Beck shows one note is worth many yet again!)
A very good album for the `'Dyed in the wool blues fans'' to see you can update your signature numbers, with Buddy Guy showing the latest batch of blues guitarist you have still got a long way to go to match the great man.
Enjoy
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on 2 February 2002
I came across this title whilst searching for other Blues. The reviews were very enthusiastic, the price was right so I bought the disc. The reviews were "damn right", this is great stuff. Even better that he has Jeff Beck, Eric Clapton and Mark Knoffler guesting. This is the blues as it should be and I'm a convert to the "Guy". ("Damn good" delivery service from Amazon too)
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VINE VOICEon 10 February 2012
Quite easy to review this CD, the genius that is Buddy Guy comes across in buckets full.Then of course add Jeff Beck(Mustang Sally),I used to have this album on cassette and it's a real treat to have the CD.If you are even remotley into blues/ rock I,m sure you will enjoy every minute of this fine album.
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on 23 July 2014
This is from 1991 by which time albums by blues artists had started to be proper albums instead of a collection of old singles haphazardly thrown together on one disc . Here some of the guys who learned at his feet ( or at least with one ear glued to the Dansette ) get to play with one of the Chicago masters . Mark Knopfler , Jeff Beck and Eric Clapton acquit themselves well enough but are really a tad superfluous since it is the blistering guitar and voice of Mr. Guy which dominates . The famous whites may have been added to increase his sales in which case , I applaud them . Probably the Guy album to buy .
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