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Buddy Guy - Sit & Cry The Blues (2011)

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Buddy Guy - Sit & Cry The Blues (2011)

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01. Sit And Cry (The Blues)
02. Try To Quit You Baby
03. You Sure Can't Do
04. This Is The End
05. First Time I Met The Blues
06. Slop Around
07. I Got My Eyes On You
08. Broken Hearted Blues
09. Let Me Love You Baby
10. I Got A Strange Feeling
11. Gully Hully
12. Ten Years Ago
13. You Sure Can't Do
14. This Is The End
15. I Hope You Come Back Home
16. The Way You Been Treatin' Me
17. Buddy's Blues
18. Blue Monday
19. Every Day I Have The Blues
20. Woman Blues

Tracks 1-4
Buddy Guy: guitar, vocals
Otis Rush: guitar
Willie Dixon: bass
Odie Payne: drums
Bob Neely: tenor sax
McKinley Easton: baritone sax

Chicago, Illinois 1958

Tracks 5–12
Buddy Guy: guitar, vocals
Little Brother Montgomery: piano
Bob Neely: tenor sax
Jarret Gibson: tenor sax
Donald Hankins: baritone sax
Jack Meyers: bass
Fred Below: drums

Chicago, Illinois 1960

Bonus Tracks 13-14
Buddy Guy: guitar, vocals
Ike Turner: guitar
Willie Dixon: bass
Odie Payne: drums
Carston Oliver: tenor sax
Jackie Brenston: baritone sax

Chicago, Illinois 1958

Tracks 15-16
Buddy Guy: guitar, vocals
Phil Guy: guitar
Unknown: drums
Unknown: tenor sax

Baton Rouge, Louisiana, May 1957

 

A pioneer of Chicago's fabled West Side sound, and a living link to that city's halcyon days of electric blues, Buddy Guy straddles both traditional and modern Blues, as well as musical generations. After starting as a sideman, and after decades of paying dues, toiling in the Chicago clubs, Buddy Guy began his march to worldwide fame, emerging as the most heralded Bluesman of his generation, a hugely influential guitarist and passionate, dynamic live performer. Originally playing in the style of his first big influence, Guitar Slim, Buddy later absorbed the more mellow tones of B.B. King, but Buddy's guitar histrionics and tortured, high-pitched, gospel-influenced vocal style put him in a category all of his own. During his lengthy career he not only worked with legends of the genre such as Muddy Waters, Otis Rush, Little Walter and Howlin Wolf, but also was a chief guitar influence to Rock titans like Jimi Hendrix and Stevie Ray Vaughan. Buddy now not only headlines Blues festivals but also appears at major Rock venues. He continues to cut album after album his latest Living Proof released in 2010 of passionate, hard-edged, sometime Rock-tinted Blues, often with guest appearances by Rockers such Eric Clapton, Jeff Beck or Carlos Santana. ---amazon.com

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