Buddy Guy Collection

Buddy Guy - Slippin' In - 1994  Music

Posted by mfrwiz at Feb. 10, 2010
Buddy Guy - Slippin' In - 1994

Buddy Guy - Slippin' In - 1994
WavPack (Img + Cue + Log + Audio Identifier Report Included): 331 Mb | EAC Secure Mode Rip | Mp3 (Fraunhofer IIS - 320 kbps): 129 Mb | HQ Scans | Rar Files (3% Recovery)
Audio CD (October 25, 1994) - Number of Discs: 1 - Label: Silvertone Records - Catalog Number: 01241-41542-2
Blues

Buddy Guy - Buddy's Baddest: The Best Of Buddy Guy (1999)  Music

Posted by popsakov at March 22, 2017
Buddy Guy - Buddy's Baddest: The Best Of Buddy Guy (1999)

Buddy Guy - Buddy's Baddest: The Best Of Buddy Guy (1999)
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Modern Electric Blues, Chicago Blues | Silvertone Records #0591232

Buddy Guy revitalized his career when he signed with Silvertone Records in the early '90s. His first album for the label, Damn Right, I've Got the Blues, was a smash success, earning critical acclaim, awards, and sales hand over fist. Prior to that record, he was a legend only among blues fans; afterward, he was a star. Although it was a bit too rock-oriented and slick for purists, Damn Right was a terrific album, setting the pace not only for Guy but for modern electric blues in the '90s. As the decade wore on, Guy continued to make albums for Silvertone, some of them a little complacent, others quite excellent…
Buddy Guy - Bring 'Em In / Skin Deep (2013) {2CD Sony Music 88765442232}

Buddy Guy - Bring 'Em In / Skin Deep (2013) {2CD Sony Music 88765442232}
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© 2005, 2008, 2013 Zomba Recording / Sony Music | 88765442232
Blues / Chicago Blues / Electric Blues

This Sony UK 2013 two-fer pairs two latter-day albums from Buddy Guy: the 2005 album Bring 'Em In and its 2008 sequel, Skin Deep. The Steve Jordan-produced Bring 'Em In and the Tom Hambridge-produced Skin Deep are both cut from the same cloth and feature a bunch of cameos – Keith Richards, John Mayer, and Tracy Chapman on the former; Derek Trucks & Susan Tedeschi, Eric Clapton, and Robert Randolph on the latter – and if neither are standouts in his discography, they're both enjoyable and this is a nice, easy way to get them both simultaneously.

Buddy Guy - Slippin' In (1994)  Music

Posted by popsakov at March 19, 2017
Buddy Guy - Slippin' In (1994)

Buddy Guy - Slippin' In (1994)
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Silvertone Records / Zomba Recording #01241-41542-2 | US
Modern Electric Blues / Chicago Blues

Whereas on 1993's Feels Like Rain Buddy Guy flirted with pop and R&B material, on Slippin' In, released one year later, he firmly reasserts his bluesness. From the very first track on, Guy lets his incomparable guitar loose. Throughout the album, he even experiments with Hendrix-esque effects on his guitar (perhaps at the prodding of producer/engineer Eddie Kramer), but the results never seem kitschy or gimmicky. Accompanied on half of the tracks by ex-Stevie Ray Vaughan associates Tommy Shannon and Chris Layton, the groove is deep and swinging. It makes you realize how much of Vaughan's signature sound lay in his rhythm section…

Buddy Guy - Hold That Plane! (1972)  Music

Posted by uff at Dec. 7, 2016
Buddy Guy - Hold That Plane! (1972)

Buddy Guy - Hold That Plane! (1972)
Blues | 1cd | EAC Rip | Flac + Cue + Log | covers
Vanguard, VMD 79323-2 | rel: 1990 | 245Mb

Beautiful. Brilliant, if not Flawless. It actually doesn't matter at all, because the other CD's that accompany this album, A Man & the Blues, This is Buddy Guy-Live, are exceptionally good. Some real rare Buddy Guy renditions of his classics. One of Guy's best works till date. The Complete Vanguard Recording is a must for every blues enthusiast.

Buddy Guy - Live! The Real Deal (1996)  Music

Posted by uff at Oct. 26, 2016
Buddy Guy - Live! The Real Deal (1996)

Buddy Guy - Live! The Real Deal (1996)
Blues | 1cd | EAC Rip | Flac + Cue + Log | covers
Silvertone, ORE CD 535 | rel: 1996 | 390Mb

As close as Buddy Guy's ever likely to come to recapturing the long-lost Chess sound. Cut live at his popular Chicago nightspot, Buddy Guy's Legends, with guitarist G.E. Smith's horn-leavened Saturday Night Live Band and pianist Johnnie Johnson in lush support,

Buddy Guy - The Complete Chess Studio Recordings (1992)  Music

Posted by popsakov at Oct. 17, 2016
Buddy Guy - The Complete Chess Studio Recordings (1992)

Buddy Guy - The Complete Chess Studio Recordings (1992)
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Chicago Blues, Electric Blues | Chess / MCA Records #CHD2-9337

Here's everything that fleet-fingered Buddy Guy waxed for Chess from 1960 to 1966, including numerous unissued-at-the-time masters, offering the most in-depth peek at his formative years imaginable. Stone Chicago blues classics ("Ten Years Ago," "My Time After Awhile," "Let Me Love You Baby," "Stone Crazy"), rockin' oddities ("American Bandstand," "$100 Bill," "Slop Around"), even a cut that features guitarist Lacy Gibson's vocal rather than Guy's ("My Love Is Real") – some 47 sizzling songs in all.

Buddy Guy - Blues Singer (2003)  Music

Posted by uff at Sept. 7, 2016
Buddy Guy - Blues Singer (2003)

Buddy Guy - Blues Singer (2003)
Blues | 1cd | EAC Rip | Flac + Cue + Log | covers
Silvertone, 82876534682 | rel: 2003 | 380Mb

Not known for his acoustic work, Buddy Guy unplugs for a rare album-length excursion into folk blues. Continuing the rootsy, bare-bones approach that made 2001’s electric Sweet Tea (also produced by Dennis Herring) so gutsy and memorable, the guitarist gets down and dirty with 12 tracks that sound like they were recorded after hours in his living room or on his back porch. Guy’s stinging leads are still evident as is his emotive voice, but both are less flamboyant in the unplugged setting.
Buddy Guy - Buddy's Blues (1997) {Chess Records 50th Anniversary Collection}

Buddy Guy - Buddy's Blues (1997) {Chess Records 50th Anniversary Collection}
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Blues | MCA Records / Chess #CHD-9374

As part of MCA's Chess Records 50th Anniversary series, Buddy's Blues sweats Guy's multi-disc retrospective, The Complete Chess Studio Recordings down to a scintillating 15-track package and comes up with a bare-bones winner. There are loads of great guitar on classics like "First Time I Met the Blues," "Let Me Love You Baby," "Pretty Baby," "My Time After Awhile," "Stone Crazy," and Guy's voice is at its whiplash exuberant best. Unexpected bonuses pop up in the comp's kickoff track, a full-length version of "Worried Mind," issued here without the overdubbed applause and crowd noises that accompanied its original release on Folk Festival of the Blues (see Muddy Waters' entry)…
Buddy Guy and Magic Sam - The New Generation Of Chicago Blues: Singles As & Bs 1958-1962 (2016)

Buddy Guy and Magic Sam - The New Generation Of Chicago Blues: Singles As & Bs 1958-1962 (2016)
Chicago Blues | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 01:17:58 | 185 MB
Label: Jasmine Records | Release Year: 2016

This collection includes the A and B side of every single by these two blues giants, through to 1962 with Buddy Guy's hit "Stone Crazy" and the very different sound and feeling of Magic Sam's "All Your Love", this is excellent stuff. The blues in Chicago and indeed the blues on Chess Records, Chicago's top blues label, had by the late 1950s been dominated by just a handful of artists but by 1957 that would change as a new generation of blues men were getting a foothold on the scene. This superb CD concentrates on two of these young bloods, Buddy Guy and Magic Sam. These cuts set a new course for the blues at a time when the music was losing its core audience. Buddy Guy is today the elder statesman of the blues around the world and if it not for Magic Sam's tragic death at the very young age of 32 he would no doubt carry the same status.