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Out of print in the U.S. This fine, atmospheric 1996 live album finds Buddy Guy backed by the Saturday Night Live Band, playing a nine-song set at his own Legends night club in Chicago, Illinois. This is Buddy Guy in his best blues mood, no frills, just great guitar playing and soulful singing, a really strong performance by the sixty-year-old guitarist performing a seven-minute version of his classic Chess single 'My Time After A While'. Buddy Guy's playing is tight and thoroughly inspired, and he gets superb backing from former Chuck Berry-pianist Johnnie Johnson, whose solo on the T-Bone Walker-like 'I've Got News For You' is one of several instrumental highlights.
Out of print in the U.S. This fine, atmospheric 1996 live album finds Buddy Guy backed by the Saturday Night Live Band, playing a nine-song set at his own Legends night club in Chicago, Illinois. This is Buddy Guy in his best blues mood, no frills, just great guitar playing and soulful singing, a really strong performance by the sixty-year-old guitarist performing a seven-minute version of his classic Chess single 'My Time After A While'. Buddy Guy's playing is tight and thoroughly inspired, and he gets superb backing from former Chuck Berry-pianist Johnnie Johnson, whose solo on the T-Bone Walker-like 'I've Got News For You' is one of several instrumental highlights.
8718627229088

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Format: CD
Label: MOCD
Rel. Date: 08/09/2019
UPC: 8718627229088

Live: The Real Deal
Artist: Buddy Guy
Format: CD
New: Out of Stock
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Out of print in the U.S. This fine, atmospheric 1996 live album finds Buddy Guy backed by the Saturday Night Live Band, playing a nine-song set at his own Legends night club in Chicago, Illinois. This is Buddy Guy in his best blues mood, no frills, just great guitar playing and soulful singing, a really strong performance by the sixty-year-old guitarist performing a seven-minute version of his classic Chess single 'My Time After A While'. Buddy Guy's playing is tight and thoroughly inspired, and he gets superb backing from former Chuck Berry-pianist Johnnie Johnson, whose solo on the T-Bone Walker-like 'I've Got News For You' is one of several instrumental highlights.
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