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Title:
The very best of Buddy Guy
Author:
Guy, Buddy, performer.
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Publication Information:
New York, NY : Silvertone/Jive/Legacy : Manufactured and distributed in the U.S.A. by Sony Music Entertainment, [2009]

â„—2009
Physical Description:
1 audio disc (70 min.) : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
General Note:
Title from container.

Compact disc.

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Language:
English
Contents:
Damn right, I've got the blues Tramp Mustang Sally She's nineteen years old Midnight train Somebody's sleeping in my bed Feels like rain First time I met the blues Someone else is steppin' in (slippin' out, slippin' in) Mary Ann Every time I sing the blues I need you tonight My time after a while
UPC:
886978561121
Format :
Music CD

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Sony/Legacy's 2009 Playlist gathers highlights from Buddy Guy's comeback of the '90s, opening with his career-redefining "Damn Right I've Got the Blues" and then running through 11 other selections from his Silvertone recordings, including a duet with Eric Clapton on "Every Time I Sing the Blues" and a live version of "First Time I Met the Blues." Buddy didn't quite have hits during this period but he did have a stable of concert favorites, many of which -- like "Mustang Sally," "She's Nineteen Years Old," and "Feels Like Rain" -- make it here. This doesn't dig quite as deep as it could, but that's the nature of a sampler like this: it's designed to give a taste, and that's what this does, and it's a good taste of latter-day Buddy to boot. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine