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Buddy Guy - Best Of The Silvertone Years 1991-2005 (2005)

21-12-2014, 19:05
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Buddy Guy - Best Of The Silvertone Years 1991-2005 (2005)

Artist: Buddy Guy
Title Of Album: Best Of The Silvertone Years 1991-2005
Year Of Release: 2005
Genre: Chicago Blues, Blues Rock
Label: Silvertone Records
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 3:12:14
Total Size: 447 Mb
Covers: Front

01. Damn Right, I've Got The Blues (4:28)
02. Five Long Years (8:23)
03. Mustang Sally (4:40)
04. Where Is The Next One Coming From (4:34)
05. Too Broke To Spend The Night (4:59)
06. Rememberin' Stevie (6:55)
07. She's A Superstar (4:57)
08. Feels Like Rain (4:33)
09. She's Nineteen Years Old (5:40)
10. Some Kind Of Wonderful (Feat. Paul Rodgers) (3:25)
11. I Could Cry (5:07)
12. Mary Ann (3:10)
13. I Smell Trouble (3:14)
14. 7-11 (6:57)
15. Little Dab-A-Doo (5:07)
16. Love Her With A Feeling (4:24)
17. Someone Else Is Steppin' In (Slippin' Out, Slippin' In) (4:20)
18. Trouble Blues (3:06)
19. I've Got My Eyes On You (4:09)
20. My Time After Awhile (7:24)
21. Heavy Love (5:38)
22. Midnight Train (Feat. Jonny Lang) (5:18)
23. Hoochie Coochie Man (Feat. Junior Wells) (5:41)
24. I Need You Tonight (5:14)
25. Saturday Night Fish Fry (5:27)
26. Done Got Old (3:21)
27. Baby Please Don't Leave Me (7:21)
28. Stay All Night (4:08)
29. Tramp (6:45)
30. Look What All You Got (4:43)
31. Hard Time Killing Floor (2:46)
32. Crawlin' Kingsnake (5:15)
33. Lucy Mae Blues (3:31)
34. I Love The Life I Live (2:45)
35. Innocent Man/Mannish Boy Backdoor Man (5:41)
36. Bad Blood (6:45)
37. Need A Friend (5:17)
38. Totally Out Of Control (6:46)

One of the few living blues icons, and the strongest surviving link to the golden era of Chicago electric blues, the seminal guitarist — and 2005 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee — continues to reap the dividends of a remarkable career renaissance. For the past decade and a half, the five-time Grammy winner has achieved late-blooming mainstream stardom, thanks to the same incendiary guitar work that made him a cult legend decades ago.

Born George Guy in rural Lettsworth, Louisiana on July 30, 1936, Buddy moved to Chicago in 1957, and eventually established himself as a force on the thriving local music scene. He built his reputation playing on sessions for the fabled Chess label, backing up such artists as Muddy Waters, Howlin' Wolf and Koko Taylor, while stepping out front on such now-classic singles as "First Time I Met the Blues" and "Broken Hearted Blues."

Guy's fiery, self-taught guitar work proved inspirational to such budding axemen as Jeff Beck, Eric Clapton and Keith Richards, all of whom have enthusiastically sung his praises in the years since. Guy also earned a reputation for his flamboyant onstage showmanship, which he continued to hone through a long-running collaboration with harmonica player Junior Wells.

But Guy's recording career eventually drifted into rocky waters. He hadn't had a domestic album release in nearly a decade when he signed with the Silvertone label and released Damn Right, I've Got the Blues . The album — which featured guest appearances from by Beck, Clapton and Mark Knopfler — introduced Guy to an enthusiastic new audience, and eventually earned a Grammy as Best Contemporary Blues Album.

The commercially savvy crossover sound of Damn Right, I've Got the Blues and its followups Feels Like Rain and Heavy Love gave way to a more primitive, rural approach on 2001's acclaimed Sweet Tea , which was followed by 2003's stripped-down Blues Singer , which emphasized Guy's vocals and acoustic picking.

While those projects exposed lesser-known aspects of Guy's talents, the landmark Damn Right, I've Got the Blues continues to hold a special place in the hearts of the artist and his fans. That's evident from Silvertone's March release of a newly expanded edition of the album, which augments the original disc with a pair of U.K. b-sides. Silvertone has also released an exclusive "digital box set" — dubbed Best of the Silvertone Years 1991-2005 and featuring a trio of previously unreleased tracks — through iTunes' online download service.

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