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Buddy Guy: Can't Quit The Blues

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Buddy Guy

Label: Legacy Recordings
Released: 2016
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Track Listing

CD 1: The Way You Been Treating Me; Sit And Cry (The Blues); This Is The End; Untitled Instrumental; First Time I Met The Blues; Ten Years Ago; Let Me Love You Baby; Stone Crazy; When My Left Eye Jumps; Hoodoo Man Blues; In The Wee Hours; I Can't Quit The Blues; One Room Country Shack; T-Bone Shuffle; When You See The Tears From My Eyes; I Smell A Rat; She Suits Me To A T; DJ Play My Blues. CD 2: Damn Right, I've Got The Blues; Mustang Sally; Five Long Years; Mary Ann; She's Nineteen Years Old; Miss Ida B; Feels Like Rain; 7-11; I Smell Trouble; Someone Else Is Steppin' In (Slippin' Out, Slippin' In); My Time After Awhile; Your Mind Is On Vacation; Midnight Train; Totally Out Of Control. CD 3: Nobody Understands Me But My Guitar; Baby Please Don't Leave Me; Done Got Old; Honey Bee; Tramp; Crawlin' Kingsnake; Moanin' And Groanin'; Bad Life Blues; I Can't Be Satisfied; First Time I Met The Blues; I'd Rather Be Blind, Crippled & Crazy; Somebody's Sleeping In My Bed; I Miss You; Cut You Loose; The Price You Gotta Pay. Disc 4 (DVD): Features exclusive 90 minute career- spanning documentary with rare and previously unseen performance footage. plus eleven never-before-seen live performances spanning thirty years of Buddy's career 1974 - 2004 Ten Years Ago; One Room Country Shack; Messin' With The Kid; Everyday I Have The Blues; Woman Do You Think I'm Foolish; Mary Had A Little Lamb; Damn Right, I've Got The Blues; Drowning On Dry Land; Mustang Sally; What'd I Say; Louise McGhee.


Buddy Guy
Buddy Guy

guitar, electric

Additional Personnel / Information

Buddy Guy: vocals, guitar. Various lineups including: Junior Wells: harmonica, vocals; Jimmy Powers: harmonica; Bonnie Raitt: slide guitar, vocals; Johnny Lang: guitar, vocals; Phil Guy, Doug Williams, Lefty Bates, Jimbo Mathus, Jack Holder, John Porter, Neil Hubbard, Wayne Bennett, G.E. Smith, Danny Kortchmar, Terry Taylor, Johnny Lee Schell, Scott Holt, David Grissom, Otis Rush, Jeff Beck, Keith Richards, Keb' Mo', B.B. King, Eric Clapton, John Mayer: guitar; Ivan Neville: organ, keyboards; Lafayette Leake: piano, organ; Reese Wynans: piano, organ, keyboards; Bernie Worrell: keyboards; Leon Pendarvis: organ; Mick Weaver: piano, organ; Pinetop Perkins, Little Brother Montgomery, Otis Spann, Bill Payne, Ian McLagan, Johnnie Johnson, Dr. John: piano; Willie Weeks, Paul Ossola, Mike Morrison, David M. Smith, Tommy Shannon, Bill Wyman, Jack Meyers, Leroy Stewart, J.W. Williams, Davey Faragher, Greg Rzab, Larry Taylor, Tony Garnier, Willie Dixon: bass; Clifton James, Fred Below, Dallas Taylor, Jim Keltner, Chris Layton, Ray Allison, Roosevelt Shaw, Phil Thomas, Billy Warren, Odie Payne, Shawn Pelton, Richie Hayward, Steve Jordan, Spam: drums; Tony Braunagle, David Z: percussion; Aaron Corthen, Bobby Fields, Malcolm Duncan: saxophone; George Young: alto saxophone; Lenny Pickett, A.C. Reed, Lannie McMillan, Joe Sublett, Abe Locke, Bob Neely, Jarrett Gibson, Andrew Love: tenor saxophone; Donald Hankins: tenor saxophone, baritone saxophone; McKinley Easton, Lew Del Gatto: baritone saxophone; Jim Horn: baritone saxophone, flute; Marty Grebb: baritone saxophone, piano; Sonny Turner, Sid Gauld, Darrell Leonard, Ron Tooley, Murray Watson, Ben Cauley: trumpet; Neil Sidwell, Dennis Wilson, Jack Hale: trombone; Shemekia Copeland: vocals; Renée Geyer: background vocals; The Perrys: handclaps; others.


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