Buddy Guy & Junior Wells - Play The Blues FLAC album
This is certainly one of my favourite songs on the album, just listen to Junior's growling vocals and harp over that hypnotic riff.
Hoodoo Man Blues is the 1965 debut album of blues vocalist and harmonica player Junior Wells, performing with the Junior Wells' Chicago Blues Band, an early collaboration with guitarist Buddy Guy. Released on LP by Delmark Records, the album has been subsequently reissued on CD and LP by Delmark and Analogue Productions
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The southern-style, Rhythm & Blues album Play The Blues by Buddy Guy & Junior Wells was recorded in the Miami Criteria Studios in the second half of 1970. Nevertheless, Guy was not able to leave Chicago out of this album with tracks such as "Bad Bad Whiskey" and "My Baby She Left Me". This is probably the best recordings Guy & Wells ever made, sounding clean and smooth. An excellent blues album from two masters in blues! 180 gram audiophile vinyl.
Buddy Guy & Junior Wells – Hoodoo Man. 3:05. Buddy Guy, Junior Wells – My Home's in the Delta. Buddy Guy Orchestra – I Smell Something. Buddy Guy & Junior Wells – Messin' With the Kid (Live). Buddy Guy, Junior Wells – No Use Cryin'. Buddy Guy, Junior Wells – Every Day I Have the Blues. Buddy Guy, Junior Wells – D Blues.
At the behest of Eric Clapton, Buddy Guy and Junior Wells left Chicago for Miami's Criteria Studios (a Clapton haunt) to record this album in the fall of 1970. These are some of the most soul-influenced recordings of the duo's career. With Dr. John on piano, . Reed on tenor sax, and Clapton himself on rhythm guitar, "A Man of Many Words," "T-Bone Shuffle," and "Messin' with the Kid" all have a distinct Southern-style R&B groove. With Tom Dowd assisting Clapton in the producer's chair, Play the Blues has a unique place in Guy's and Well's catalog, sounding as polished as they've ever sounded. Since only eight songs survived from the Miami sessions, Guy recorded two tracks with the J. Geils Band in 1972 to complete the program. Buddy Guy & Junior Wells Play the Blues Buddy Guy. Blues. Listen on Apple Music.
Buddy Guy contributes dazzling lead axe to their revival of "T-Bone Shuffle"; Junior Wells provides a sparkling remake of Sonny Boy's "My Baby She Left Me," and Guy is entirely credible in a grinding Otis Redding mode on the Southern soul stomper "A Man of Many Words. Just off tour with The Rolling Stones, blues legends Buddy Guy and Junior Wells teamed with Eric Clapton for this 1970 album collaboration that includes a guest appearance by Dr. John
George "Buddy" Guy (born July 30, 1936) is an American blues guitarist and singer. Critically acclaimed, he is a pioneer of the Chicago blues sound and has served as an influence to some of the most notable musicians of his generation, including Eric Clapton, Jimi Hendrix and Stevie Ray Vaughan. Style:MLA Chicago APA. "Buddy Guy & Junior Wells Play the Blues Album.
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|A1||A Man Of Many Words||4:00|
|A2||My Baby Left Me (She Left Me A Mule To Ride)||3:07|
|A3||Come On In This House - Have Mercy Baby||4:19|
|A4||T - Bone Shuffle||4:16|
|A5||A Poor Man's Plea||3:11|
|B1||Messin' With The Kid||2:11|
|B2||This Old Fool||4:43|
|B3||I Don't Know||4:26|
|B4||Bad Bad Whiskey||4:12|
- Accompanied By [Foot Tapping] – Juke Joint Jimmy
- Bass – Carl Dean Radle* (tracks: A1), Danny Klein* (tracks: B2, B5), Leroy Stewart
- Drums – Jim Gordon (tracks: A1), Roosevelt Shaw, Stephen Bladd
- Electric Guitar [Lead, Rhythm] – Buddy Guy
- Harmonica – Junior Wells, Magic Dick (tracks: B2, B5)
- Organ, Piano – Mike Utley*
- Piano – Dr. John (tracks: A1), Seth Justman (tracks: B2, B5)
- Producer – Ahmet Ertegun, Eric Clapton, Michael Cuscuna (tracks: B2, B5), Tom Dowd
- Recorded By – Richard Oulleppe (tracks: B2, B5), Ron Albert
- Rhythm Guitar – J. Geils (tracks: B2, B5)
- Rhythm Guitar, Slide Guitar [Bottleneck] – Eric Clapton
- Tenor Saxophone – A.C. Reed
- Vocals – Junior Wells
|SD 33-364||Buddy Guy & Junior Wells||Buddy Guy & Junior Wells - Play The Blues (LP, Album)||Atco Records||SD 33-364||US||1972|
|K40240||Buddy Guy & Junior Wells||Buddy Guy & Junior Wells - Play The Blues (LP, Album)||Atlantic||K40240||UK||1972|
|40 240||Buddy Guy & Junior Wells||Buddy Guy & Junior Wells - Play The Blues (LP, Album)||Atco Records||40 240||France||1972|
|K 40240, SD 33-364||Buddy Guy & Junior Wells||Buddy Guy & Junior Wells - Play The Blues (LP, Album, RE)||Atlantic, Atlantic||K 40240, SD 33-364||UK||1975|
|AMCY-436||Buddy Guy & Junior Wells||Buddy Guy & Junior Wells - Play The Blues (CD, Album, Promo, RE, RM)||MMG Inc.||AMCY-436||Japan||1992|