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The Best Of Buddy Guy


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  • Audio CD (May 10 2011)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Sony Music Canada
  • ASIN: B00000J6BA
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #21,936 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Damn Right, I've Got The Blues
2. Five Long Years
3. Mustang Sally
4. Rememberin' Stevie
5. She's A Superstar
6. Feels Like Rain
7. She's Nineteen Years Old
8. I Smell Trouble
9. Someone Else Is Steppin' In (Slippin' Out, Slippin' In)
10. My Time After Awhile (Live)
11. Midnight Train
12. Miss Ida B
13. I Need Your Love So Bad
14. Innocent Man


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This overview of Buddy Guy's Silvertone recordings ought to be titled "Some of the best of Buddy Guy's 90s tunes, and a few throwaways as well", or something along those lines.
The first ten songs are almost all good, but the four previously unreleased songs aren't among Guy's best work, and since almost all of the previously released material here is taken from just three albums, there is really no good reason to pick up this mediocre sampler. Go with "Damn Right I've Got The Blues" and "Slippin' In" instead, and perhaps the "Feels Like Rain" album, from which "She's Nineteen Years Old" and of course "Feels Like Rain" are taken.
Only one track comes from the forgettable "Heavy Love", which is actually a credit to the compilers, and the last one, the live "My Time After Awhile", is from "Live: The Real Deal".
If you want an overview of Buddy Guy's career prior to his 90s comeback, go for Rhino Records' excellent "The Very Best Of Buddy Guy", or check out the best of his classic Chess singles on MCA/Chess' "Buddy's Blues". This is a decent sampler, but considering that it only spans four studio albums, one of which is bland at best, it is not really that much of a necessity.
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this cd is a great starter for anyone who is just getting into great blues music (i have been into blues for about 12years) and enjoy everything that buddy guy has recorded. this cd should have contained more tracks, alot of great songs missing on this cd. i give it 5 stars anyway.
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By Nico Weenink on Sept. 5 2000
Format: Audio CD
This album will show you a man that is blues, blues and nothing but blues! Blues comes out his feet, his fingers, from every vain the man has in his whole body! This album is a good way to start if you want to dive into Buddy Guys world of the blues and blues as a whole. Guy combines various blues styles to one, very much his own style. That makes him a true living legend, and I am sure that if you buy this album you're soon will buy the original ones as well!
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of course with greatest hits there are always songs that you feel of great that are left off. the cd kicks off with" damn right ive got the blues" to five long years. good thing that there are three unreleased songs on the cd is why i brought it. good starter cd for any new fans
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To the fan from Vienna, VA: Buddy is not in his 70's. Actually, as of the date I'm writing this, he is 63. Regardless, no one I've ever seen packs as much energy into a live performance as Mr. Guy. And I recommend to anyone who hasn't seen him live, do it before it's too late. He truly is the master!!
Anyway, about this CD. It is a compilation of some of best tracks off his Silvertone recordings of the 90's, plus 5 previously unreleased tracks. Definitely for the more casual fan, who doesn't own "Damn Right I've Got the Blues", "Feels Like Rain", "Slippin' In"(the best of the individual studio Silvertone recordings), and "Heavy Love". Also with the Silvertone label, Buddy released a live album w/the Saturday Live Band called "The Real Deal". The only track on "Buddy's Baddest" from "The Real Deal" is "Let Me Love You". "The Real Deal" is definitely worth buying separate because live is how Mr. Guy is meant to be heard.
Overall, I would say "Buddy's Baddest" is a good introduction to Buddy Guy. If you love it, then follow up with "The Real Deal", the individual Silvertone recordings, "Stone Crazy", and "DJ Play My Blues". Also, you can't go wrong with "Live at Montreaux" or "Drinking TNT and Smoking Dynamite"(better), both live recordings with harmonica legend Jr. Wells.....Enjoy!
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By Johnson Greene on July 4 2000
Format: Audio CD
BUDDY GUY CAN PLAY HELL YEAH,DAMN RIGHT HE GOT THE BLUES CUT # 4 IS A TRIBUTE TO SRV IS VERY VERY COOL I BOUGHT THE CD ONLY FOR THAT INSTRUMENTAL TO SRV BUT THE WHOLE CD IS GREAT.
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Buddy Guy is the master bluesman. If you've ever seen him in concert, you know what I'm talking about! I love the man intensly, as do my 4 kids. We've been to Legends, and have seen Buddy in concert at least 8 times. There is no better blues show that Buddys'. I love you, Buddy ! !
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