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8 thoughts on “ Juniors Shuffle - Buddy Guy & Junior Wells - The Original Blues Brothers (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Being an ever-enterprising genius, Cuscuna pitched the idea for a recording between Guy, Mance, and Junior Wells to Blue Thumb label boss Bob Krasnow, who jumped at the chance. The all-acoustic Buddy & the Juniors was recorded on December 18 of , and on December 19, they mixed this album and the Vanguard date!
  2. – Junior Wells & Buddy Guy: Junior's Shuffle: Buddy Guy & Junior Wells - The Original Blues Brothers ‎ (LP, Album) Quicksilver Records: QS US: Sell This Version: CDBM Buddy Guy & Junior Wells: Buddy Guy & Junior Wells - The Original Blues Brothers ‎ (CD, Album) The Magnum Music Group: CDBM UK: Sell This.
  3. May 01,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Buddy Guy & Junior Wells - Pleading the Blues YouTube Junior Wells and Buddy Guy YUHBIN CHOKIN HALL - Japan, - Duration: Blues Compartido 26, views.
  4. May 06,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Buddy Guy & Junior Wells - High Octane Blues Series [HQ Audio] YouTube Junior Wells & Phil Guy ~ Live At Theresa's (Full Album) - .
  5. A Man Of Many Words, My Baby She Left Me (She Left Me A Mule To Ride), Come on in This House/ Have Mercy Baby, T-Bone Shuffle, A Poor Man's Plea, Messin' With The Kid, This Old Fool, I Don't Know, Bad Bad Whiskey, Honeydripper.
  6. Mar 08,  · Buddy Guy–an idol for other blues guitar players, such as Eric Clapton, and an inspiration to Jimi Hendrix–teams up with Junior Wells–a world famous blues vocalist and harmonica player–to play some of the more powerful blues songs ever written. There is a long history partnership between these two blues heroes: Buddy Guy recorded on Junior Wells's sessions for Delmark .
  7. Editors’ Notes 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 These are some of the most soul-influenced recordings of the duo's career. With Dr. John on piano, A.C. Reed on tenor sax, and Clapton himself on rhythm guitar, "A Man of Many Words," "T-Bone Shuffle," and "Messin' with.
  8. So if you've heard the original album you know what to expect--if you like (as I do) the original album--you'll like this new edition. This reissue is worth adding to your blues music library if these performances appeal to you. But not as far as Buddy Guy is concerned: "No one was in charge of nothing/5(21).

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