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Buddy Guy Vinyl Record Albums

American blues guitarist and singer, who is one of the pioneers of the Chicago blues sound. Began performing with bands in Baton Rouge in the '50s before moving to Chicago in 1957. He originally recorded for Cobra Records (and, under the pseudonym Friendly Chap, for Delmark Records) before moving to Chess, where he worked as a sideman and leader, when Cobra folded. He moved to Vanguardin 1967 and then went on to work with a variety of labels. He is the brother of Phil Guy.

 

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Audio CD
Slippin' In
Buddy Guy
Slippin' In
1994
01241-41542-2
Silvertone Records Label; Jewel case and CD appear new; Includes the original inner six page photo/song title/lyric/credit booklet and original artwork; Track listing: I Smell Trouble; Please Don't Drive Me Away; 7-11; Shame Shame Shame; Love Her With A Feeling; Little Dab-A-Doo; Someone Else Is Steppin' In (Slippin' Out Slippin' In); Trouble Blues; Man Of Many Words; Don't Tell Me About The Blues; Cities Need Help
NM-/NM-
$12.99
Audio CD
Slippin' In
Buddy Guy
Slippin' In
1994
01241-41542-2
Silvertone Records Label; Jewel case has minor wear; CD has minor scuffs; Includes the original inner six page photo/song title/lyric/credit booklet and original artwork; Track listing: I Smell Trouble; Please Don't Drive Me Away; 7-11; Shame Shame Shame; Love Her With A Feeling; Little Dab-A-Doo; Someone Else Is Steppin' In (Slippin' Out Slippin' In); Trouble Blues; Man Of Many Words; Don't Tell Me About The Blues; Cities Need Help
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