Buddy Guy - Buddy and the Juniors (1970)


Audio CD (June 28, 2011)
Original Release Date: 2011
Number of Discs: 1
Label: Hip-O Select
ASIN: B0050GX7B8

A long overdue reissuing of this curious 1970 collaboration between guitarist Buddy Guy, harp player Junior Wells, and jazz pianist Junior Mance. The trio run through barely half-a-dozen numbers, including such standard blues warhorses as Willie Dixon's classic "(I'm Your) Hoochie Coochie Man," "Rock Me Mama," and Wells' "Ain't No Need." Not a classic recording, I'm told, but I'd still like to hear Guy bang away on his acoustic alongside Mance's bebop keyboard kicks (and, of course, Wells' incendiary harmonica). (Release date: 06/28/11)
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This is deep down dirty blues as it was sung and played 100 years ago and will be sung and played forever! Get this album!
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Players of instruments: Buddy Guy, acoustic guitar, Junior Wells, mouthharp, Junior Mance, barrelhouse piano.
Reason for session: pay for Buddy Guy's trip to New York City to mix an album for another label!
Result: ASTONISHING!
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To think of all of where came from. One day. One guitar. One piano. And one harp.

Tracks:

1. Talkin' 'Bout Women Obviously 9:48
2. Riffin (a.k.a A Motif Is Just A Riff) 7:30
3. Buddy's Blues 3:25
4. (I'm Your) Hoochie Coochie Man 5:15
5. Five Long Years 5:50
6. Rock Me Mama 5:35
7. Ain't No Need 4:31
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