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Live-the Real Deal Audiolibro, CD

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CD de audio , Audiolibro, CD, 16 abr 1996
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas BUDDY IS BLUES 28 de marzo de 2015
Por thomas walsh - Publicado en
Formato: CD de audio Compra verificada
I saw that this CD had GE Smith & the SNL Band & knew it would be a hell of a trip. It was indeed! There was one critic who did not like that idea for some reason. I personally thought it was pretty clever. We all love Buddy Guy for being the ultimate blues guitar player. I especially loved this one because it was a beautiful mix of blues & jazz. Buddy is exceptional whether he plays really slow or really fast. If you love Buddy Guy, this would be a great CD to add to your collection. I am very happy I did.
4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas The real deal 25 de junio de 2016
Por Gregory Adams - Publicado en
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Buddy is a real pleasure to listen to, but he seemed a bit more reserved, than when he is with his own band. I suspect that is due to rehearsing and playing it a certain way, instead of his band who know when to stop and start on Buddy's lead. However, it is still a great record and I enjoyed it very well.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Great songs, great guitar work by Buddy 6 de agosto de 2014
Por D. Nilles - Publicado en
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This is my 4th Buddy Guy album and it is really strong. It's a live setting and with the G.E. Smith on board, the musicianship is incredible. Great songs, great guitar work by Buddy. The blues at its best!
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas For the Blues fan on your list 12 de enero de 2010
Por Chris Mowery - Publicado en
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I am such a fan of the blues and Buddy Guy is one of the best. If you like BB KIng or Stevie Ray Vaughn, you will love Buddy!
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas! 26 de agosto de 2004
Por Docendo Discimus - Publicado en
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This fine, athmospheric 1996 live album finds George "Buddy" Guy backed by the Saturday Night Live Band, playing a nine-song set at his own "Legends" night club in Chicago, Illinois. And fans of Buddy Guy the bluesman, rather than Buddy Guy the occational rock singer and funk experimentalist, will be salivating when they check out the set list!

There is no hard rock riffing here, no misguided funk, just blues, plain and simple. Buddy Guy's playing is tight and thoroughly inspired, and he gets superb backing from former Chuck Berry-pianist Johnnie Johnson, whose solo on the T-Bone Walker-like "I've Got News For You" is one of several instrumental highlights, as well as by the six-man horn ensemble, which doesn't overwhelm him at all, but provide a nice counterpoint to his playing, keeping quiet when they need to keep quiet and riffing away when they don't. Very nice scoring there.

Some blues guitarists, like B.B. King, literally can't play a chord, but Buddy Guy plays rhythm and lead guitar equally well, and his voice is still clear and powerful in spite of his sixty years. His vocals on "Sweet Black Angel" momentarily lose their focus, but overall this is a really strong performance by the sixty-year-old guitarist.
Guy does a dense, gritty cover of Elmore James' classic "Talk To Me, Baby (I Can't Hold Out)", a powerhouse of a song which rides along on the heavy but never plodding beat of drummer Shawn Pelton. He tears through his own "I've Got My Eyes On You", and performs a stylish, seven-minute version of his classic Chess single "My Time After A While". Willie Dixon's "Let Me Love You" never sounded better than this (except, perhaps, for the slightly hysterical guitar solo). And we get terrific renditions of the swaggering title song from 1991's "Damn Right I've Got The Blues" and Eurreal 'Little Brother' Montgomery's "First Time I Met The Blues".

Guy plays a handful of truly smouldering solos, not a glimmer of hard rock commercialism anywhere, and while the lack of material from his then most recent album, the excellent "Slippin' In", is a bit of a downer, "Live: The Real Deal" is still a really rewarding listen. Yes, Guy's vocals are the tiniest bit erratic at times, but the overall impression here is that of a tremendously succesful blues record.
4 1/2 stars. Highly recommended.

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