Buddy Guy – Slippin' In - 1994 Blues - 180 Grm LP
Buddy Guy – Slippin' In
Music On Vinyl – MOVLP2456, Silvertone Records – MOVLP2456
Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue
Sticker on cover reads:
180 gram audiophile vinyl
Grammy Award for Best Contemporary Blues Album
This year marks the 25th Anniversary of “Slippin In”
A1 I Smell Trouble
A2 Please Don't Drive Me Away
A4 Shame, Shame, Shame
A5 Love Her With A Feeling
A6 Little Dab-A-Do
B1 Someone Else Is Steppin' In (Slippin' Out, Slippin' In)
B2 Trouble Blues
B3 Man Of Many Words
B4 Don't Tell Me About The Blues
B5 Cities Need Help
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Phonographic Copyright (p) – Silvertone Records Ltd.
Copyright (c) – Silvertone Records Ltd.
Produced by Eddie Kramer and featuring ex-Stevie Ray Vaughan associates Tommy Shannon and Chris Layton
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The best of Buddy Guy's solo albums since his 1991 reemergence finds him mixing songs from his concert repertoire ("Someone Else Is Steppin' In") with blues chestnuts ("I Smell Trouble") and his own new originals, like the gritty plea for urban spiritual renewal "Cities Need Help." His performance is raw and natural, a nasty throwback to his late-'60s roadhouse days. Guy takes unbridled pleasure in hard playing and vocal shouting that straddles the soul-blues border. The absence of shallow attempts at pop-radio play and the lack of guest appearances by rock stars or emerging bluesmen like Jonny Lang, which plague most of Guy's recent LPs, is refreshing. This is simply Buddy, on his own strong terms. --Ted Drozdowsk
|Format||LP, 180 Gram|
|Label||Music On Vinyl|