Buddy Guy – Sweet Tea - 2001 Blues - Audiophile 180 Grm 2LP + Insert
Buddy Guy – Sweet Tea
Music On Vinyl – MOVLP139, Silvertone Records – MOVLP139
2 × Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, 180 Gram
Gatefold sleeve, includes insert. Audiophile vinyl.
Made in the EU.
Blues Rock, Chicago Blues, Modern Electric Blues
A1 Done Got Old 3:23
A2 Baby Please Don't Leave Me 7:24
A3 Look What All You Got 4:45
B1 Stay All Night 4:10
B2 Tramp 6:47
B3 She Got The Devil In Her 5:10
C I Gotta Try You Girl 12:09
D1 Who's Been Foolin' You 4:55
D2 It's A Jungle Out There 5:38
Record Company – Zomba Recording Corporation
Distributed By – Music On Vinyl B.V.
Manufactured By – Music On Vinyl B.V.
Manufactured For – Sony Music Entertainment
Phonographic Copyright (p) – Silvertone Records Ltd.
Copyright (c) – Silvertone Records Ltd.
Pressed By – Record Industry – 20412
Recorded At – Sweet Tea
Mixed At – Sweet Tea
Mastered At – The Mastering Lab
Art Direction, Design – Nick Gamma
Band, Bass – Davey Faragher
Band, Drums – Spam
Band, Guitar, Vocals – Buddy Guy
Band, Rhythm Guitar – Jimbo Mathus
Booking [Tour Direction] – Garry Buck, Monterey Peninsula Inc., Paul Goodman, Ron Kaplan
Guest [Additional Musician], Drums – Pete Thomas, Sam Carr
Guest [Additional Musician], Percussion – Craig Krampf
Guest [Additional Musician], Piano – Bobby Whitlock
Liner Notes – Andy Schwartz
Mastered By – Doug Sax
Mixed By – Chris Shepard (tracks: 7), Dennis Herring
Mixed By [Additional Mix Genius] – Clay Jones
Photography By [Buddy Guy] – Jeff Sciortino
Photography By [Shack] – Rusty Rust
Producer – Dennis Herring
Recorded By – Chris Shepard
Recorded and mixed at Sweet Tea, Oxford, MS
An Original Sound Recording made by Zomba Recording Corporation
℗ 2001 Silvertone Records Ltd.
© 2001, 2018 Silvertone Records Ltd.
All songs published by Big Legal Music Publishing (BMI) except:
Tracks A1, B1, B3 published by Mockingbird Blues Publishing, Ltd. (BMI)
Track B2 published by Careers-BMG Music Publishing, Inc. (BMI)/Budget Music. adm. by Bug/Powerforce Music (BMI)
Track D2 published by Mic-Shau Music Company (adm. by Zomba Songs Inc.) (BMI)
Jimbo Mathus appears courtesy of Mammoth Records
Bobby Whitlock appears courtesy of The Grapevine Label
Barcode and Other Identifiers
Matrix / Runout (Side A runout etched): 20412 1A MOVLP 139
Matrix / Runout (Side B runout etched): 20412 2B MOVLP 139
Matrix / Runout (Side C runout etched): 20412 1C MOVLP 139
Matrix / Runout (Side D runout etched): 20412 1D MOVLP 139
Rights Society: BIEM/STEMRA
Very few artists have attempted--or succeeded in--improving the standard template for classic blues records set some 40 years ago in the golden age of Muddy Waters and Howlin' Wolf. Perhaps R.L Burnside's recent heavily produced work on Fat Possum Records has come closest to adding an original slant.
On his new album, Buddy Guy looks to the same source for inspiration; seven of the nine songs here are written by Fat Possum's hill-country blues roster, including T-Model Ford and Junior Kimbrough. Working with producer Dennis Herring (Counting Crows, Jars of Clay) and a small collective of Mississippi-based musicians, Guy sings with a passion that can only come from the same source as the songs. The noise generated in the studio through vintage amplifiers has a live and dangerous feel to it. The acoustic opener, "Done Got Old," does not prepare the listener for the colossal aural assault of "Baby, Please Don't Leave Me." Fading in on a percussion track, Guy's guitar hits its cat-strangling best and never looks back, while the voice sounds energized, vital, and wholly contemporary. Through the 12-minute "I Got to Try It, Girl" to the closing Guy composition "It's a Jungle Out There," Sweet Tea has all the hallmarks of a classic blues album, mixed with a twist of the new. --Rob Stewart
|Format||2LP, Gatefold, 180 Gram|
|Label||Music On Vinyl|