Rhythm & Blues - Buddy Guy

Rhythm & Blues

Buddy Guy

 Biography
  • Genre: Blues
  • Release Date: 2013-07-26
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 22

  • ℗ 2013 RCA Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

Tracks

Play Title Time Download
1
Best In Town 4:55  
2
Justifyin' 3:23  
3
I Go By Feel 4:15  
4
Messin' With the Kid (feat. Ki 2:33  
5
What's Up With That Woman 4:02  
6
One Day Away (feat. Keith Urba 3:44  
7
Well I Done Got Over It 2:55  
8
What You Gonna Do About Me (fe 4:39  
9
The Devil's Daughter 5:14  
10
Whiskey Ghost 4:34  
11
Rhythm Inner Groove 0:34  
12
Meet Me In Chicago 3:45  
13
Too Damn Bad 3:06  
14
Evil Twin (feat. Steven Tyler, 5:21  
15
I Could Die Happy 4:13  
16
Never Gonna Change 3:20  
17
All That Makes Me Happy Is the 4:36  
18
My Mama Loved Me 3:33  
19
Blues Don't Care (feat. Gary C 3:27  
20
I Came Up Hard 5:28  
21
Poison Ivy 2:50  

Reviews

  • Great Duo

    5
    By OJ62
    Saw Beth Hart deliver salute to Buddy Guy at Kennedy Center Honors and now they have done song together. Simply an outstanding and fabulous duet. Want to see them do more together. Loved it.
  • Fantastic

    5
    By Dan84EvH
    His best album yet.
  • Just What We Needed

    4
    By Kermit996
    Let's just say that Rhythm & Blues does not disappoint. Perfect length; doesn't make you want more, but doesn't drag on too long either.
  • Long time Buddy fan

    5
    By Nicholus6
    A really big surprise for me. Have always loved Buddy. And this album might be one of his best. d/l it, listen to it, love it, thank me later!!!
  • Saw him in 2013 at the Mountain Winery

    5
    By MusicDude70
    Not only was he an influence on Hendrix, he's still evolving. Hilarious stage performer. At one point he asked if the audience knew Eric Clapton…proceeds to play part of Layla with his rear end and transitions into Hendrix's Voodoo Child. I couldn't believe I was watching a septuagenarian…fantastic!
  • I love Buddy Guy too, but

    2
    By MacReverb2
    loving the man doesn't mean you have to love his newest record. Somewhere in the 90s Buddy figured out that white audiences wanted Jimi Hendrix instead of Muddy Waters and his playing hasn't been the same since. His Chess recordings are magical, so is the stuff he put out in the 70s and early 80s. He played with passion and fire but there was restraint and moderation. Nowadays it all sounds like Beer commercial blues. If I never hear another blues duet it will be too soon, I don't care if people like this album or not, just know that there are far better records worth buying.
  • That's amazing!!!

    5
    By VincentWang93
    Every song is fantastic.
  • Play it so funky you can smell it!

    5
    By Big Fan
    Buddy's motto .. Clearly it permeates everything he touches ...
  • Insanely awesome

    5
    By WEEZ2000
    He just gets better with age. He's a maniac on the guitar and just keeps blowing everyone away. And his vocals are better than ever
  • Another great album.

    5
    By JAX123A
    Another great outing, & if you ever get a chance to talk to him, a super nice guy (no pun intended) to boot.

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