Top Buddy Guy Albums
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The Blues Is Alive and Well
The Blues Is Alive and Well
[2018]
Born To Play Guitar
Born To Play Guitar
[2015]
First Time I Met the Blues: 1958-­1963 Recordings
First Time I Met the Blues: 1958-­1963 Recordings
[2015]
Blues Masters: Buddy Guy - EP
Blues Masters: Buddy Guy - EP
[2014]
This Is the Beginning: The Aritistic & U.S.A. Sessions 1958-1963
This Is the Beginning: The Aritistic & U.S.A. Sessions 1958-1963
[2013]
Rhythm & Blues
Rhythm & Blues
[2013]
Live At Legends
Live At Legends
[2013]
I Suffer With The Blues
I Suffer With The Blues
[2012]
The Essential Buddy Guy
The Essential Buddy Guy
[2010]
Living Proof
Living Proof
[2010]
This Is the Beginning
This Is the Beginning
[2008]
Skin Deep (Deluxe Version)
Skin Deep (Deluxe Version)
[2008]
Live At the Checkerboard Lounge - Chicago 1979
Live At the Checkerboard Lounge - Chicago 1979
[2007]
Vanguard Visionaries: Buddy Guy
Vanguard Visionaries: Buddy Guy
[2007]
Can't Quit the Blues
Can't Quit the Blues
[2006]
My Time After Awhile
My Time After Awhile
[2006]
Bring 'Em In
Bring 'Em In
[2005]
Blues Singer
Blues Singer
[2003]
Sweet Tea
Sweet Tea
[2001]
The Complete Vanguard Recordings
The Complete Vanguard Recordings
[2001]
Buddy Guy: The Complete Vanguard Recordings
Buddy Guy: The Complete Vanguard Recordings
[2000]
The Collection
The Collection
[2000]
As Good As It Gets
As Good As It Gets
[1998]
Heavy Love
Heavy Love
[1998]
Blues Master
Blues Master
[1997]
Live! The Real Deal
Live! The Real Deal
[1996]
Southern Blues 1957-63
Southern Blues 1957-63
[1994]
Feels Like Rain
Feels Like Rain
[1993]
The Complete Chess Studio Recordings
The Complete Chess Studio Recordings
[1992]
DJ Play My Blues
DJ Play My Blues
[1992]
Damn Right, I've Got the Blues (Expanded Edition)
Damn Right, I've Got the Blues (Expanded Edition)
[1991]
Breaking Out
Breaking Out
[1981]
Hold That Plane!
Hold That Plane!
[1972]
I Was Walking Through the Woods
I Was Walking Through the Woods
[1970]
Left My Blues in San Francisco
Left My Blues in San Francisco
[1969]
A Man & the Blues
A Man & the Blues
[1968]
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Damn Right, I've Got The Blues Feels Like Rain First Time I Met The Blues Red House 7-11 A Man And The Blues Ain't That Lovin' You All Your Love (i Miss Loving) Are You Lonely For Me Baby Are You Losing Your Mind Bad Bad Whiskey Best Damn Fool Black Cat Blues Black Night Blues At My Baby's House Broken-hearted Blues Change In The Weather Cities Need Help Country Man Crazy Love D.j. Play My Blues Dedication To The Late T Bone Walker Did Somebody Make A Fool Out Of You Don't Tell Me About The Blues Done Got Over You Early In The Morning Every Time I Sing The Blues Five Long Years Garbage Man Blues Good News Had A Bad Night Hold That Plane I Can't Quit The Blues I Could Cry I Cry And Sing The Blues I Didn't Know My Mother Had A Son Like Me (she Suits Me To A Tee Alternate) I Go Crazy I Got A Problem I Got A Strange Feeling I Got My Eyes On You I Just Want To Make Love To You I Need You Tonight I Need Your Love So Bad I Smell A Rat I Smell Trouble I've Got News For You Innocent Man Jam On A Monday Morning Just Playing My Axe Leave My Girl Alone Let Me Love You Baby Let Me Show You Little-dab-a-doo Love Her With A Feeling Lyin' Like A Dog Man Of Many Words Mary Ann Mary Had A Little Lamb Mellow Down Messin' With The Kid Midnight Train Miss Ida B. Money (that's What I Want) Mustang Sally My Baby She Left Me (she Left Me A Mule To Ride) My Love Is Real My Time After Awhile No Lie One Room Country Shack Out In The Woods Outskirts Of Town Please Don't Drive Me Away Pretty Baby Saturday Night Fish Fry Shame, Shame, Shame She Suits Me To A T She's A Superstar She's Nineteen Years Old She's Out There Somewhere Skin Deep Some King Of Wonderful Someone Else Is Steppin' In (slippin' Out, Slippin' In) Stone Crazy Sufferin' Mind T-bone Shuffle Talk To Me Baby Ten Years Ago The Things I Used To Do There Is Something On Your Mind Too Broke To Spend The Night Too Many Tears Too Many Ways Trouble Blues Trouble Man When My Left Eye Jumps When You See The Tears From My Eyes Where Is The Next One Coming From Who's Gonna Fill Those Shoes Keep It To Myself Slippin' In Too Soon Every Girl I See Done Got Old When I Left Home Hello San Francisco 74 Years Young Guess What Key Don't Fit Stormy Monday Blues Hard Time Killing Floor Cut You Loose Tramp On A Saturday Night Everybody's Got To Go (you Give Me) Fever Forty Days And Forty Nights I Found A True Love Crawlin' Kingsnake Ain't No Sunshine (feat. Tracy Chapman) Thank Me Someday You've Been Gone Too Long On The Road Do Your Thing Sweet Black Angel (black Angel Blues) The Way You Been Treating Me Ninety Nine And One Half Lucy Mae Blues I've Got Dreams To Remember (feat. John Mayer) Knock On Wood I Can't Be Satisfied Now You're Gone Worry Worry Baby Please Don't Leave Me Show Me The Money Hoochie Coochie Man Strange Brew What Kind Of Woman Is This Sit And Cry (the Blues) Let The Door Knob Hit Ya Living Proof Sweet Little Angel Long Way From Home Don't Know Which Way To Go I Love The Life I Live Meet Me In Chicago I Put A Spell On You (feat. Carlos Santana) Lay Lady Lay (feat. Anthony Hamilton & Robert Randolph) All That Makes Me Happy Is The Blues My Mama Loved Me Watch Yourself Stay Around A Little Longer (feat. B.b. King) Where The Blues Begins (feat. Carlos Santana) One Day Away (feat. Keith Urban) What You Gonna Do About Me (feat. Beth Hart) Too Damn Bad Blues Don't Care (feat. Gary Clark Jr.) Nine Below Zero (sonny Boy Williamson Ii Cover) Blue No More
Duets & Collaborations (2)
Related Information for Buddy Guy
Buddy Guy (born George Guy, July 30, 1936 in Lettsworth, Louisiana) is an American blues music and rock music guitarist, as well as a singer. Known as an inspiration to Jimi Hendrix and other 1960s blues and rock legends, Guy is considered as an important proponent of Chicago blues made famous by Muddy Waters and Howlin' Wolf. He has influenced both widely known and local blues guitarists.Guy is known for his showmanship; for example, he plays with drumsticks and walks into the audience whilst playing, the latter being a gimmick he picked up from a local blues guitarist at an early age (joining or leaping into the audience has also long been common in both American popular and gospel music, as in the earlier work of Big Jay McNe... read more