Top Roy Buchanan Albums
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Mutual Feedback - EP
Mutual Feedback - EP
[2018]
Live At Town Hall 1974
Live At Town Hall 1974
[2018]
Telemaster Live In '75
Telemaster Live In '75
[2017]
Live at My Father's Place
Live at My Father's Place
[2014]
Live from Austin TX: Roy Buchanan
Live from Austin TX: Roy Buchanan
[2012]
Live from Austin, TX
Live from Austin, TX
[2012]
Live At Rockpalast (Live at Markthalle Hamburg 24.02.1985)
Live At Rockpalast (Live at Markthalle Hamburg 24.02.1985)
[2011]
Charly Blues Masterworks, Vol. 4
Charly Blues Masterworks, Vol. 4
[2009]
Live: Amazing Grace
Live: Amazing Grace
[2009]
Rhino Hi-Five: Roy Buchanan - EP
Rhino Hi-Five: Roy Buchanan - EP
[2007]
The Definitive Collection
The Definitive Collection
[2006]
Live
Live
[2006]
Guitar On Fire - The Atlantic Sessions
Guitar On Fire - The Atlantic Sessions
[2005]
The Prophet - The Unreleased First Polydor Album
The Prophet - The Unreleased First Polydor Album
[2004]
American Axe - Live In 1974
American Axe - Live In 1974
[2003]
Roy Buchanan: Deluxe Edition
Roy Buchanan: Deluxe Edition
[2001]
The World's Greatest Unknown Guitarist
The World's Greatest Unknown Guitarist
[2000]
MalagueƱa
MalagueƱa
[1994]
Sweet Dreams: The Anthology
Sweet Dreams: The Anthology
[1992]
Buch and the Snake Stretchers
Buch and the Snake Stretchers
[1992]
Hot Wires
Hot Wires
[1987]
Dancing On the Edge
Dancing On the Edge
[1986]
When a Guitar Plays the Blues (Live in Chicago)
When a Guitar Plays the Blues (Live in Chicago)
[1985]
My Babe
My Babe
[1980]
You're Not Alone
You're Not Alone
[1978]
Loading Zone
Loading Zone
[1977]
A Street Called Straight
A Street Called Straight
[1976]
Live Stock
Live Stock
[1975]
In the Beginning
In the Beginning
[1974]
That's What I'm Here For
That's What I'm Here For
[1973]
That's What I Am Here For
That's What I Am Here For
[1973]
Roy Buchanan
Roy Buchanan
[1972]
Related Information for Roy Buchanan
Roy Buchanan's (September 23, 1939 - August 14, 1988) musical career began in Pixley, California. His father was a sharecropper (not a Pentecostal preacher as Buchanan himself had claimed). Buchanan told how his first musical memories were of racially-mixed revival meetings his family would attend. "Gospel," he recalled, "that's how I first got into black music". He in fact drew upon many disparate influences while learning to play his instrument (although he later claimed his aptitude was derived from being "half-wolf"). He initially showed talent on the steel guitar before switching to the standard instrument in the early 50's.In 1957, Buchanan made his recording debut, playing the solo... read more