Guy, Buddy

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

A Man & The Blues
New - LP - VSD 79272
Sealed 1968 Stereo Original. Deliciously Understated Guitar Backed By A Tight Combo Featuring Otis Spann, Wayne Bennett, Jack Myers, Donald Hankins, Aaron Corthen, Robby Fields, Lonny Taylor And Fred Below. more
A Man & The Blues
Used - LP - VSD 79272
1987 Midline Series Reissue With Promo Sticker On Back Jacket, CC. No Barcode On Jacket. more
Blues Giant
Audiophile - LP - PPAN 010
Sealed 180gm Analogue Audiophile Pressing. Originally Issued By Alligator As "Stone Crazy." more
Breaking Out
Used - LP - 1017
1980 UK Laminated Jacket Original. Buddy Guy, Guitar, Vocals; Phillip Guy, Guitar; William McDonald, Guitar; Jene Pickett, Keyboards; Nick Charles, Bass; Merle Perkins, Drums. Recorded At Sound Studio, Chicago, 1980. more
Buddy And The Juniors
Colored Vinyl - BTS 20
Rare 1972 Marbled Vinyl Original. Small Cut Out Hole. Appears Unplayed. more
Buddy And The Juniors
New - LP - BTS 20
Sealed 1970 Original. Strange, Off-The-Cuff Set Pairing Buddy Guy And Junior Wells With Jazz Pianist Junior Mance And No Rhythm Section. Guy Plays Acoustic Guitar, Wells Plays Amplified Harp, And The Hoary Setlist Includes "Hoochie Coochie Man," "Five Long Years" And "Rock Me Mama." Clean Cut Out Hole. more
Buddy And The Juniors
New - LP - BTS 8820
Sealed 1970 Original. A Strange, Off-The-Cuff Set Pairing Buddy Guy And Junior Wells With Jazz Pianist Junior Mance And No Rhythm Section. Guy Plays Acoustic Guitar, Wells Plays Amplified Harp, And The Hoary Setlist Includes "Hoochie Coochie Man," "Five Long Years" And "Rock Me Mama." more
First Time I Met The Blues
New - LP - PLP-815/816
Sealed Japanese 2LP Gatefold With Obi. more
First Time I Met The Blues
Used - LP - PLP-815/816
1983 Japanese Gatefold Compilation With Obi And Insert. more
Got To Use Your Head
Used - LP - 2005
Rare Original LP In Shrink Wrap. Featuring 13 Unreleased Tracks From 1960 To 1966. more
Hold That Plane
Used - LP - VSD 79323
1972 Original In Shrink Wrap. Recorded In New York, 1969. Features Gary Bartz, Philip Guy, A.C. Read And Others. more
Hold That Plane!
Used - LP - VSD 79323
1972 Gold Label Original. Featuring Gary Bartz, A.C. Reed, Junior Mance, David Rip Stock And Others. Recorded In 1969. more
I Left My Blues In San Francisco
Used - LP - CH 9262
1987 Reissue of 1967 Release By Chicago Blues King. Gold Promo Stamp On Back Cover. 4 1/2 Stars At AMG. more
I Was Walkin' Through The Woods.
Audiophile - LP - 11165
Mint, Long Out Of Print 1990 Limited Edition 180gm HQ Housed In A Heavy-Duty, Satin Finish Gatefold Jacket With Original Liner Notes. Remastered Directly From The Original Master Tapes. Originally Issued As Chess 409. more
I Was Walking Through The Woods
Audiophile - LP - MCA 11165
Sealed Limited Edition 180gm HQ - Remastered Directly From The Original Master Tapes, Gatefold Cover With Original Liner Notes. Originally Issued As Chess 409. more
I Was Walking Through The Woods
Audiophile - LP - 11165
180gm HQ. A Very Underrated Blues Album. more
I Was Walking Through The Woods
Used - LP - 409
Rare Pink And Green Label Original In Shrink Wrap. Very Interesting To Compare With The MCA 180gm Reissue. more
I Was Walking Through The Woods
Used - LP - CH 9315
1990 Re-Issue Of Early 60s Chicago Recordings. Includes Original Liner Notes Plus Liner Notes For The Repressing. 4 1/2 Stars At AMG. more
I Was Walking Through The Woods
Audiophile - LP - 11165
Long Out Of Print, 1990 Limited Edition 180gm HQ Reissue Housed In A Deluxe Gatefold Cover With Original Liner Notes. Remastered Directly From The Original Master Tapes. Originally Issued As Chess 409. more
Left My Blues In San Francisco
Used - LP - LPS 1527
Beautiful 1967 Blue Label Fading To White At Bottom Original. COH. more
Live At Legends
Colored Vinyl - 43762
Sealed 2013 Limited Edition Colored Vinyl Original. Includes Three Previously Unreleased Studio Tracks ("Polka Dot Love," "Coming For You" And "Country Boy"). more
Living Proof
New - LP - 7107
Sealed 2010 2LP (Three Sided: Side Four Is An Etching) Original With Custom Hype Sticker On Shrink. “Living Proof Was Designed Partially As An Aural Autobiography From The Legendary Buddy Guy, Opening Up With The Stark Summation “74 Years Young,” Then Running Through Songs That Often Address Some Aspect Of A Working Musician's Life. It’s Not A Concept That’s Followed Through Completely -- It’s Thrown Off Track Somewhat By Duets With B.B. King And Carlos Santana, With The Latter’s Soft Groove Sticking Out Tonally As Well -- But It’s Enough Of A Narrative To Give The Record A Definitive Shape That Some Latter-Day Guy Albums Are Lacking. Still, The Selling Point Of Living Proof Remains Guy’s Guitar, An Instrument That Improbably Gets Louder, Nastier, And Gnarlier With Each Passing Year. Like Skin Deep Before It, Living Proof Is Distinguished By These Bold, Clenched Blasts Of Sonic Fury, But Here The Production Has Just Enough Grit To Make The Entire Enterprise Feel Feral, And That’s A Greater Testament To Guy's Enduring Vitality Than Any One Song Could Ever Be” - Stephen Thomas Erlewine, AMG more
Living Proof
New - LP - 7107
2010 2LP (Three Sided: Side Four Is An Etching) Original Autographed In Sharpie On The Front Cover By Buddy Guy. “Living Proof Was Designed Partially As An Aural Autobiography From The Legendary Buddy Guy, Opening Up With The Stark Summation “74 Years Young,” Then Running Through Songs That Often Address Some Aspect Of A Working Musician's Life. It’s Not A Concept That’s Followed Through Completely -- It’s Thrown Off Track Somewhat By Duets With B.B. King And Carlos Santana, With The Latter’s Soft Groove Sticking Out Tonally As Well -- But It’s Enough Of A Narrative To Give The Record A Definitive Shape That Some Latter-Day Guy Albums Are Lacking. Still, The Selling Point Of Living Proof Remains Guy’s Guitar, An Instrument That Improbably Gets Louder, Nastier, And Gnarlier With Each Passing Year. Like Skin Deep Before It, Living Proof Is Distinguished By These Bold, Clenched Blasts Of Sonic Fury, But Here The Production Has Just Enough Grit To Make The Entire Enterprise Feel Feral, And That’s A Greater Testament To Guy's Enduring Vitality Than Any One Song Could Ever Be” - Stephen Thomas Erlewine, AMG more
Rhythm & Blues
New - LP - 71759
Sealed 2013 2LP Gatefold Original. Features Guest Appearances By Kid Rock, Keith Urban, Beth Hart, Guy Clark Jr. And 3/5 Of Aerosmith (Steven Tyler, Joe Perry, Brad Whitford). more
Rhythm & Blues
Used - LP - 88883-71759-1
2013 2LP Gatefold Original. Features Guest Appearances By Kid Rock, Keith Urban, Beth Hart, Guy Clark Jr. And 3/5 Of Aerosmith (Steven Tyler, Joe Perry, Brad Whitford). more
Skin Deep
New - LP - 88697-31629-1
Sealed 2008 2LP Gatefold Original. "Touted As His First Album Of Original Material, Skin Deep Does Work As An Effective Showcase For Buddy's Most Original Voice: His Wild, Gnarly Guitar. The Production May Be Crisp And Clean But Buddy Refuses To Play Polite, Messing Up The Pristine Surfaces With Big, Nasty, Ugly Smears Of Guitar. Even When The Record Gleams Too Brightly — As It Does Just A Little Bit Too Often — Guy Sounds Like He's Trying To Tear Things Apart From The Inside, Which Lends Vigor And Energy To Numbers That Are Performed With Just A Shade Too Much Preciseness. Thankfully, Not All Of Skin Deep Is So Clean, As The Record Opens Up With A Pair Of Dynamite Collaborations With Robert Randolph — The Stripped-Down, Swampy Delta Blues "Out In The Woods" And The Muscular "That's My Home." Guy Also Gets In A Couple Of Good Numbers With Susan Tedeschi And Derek Trucks — There's Also A Duet With Eric Clapton On "Every Time I Sing The Blues," Which Slides Into A Too-Comfortable Slow Groove — And These Are The Moments When Skin Deep Really Clicks, As The Songs Spark And The Band Truly Cooks. Elsewhere, The Music Slips Toward The Conventional, But At Least It Sounds Like Guy Is Trying To Reel It Back In With That Monstrous Guitar, Which Can Still Sound Wondrous. It's Kind Of Fun To Hear The Accidental Tension Between Guy's Guitar And The Slick Surfaces, But When He's Paired With A Band Or Production That Matches His Grit, Skin Deep Is So Good That It's Hard Not To Wish The Whole Record Sounded Just Like That.” – Stephen Thomas Erlewine more
Slippin' In
Used - 12 - ORE LP 533
1994 UK Only Vinyl Rarity. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. more
Stone Crazy!
New - LP - AL 4723
Sealed 1981 Original. “Buddy Guy Mostly Indulges His Histrionic Side Throughout This High-Energy Set, First Issued In France And Soon Picked Up For Domestic Consumption By Alligator. Stone Crazy! Is A Particularly Attractive Proposition For Rock-Oriented Fans, Who Will No Doubt Dig Guy's Non-Stop Incendiary, No-Holds-Barred Guitar Attack And Informal Arrangements.” Bill Dahl, All Music Guide. more
Stone Crazy!
Used - LP - AL 4723
1981 Original In Shrink Wrap, CC. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. more
Stone Crazy!
New - LP - 4723
Sealed 180gm Remastered Reissue With Hype Sticker. more
Sweet Tea
New Import - MOVLP139
Sealed 2018 180gm First Ever Vinyl Reissue, Housed In A Deluxe Gatefold. "Apparently Somebody Took The Criticisms Of Buddy Guy's Late-'90s Silvertone Recordings To Heart. They Were Alternately Criticized For Being Too Similar To Damn Right I Got The Blues Or, As In 1998's Heavy Love, Too Blatant In Bidding For A Crossover Rock Audience. So, After A Bit Of A Break, Guy Returned In 2001 With Sweet Tea, An Utter Anomaly In His Catalog. Recorded At The Studio Of The Same Name In Deep Mississippi, This Is A Bold Attempt To Make A Raw, Pure Blues Album -- Little Reliance On Familiar Covers Or Bands, No Crossover Material, Lots Of Extended Jamming And Spare Production. That's Not To Say That It's Without Its Gimmicks. In A Sense, The Very Idea Behind This Record Is A Little Gimmicky -- Let's Get Buddy Back To The Basics -- Even If It's A Welcome One, But That's Not The Problem. The Problem Is That The Production Is A Bit Too Self-Conscious In Its Stylized Authenticity. There's Too Much Separation, Too Much Echo, A Strangely Hollow Center -- It May Sound Rougher Than Nearly All Contemporary Blues Albums, But It Doesn't Sound Gritty, Which It Should. Despite This, Sweet Tea Is Still A Welcome Addition To Buddy Guy's Catalog Because, Even With Its Affected Production, It Basically Works. Playing In Such An Unrestricted Setting Loosens Buddy Up, Not Just Letting Him Burn On Guitar, But Allows Him To Act His Age Without Embarrassment (Check The Chilling Acoustic Opener, "Done Got Old"). This May Not Showcase The Showmanship Of The Artist Live, The Way Damn Right Did, But It Does Something Equally Noteworthy -- It Illustrates That The Master Bluesman Still Can Sound Vital And Can Still Surprise." AMG Review By Stephen Thomas Erlewine. more
The Dollar Done Fall
Used - LP - 1009
Mega Rare 1980 UK Laminated Jacket Original. Buddy Guy, Vocal, Guitar; Phillip Guy, Guitar; Little Phil Smith, Guitar; J.W. Williams, Bass; Ray Allison, Drums. Recorded Live At Buddy Guy's Checkerboard Lounge, Chicago. Appears Unplayed. more
This Is Buddy Guy!
New - LP - VSD 79290
Sealed 1969 Stereo Original. Recorded Live At The New Orleans House, Berkeley, California. Pristine Copy. more
This Is Buddy Guy!
Used - LP - VSD 79290
1969 White Label Promo Stereo. Recorded Live At The New Orleans House, Berkeley, California. Hint Of Wear Near The Top Of The Front Cover. LP Appears Glossy, Unplayed. more
This Is Buddy Guy!
Used - LP - VSD 79290
1987 Midline Series Reissue With Promo Sticker On Back Jacket, CC. No Barcode On Jacket. Recorded Live At The New Orleans House, Berkeley, California. more

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