Buddy Guy–an idol for other blues guitar players, such as Eric Clapton, and an inspiration to Jimi Hendrix–teams up with Junior Wells–a world famous blues vocalist and harmonica player–to play some of the more powerful blues songs ever written.
There is a long history partnership between these two blues heroes: Buddy Guy recorded on Junior Wells's sessions for Delmark Records under the pseudonym Friendly Chap back in 1965 and 1966.
Silvertone Records captured their latest team work… read more
|1||Messin' With The Kid||16,197 listeners|
|2||Give Me My Coat and Shoes||15,856 listeners|
|3||Catfish Blues||12,468 listeners|
|4||I'm In the Mood||11,945 listeners|
|5||Cut You Loose||11,765 listeners|
|6||Don't Leave Me||11,159 listeners|
|7||Rollin' and Tumblin'||10,924 listeners|
|8||Diggin' My Potatoes||10,608 listeners|
|9||Sally Mae||9,229 listeners|
|10||Sweet Black Girl||9,156 listeners|