The Definitive Buddy Guy
The Definitive Buddy Guy is the first single-disc compendium of the Rock 'n' Roll Hall of Famer's career. Boasting 17 tracks, its guests include Junior Wells, Rolling Stone Bill Wyman, Pinetop Perkins and more.
Considered to be the king of Chicago blues, Buddy Guy started his recording career in 1958. He's a master of the blues, straddling both traditional and modern forms having worked with Muddy Waters, Howlin' Wolf and Junior Wells, as well as Eric Clapton, Jeff Beck and the Rolling Stones. Though he's received accolades for decades, the real turn in his career came with the release of three GRAMMY-winning albums on Silvertone in the 1990s. His fans and disciples include Eric Clapton, who calls Buddy his favorite blues axe man, Keith Richards, Jimi Hendrix and Stevie Ray Vaughan.