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Damn Right, I've Got the Blues (Expanded Edition)


Download links and information about Damn Right, I've Got the Blues (Expanded Edition) by Buddy Guy. This album was released in 1991 and it belongs to Blues, Pop genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 01:05:23 minutes.

Artist: Buddy Guy
Release date: 1991
Genre: Blues, Pop
Tracks: 12
Duration: 01:05:23
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No. Title Length
1. Damn Right, I've Got the Blues 4:31
2. Where Is the Next One Coming From 4:35
3. Five Long Years 8:25
4. Mustang Sally 4:43
5. There Is Something On Your Mind 4:45
6. Early In the Morning 3:11
7. Too Broke to Spend the Night 5:02
8. Black Night 7:43
9. Let Me Love You Baby 4:01
10. Rememberin' Stevie 6:58
11. Doin' What I Like Best 6:05
12. Trouble Don't Last 5:24



Damn Right, I’ve Got the Blues is one of a handful of albums that pushed Chicago blues into the modern age. After laying low for most of the '80s, Buddy Guy came roaring back on the scene with renewed purpose. He was obviously energized by the leftfield choice in producer. Englishman John Porter was best known as engineer of the Smiths and Roxy Music, two bands who are about as far from Guy’s sweat-soaked city blues as you can get. Yet, Porter’s booming production brings new life to Guy’s music. Rather than retrofitted, these songs sound revitalized. Their strength is aided in no small part by a powerhouse rhythm section comprised of Chicago blues bassist Greg Rzab and former Little Feat drummer Richie Hayward. The heavyweight guest-list — Eric Clapton, Jeff Beck, Mark Knopfler — doesn’t detract from Guy, but instead underscores his inimitable talent. Guy might not be as fast or as flashy as his junior competitors, but every note shoots off him with the force of a shockwave.