180g Vinyl LP!
Lacquers Cut From Original Analog Masters by Capitol Mastering's Ron McMaster!
The second studio album from Buddy Guy was recorded in 1968 for Vanguard
Records. The guitarist performs alongside pianist Otis Spann, bassist Jack
Myers, Wayne Bennett on rhythm guitar and more.
Buddy Guy’s legendary electric guitar licks and passionate vocals are on display
in this influential, 1968 album, where the celebrated musician bridges Chicago
blues with R&B. Remastered from the original analog tapes, this 50th anniversary
edition of the album is pressed on 180-gram vinyl and housed in an
old-school-style, tip-on jacket.
"The Original Blues Brothers," as Rolling Stone dubbed them (Buddy Guy and
Junior Wells), were frequent studio and stage collaborators throughout the ‘60s
and ’70s, producing some of their finest recorded work together. 2018 marks the
50th anniversary for both Buddy Guy’s A Man and the Blues and Junior Well’s
Coming at You, seminal albums from the Vanguard Records archives that were among
the first to capture Chicago’s signature electric blues sound. Both titles are
reissued on 180-gram vinyl cut from the original analog masters by Capitol
Mastering’s Ron McMaster.
• 180g Vinyl
• 50th Anniversary Edition
• Lacquers cut from the original analog masters by Ron McMaster at Capitol
• Old-school tip-on jacket
Buddy Guy, solo guitar, vocals
Otis Spann, piano
Wayne Bennett, rhythm guitar
Jack Myers, bass
Donald Hankins, sax
Aaron Corthen, sax
Bobby Fields, sax
Lonny Taylor, drums
Fred Below, drums
1. A Man And The Blues
2. I Can't Quit The Blues
3. Money (That's What I Want)
4. One Room Country Shack
5. Mary Had A Little Lamb
1. Just Playing My Axe
2. Sweet Little Angel
3. Worry, Worry
4. Jam On A Monday Morning