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

Buddy GuyAudio CD
4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (26 customer reviews)

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After decades of paying dues, Buddy Guy has emerged as the most heralded bluesman of his generation, a hugely influential guitarist and passionate, dynamic live performer. But Buddy started as a sideman, and toiled in the Chicago clubs for a decade before beginning his march to worldwide fame.

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Product Details

  • Audio CD (March 8, 2005)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Silvertone
  • ASIN: B0007VBF24
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (26 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #24,075 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Editorial Reviews

This guest-studded CD relaunched Buddy Guy's career and set him toward the pinnacle of contemporary blues. Despite turns from Jeff Beck, Eric Clapton, Mark Knopfler, and others, it's Guy who burns brightest--and loudest. He delivers roaring, exuberant performances of classic R&B ("Mustang Sally"), old-time blues ("Black Night"), and house rockers ("Where Is the Next One Coming From"). Most poignant, though, is his seven-minute instrumental "Rememberin' Stevie," which not only rekindles the fiery spirit of his own youth, but pays sensitive tribute to his late friend and admirer Stevie Ray Vaughan. This is the blueprint for Guy's current performing style. --Ted Drozdowski

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To celebrate Buddy Guy’s newest and bluest accolade, Silvertone Records is pleased to announce the Expanded Edition of his breakthrough Grammy-winning, gold-certified release, Damn Right, I’ve Got The Blues (Best Contemporary Blues Album). This special edition includes 2 tracks previously unavailable in the U.S. – in fact, formerly released as b-sides in the U.K. The album cover will be true to the original, but beautifully enhanced with a special silver background. As another added bonus, Damn Right, I’ve Got The Blues, Expanded Edition will feature brand new liner notes from none other than Anthony DeCurtis, the Rolling Stone editor and writer at large.

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28 of 31 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Buyer beware: No Beck fills on Mustang Sally June 22, 2009
Format:Audio CD
Great to have this CD in continued print, with two bonus tracks no less. I bought this album back in 1991 when it came out, after seeing the Mustang Sally video on MTV with great guitar fills by Jeff Beck in counterpoint with Buddy's vocals. As another reviewer also pointed out, however, these fills are entirely missing from the version on this CD, making this strangely empty and lacking the excitement of the original! It's a terrible mistake. The liner notes, in fact, mention Beck's contributions and he remains listed in the song-by-song personnel. But he's not there, at least on my copy.

So what to do if you're interested in this disc and wondering whether to get the original version or the expanded? Beck or two extra songs? I bought this newer version to replace the older one, but now will stick with the original. The added songs are OK, but do not have the urgency implied by the album's title. And with Sally having lost her "Mustang" on this new CD, sounding like she's getting around in mom's minivan, an essential part of that fire has been lost.

One-to-one comparisons between other songs reveal that the newer CD has slightly louder volume, but no further enhancements. Although I did not find other differences like the one on Mustang Sally, I can't escape the notion that the earlier CD, in fact, sounds fierier than this newer issue, especially with the volume cranked up. It doesn't happen often, but in this case it seems that you're better off with a good used copy of the older CD than the newer issue on this one.
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Do comebacks get any better than this? July 28, 2006
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
Buddy Guy is one of my favorite blues artists, and this album is not only a fine comeback, but well deserving of the Grammy award it received in 1991. And with only 6 customer reviews here on Amazon so far of a grammy nominated album which has been on the market since 1991, I would say the album (and the artist) are grossly underappreciated.

One of my favorite songs on this album is the eponymously titled "Damn Right, I've Got the Blues"....right off the start Buddy shows he still has the strong voice, guitar work and the song writing. Another favorite which I hit repeat button many times when listening to is the instrumental "Remembering Stevie"....again, if this does not show a bluesman who hasn't lost his touch one bit, I don't know what will. Simply fantastic.

Hearing his version of "Black Night" is eerie when one remembers older versions of the same song such as the one sung by Muddy Waters in the 60's. Instead of using Vietnam though, Buddy interchanges Iraq, showing us that the blues have a timeless purpose to serve.

I love Buddy's Chess years....those are some of the best blues ever in my opinion. But this album is also excellent in its own right, and certainly deserves more notoriety than it (he) receives.

Highly recommended.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Buddy Guy Has The Kind of Blues We Want May 19, 2006
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
Buddy Guy was a guitar legend before the release of Damn Right I've Got The Blues, but when this great record was released in 1990, he has been at the blues forefront ever since. This record proves that the forefront is where Guy belongs.

Cuts like "Where Is The Next One Coming From," "Too Broke To Spend The Night," and the poignant tribute to his friend Stevie Ray Vaughn, "Remembering Stevie," serve notice that Guy not only hasn't lost anything, but still has plenty to teach the younger crowd.

But by far, the title card is the most memorable. This is the kind of song that Buddy could play at the beginning of every concert for the rest of his career. Burning runs and milking every ounce out of every note, Guy grabs the listener and never lets go.

These are the kind of blues that all music lovers need. The expanded re-release is welcomed if for no other reason than to remind all of us that Buddy Guy is a superstar.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Damn right! June 12, 2005
Format:Audio CD
Excellent production and mixing, crisp, clear sound, and a strong track list makes this one of Buddy Guy's strongest records, his second-best best latter-day album right behind 1994's pure blues CD "Slippin' In".

The track list spans classic electric blues, Memphis soul, and, well, John Hiatt. Guy's cover of Hiatt's "Where Is The Next One Coming From" is pretty good, but doesn't really add anything new to the song, and we don't really need another version of "Early In The Morning", especially not this rather bland one.
But there are highlights a-plenty nevertheless: Guy's eight-minute rendition of Eddie Boyd's classic "Five Long Years" is a delicious, smouldering slow blues, and he lays down a great "Mustang Sally" and a fine rendition of Big Jay McNeely's mournful "There Is Something On Your Mind".

Buddy Guy's expressive tenor voice suits the slow, tortured blues songs on this set very well, but he performs equally well on the powerful, swaggering title track and the mid-tempo "Too Broke To Spend The Night", two of his best self-penned songs for a long, long time. "Too Broke" in particular is strongly reminiscent of Guy's sizzling 60s recordings for Chess, and this spirited reading of Willie Dixon's "Let Me Love You Baby" is among the highlights as well.
This expanded edition adds two bonus tracks, and while none of those are absolutely essential, they're not bottom-of-the-barrel scrapings either, so if you don't already have the original album, by all means, get the one with the bonus cuts on it. There's no need to buy it again, though; they're not that great.

Overall, "Damn Right" is a really fine album, deservedly winning Guy an Emmy back in 1991. The sometimes erratic veteran plays some tremendous electric guitar, and the self-penned material shows that Buddy Guy's muse is not spent after all.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
2.0 out of 5 stars C'mon Man Where's Jeff
Yes it's true Jeff Becks blazing guitar has been edited out. I just had to compare the two so I bought the "expanded" version and lo & behold its gone, makes you wonder. Read more
Published 3 months ago by Marty Burton
5.0 out of 5 stars Oh yea
Damn right I loved this album.Buddy belts out some great down home blues.listen to it easy ery day.
Thanks Amazon
Published 3 months ago by James Gordon
5.0 out of 5 stars Buddy's best
One of Buddy's best albums. From start to finish. Just look at the greats playing with him. Eric Clayton, Jeff Beck, and Mark Knowles this one is akeeper
Published 5 months ago by mark griffin
5.0 out of 5 stars Relaxing
My idea of good sound, Can't think of anything better than good music and a good book
I have nothing more to say. My time is valuable to me.
Published 9 months ago by Amazon Customer
5.0 out of 5 stars Perfect transaction! Quick shipping!
Purchased this album for my husbands birthday. He has enjoyed it immensely and has no complaints. Definitely worth a listen!
Published 10 months ago by Lindsey
5.0 out of 5 stars Love Buddy and this album
This is our favorite Buddy Guy CD. We were listening to it in Palm Springs by the pool, and a bunch of guests told us how much they enjoyed it.
Published 11 months ago by Diane
4.0 out of 5 stars Very Good Listening!
Buddy Guy knows how to sing the blues. This is an excellent album to add to a collection. Very good listening!
Published 13 months ago by Peter Gueckel
5.0 out of 5 stars You're Definitely Doggone Damn Right!!!!! This is a Buddy Guy Blues...
The legendary bluesman Buddy Guy, is originally from my home state of Louisiana. He has long since lived in Chicago, where he owns a famous Blues Club. Read more
Published 17 months ago by Gary Covington
5.0 out of 5 stars Awesome Blues Album
Jamming electric guitar blues. Buddy Guy is one of the best and this is a seriously jamming album. I love the tribute to SRV called "Rememberin' Stevie". Read more
Published 19 months ago by Stanley Fernandes
5.0 out of 5 stars Buddy Really Rocks
Best version of Mustang Sally I've ever heard. His "5 Long Years" has so much feeling its amazing my speakers don't melt. If you can't groove to this, you ain't got no groove.
Published on December 14, 2011 by Cliff Clive
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