Roy Buchanan - The Genius Of The Guitar FLAC album
Roy trying out the Fritz Brothers crafted guitar for Roy Buchanan 1988.
Leroy "Roy" Buchanan (September 23, 1939 – August 14, 1988) was an American guitarist and blues musician. A pioneer of the Telecaster sound, Buchanan worked as a sideman and as a solo artist, with two gold albums early in his career and two later solo albums that made it to the Billboard chart. He never achieved stardom, but he is still considered a highly influential guitar player. Guitar Player praised him as having one of the "50 Greatest Tones of All Time.
Roy Buchanan/ Second Album. During the early 1970s Roy Buchanan was feted as the greatest rock guitarist the world had ever known. This superb new CD from Jasmine takes a step back into his early career where he spent many years scuffling as a guitar slinger in numerous bands and doing a substantial amount of session work. Collected across this 44 track, 2 CD set are examples of his dynamic guitar contributions to a bevy of national, regional and downright parochial recording artists including Dale Hawkins, Bob Luman, Freddy Cannon and Danny & The Juniors
Haunted House Lyrics. Haunted House" Track Info. Roy Buchanan Roy Buchanan.
The Guitar Album is a 1974 double compilation album featuring live performances of popular guitarists. Though it was originally released in the United States it was later reissued in the United Kingdom. Slunky" by Eric Clapton (B. Bramlett/E.
Опубликовано: 4 years ago. ROY BUCHANAN - SECOND ALBUM (FULL ALBUM) (1973) TRACK LISTING SIDE A 00:00 Filthy Teddy 03:12 After Hours 09:25 Five String Blues 15:50 Thank You Lord SIDE B 18:19 Treat Her Right 21:04 I Won't Tell You No Lies 27:42 Tribute To Elmore James 31:10 She Once Lived Here.
Roy Buchanan (1939-1988) immeasurably altered the evolutionary course of the electric guitar by introducing previously unheard but now commonplace tones and techniques to the instrument’s pantheon using only the simplest tools and a vivid imagination. Perceived by many as an enigma, Buchanan was ultimately a family man who simply didn’t give a hoot about stardom-he just wanted to play the guitar on his own terms. His performances reportedly suffered despite flashes of brilliance, and he released only one album during this period. In 1985 Roy was able to curb his drinking habit and strike a deal with Alligator Records, a Chicago-based blues label that offered Buchanan complete artistic control of his recordings. Roy exercised his newfound freedom by cutting When a Guitar Plays the Blues, Dancing on the Edge, and Hot Wires for the label, and was delighted with the results of this new direction.
This was his first record for Alligator Records. It was recorded and mixed by Justin Niebank, mastered by Tom Coyne and produced by Roy Buchanan, Dick Shurman and Bruce Iglauer. All songs were written by Buchanan. When a Guitar Plays the Blues. When a Guitar Plays the Blues may refer to: When a Guitar Plays the Blues (Roy Buchanan album), 1985. When a Guitar Plays the Blues (Roy Lee Johnson album), 1998.
Album, 1972, Polydor. 2. I Am a Lonesome Fugitive. Album, Июль 1985, Alligator. 1. Chicago Smokeshop. 4. A Nickel And A Nail. 6. Why Don't You Want Me? 7. Country Boy.
|1-1||–The Secrets||Hot Toddy||2:14|
|1-2||–The Secrets||Twin Exhaust||1:58|
|1-3||–Bobby Gregg & His Friends*||The Jam (Part 1)||2:26|
|1-4||–Bobby Gregg & His Friends*||The Jam (Part 2)||2:27|
|1-5||–Dale Hawkins||My Babe||2:29|
|1-6||–Dale Hawkins||Someday One Day||2:26|
|1-7||–Dale Hawkins||Take My Heart||2:11|
|1-8||–Bob Luman||Class Of 59||1:57|
|1-9||–Bob Luman||My Baby Walks All Over Me||2:08|
|1-10||–Alis Leslie*||He Will Come Back To Me||2:18|
|1-11||–Freddy Cannon||My Blue Heaven||2:40|
|1-12||–Jerry Hawkins||I Got A Heart||2:27|
|1-13||–Jerry Hawkins||Swing Daddy Swing||2:36|
|1-14||–Dale Hawkins||I Want To Love You||2:19|
|1-15||–Dale Hawkins||Grandma's House||2:22|
|1-17||–Bob Luman||Dreamy Doll||2:13|
|1-18||–Merle Kilgore||I Take A Trip To The Moon||2:05|
|1-19||–Merle Kilgore||It'll Be My First Time||2:30|
|1-20||–Dale Hawkins||Wild, Wild World||1:48|
|1-21||–Jerry Hawkins||Cha Cha Chu||2:56|
|1-22||–Jerry Hawkins||Lucky Johnny||1:58|
|2-1||–Roy Buchanan||Mule Train Stomp||2:25|
|2-2||–Roy Buchanan||Pretty Please||2:26|
|2-3||–Cody Brennan & The Temps*||Ruby Baby||2:12|
|2-4||–Cody Brennan & The Temps*||Am I The One||2:10|
|2-5||–Cody Brennan & The Temps*||Shake The Hand Of A Fool||2:38|
|2-6||–Jerry Hawkins||Lonely Night||2:20|
|2-7||–Jerry Hawkins||Need Your Lovin'||2:15|
|2-8||–Roy Buchanan||After Hours||2:35|
|2-11||–Perry Mates||The Kick Step||2:30|
|2-12||–Perry Mates||Gotta Go||2:33|
|2-13||–Freddy Cannon||Blue Skies||2:43|
|2-14||–Freddy Cannon||The Blacksmith Blues||2:40|
|2-15||–Paul Curry||Route 66||2:40|
|2-16||–Paul Curry||Honeysuckle Rose||2:14|
|38||–Bobby & The Temps*||The Shuffle||2:28|
|2-17||–Bobby & The Temps*||Mary Lou||2:21|
|2-18||–Freddy Cannon||Teen Queen Of The Week||2:12|
|2-19||–Freddy Cannon||Wild Guy||2:29|
|2-20||–Danny & The Juniors||Medley: The Twist / Mother's Club Twist||4:45|
|2-21||–Danny & The Juniors||When The Saints Go Twistin' In||2:12|
|2-22||–Bobby Gregg||Potato Peeler||2:33|
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|none||Roy Buchanan||The Genius Of The Guitar (44xFile, MP3, Comp, 320)||Jasmine Records||none||2016|