15 Songs, 1 Hour 10 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

The fact that Buddy Guy can surround himself with so many high-powered guests and still unequivocally dominate 2008's Skin Deep underlines what a larger-than-life figure he truly is. Whether he's trading licks with Eric Clapton on "Everytime I Sing the Blues," bumping up against Derek Trucks' blazing guitar and Susan Tedeschi's smouldering vocals on "Too Many Tears," or getting greasy alongside Robert Randolph's pedal-steel riffs on "That's My Home," Guy remains unchallenged with his uncannily expressive axe and soul-soaked pipes.

EDITORS’ NOTES

The fact that Buddy Guy can surround himself with so many high-powered guests and still unequivocally dominate 2008's Skin Deep underlines what a larger-than-life figure he truly is. Whether he's trading licks with Eric Clapton on "Everytime I Sing the Blues," bumping up against Derek Trucks' blazing guitar and Susan Tedeschi's smouldering vocals on "Too Many Tears," or getting greasy alongside Robert Randolph's pedal-steel riffs on "That's My Home," Guy remains unchallenged with his uncannily expressive axe and soul-soaked pipes.

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