Editors’ Notes Buddy Guy was instrumental in putting Chicago blues on the map, both as a sideman and a solo artist. He got his break as a session player at Chess, working with giants like Muddy Waters and Howlin' Wolf before busting out on his own. But he really made his name in the late '60s with a string of albums for Vanguard and collaborations with Junior Wells. He experienced a surge in popularity in the '80s, and by the '90s, he had racked up a collection of GRAMMY®s. His 2005 induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame only confirmed that Guy was a blues legend for the ages.

SONG
ALBUM
Cognac (feat. Jeff Beck & Keith Richards)
5:22
 
First Time I Met the Blues (1960 Single)
2:21
 
Damn Right, I've Got the Blues
4:31
 
Nine Below Zero
6:19
 
Stone Crazy
7:14
 
Feels Like Rain
4:35
 
Let Me Love You Baby
2:56
 
Five Long Years (feat. Junior Mance & Junior Wells)
5:50
 
I Smell Trouble
3:15
 
Ain't No Sunshine (feat. Tracy Chapman)
3:24
 
When My Left Eye Jumps
3:57
 
Midnight Train (feat. Jonny Lang)
5:20
 
Crazy Love
2:25
 
Sit and Cry (The Blues)
3:11
 
2:06
 
Mary Had a Little Lamb
2:32
 
I Smell a Rat
9:11
 
Baby Please Don't Leave Me
7:22
 
My Time After AWhile
3:02
 
She's Nineteen Years Old
5:41
 
Leave My Girl Alone
3:29
 
Tramp
6:47
 
Buddy's Groove
3:47
 
You've Been Gone Too Long
5:41
 
Messin' With the Kid
2:15
 

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