Limited 180gm white vinyl LP pressing. Often cited as the 'original blues brothers', famed guitar and blues harp duo Buddy Guy and Junior Wells play a set packed full of blues classics for their adoring European fans. Recorded live at the 1974 Montreux jazz festival and backed by an all-star rhythm section of Bill Wyman (the Rolling Stones), Dallas Taylor (CSNY), Terry Taylor (Tucky Buzzard) and legendary American blues pianist, Pinetop Perkins. Out of print on vinyl for over a decade, Demon Records presents the complete album housed in a printed inner sleeve and featuring the original liner notes by blues aficionado Peter Shertser.
Limited 180gm white vinyl LP pressing. Often cited as the 'original blues brothers', famed guitar and blues harp duo Buddy Guy and Junior Wells play a set packed full of blues classics for their adoring European fans. Recorded live at the 1974 Montreux jazz festival and backed by an all-star rhythm section of Bill Wyman (the Rolling Stones), Dallas Taylor (CSNY), Terry Taylor (Tucky Buzzard) and legendary American blues pianist, Pinetop Perkins. Out of print on vinyl for over a decade, Demon Records presents the complete album housed in a printed inner sleeve and featuring the original liner notes by blues aficionado Peter Shertser.
5014797900882

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Format: Vinyl
Label: DMN
Rel. Date: 10/25/2019
UPC: 5014797900882

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Artist: Buddy Guy / Wells,Junior
Format: Vinyl
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Limited 180gm white vinyl LP pressing. Often cited as the 'original blues brothers', famed guitar and blues harp duo Buddy Guy and Junior Wells play a set packed full of blues classics for their adoring European fans. Recorded live at the 1974 Montreux jazz festival and backed by an all-star rhythm section of Bill Wyman (the Rolling Stones), Dallas Taylor (CSNY), Terry Taylor (Tucky Buzzard) and legendary American blues pianist, Pinetop Perkins. Out of print on vinyl for over a decade, Demon Records presents the complete album housed in a printed inner sleeve and featuring the original liner notes by blues aficionado Peter Shertser.