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Thursday, February 28, 2008

Albert Collins And Buddy Guy 04/09/93 The Warner Theater Washington DC Soundboard @ 320

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Performance Notes:Tracks 1-8 is the Albert Collins performance; Track 9-17 is Buddy Guy's performance. The recording is flawless with a great sound throughout. Each set of performers is listed with the respective set lists.

There's nothing like a fantastic set of Chicago Blues by two of the great Chicago blues masters of our time. Each set shows a different side of Chicago Blues, with the Albert Collins set featuring brass and Buddy Guy's set featuring both rock and blues tunes. The guitar work is blistering, mixed with funk, scorching leads, traditional blues and a nod to SRV. If you are a fan of the blues, you'll want this great double set.

Disc 1 Albert Collins (52:12)
01. Trying to Work my way back home- 4:18
02. If Trouble Was Money- 9:22
03. Put Your Shoe On The Wrong Foot- 5:47
04. Same Old Thing- 7:03
05. Things I Used To Do- 6:09
06. Head Rag- 9:58
07. I Ain't Drunk- 5:48
08. You Talk Too Much- 3:47

Albert Collins- Vocals, Guitar
Pete Thoennes- Guitar
Jon Smith- Tenor Sax
Jeff Robbins- Tenor Sax
Steve Howard- Trumpet
Bobby Alexis- Organ
Johnny B. Gayden- Bass
Marty Binder- Drums

Disc 2 Buddy Guy (67:57)
09. Mary Had A Little Lamb- 3:15
10. Sweet Little Angel- 11:31
11. I Just Want To Make Love To You Medley- 8:42
12. Stormy Monday- 4:49
13. Someone Else Is Slippin' In- 4:55
14. Sweet Home Chicago- 7:52
15. Hoochie Coochie Man Medley- 9:25
16. Mustang Sally- 4:30
17. Knock On Wood- 12:58

Buddy Guy- Vocals, Guitar
Scott Holt- Guitar
John Cady- Keyboards
Greg Rzab- Bass
Calvin Johnson- Drums

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