Eric Clapton, listen up: Here’s a way to play the blues in the ’90s without shellacking the music with a thin coat of irony. Guy’s go-for-the-throat versions of songs by everyone from Jimmy Reed to Freddie King showcase his slashing guitar and jagged vocals. When he threateningly warns, at the start of ”Little Dab-a-Doo,” ”Don’t move,” you won’t be able to. A-
Slippin' In Eric Clapton, listen up: Here's a way to play the blues in the '90s without shellacking the music with a thin coat of irony. Guy's go-for-the-throat...Slippin' InBlues Eric Clapton, listen up: Here's a way to play the blues in the '90s without shellacking the music with a thin coat of irony. Guy's go-for-the-throat...1994-11-18
Genre: Blues; Lead Performer: Buddy Guy; Producer (group): Silvertone
Posted November 18 1994 — 12:00 AM EST
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