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Old 10-26-2020, 11:15 AM   #21 (permalink)
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Buddy Guy - First Time I Met The Blues

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mmm hmmm!
I saw him in the 90's, front row at the old Legends at 754 Wabash along with John Hammond Jr. I met Dave Murray from Iron Maiden that night at the bar when I went to get a refill.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f9Bq4gbohog

Also, my daughter went to school with his grandson Greg. They did a science project together, and one day she called me up to tell me she was at Buddy Guy's mansion. I wanted to give her a CD of mine to give to him, but I didn't think my kind of music was his cuppa tea, so I just left all of that alone. They did an excellent job on the project though from what I can recall.
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Old 10-26-2020, 12:38 PM   #22 (permalink)
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I know Robert Johnson originally recorded this one in '36 but I love this live version by The Wolf recorded in the 60s.



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Old 10-26-2020, 02:19 PM   #23 (permalink)
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^ Great footage and version, ando. The Wolf and Hubert were magic together. A-woohooooo!

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I saw him in the 90's, front row at the old Legends at 754 Wabash along with John Hammond Jr. I met Dave Murray from Iron Maiden that night at the bar when I went to get a refill.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f9Bq4gbohog

Also, my daughter went to school with his grandson Greg. They did a science project together, and one day she called me up to tell me she was at Buddy Guy's mansion. I wanted to give her a CD of mine to give to him, but I didn't think my kind of music was his cuppa tea, so I just left all of that alone. They did an excellent job on the project though from what I can recall.
Hold it! Working on a science project with Buddy Guy's grandson in Buddy's mansion? That's pretty amazing. Can I have your daughter's autograph now?

Also, I really like John Hammond Jr. My first exposure to him was when he narrated an excellent '91 documentary titled The Search For Robert Johnson. Well worth watching, imo, if anyone is interested.
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Also, I really like John Hammond Jr. My first exposure to him was when he narrated an excellent '91 documentary titled The Search For Robert Johnson. Well worth watching, imo, if anyone is interested.
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Old 10-27-2020, 07:33 AM   #28 (permalink)
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Hold it! Working on a science project with Buddy Guy's grandson in Buddy's mansion? That's pretty amazing. Can I have your daughter's autograph now?

Also, I really like John Hammond Jr. My first exposure to him was when he narrated an excellent '91 documentary titled The Search For Robert Johnson. Well worth watching, imo, if anyone is interested.
I'm trying to get one myself. She's a busy person. lol Buddy lives right down the road from us. Dennis DeYoung from Styx is a bit south of us too.

I'll be checking that doc out though. Thanks for the heads up!

I guess I picked the wrong week to quit documentaries.

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You're welcome! The documentary is a bit hard to find these days. Here's a link if you'd like to view it online: https://archive.org/details/THESEARCHFORROBERTJOHNSON

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I'm trying to get one myself. She's a busy person. lol Buddy lives right down the road from us. Dennis DeYoung from Styx is a bit south of us too.

I'll be checking that doc out though. Thanks for the heads up!

I guess I picked the wrong week to quit documentaries.



This one isn't bad, either.



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