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The Original Blues Brothers (Live) by Buddy Guy & Junior Wells

Label: Magnum Records
Release Date: 1983
Recording Time: 41 minutes
Recording Date: 1964
Releases: 1983 (Quicksilver Records); April 5, 1995 (Blue Moon); January 1, 1996 (Magnum); March 29, 1999 (Magnum); May 20, 2002 (Magnum)

Styles: Chicago Blues, Electric Blues, Electric Chicago Blues, Modern Electric Blues, Modern Electric Chicago Blues, Regional Blues


One of the worst live recordings released on vinyl ever in the history of music.

Recording information: Chicago Blues Festival, Chicago, IL (1964).
Companies, etc.: Phonographic Copyright (p) – PolyGram; Manufactured By – G.P.I. S.A.

Personnel: Junior Wells (vocals, harmonica); Buddy Guy (vocals, guitar); Gerry Gibson (tenor saxophone); Donald Hankins (baritone saxophone); Fred Below (drums).
Liner Note Author: David Morris.

Credits: Fred Below - drums; Gerry Gibson - sax (tenor); Buddy Guy - composer, guitar, primary artist, vocals; Donald Hankins - sax (baritone); Mick Jagger - composer; Mel London - composer; Memphis Slim - composer; Jack Meyers - bass; David Morris - liner notes; Jack Myers - bass; Keith Richards - composer; Bernard Roth - composer; Junior Wells - composer, harmonica, performer, primary artist, vocals; Ted Wright - composer; 

Tracks: 1) Buddy's Blues; 2) Blue Monday; 3) Every Day I Have The Blues; 4) Woman Blues; 5) Satisfaction; 6) Messin' With The Kid; 7) No Use Cryin'; 8) Just To Be With You; 9) Junior's Shuffle; 10) Out Of Sight.