Buddy Guy's Unplugged Blues Blues singer Buddy Guy is playing a different kind of music than he used to. Guy — known for the bright, loud, electrified Chicago blues style — has recently unplugged his electric guitar to explore the roots of blues in acoustic form. NPR's Steve Inskeep talks to Guy about his new CD, Blues Singer.
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Buddy Guy's Unplugged Blues

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Buddy Guy's Unplugged Blues

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Buddy Guy's Unplugged Blues

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Blues singer Buddy Guy is playing a different kind of music than he used to. Guy — known for the bright, loud, electrified Chicago blues style — has recently unplugged his electric guitar to explore the roots of blues in acoustic form. NPR's Steve Inskeep talks to Guy about his new CD, Blues Singer.

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Album
Blues Singer
Artist
Buddy Guy
Label
Jive
Released
2003

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