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Southside Reunion

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Download links and information about Southside Reunion by Buddy Guy, Memphis Slim. This album was released in 1972 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Blues, Rock genres. It contains 10 tracks with total duration of 45:53 minutes.

Artist: Buddy Guy, Memphis Slim
Release date: 1972
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Blues, Rock
Tracks: 10
Duration: 45:53
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. When Buddy Comes to Town 6:31
2. How Long Blues 2:38
3. Good Time Charlie 3:09
4. You Called Me At Last 7:37
5. You're the One 3:25
6. No 5:36
7. Help Me Some 4:13
8. Rolling and Tumbling 6:04
9. Jamming At the Castle 3:22
10. You're the One (Alternate Version) 3:18

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In 1970, expatriate pianist Memphis Slim hooked up with fellow Chicago blues great Buddy Guy while the guitarist was touring Europe with the Rolling Stones, and recorded the tracks for South Side Reunion, originally released on Warner Bros. in 1972. Slim's rollicking piano and Guy's guitar-slinging prowess are complemented by Windy City musicians Phillip Guy, Ernest Johnson, and Roosevelt Shaw, plus saxophonists A.C. Reed and Jimmy Conley. While harpist Junior Wells (who was also part of the Stones tour) is listed as if he played a prominent role in this endeavor, he's only heard on the tracks "Good Time Charlie," "No," and "Help Me Some." Both casual listeners and collectors will want to check this out, if only for the two takes of Slim's solo harpsichord jam "Ain't Nothing But a Texas Boogie on a Harpsichord." [Sunnyside issued a (slightly altered) edition of the album in 2007.]