Stone Crazy! [Explicit Lyrics]

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All Music Guide - Bill Dahl
Buddy Guy mostly indulges his histrionic side throughout this high-energy set, first issued in France and soon picked up for domestic consumption by Alligator. Stone Crazy! is a particularly attractive proposition for rock-oriented fans, who will no doubt dig Guy's non-stop incendiary, no-holds-barred guitar attack and informal arrangements. Purists may want to look elsewhere.
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Bill Dahl
Buddy Guy mostly indulges his histrionic side throughout this high-energy set, first issued in France and soon picked up for domestic consumption by Alligator. Stone Crazy! is a particularly attractive proposition for rock-oriented fans, who will no doubt dig Guy's non-stop incendiary, no-holds-barred guitar attack and informal arrangements. Purists may want to look elsewhere.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 10/25/1990
  • Label: Alligator Records
  • UPC: 014551472322
  • Catalog Number: 514723
  • Sales rank: 52,893

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Buddy Guy Primary Artist, Guitar, Vocals
Matt "Guitar" Murphy Guitar
A.C. Reed Tenor Saxophone
Junior Wells Harmonica
Phil Guy Guitar
Ray Allison Drums
Lefty Bates Guitar
Fred Below Drums
Milton Bland Tenor Saxophone
Reggie Boyd Bass
Jarrett Gibson Tenor Saxophone
Lafayette Leake Organ
Abe Locke Tenor Saxophone
Jack Meyers Bass
Otis Spann Piano
Leroy Stewart Bass
Phil Thomas Drums
Murray Watson Trumpet
J.W. Williams Bass
Sonny Turner Trumpet
Technical Credits
Buddy Guy Composer
Bruce Iglauer Producer
Didier Tricard Producer
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    From Buddy's "middle" years

    Cut in '79 in one night with his brother Phil on rythym guitar, this is very, very raw Buddy Guy. It has a similar feel to "Breaking Out", which was recorded in the same time period. The songs are long, but they never feel dragged out. Each note Buddy plays belongs there. It does have a bit of a "rock" feel, but so many classic blues songs and artists had a similar feel. The opening "I Smell A Rat" is excellent, and every one that follows is worth listening to.

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