Roy Buchanan | Live: Amazing Grace

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Live: Amazing Grace

by Roy Buchanan

Burnin' Telecaster Guitar Roots and Blues from an all time legend.
Genre: Blues: Guitar Blues
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1. Hot Cha
3:28 album only
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2. Amazing Grace
3:12 album only
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3. Delta Woman
7:51 album only
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4. The Messiah Will Come Again
6:38 album only
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5. Malaguena
8:23 album only
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6. Good God Have Mercy
3:20 album only
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7. I\'m Evil
5:52 album only
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8. Green Onions
7:23 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Powerhouse Records and Tom Principato is proud to announce the Aug.18, 2009 release from Fender Telecaster icon and guitar legend and virtuoso Roy Buchanan of the CD "Roy Buchanan Live: Amazing Grace" from their "Guitarchives" Series. These recordings are rare and unreleased never heard performances and many come from the Roy Buchanan estate. Most are unknown even in "collectors" circles, and date from the period 1972 - 1983 and feature many great musicians such as Dick Heintze, Malcolm Lukens, Tom Hambridge, Robbie Magruder and many others accompanying Roy at such notable venues as the Agora Ballroom in Cleveland, the Lone Star Cafe' in New York and the legendary Armadillo World Headquarters in Austin, Texas. There are 8 tracks total from 7 venues and a CD length of 45 minutes of pure Roy Buchanan at his best. A stunning version of Roy solo doing Malaguena from 1972 is a highlight. Topping off the artwork package are two archival photos taken by legendary Rolling Stone photographer Jim Marshall at one of Roy's concerts in San Francisco, Ca. in 1973.

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