Slippin' In

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Slippin' In
Buddy Guy Slippin.jpg
Studio album by Buddy Guy
Released October 25, 1994 (1994-10-25)
Length 49:39
Label Silvertone
Producer Eddie Kramer
Buddy Guy chronology
Feels Like Rain
(1993)
Slippin' In'
(1994)
Live: The Real Deal
(1996)

Slippin' In is the ninth studio album by Buddy Guy, released in 1994 through Silvertone Records.[1] The album earned Guy the Grammy Award for Best Contemporary Blues Album.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "I Smell Trouble" Don Robey 3:12
2. "Please Don't Drive Me Away" Jesse Ervin, Charles Brown 3:55
3. "7-11" Fenton Robinson 6:57
4. "Shame, Shame, Shame" Jimmy Reed 3:29
5. "Love Her With a Feeling" Lowell Fulson 4:27
6. "Little Dab-A-Doo" Buddy Guy 5:19
7. "Someone Else is Steppin' In (Slippin' Out, Slippin' In)" Denise LaSalle 4:26
8. "Trouble Blues" Charley Brown 3:07
9. "Man of Many Words" Buddy Guy 3:02
10. "Don't Tell Me About The Blues" J. Quinn 6:16
11. "Cities Needs Help" Buddy Guy 5:29

Musicians[edit]

  • Buddy Guy - Lead Guitar, Vocals
  • David Grissom - Guitar, Acoustic Guitar on 8, Slide Guitar on 9
  • Scott Holt - Guitar
  • Reese Wynans - Piano & Organ
  • Johnny Johnson - Piano
  • Tommy Shannon - Bass
  • Greg Rzab - Bass
  • Chris Layton - Drums
  • Ray "Killer" Allison - Drums
  • "Slippin' Out" Singers - Suzanne Maso, Emily Maso, Monica Maso, Carey Reisz, Anne Markovich, Kelley Flynn, Hillary Faeta, Brian Moravec, Bill Potocki, "Crazy" Dave Komie, L. Daniel Roman, Rob "Skoalie O" Davis, Buffy Holt, Davin Reddington, JC Clements, Jason Blankenship, Annette McKeee, Frank Blinkal, Mike Homberger, Garrett Mudd, Buddy Guy Band, "Blind Willie" Lambchop and Lily Angela Maso

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Slippin' In". AllMusic. Retrieved May 7, 2011.