After that, his destiny as a musician seemed set. He kept playing, teaching himself and watching other guitarists closely. Before long, Guy would join them. Leonard Chess, head of the legendary blues label Chess Records, comes off as a man who loved the blues more than the musicians who played it, at least as far as paying for their work went. Guy never comes across as bitter, however, even when recounting such shady business deals or the long years he spent working as a sideman for a few dollars per session.
The memoir rolls along in the cadences of his speaking voice, almost as if collaborator David Ritz was working from transcribed audio tapes. The technique allows Guy to keep his own unique inflections intact.
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