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Muddy Waters - Sings "Big Bill" Broonzy (FLAC)

Muddy Waters — Autor renovcevic @ 05:28


Speakers Corner 180g Audiophile Vinyl [Chess LP-1444 LPx1]
Ripped in 24-bit/96 kHz | FLAC (seperate tracks) | ~ 595 mb
Recording: July and August 1959 in Chicago | Blues

Track Listings

1. Tell Me Baby
2. Southbound Train
3. When I Get to Thinking
4. Just a dream (On My Mind)
5. Double Trouble
6. I Feel So Good
7. I Done Got Wise
8. Mopper's Blues
9. Lonesome Road Blues
10. Hey, Hey

Muddy Waters - vocals & guitar
James Cotton – harmonica
Pat Hare – guitar
Otis Spann – piano
Andrew Stephenson – bass
Francey Clay – drums
Willie Smith - drums

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Muddy Waters & Otis Spann - Collaboration (192 kbps)

Muddy Waters — Autor renovcevic @ 05:26


Many blues aficionados listen to Muddy Waters' classic Chicago blues sides of the '50s and '60s not only for his expressive vocals and searing slide guitar, but for pianist Otis Spann, who was almost without question the greatest pianist in the Chicago blues style. It was only his early death in 1970 at the age of 40 (when he was finally beginning to start his career as a bandleader in earnest) that kept Spann from becoming one of the best-known names in all of jazz. Equally at ease with tricky, jazz-inspired solos and two-fisted comping, Spann is a marvel to listen to, and although the emphasis of this live set is most often on Muddy Waters' vocals and guitar, Spann's barrelhouse rolls and inspired solos on blues classics like "Baby Please Don't Go," "I'm Your Hoochie Coochie Man," and "I Feel Like Going Home" more than justify his co-billing.

A long time friend sent me is 50 years old now. Hard to believe
that. Thanks Cheech (you wish you were only 50).

1 Long Distance Call
2 Baby Please Don't Go
3 I'm Your Hoochie Coochie Man
4 Blues Before Sunrise
5 Rolling Stone
6 I Can't Be Satisfied
7 Blow Wind Blow
8 I Feel Like Going Home
9 Walking Through The Park
10 Lovin' Stuff (Encore)

Year: 1995
Label: Tomato Music
Country: USA
Bitrate: 192 kbps

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Muddy Waters - Hard Again

Muddy Waters — Autor renovcevic @ 05:23

1. Mannish Boy
2. Bus Driver
3. I Want to Be Loved
4. Jealous Hearted Man
5. I Can't Be Satisfied
6. Blues Had a Baby and They Named It Rock & Roll (#2)
7. Deep Down in Florida
8. Crosseyed Cat
9. Little Girl







m4a format at 320


Muddy Waters & Rolling Stones - Sweet Home Chicago (1981)

Muddy Waters — Autor renovcevic @ 10:50


"When Muddy Waters took the stage at the Checkerboard Lounge in Chicago on November 22, 1981 to play a session with members of the Rolling Stones and fellow bluesmen Buddy Guy, Junior Wells and Lefty Dizz, no one expected it to become one of his last live concert appearances. Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Ron Wood and 'fifth Stone' Ian Stewart, staying in Chicago for three concerts on November 23, 24, and 25, were excited to meet their long-time idol, perhaps the greatest bluesman ever and, of course, one of the major influences which led to the formation of the Rolling Stones back in 1962. They even took their band name from one of Waters' songs, 'Rolling Stone.' The meeting took place in an atmosphere of great anticipation, friendship and respect. Hear Jagger, during 'Hoochie Coochie Man,' sing the line '...I was born with good luck' and Waters' humorous response to superstar Mick: '...I see that!' ...irresistable! 'Time waits for no one' sang the Rolling Stones, whome he had given a part of his unforgettable way of playing the blues. Further proof may be given by three Rolling Stones bonus tracks included in this collection: 'I Want to Be Loved' (unreleased studio outtake, IBC Studios, London, March 11, 1963), 'I Can't Be Satisfied' (BBC Radio performance on "Top Gear", July 23, 1964) and 'I Just Wanna Make Love to You' (live recording, Madrid/Spain, June 17, 1990). We would like to dedicate this record to Muddy 'Mississippi' Waters. It was one of his last but definitely not least appearances on stage."*
(*) album linear notes

A great record of a great meeting. It is need necessary to remind that the name of the band "Rolling Stones" was inspired by the name of a MUddy Watters' song called "Rolling Stones". This name was used for the first time in the London Marquee Club show (July, 22, 1962) and one of the firsts Rolling Stones' single was a Muddy Waters cover called "Want to be loved".


Disc 1
1. Sweet Little Angel
2. Flip, Flop and Fly
3. Introduction
4. Down the Road I Go
5. Country Boy
6. I'm a King Bee
7. Someday Baby
8. County Jail

Disc 2
1. Baby Please Don't Go
2. Hoochie Coochie Man
3. Long Distance Call
4. Mannish Boy
5. Champagne and Reefer
6. Next Time You See Me
7. Talking About My Woman
8. I Want to Be Loved
9. I Can't Be Satisfied
10. I Just Want to Make Love to You

256 Kbps.

Muddy Waters - Anthology

Muddy Waters — Autor renovcevic @ 10:56


1.Gypsy Woman
2.I Can't Be Satisfied
3.I Feel Like Going Home
4.Train Fare Home Blues
5.Mean Red Spider
6.Standin' Here Tremblin'
7.You Gonna Need My Help
8.Little Geneva
9.Rollin' and Tumblin', Pt. 1
10.Rollin' Stone
11.Walkin' Blues
12.Louisiana Blues
13.Long Distance Call
14.Honey Bee
15.Country Boy
16.She Moves Me
17.Still a Fool
18.Stuff You Gotta Watch
19.Who's Gonna Be Your Sweet Man When I'm Gone
20.Standin' Around Cryin'
21.Baby Please Don't Go
22.(I'm Your) Hoochie Coochie Man
23.I Just Want to Make Love to You
24.I'm Ready
25.Young Fasioned Ways
26.I Want to Be Loved
1.My Eyes (Keep Me in Trouble)
2.Mannish Boy
3.Sugar Sweet
4.Trouble No More
5.Forty Days and Forty Nights
6.Just to Be with You
7.Don't Go No Farther
8.Diamonds at Your Feet
9.I Love the Life I Live (I Live the Life I Love)
10.Got My Mojo Working
11.Rock Me
12.Look What You've Done
13.She's Nineteen Years Old
14.Close to You
15.Walking Thru the Park
16.Take the Bitter with the Sweet
17.I Feel So Good
18.You Shook Me
19.My Home Is in the Delta
20.Good Morning Little School Girl
21.The The Same Thing
22.You Can't Lose What You Ain't Never Had
23.All Aboard (Fathers and Sons)
24.Can't Get No Grinding



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Muddy Waters - The Chess Box - 3CD Box Set

Muddy Waters — Autor renovcevic @ 05:03


Muddy Waters - The Chess Box - 3CD Box Set
MP3 ~ 320Kbps ~ ~ 478mb total
Compilation: 1947- March 1972
Released 1990
Label: MCA/Chess
Time: 212:58

THE CHESS BOX covers Muddy Waters' career from 1947 through 1972. It features some previously-unreleased tracks, and many others previously unreleased in the U.S. To call these recordings indispensable is merely to state the obvious. Any one of the following would place these records among the most important in blues history--Waters' deft slide guitar playing and intense vocals; stellar instrumental support from the legendary Little Walter; Otis Spann, James Cotton, and Buddy Guy, to name but a few of the blues greats who first worked with Waters; and a repertoire of classics that includes "Hoochie Coochie Man," "Rolling Stone," and "I Just Want to Make Love to You." The length and cost of this set may intimidate some (the single-disc HIS BEST is a less overwhelming alternative), but true blues lovers should consider investing in THE CHESS BOX, the best career overview of this undisputed giant of the blues.

Personnel includes: Muddy Waters (vocals, guitar); Little Walter (vocals, guitar, harmonica); Jimmy Rogers (vocals, guitar); Leroy Foster, Auburn "Pat" Hare, Luther Tucker, Earl Hooker, Buddy Guy, Sammy Lawhorn, Pee Wee Madison, Michael Bloomfield, Paul Asbell, Rory Gallagher (guitar); Walter "Shakey" Horton, James Cotton, Paul Oscher, Paul Butterfield, Jeff Carp, Carey Bell Harrington (harmonica); Alex Atkins (alto saxophone); Marcus Johnson, A.C. Reed, Ernest Cotton (tenor saxophone); Pinetop Perkins (piano, harpsichord, organ); John "Big Moose" Walker (piano, organ); Sunnyland Slim, Otis Spann (piano) Willie Dixon, Donald "Duck" Dunn, Phil Upchurch, Ric Grech (bass); Fred Below, Francis Clay, Sam Lay, Mitch Mitchell (drums).

Disc 1:
1. Gypsy Woman
2. Good Looking Woman
3. Mean Disposition
4. I Can't Be Satisfied
5. I Feel Like Going Home
6. Train Fare Home Blues
7. Mean Red Spider
8. Streamline Woman
9. Little Geneva
10. Rollin' And Tumblin', Part 1
11. Rolling Stone
12. Walkin' Blues
13. Louisiana Blues
14. Evans Shuffle
15. Long Distance Call
16. Honey Bee
17. She Moves Me
18. Still A Fool
19. Stuff You Gotta Watch
20. Standing Around Crying
21. Flood
22. Baby Please Don't Go
23. Blow Wind Blow
24. Hoochie Coochie Man

Disc 2:
1. I Just Want To Make Love To You
2. I'm Ready
3. Smokestack Lightnin'
4. Young Fashioned Ways
5. Mannish Boy
6. Trouble No More
7. Forty Days And Forty Nights
8. Just To Be With You
9. Don't Go No Farther
10. Diamonds At Your Feet
11. I Love The Life I Live, I Live The Life I Love
12. Rock Me
13. Look What You Done
14. Got My Mojo Working
15. Good News
16. Evil
17. She's Nineteen Years Old
18. Close To You
19. Walkin' Thru The Park
20. Blues Before Sunrise (With False Starts, Dialogue)
21. Lonseome Road Blues
22. Take The Bitter With The Sweet (Dialogue, False Start, Alt. Take)
23. She's Into Something
24. Southbound Train
25. Double Trouble

Disc 3:
1. I Feel So Good (Live)
2. You Shook Me
3. You Need Love
4. Twenty Four Hours
5. Elevate Me Mama (Alt. Take)
6. So Glad I'm Living
7. My Love Strikes Like Lightning
8. You Don't Have To Go (Alt. Take)
9. Things That I Used To Do
10. My Home Is In The Delta
11. Good Morning Little Schoolgirl
12. The Same Thing
13. You Can't Lose What You Ain't Never Had
14. Short Dress Woman
15. Making Friends
16. Black Night (Hornless Alt. Mix)
17. Bird Nest On The Ground
18. Country Boy (Live)
19. Sugar Sweet (Alt. 'Fathers And Sons' Take)
20. All Aboard (Alt. 'Fathers And Sons' Take)
21. Going Down Slow (Live)
22. Who's Gonna Be Your Sweet Man When I'm Gone (Original Hornless London Mix)
23. Can't Get No Grindin' (What's The Matter With The Meal)


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