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Muddy Waters 6/28/2005

Review

Muddy Waters brought a Son House-like Delta country blues style north with him from Mississippi to Chicago in 1943, intent on making a living from music. Switching from acoustic to electric guitar in order to be better heard in the Chicago clubs and bars, Waters gradually assembled one of the greatest ongoing bands in blues history, and in the process, Waters and his band assembled the very template for classic Chicago blues. This smooth-flowing archival set assembles live tracks from shows in 1964 and 1966, when Waters' pianist was the great Otis Spann, and adds in four tracks from a late-'70s show when Waters' band included pianist Pinetop Perkins and drummer Willie "Big Eyes" Smith. ~ Steve Leggett
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 Country Boy Muddy Waters 4:12
  3. 2 Baby Please Don't Go Muddy Waters 2:39
  4. 3 Hoochie Coochie Man Muddy Waters 3:17
  5. 4 Tiger in Your Tank Muddy Waters 4:35
  6. 5 She's Nineteen Years Old Muddy Waters 4:55
  7. 6 County Jail Muddy Waters 6:6
  8. 7 Long Distance Call Muddy Waters 6:56
  9. 8 Rock Me Baby Muddy Waters 4:59
  10. 9 Trouble No More Muddy Waters 2:45
  11. 10 Rosalie Muddy Waters 5:20
  12. 11 Rollin' and Tumblin' Muddy Waters 4:19
  13. 12 I Feel Like Going Home Muddy Waters 4:44
  14. 13 Can't Get No Grindin' (What's the Matter with the Mill) Muddy Waters 4:14
  15. 14 Honey Bee Muddy Waters 4:22
  16. 15 The Blues Had a Baby and They Named It Rock and Roll Muddy Waters 6:22
  17. 16 Got My Mojo Working Muddy Waters 2:53

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