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  • LP - Muddy Waters Live Session

    4:31

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  • Muddy Waters - Mannish Boy

    5:30

    Mannish Boy by Muddy Waters
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    Chorus:
    That mean mannish boy
    I'm a man
    I'm a full grown man
    I'm a man
    I'm a natural born lovers man
    I'm a man
    I'm a rollin' stone
    I'm a man
    I'm a hoochie coochie man

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  • LP - Muddy Waters Audio

    3:47

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  • Muddy Waters & The Rolling Stones - Baby Please Dont Go

    11:03

    On 22 November 1981, in the middle of their mammoth American tour, the Rolling Stones arrived in Chicago prior to playing 3 nights at the Rosemont Horizon.
    Long influenced by the Chicago blues, the band paid a visit to Buddy Guy's club the Checkerboard Lounge to see the legendary bluesman perform. It didn't take long before Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Ronnie Wood and Ian Stewart were joining in on stage and later Buddy Guy and Lefty Dizz also played their part. It was a unique occasion that was fortunately captured on camera.
    Now, restored from the original footage and with sound mixed and mastered by Bob Clearmountain, this amazing blues night is being made available in an official release for the first time.

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  • OCEAN ALLEY - MUDDY WATER

    4:31

    Directed, Filmed & Edited by The Sauce

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    12th Feb 2021 | Fortitude Music Hall, Brisbane (18+) - [SOLD OUT]
    13th Feb 2021 | Fortitude Music Hall, Brisbane (LIC.AA)
    5th March 2021 | Fremantle Arts Centre, Fremantle (18+)
    12th March 2021 | Thebarton Theatre, Adelaide (LIC.AA)
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  • Muddy Waters & The Rolling Stones - Hoochie Coochie Man

    4:18

    On 22 November 1981, in the middle of their mammoth American tour, the Rolling Stones arrived in Chicago prior to playing 3 nights at the Rosemont Horizon. Long influenced by the Chicago blues, the band paid a visit to Buddy Guy's club the Checkerboard Lounge to see the legendary bluesman perform. It didn't take long before Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Ronnie Wood and Ian Stewart were joining in on stage and later Buddy Guy and Lefty Dizz also played their part. It was a unique occasion that was fortunately captured on camera.

    Now, restored from the original footage and with sound mixed and mastered by Bob Clearmountain, this amazing blues night is being made available in an official release for the first time.

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  • Muddy Waters - Got My Mojo Workin

    4:32

    Blues Masters 1966 Canadian TV

  • Muddy Waters - Hoochie Coochie Man

    3:46

    Music video by Muddy Waters performing Hoochie Coochie Man (Live).

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  • LP - Muddy Waters Live Session

    4:31

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    Dopo il successo di Lost On You, il nuovo EP Death Valley il binomio tormentone estivo/musica usa e getta, per una volta è stato abbattuto. Non per mezzo di un'ascia, ma semmai di un ukulele, una folta chioma e una voce piacevolmente arrugginita: LP (al secolo Laura Pergolizzi) ci è riuscita con il capolavoro dell'estate 2016 Lost On You. La ricetta della formula magica è scritta nel DNA di una canzone che non ha proprio nulla a che fare con il profilo classico del tormentone da spiaggia. Lost On You è un brano intimista, riflessivo, toccante e andrà certamente oltre un fenomeno di stagione, come solo il tempo dimostrerà.

    Se ancora non conoscete questo brano, evidentemente le vostre vacanze sono state al di fuori del Sistema Solare. Vi forniamo alcuni numeri per spiegarvi un successo incontrastato, per una canzone che è rimasta tre settimane consecutive ai vertici delle classifiche radiofoniche.

    Lost On You, il brano più suonato dalle radio italiane è Disco di Platino certificato F.I.M.I., medaglia d'oro nella classifica di iTunes Top Brani, primo nella classifica Airplay Radio, Top 10 Airplay TV, primo nella classifica Top 100 di Shazam Italia, quinto nella Top 10 Shazam Mondo e Top 30 Spotify.

    A suggello del trionfo dell'artista dalle origini italiane nata a Huntington, Long Island (ovvero New York), il 23 settembre esce l'EP Death Valley, in anteprima su iTunes dal 23 Settembre.

    Quattro brani inediti a cui si aggiunge la fortunata Lost On You.

    Ogni singolo brano è la conferma di un talento cristallino, di una artisticità capace di raggiungere le vette delle classifiche senza le scorciatoie del compromesso. E dalla cima vertiginosa di un successo estivo, grazie a Death Valley, LP riscende a valle, con tutta la maturità di una cantautrice immune alle inebrianti vertigini da alta classifica.

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  • Muddy Waters - Rolling Stone

    3:01

    Muddy Waters performed Rolling Stone live at the Newport Jazz Festival.

  • Lp- Muddy Waters Lyrics

    4:26

  • Muddy Waters Greatest Hits playlist || Best Songs Of Muddy Waters playlist

    1:29:58

    Muddy Waters Greatest Hits playlist || Best Songs Of Muddy Waters playlist (MP4/HD)

  • Muddy Waters - Hoochie Coochie Man

    2:54

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  • Champagne & Reefer

    4:37

    Provided to YouTube by Sony Music Entertainment

    Champagne & Reefer · Muddy Waters

    King Bee

    ℗ 1981 Sony Music Entertainment

    Mixing Engineer, Producer: Johnny Winter
    Composer: M. Morganfield
    Engineer, Mixing Engineer: Dave Still
    Guitar: Bob Margolin
    Guitar: Luther Johnson
    Mixing Engineer: Gregory Mann
    Drums: Willie Smith
    Mastering Engineer: Greg Calbi
    Piano: Pine Top Perkins
    Bass: Calvin Jones
    Harp: Jerry Portnoy

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  • muddy waters -- mississippi delta blues

    3:11

    muddy waters -- mississippi delta blues

  • Muddy Waters plays Manish Boy

    5:14

    In this clip from a 1971 performance, Muddy Waters and his band perform Manish Boy. From the DVD Muddy Waters In Concert 1971 produced by TopCat Records. More info at

  • Muddy Waters - Rollin Stone

    3:09

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  • Muddy Waters - Honey Bee

    3:07

    Find the full Beat-Club episode on iTunes!

  • Muddy Waters • Live In Montreal 1980

    58:37

    Muddy Waters • Live In Montreal 1980

  • Muddy Waters - You Cant Lose What You Aint Never Had

    2:58

    Muddy Waters - You Can't Lose What You Ain't Never Had

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  • LP - Muddy Waters #JAMINTHEVAN

    4:58

    LP - Muddy Waters Live at Jam in the Van HQ in Los Angeles, CA.

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  • Muddy Waters - Mannish Boy - 1971 Oregon

    5:25

    Muddy Waters - In Concert at Univ. of Oregon - 1971
    In this clip from a 1971 performance, Muddy Waters and his band perform Mannish Boy From the DVD Muddy Waters In Concert 1971 produced by TopCat Records.
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  • Muddy Waters - Baby Please Dont Go

    3:18

    Performed by Muddy Waters. Featuring Little Walter Jacobs on harp. Recorded in 1953.

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    Baby, please don't go
    Baby, please don't go
    Baby, please don't go, down to New Orleans
    You know I love you so

    Before I be your dog
    Before I be your dog
    Before I be your dog
    I get you way'd out here, and let you walk alone

    Turn your lamp down low
    Turn your lamp down low
    Turn your lamp down low
    I beg you all night long, baby, please don't go

    You brought me way down here
    You brought me way down here
    You brought me way down here
    'bout to Rolling Forks, you treat me like a dog

    Baby, please don't go
    Baby, please don't go
    Baby, please don't go, back the New Orleans
    I beg you all night long

    Before I be your dog
    Before I be your dog
    Before I be your dog
    I get you way'd out here, and let you walk alone

    You know your man down gone
    You know your man down gone
    You know your man down gone
    To the country farm, with all the shackles on

  • Muddy Waters - Full Concert - 07/29/71 - Ash Grove

    58:28

    Muddy Waters - Full Concert
    Recorded Live: 7/29/1971 - Ash Grove (Los Angeles, CA)

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    Setlist:
    0:00:00 - Intro / Walking in the Park
    0:02:29 - Honey Bee / Interview
    0:09:13 - Outside the Ash Grove
    0:10:01 - Backstage
    0:10:47 - Inside the Ash Grove / Backstage
    0:13:29 - Ash Grove Bar / Backstage / Warm-up
    0:21:15 - Hoochie Coochie Man
    0:25:02 - Blow Wind Blow
    0:29:03 - Strange Woman
    0:34:33 - Honey Bee
    0:38:59 - Walking Thru the Park
    0:42:37 - Long Distance Call
    0:48:45 - Got My Mojo Working
    0:54:57 - Closing Credits / Interview

  • I Am The Blues

    4:40

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    I Am The Blues · Muddy Waters

    After The Rain

    ℗ A Chess Records Release; ℗ 1969 UMG Recordings, Inc.

    Released on: 1969-05-12

    Associated Performer, Guitar, Vocals: Muddy Waters
    Associated Performer, Guitar: Pete Cosey
    Associated Performer, Bass Guitar: Louis Satterfield
    Associated Performer, Guitar: Phil Upchurch
    Associated Performer, Drums: Morris Jennings
    Associated Performer, Harmonica: Paul Oscher
    Associated Performer, Piano: Otis Spann
    Composer Lyricist: Willie Dixon

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  • Muddy Waters - Still A Fool

    3:20

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  • Muddy Waters Forty Days and Forty Nights

    3:02

    Classic Muddy Waters song. It's a horrible video but the song is just the best. I hope you enjoy it!

  • Muddy Waters - Mannish Boy

    5:24

    Muddy Waters performs Mannish Boy

  • Muddy Waters & The Rolling Stones - Mannish Boy - Live At Checkerboard Lounge

    10:19

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  • Muddy Waters - Im a Man .mp4

    3:55

    Original version of I'm a Man by the great Muddy Waters

  • Muddy Waters - I Am The Blues

    7:04

    After the Rain is a 1969 album by Muddy Waters, a follow-up to the previous years' Electric Mud and sharing many of the musicians from that album. Unlike Electric Mud, After the Rain contained mostly Waters' own compositions and the songs, while still distorted, are less overtly psychedelic.

  • Muddy Waters - Rollin Stone

    3:09

    Well, I wish I was a catfish,
    swimmin in a oh, deep, blue sea
    I would have all you good lookin women,
    fishin, fishin after me
    Sure 'nough, a-after me
    Sure 'nough, a-after me
    Oh 'nough, oh 'nough, sure 'nough

    I went to my baby's house,
    and I sit down oh, on her steps.
    She said, Now, come on in now, Muddy
    You know, my husband just now left
    Sure 'nough, he just now left
    Sure 'nough, he just now left
    Sure 'nough, oh well, oh well

    Well, my mother told my father,
    just before hmmm, I was born,
    I got a boy child's comin,
    He's gonna be, he's gonna be a rollin stone,
    Sure 'nough, he's a rollin stone
    Sure 'nough, he's a rollin stone
    Oh well he's a, oh well he's a, oh well he's a

    Well, I feel, yes I feel,
    feel that a low down time ain't long
    I'm gonna catch the first thing smokin,
    back, back down the road I'm goin
    Back down the road I'm goin
    Back down the road I'm goin
    Sure 'nough back, sure 'nough back

  • Howlin Wolf, Muddy Waters & Bo Diddley – The Super Super Blues Band

    44:20

    Howlin' Wolf, Muddy Waters & Bo Diddley – The Super Super Blues Band (Full Album)(1967)
    SIDE A
    Long Distance Call 00:00
    Written-By – McKinley Morganfield
    A2 Medley: Ooh Baby & Wrecking My Love Life 09:16
    Written-by [Ooh Baby] – E. McDaniel
    Written-by [Wrecking My Love Life] – C. James, K. McDaniel
    A3 Sweet Little Angel 15:52
    Written-By – Robert Nighthawk
    SIDE B
    B1 Spoonful 22:34
    Written-By – Willie Dixon
    B2 Diddley Daddy 26:50
    Written-By – E. McDaniel
    B3 The Red Rooster 32:00
    Written-By – Willie Dixon
    B4 Goin' Down Slow 39:30
    Written-By – James B. Oden

  • Muddy Waters - Shes Nineteen Years Old

    5:23

    Muddy Waters - She's Nineteen Years Old
    Tune from the 1979 album: Muddy Mississipi Waters - Live. Muddy Waters: Vocal, Slide Guitar; Luther Guitar Jr. Johnson, guitar; Calvin Jones: bass; Jerry Portnoy: harp; Willie Big Eyes Smith: drums. Lyrics: Muddy Waters.

  • Muddy Waters - Going Down Slow - ChicagoFest 1981

    8:56



    In August of 1981, when the undisputed king of Chicago blues headlined ChicagoFest —
    then the Windy City's top outdoor music festival — for two nights, his loyal subjects mobbed Navy
    Pier on the lakefront to hear one of the greatest innovators the idiom had ever produced.

    Muddy Waters led the charge in the late 1940s and early '50s to electrify Delta blues in an
    urban setting. His peerless combo would include such future stars as ace guitarist Jimmy Rogers,
    harmonica virtuoso Little Walter and piano wizard Otis Spann. But Muddy was always at the center
    of the action. His gruff, authoritative vocal delivery and slashing slide guitar define the purest form
    of postwar Chicago blues. Waters' charisma was as immense as his musical vision.

    Born April 4, 1915, in Issaquena County, Mississippi, McKinley Morganfield learned the
    blues while sharecropping on Stovall Plantation. One guitarist particularly influenced him. I never
    seen a man could play at that time as good as Son House, to me. With that big voice he had, he could
    sing, said Muddy. He was preachin' the blues then, and I thought he was the best in the world.

    In late August of 1941 musicologists Alan Lomax and John Work rolled into Coahoma
    County in search of rural gospel and blues talent. They made field recordings of Muddy, with Lomax
    returning the next year to cut more. But those were for the Library of Congress. It was only after
    Muddy migrated north in 1943 that he pursued a career as a professional bluesman.

    As soon as I decided to leave, my mind said, 'Go to Chicago!' he recounted. So I
    came. Pianist Sunnyland Slim introduced Muddy to Leonard Chess, then with the fledgling
    Aristocrat label, in 1947. Waters cut a few small combo sides for the label before reverting to his
    Delta slide attack the following year on I Can't Be Satisfied and I Feel Like Going Home, his
    first hit. When I did them two sides, that's the sides they went nuts over, said Waters.

    I had a band in less than a week, Muddy remembered. Mojo Buford — he was with
    me before, the harp player — said, 'I'll get you some boys that'll cook just like that.' He called in
    about two or three days. He said, 'I'm gonna bring 'em over and let you listen to 'em.' Just that fast,
    I had a band! Buford was joined by guitarists John Primer and Rick Kreher, pianist Lovie Lee,
    bassist Earnest Johnson and drummer Ray Allison. They all instinctively understood Muddy's
    groove.

    After Mannish Boy gets the festivities off to a rousing start, Muddy counts off romping
    shuffles for the ChicagoFest throng, rolling through Jimmy Reed's You Don't Have To Go, Big
    Joe Williams' Baby Please Don't Go, Slim Harpo's I'm A King Bee and his own 1955 gem
    Trouble No More. For the luxuriantly downbeat They Call Me Muddy Waters, he peels off a
    slide solo that makes the hair on the nape of your neck stand up in silent salute.

    In the midst of his rollicking Walking Thru The Park, Muddy brings out fleet-fingered
    guitar wizard Johnny Winter, producer of his 1977 comeback album Hard Again. We met back
    in the '60s in Austin, Texas, recalled Muddy. He was one of the young white kids who was really
    deep into it. Johnny sings Going Down Slow before Waters blasts out a swaggering She's
    Nineteen Years Old, boasting another jaw-dropping slide ride. Winter takes over again vocally for
    a grinding You've Got To Love Her With A Feeling that morphs into Five Long Years when
    local luminary Mighty Joe Young strolls up to the mic, Big Twist following that with a few special
    lyrics for the occasion. Muddy brings it all to a close with a rousing Got My Mojo Working.

    To stay with this music, you got to live with it. Sometimes you might be a little hungry,
    but you got to stay with it. I've been where I couldn't get the right food a lot of times. My icebox
    wasn't full, you know? said Muddy, who passed away not long after this show on April 30, 1983.
    I'm glad it was like that. So when I got to the point that I could get what I want, I think I enjoyed it
    better.

    It's hard to tell who enjoyed those two evenings at ChicagoFest more — the crowd, his
    pals onstage or Muddy himself.

    — Bill Dahl

    Research Materials
    Can't Be Satisfied: The Life And Times Of Muddy Waters, by Robert Gordon
    (Boston & New York: Little, Brown and Co., 2002)

    Spinning Blues Into Gold: The Chess Brothers And The Legendary Chess Records, by Nadine Cohodas
    (New York: St. Martin's Press, 2000)

    The Complete Muddy Waters Discography, by Phil Wight and Fred Rothwell
    (Cheshire, England: Blues and Rhythm Pub.)

    Joel Whitburn's Top R&B Singles 1942--1988, by Joel Whitburn
    (Menomonee Falls, WI: Record Research Inc., 1988)

    The Official Muddy Waters Web site:

  • Muddy Waters - Rock Me

    3:12

    ???? Trouble No More (Singles 1955-1959)

  • Muddy Waters - I Am The Blues

    4:42

  • Muddy Waters - Long Distance Call

    6:34

    Long Distance Call - performed by the Muddy Waters band
    Muddy Waters In Concert - 1971

    Muddy Waters Band:
    Muddy Waters: guitar, vocals
    George Harmonica Smith: Harmonica
    Pinetop Perkins: Piano
    Sammy Lawhorn: guitar
    Pee Wee Madison: guitar
    Calvin Fuzz Jones: bass
    Willie Big Eyes Smith: drums

  • Muddy Waters - Evil

    2:28

    evil AND a natural born lover!

  • The Band & Muddy Waters - Mannish Boy LIVE San Francisco 76

    4:34

    Extrait de The Last Waltz de Martin Scorsese sorti en 1978. Ce film retrace le concert d'adieu du groupe canadien The Band qui se déroula le 25 novembre 1976 au Winterland Ballroom de San Francisco.

  • Muddy Waters - Champagne and Reefer HQ

    4:43

    This is one of the few songs Muddy actually wrote himself (most of them being composed and written by the great late Willie Dixon). This is one of his trademark songs in juicy quality, released in 1981. Couldnt find it on youtube so I uploaded it for ya

  • Muddy Waters & The Rolling Stones - Live At The Checkerboard Lounge Chicago 1981 sampler video

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    Muddy Waters & The Rolling Stones - Live At The Checkerboard Lounge Chicago 1981

    Performers: Muddy Waters (vocals, guitar); Mick Jagger (vocals); Keith Richards (guitar); Ronnie Wood (guitar); Ian Stewart (piano); Buddy Guy (vocals, guitar); Lefty Dizz (vocals, guitar); Junior Wells (harmonica, vocals); George Mojo Buford (harmonica); Lovie Lee (piano); Earnest Johnson (bass); Ray Allison (drums); John Primer (guitar); Rick Kreher (guitar); Nick Charles (bass)

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  • Aretha Franklin - muddy water

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    Another great song sung by the great Aretha Franklin :)

  • The Band & Muddy Waters - Caldonia

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    Blues at its most.

  • Muddy Waters - They Call Me Muddy Waters - ChicagoFest 1981

    6:34



    In August of 1981, when the undisputed king of Chicago blues headlined ChicagoFest —
    then the Windy City's top outdoor music festival — for two nights, his loyal subjects mobbed Navy
    Pier on the lakefront to hear one of the greatest innovators the idiom had ever produced.

    Muddy Waters led the charge in the late 1940s and early '50s to electrify Delta blues in an
    urban setting. His peerless combo would include such future stars as ace guitarist Jimmy Rogers,
    harmonica virtuoso Little Walter and piano wizard Otis Spann. But Muddy was always at the center
    of the action. His gruff, authoritative vocal delivery and slashing slide guitar define the purest form
    of postwar Chicago blues. Waters' charisma was as immense as his musical vision.

    Born April 4, 1915, in Issaquena County, Mississippi, McKinley Morganfield learned the
    blues while sharecropping on Stovall Plantation. One guitarist particularly influenced him. I never
    seen a man could play at that time as good as Son House, to me. With that big voice he had, he could
    sing, said Muddy. He was preachin' the blues then, and I thought he was the best in the world.

    In late August of 1941 musicologists Alan Lomax and John Work rolled into Coahoma
    County in search of rural gospel and blues talent. They made field recordings of Muddy, with Lomax
    returning the next year to cut more. But those were for the Library of Congress. It was only after
    Muddy migrated north in 1943 that he pursued a career as a professional bluesman.

    As soon as I decided to leave, my mind said, 'Go to Chicago!' he recounted. So I
    came. Pianist Sunnyland Slim introduced Muddy to Leonard Chess, then with the fledgling
    Aristocrat label, in 1947. Waters cut a few small combo sides for the label before reverting to his
    Delta slide attack the following year on I Can't Be Satisfied and I Feel Like Going Home, his
    first hit. When I did them two sides, that's the sides they went nuts over, said Waters.

    I had a band in less than a week, Muddy remembered. Mojo Buford — he was with
    me before, the harp player — said, 'I'll get you some boys that'll cook just like that.' He called in
    about two or three days. He said, 'I'm gonna bring 'em over and let you listen to 'em.' Just that fast,
    I had a band! Buford was joined by guitarists John Primer and Rick Kreher, pianist Lovie Lee,
    bassist Earnest Johnson and drummer Ray Allison. They all instinctively understood Muddy's
    groove.

    After Mannish Boy gets the festivities off to a rousing start, Muddy counts off romping
    shuffles for the ChicagoFest throng, rolling through Jimmy Reed's You Don't Have To Go, Big
    Joe Williams' Baby Please Don't Go, Slim Harpo's I'm A King Bee and his own 1955 gem
    Trouble No More. For the luxuriantly downbeat They Call Me Muddy Waters, he peels off a
    slide solo that makes the hair on the nape of your neck stand up in silent salute.

    In the midst of his rollicking Walking Thru The Park, Muddy brings out fleet-fingered
    guitar wizard Johnny Winter, producer of his 1977 comeback album Hard Again. We met back
    in the '60s in Austin, Texas, recalled Muddy. He was one of the young white kids who was really
    deep into it. Johnny sings Going Down Slow before Waters blasts out a swaggering She's
    Nineteen Years Old, boasting another jaw-dropping slide ride. Winter takes over again vocally for
    a grinding You've Got To Love Her With A Feeling that morphs into Five Long Years when
    local luminary Mighty Joe Young strolls up to the mic, Big Twist following that with a few special
    lyrics for the occasion. Muddy brings it all to a close with a rousing Got My Mojo Working.

    To stay with this music, you got to live with it. Sometimes you might be a little hungry,
    but you got to stay with it. I've been where I couldn't get the right food a lot of times. My icebox
    wasn't full, you know? said Muddy, who passed away not long after this show on April 30, 1983.
    I'm glad it was like that. So when I got to the point that I could get what I want, I think I enjoyed it
    better.

    It's hard to tell who enjoyed those two evenings at ChicagoFest more — the crowd, his
    pals onstage or Muddy himself.

    — Bill Dahl

    Research Materials
    Can't Be Satisfied: The Life And Times Of Muddy Waters, by Robert Gordon
    (Boston & New York: Little, Brown and Co., 2002)

    Spinning Blues Into Gold: The Chess Brothers And The Legendary Chess Records, by Nadine Cohodas
    (New York: St. Martin's Press, 2000)

    The Complete Muddy Waters Discography, by Phil Wight and Fred Rothwell
    (Cheshire, England: Blues and Rhythm Pub.)

    Joel Whitburn's Top R&B Singles 1942--1988, by Joel Whitburn
    (Menomonee Falls, WI: Record Research Inc., 1988)

    The Official Muddy Waters Web site:

  • Corrina , Corrina - Muddy Waters , Boogie Woogie Memphis - Memphis Slim , Highway 49 - Howlin Wolf

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    Corrina , Corrina - Muddy Waters

    Boogie Woogie Memphis - Memphis Slim

    Highway 49 - Howlin' Wolf



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    here's one from there...
    Chicago Blues Masters, Volume 1: Muddy Waters And Memphis Slim




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  • Muddy Waters - My Fathers Place Old Roslyn. 1979

    59:12

    1. Dennis McNamara Intro
    2. Instrumental
    3. Walking The Blues
    4. Muddy intro
    5. Nine Below Zero
    6. They Call Me Muddy Waters
    7. Walkin' Thru The Park
    8. Got My Mojo Working
    9. Mannish Boy (I'm A Man)
    10. Muddy Waters & Johnny Winter outro jam
    crowd noise

    Encore:
    11. Kansas City Here I Come
    12. Bare-Footin'

  • Muddy Waters - Worried Mind

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  • Muddy Waters - Strange Woman

    5:08

    Muddy Waters

    ***NO COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT INTENDED***ALL RIGHTS GO TO THE ARTIST'S RESPECTIVE LABEL***I DO NOT OWN THIS SONG!***FOR ENTERTAINMENT PURPOSES ONLY***I DON'T OWN ANYTHING!!***

  • Muddy Waters - I Feel Like Going Home

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