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Playlist of Muddy Waters & George Harmonica Smith

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  • Walkin Thru the Park

    3:56

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    Walkin' Thru the Park · Muddy Waters

    Hard Again

    ℗ 2004 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT

    Guitar, Producer: Johnny Winter
    Composer, Lyricist: McKinley Morganfield
    Guitar: Bob Margolin
    Drums: Willie Big Eyes Smith
    Piano: Pinetop Perkins
    Bass: Charles Calmese
    Harp: James Cotton

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  • George Harmonica Smith juke

    3:09

    George Harmonica Smith covers littel walter s juke

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  • Teardrops Are Falling by George Harmonica Smith

    9:20

    only for an acquaintance

  • Mannish Boy - Muddy Waters blues harmonica cover

    2:33

    Watch my harmonica lesson for this song, click the link:


    Mannish Boy (Muddy Waters). Hakan Ehn plays Hohner Marine Band DeLuxe harmonica in B.

    Harmonica played through Shure Beta 58A microphone. Vocals through JJ Labs Sweden BMD950 Pro microphone. Both mics connected into Boss recording studio.

    Boss BR-1200CD, digital recording studio:
    Effects, distortion, bass & drums patterns, recording.

    .

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  • George Harmonica Smith - Roaming

    7:06

    from Arkansas Trap
    probably my favorite slow blues song right now

  • GEORGE HARMONICA SMITH - Teardrops Are Falling

    8:51

    George Harmonica Smith - Vocals & harmonica
    Buddy Reed - Guitar
    Jerry Smith - Bass
    Roger Rotoli - Drums

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  • George Harmonica Smith - Help Me

    3:23

    George 'Harmonica' Smith - Help Me.
    Album: ...Of The Blues/1969.

    If you liked it, I suggest you to buy the album.
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  • Muddy Waters , Willie Dixon , Otis Spann , Blues Jam . 1966.

    5:19

    Muddy Waters , Willie Dixon , Otis Spann , Blues Jam . 1966.

  • T-Bone Walker, Big Joe Turner, Otis Spann & George Harmonica Smith - Blues Jam

    11:00

    From the Super Black Blues LP. Recorded in the USA, on October 17, 1969.

    Band:Big Joe Turner (vocals), T-Bone Walker (vocals, guitar), Otis Spann (piano), George 'Harmonica' Smith (harp), Ernie Watts (tenor sax), Ron Brown (bass), Arthur Right (guitar) and Paul Humphrey (drums).

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  • Muddy Waters Blues Band - Chicken Shack

    6:10

    Live @ The Fillmore - 6th November, 1966.

    With the fantastic George Harmonica Smith & Luther Snake Boy Johnson on lead guitar.


    This song was uploaded for educational purposes. All the rights to the original authors and performers. Enjoy.

  • Bo Diddley & Muddy Waters & Little Walter Super Blues full album..db

    46:47

    I do not have the rights of the songs, nor the claim ..
    Just love blues...db..(track list on vid..) enjoy ...

  • Walkin Thru The Park

    2:45

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    Walkin' Thru The Park · Muddy Waters

    The Real Folk Blues

    ℗ 1958 Geffen Records

    Released on: 1966-01-01

    Associated Performer, Vocalist: Muddy Waters
    Associated Performer, Harmonica: James Cotton
    Associated Performer, Guitar: Pat Hare
    Associated Performer, Guitar: Luther Tucker
    Associated Performer, Piano: Otis Spann
    Associated Performer, Bass: Andrew Stephenson
    Associated Performer, Drums: Francis Clay
    Producer: Leonard Chess
    Producer: Phil Chess
    Composer Lyricist: McKinley Morganfield

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  • George Harmonica Smith - Boogien With George 1982

    37:37

    George Harmonica Smith - Boogie'n With George ( Full Album ) 1982
    A1.Sunbird Written-By – G. Smith
    A2.Going Down Slow Written-By – James Oden
    A3.Chicago City Written-By – G. Smith
    A4.44 Written-By – Chester Burnett
    A5.Peg O' My Heart
    B1.Astatic Stomp Written-By – Rob Murray, Rod Piazza
    B2.Manish Boy Written-By – Willie Dixon
    B3.Bad Start Written-By – G. Smith
    B4.Boogie'n With George Written-By – G. Smith
    B5.I Left My Heart Written-By – D. Cross , G. Cory
    Bass – Bill Stuve (tracks: A1 to A4, B1 to B4)
    Drums – Bill Swartz (tracks: A1 to A4, B1 to B4)
    Engineer – Austin McCoy
    Executive Producer – Rob Murray
    Guitar – Doug MacLeod (tracks: A5, B5), Junior Watson (tracks: A1 to A4, B1 to B4)
    Harmonica – Rod Piazza (tracks: B1)
    Photography By – Dwain Pautsch
    Piano – Honey Alexander (tracks: A1 to A4, B1 to B4)
    Producer – Rod Piazza
    Vocals, Harmonica – George Smith (4)
    Recorded April, 1982, Watts, California
    ????❤ ???? Murray Brothers Records ...

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  • George Harmonica Smith - Telephone Blues

    3:05

    Little George Smith - The Modern Masters - If anyone knows the session players please comment.

  • Muddy Waters - Hoochie Coochie Man - Cambridge 1966

    3:06

    Muddy Waters - Live In Cambridge
    Club 47 Cambridge, MA(08/24/1966)
    (Digitally Restored)
    Muddy Waters - Vocals, Guitar
    Otis Spann - Piano, Vocals
    George Harmonica Smith - Harp, Vocals
    Sammy Lawhorn - Guitar, Vocals
    Luther Johnson - Guitar, Vocals
    Francis Clay - Drums
    Mac Arnold - Bass, Vocals

  • Muddy Waters Blues Band - Chicken Shack

    5:39

    Live @ The Fillmore - 5th November, 1966.

    With the fantastic George Harmonica Smith & Luther Snake Boy Johnson on lead guitar.


    This song was uploaded for educational purposes. All the rights to the original authors and performers. Enjoy.

  • Luther Johnson and the Muddy Waters Blues Band Chicken Shack

    3:02

    I do not own the copyright to this recording so if it needs to be removed, I will remove it. This video is for educational purposes only

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    aka Back At The Chicken Shack

    Composed by Jimmy Smith

    Luther Snake Boy Johnson:Guitar

    Muddy Waters:Guitar

    Sammy Lawhorn:Guitar

    George Mojo Buford:Harmonica

    Otis Spann:Piano

    Francis Clay:Drums

    Recorded at Impact Sound Studio New York City, N.Y. September, 1967

    Originally issued on the 1969 album Luther Johnson & Muddy Waters Blues Band:Chicken Shack (Douglas 701) (LP)

    This recording taken from the 1974 album (of the same title) (Muse 5021) (LP)

  • George Harmonica Smith - Woke up this mornin

    7:39

    George Harmonica Smith Woke up this mornin'

  • Muddy Waters & B.B.King - The Thrill Is Gone

    4:36

    Taken From Concert: 30th May 1973
    Track: The Thrill Is Gone

    Source: FM Stereo SBD
    Enjoy this show!

    ◇Muddy Waters Blues Band;
    Willy Smith (drums)
    George Mojo Buford (harp)
    Calvin Jones (bass)
    Hollywood Fats (guitar)
    Pinetop Perkins (piano)

  • George Harmonica Smith - Arkansas Trap 1970

    37:44

    George Harmonica Smith - Arkansas Trap ( Full Album Vinyl ) 1970
    A1. McComb, Mississippi - Part 1 0:00
    A2. Situation Blues 1:57
    A3. Roaming 5:33
    A4. Blue Fog 12:34
    A5. On My Mind 16:34
    B1. Viola B. 19:06
    B2. Monkey On A Limb 21:33
    B3. Trying To Hide The Things I Do 25:55
    B4. Fire Exit 28:38
    B5. She's Coming Home To Stay 33:06
    B6. McComb, Mississippi - Part 2 36:04

    Arranged By -- Bacon Fat
    Arranged By, Guitar, Electric Piano -- Gregg Schaefer (tracks: B2)
    Bass Guitar -- Jerry Smith
    Drums -- Dick Innes Jnr.
    Engineer -- Derek Varnals
    Engineer [Assistant] -- Heather Jeynes
    Guitar -- Buddy Reed
    Piano, Electric Piano, Vocals [Second Voice] -- James David Nicholson (tracks: B4)
    Producer, Percussion, Arranged By -- Mike Vernon
    Vocals, Harmonica, Arranged By -- Allen George Harmonica Smith


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  • George Harmonica Smith - Blowin The Blues

    4:19

    George Harmonica Smith

  • George Harmonica Smith

    3:54

    Well folks heres a really good film on George harmonica Smith ,I looked and there was nothing on George so i put this up as a tribute to this Legend , Hope nobody gets mad , i put all credits at end of video , Big thanks to Richard Chalk and Toby Byron !!!

  • Kingstone Miless Blues - George Harmonica Smith

    2:56

    Kingstone Miles's Blues - George Harmonica Smith

  • Big Jay McNeely feat. George Harmonica Smith You Dont Have To Go

    3:01

    I do not own the copyright to this recording. This video is for historical and educational purposes only.

    Composed by Mathis James Reed

    Big Jay McNeely:Tenor Sax

    Everett Hurley:Trumpet

    John Streamline Ewing:Trombone

    George Smith:Harmonica

    Either Arthur Wright or Unknown:Guitar

    Fred Thompson:Organ

    Either Bob or Dillard McNeely:Bass

    Ramon Martinez:Drums

    Recorded late 1962 at Cisco's, Hermosa Beach, CA.

    Originally issued on the 1963 album Big Jay McNeely Recorded Live At Cisco's (Warner Brothers WS 1523) (LP)

    This recording taken from the album West Coast Blues Harmonica (El Segundo ESR 01004) (CD) (Year of release unknown)

  • Muddy Waters - The Lost Tapes Live

    52:29

    Muddy Waters – The Lost Tapes Live(1971)

    (*) Recoded at Washington University 1971
    (**) Recorded at Oregon University 1971
    Tracklist:
    0:00 Honey Bee (*)
    5:20 (I’m Your) Hoochie Coochie Man (*)
    9:06 Walkin’ Thru The Park (*)
    13:40 Trouble No More (*)
    16:03 Just To Be With You (*)
    21:06 Muddy’s Introduction To 19 Years Old (*)
    21:59 She’s Nineteen Years Old (*)
    32:08 Long Distance Call (**)
    38:38 Mannish Boy (**)
    44:04 Crawling King Snake (**)
    47:39 Got My Mojo Working (**)

    Band:
    Muddy Waters: Vocals / Guitar
    Pinetop Perkings: Piano
    Pee Wee Madison: Guitar
    MadisonSammy Lawhorn: : Guitar
    George Harmonica Smith: Harp
    Calvin “Fuzz” Jones: Bass
    Willie “Big Eyes” Smith: Drums

  • Phillip Walker & George Harmonica Smith ~ Mississippi River Blues Live 1979

    6:46

    Modern Electric Harmonica Chicago Blues 1979
    Live In Japan
    George ''Harmonica'' Smith on harmonica vocals
    Enjoy , my friends !!!
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  • George Harmonica Smith - juke - Leavin Chicago

    7:20

    George'' Harmonica'' Smith - April 22, 1924 Helena , Arkansas - October 2, 1983 Los Angeles - juke (Tribute Little Walter) - Leavin' Chicago (Live)

  • Forty Days And Forty Nights

    4:20

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    Forty Days And Forty Nights (Live/Fillmore 11/05/1966) · Muddy Waters

    Authorized Bootleg - Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco Nov. 4-6 1966

    ℗ 2009 Geffen Records and Wolfgang's Vault

    Released on: 2009-01-01

    Associated Performer, Vocalist: Muddy Waters
    Associated Performer, Harmonica: George Harmonica Smith
    Associated Performer, Guitar: Luther Johnson
    Associated Performer, Guitar: Sammy Lawhorn
    Associated Performer, Bass: Mac Arnold
    Associated Performer, Drums: Francis Clay
    Composer Lyricist: Bernard Roth

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  • George Harmonica Smith,Got my mojo working

    3:17

  • Muddy Waters & Paul Butterfield - Why Are People Like That?

    3:33

    Why Are People Like That? by Bobby Charles from The Muddy Waters Woodstock Album (1975). Paul Butterfield plays harmonica on this track.

    The Muddy Waters Woodstock Album - Of all the post-Fathers & Sons attempts at updating Muddy's sound in collaboration with younger white musicians, this album worked best because they let Muddy be himself, producing music that compared favorably to his concerts of the period, which were wonderful. His final album for Chess (recorded at Levon Helm's Woodstock studio, not in Chicago), with Helm and fellow Band-member Garth Hudson teaming up with Muddy's touring band, it was a rocking (in the bluesy sense) soulful swansong to the label where he got his start. Muddy covers some songs he knew back when (including Louis Jordan's Caldonia and Let The Good Times Roll), plays some slide, and generally has a great time on this Grammy-winning album. This record got lost in the shuffle between the collapse of Chess Records and the revival of Muddy's career under the auspices of Johnny Winter, and was forgotten until 1995. The CD contains one previously unreleased number, Fox Squirrel.

  • George Harmonica Smith - Mississippi River Blues

    9:17

    George Smith - harmonica, vocal
    Pee Wee Crayton - guitar
    J.D. Nicholson - piano
    Jerry Smith - bass
    Dick Innes - drums

  • Muddy Waters - Live In Chicago 1979

    1:13:45

    Muddy Waters – Live in Chicago 1979

    Tracklist:
    0:00 Last nite
    7:12 Harry's groove
    11:55 Instrumental with spoken intro by Muddy Waters
    14:01 Nine below zero
    19:20 Baby please don't go
    23:49 They call me Muddy Waters
    29:41 Everything's gonna be alright
    33:41 Manish boy
    38:50 Lonesome in my bedroom
    43:27 Corinne Corinna
    47:36 Kansas city
    55:28 Caldonia
    1:01:38 Long distance call
    1:08:35 Hold it
    1:09:42 Got my mojo working (Encore)

  • Situation Blues - George Harmonica Smith

    3:41

    Situation Blues - George Harmonica Smith

  • Muddy Waters - Shes Nineteen Years Old

    7:46

    Live 1971

    The Band :

    - vocals & guitar : Muddy Waters
    - mouthharp : George 'Harmonica' Smith
    - guitar : Peewee Madison ( 1st solo )
    - guitar : Sammy Lawhorn ( 2nd solo )
    - piano : William 'Pinetop' Perkins
    - bass : Calvin 'Fuzz' Jones
    - drums : George 'Big Eyes' Smith

  • George Harmonica Smith - Now You Can Talk About Me Full Album

    45:48

  • Muddy Waters w Otis Spann - Country Boy

    4:03

    Concert for RTF in France 1964. Muddy Waters - vcl gtr; Otis Spann - piano; Ransom Knowling - bass; Willie 'Big Eyes' Smith - drums.

  • George Harmonica Smith-Got My Mojo Working

    4:10

    Got My Mojo Working

  • Muddy Waters - Louisiana Blues - Cambridge 1966

    4:12

    Muddy Waters - Louisiana Blues Live In Cambridge
    Club 47 Cambridge, MA(08/24/1966)
    (Digitally Restored)
    Muddy Waters - Vocals, Guitar
    Otis Spann - Piano, Vocals
    George Harmonica Smith - Harp, Vocals
    Sammy Lawhorn - Guitar, Vocals
    Luther Johnson - Guitar, Vocals
    Francis Clay - Drums
    Mac Arnold - Bass, Vocals

  • Got My Mojo Working - George Harmonica Smith

    3:31

    Got My Mojo Working - George Harmonica Smith

  • Chicago City

    4:34

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    Chicago City · George Smith

    Now You Can Talk About Me

    ℗ 1998 BLIND PIG RECORDS

    Released on: 1998-09-15

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  • Georges Blues - George Harmonica Smith

    3:16

    George's Blues - George Harmonica Smith

  • George Harmonica Smith sittin in with the Muddy Waters Band - Got My Mojo Working, 1971

    4:44

    Rare video.

  • Pinetops Boogie Woogie

    4:59

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    Pinetop's Boogie Woogie (Live) · Muddy Waters

    Muddy Mississippi Waters Live (Legacy Edition)

    ℗ 2003 Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

    Released on: 2003-09-02

    Producer: Johnny Winter
    Composer, Lyricist: Clarence Pinetop Smith
    Guitar: Luther Guitar Junior Johnson
    Guitar: Bob Margolin
    Drums: Willie Big Eyes Smith
    Piano: Pinetop Perkins
    Bass: Calvin Jones
    Harmonica: Jerry Portnoy

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  • Got My Mojo Working - Muddy Waters LIVE 1971

    5:42

    Got My Mojo Working - Performed by the Muddy Waters Band - LIVE 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

  • George Harmonica Smith - Old Ugly Man Like Me

    3:13

    George 'Harmonica' Smith - Old Ugly Man Like Me
    rec. November 25, 1966 in New York City, NY; George 'Harmonica' Smith, voc, hca; Otis Spann, p; Samuel Lawhorn, g; Main Stream (Muddy Waters, prob. does not play on all LP tracks), g; Luther 'Georgia Boy' Johnson, b; Francis Clay, dr
    ... this recording first published on and taken from Spivey LP 1008 (US 1966) The Bluesmen of the Muddy Waters Chicago Blues Band, later re-released on P-Vine PCD-93206 (Jp 2009), same title

    photographer: Len Kunstadt

    Spivey Records discography at
    George 'Harmonica' Smith discography at
    Otis Spann discography at
    Muddy Waters discography at
    Luther 'Georgia Boy' Johnson discography at

  • George Harmonica Smith - Manish Boy

    4:39

    From '' Boogie'n With George ''
    Label: Murray Brothers Records ‎– MB 1001
    Format: Vinyl, LP
    Country: US
    Released: 1982

    Tracklist
    A1 Sunbird
    Written-By – George Smith
    A2 Going Down Slow
    Written-By – James B. Oden
    A3 Chicago City
    Written-By – George Smith
    A4 44
    Written-By – Chester Burnett
    A5 Peg O' My Heart
    B1 Astatic Stomp
    Written-By – Rob Murray, Rod Piazza
    B2 Manish Boy
    Written-By – Willie Dixon
    B3 Bad Start
    Written-By – George Smith
    B4 Boogie'n With George
    Written-By – George Smith
    B5 I Left My Heart
    Written-By – Douglass Cross, George Cory

    Vocals, Harmonica – George Smith
    Piano – Honey Alexander (tracks: A1 to A4, B1 to B4)
    Harmonica – Rod Piazza (tracks: B1)
    Guitar – Doug MacLeod (tracks: A5, B5), Junior Watson (tracks: A1 to A4, B1 to B4)
    Drums – Bill Swartz (tracks: A1 to A4, B1 to B4)
    Bass – Bill Stuve (tracks: A1 to A4, B1 to B4)

    Engineer – Austin McCoy
    Executive Producer – Rob Murray
    Producer – Rod Piazza

    Photography By – Dwain Pautsch

    Recorded April, 1982, Watts, California

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    Mannish Boy is a blues standard first recorded by Muddy Waters in 1955.
    It is an arrangement of (and an answer song to) Bo Diddley's I'm a Man (which in turn was inspired by Waters' and Willie Dixon's Hoochie Coochie Man).
    Mannish Boy features a repeating stop-time figure on one chord throughout the song and is credited to Waters, Mel London, and Bo Diddley.

    Muddy Waters versions

    The original version of Mannish Boy was recorded in Chicago on May 24, 1955, under the title Manish Boy.
    Accompanying Muddy Waters on vocals and guitar were Jimmy Rogers on guitar, Junior Wells on harmonica, Fred Below on drums, and an un-identified female chorus.
    The original version was the only recording done by Muddy Waters between January 1953 and June 1957 that did not feature Little Walter on harmonica and was one of few studio recordings with Junior Wells.

    Muddy Waters recorded several versions of Mannish Boy during his career.
    In 1968, he recorded it for the Electric Mud album in Marshall Chess' attempt to attract the rock market.
    After he left Chess, he recorded it for the 1977 Hard Again album which was produced by Johnny Winter.
    The song also was included on the live album Muddy Mississippi Waters - Live (1979).

    Charts and accolades

    The song reached #5 during a stay of six weeks in the Billboard R&B chart.
    The song was Muddy Waters only chart appearance on the UK Singles Chart peaking at #51.

    In 1986, Muddy Waters' original Mannish Boy was inducted into the Blues Hall of Fame Classics of Blues Recordings category.
    It was also included in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame's list of the 500 Songs that Shaped Rock and Roll.
    Mannish Boy is ranked #229 in Rolling Stone magazine's list of the 500 Greatest Songs of All Time.

    Cover versions

    A cover by Jimi Hendrix appears on the compilation album Blues.

    Paul Butterfield covered the song in 1986 on his album The Legendary Paul Butterfield Rides Again.

    It was covered by Hindu Love Gods in their album of the same name.

    The song also appears on The Bocephus Box, a three-CD box set by Hank Williams, Jr., released in 2000.

    Elliott Murphy covered it in 2005 on Murphy gets Muddy.

    The Rolling Stones have often incorporated this song, among other blues standards, into their live set, and it can be heard on the albums Love You Live and Rarities 1971-2003.

    Wolfmother did a cover of the song for their special edition version of Cosmic Egg.

    Black Stone Cherry performed a heavier version along with Hoochie Coochie Man in October 2009 at Rockaplast in Germany.

    It was further rearranged in the 2003 Martin Scorsese documentary film series titled The Blues.
    In the fifth film, titled Godfathers and Sons and directed by Marc Levin, Mannish Boy was redone by The ElectriK Mud Kats (a.k.a. The Electric Mud Band, Muddy Waters' backing group from his album Electric Mud) with vocals by hip hop artists Chuck D, Common & Kyle Jason.

    Roger Daltrey performed a cover of the song on Jools Holland's New Years show on December 31, 2010.

    A version of the song recorded by Erykah Badu was featured in an H&M TV advert in spring 2011.

    Aerosmith performed the song on The Howard Stern Show on January 13, 1995.

  • 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

  • Big Mama Thornton, Muddy Waters, Big Joe Turner, George Harmonica Smith - LIVE IN CONCERT

    56:10

    Big Mama Thornton, Muddy Waters, Big Joe Turner, George Harmonica Smith - LIVE IN CONCERT - 1971 University of Oregon - from DVD Gunsmoke Blues

  • Gunsmoke Blues --- Muddy Waters, Big Mama Thornton, Big Joe Turner, George Harmonica Smith

    1:16:52

    Gunsmoke Blues --- Muddy Waters, Big Mama Thornton, Big Joe Turner, George Harmonica Smith

    During a production hiatus of the popular TV Show Gunsmoke, the film crew decided to take off and film a barnstorming blues revue making it’s way across the country and they ended up in Eugene, OR with cameras rolling to film Muddy Waters, Big Mama Thornton, Big Joe Turner and George Harmonica Smith as they performed in a music hall. Date: October 20, 1971.

    Setlist:
    1. Big Mama Thornton - Early One Morning
    2. Big Mama Thornton - Ball And Chain
    3. George Harmonica Smith - Juke
    4. George Harmonica Smith - Leaving Chicago
    5. Big Joe Turner - Hide And Seek
    6. Big Joe Turner - Shake, Rattle And Roll
    7. Muddy Waters - Mannish Boy
    8. Muddy Waters - Long Distance Call
    9. Muddy Waters - (I'm Your) Hoochie Coochie Man
    10. Muddy Waters - Got My Mojo Working
    11. Muddy Waters, Big Mama Thornton, Big Joe Turner, George Harmonica Smith - So Long

    12. Big Mama Thornton - Hound Dog
    13. Muddy Waters - She's Nineteen Years Old
    14. Muddy Waters - Walking Thru The Park

    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 & George Harmonica Smith - Walking thru the park, 1971

    4:32

    Muddy Waters & George Harmonica Smith - Walking thru the park, 1971

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