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Playlist of Pat Hare with the Muddy Waters Band

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  • Muddy Waters - Muddy Waters Sings Big Bill - Remastered 2016

    28:16

    Videocover of Muddy Waters' Remastered Album: Muddy Waters Sings Big Bill
    Remastered 2016

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  • Muddy Waters - My Home Is in the Delta

    4:01

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  • Take The Bitter With The Sweet

    3:07

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    Take The Bitter With The Sweet · Muddy Waters

    Anthology

    ℗ 1959 Geffen Records

    Released on: 2001-08-28

    Associated Performer, Vocals: Muddy Waters
    Associated Performer, Harmonica: James Cotton
    Associated Performer, Piano: Otis Spann
    Associated Performer, Guitar: Pat Hare
    Associated Performer, Bass: Andrew Stephenson
    Associated Performer, Drums: Francis Clay
    Producer: Phil Chess
    Producer: Leonard Chess
    Producer: Willie Dixon
    Composer Lyricist: James B. Oden

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  • Bonus Pay - Original

    2:11

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    Bonus Pay - Original · Pat Hare

    Sun Records - The Blues Years, 1950 - 1958 CD8

    ℗ 2006 Charly Records

    Released on: 2006-04-14

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  • Muddy Waters I Live The Life I Love

    2:51

    Muddy Waters- guitar, vocals; James Cotton- harmonica; Otis Spann- piano; Pat Hare, Robert Lockwood Jr.- guitar; Willie Dixon- bass; S.P. Leary- drums.
    (Song by W. Dixon)

    (Chess, 1956)

  • Muddy Waters - Deep Down In My Heart

    3:06

    Muddy Waters with Deep Down In My Heart from from Muddy Waters - You Shook Me: The Chess Masters, Vol. 3 1958 to 1963. This album has music recorded during the time that recording companies were changing over from 45's to album formats. Personnel includes: Otis Spann, James Cotton, Willie Dixon, A.C. Reed, Matt Murphy, Little Walter, Pat Hare, Andrew Stephenson & Muddy Waters.

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  • Evil

    2:20

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    Evil · Muddy Waters

    The Chess Box

    ℗ 1957 Geffen Records

    Released on: 1989-11-07

    Producer: Leonard Chess
    Producer: Phil Chess
    Associated Performer, Vocalist: Muddy Waters
    Associated Performer, Piano: Otis Spann
    Associated Performer, Bass Guitar: Willie Dixon
    Associated Performer, Drums: Francis Clay
    Associated Performer, Saxophone: Marcus Johnson
    Associated Performer, Tenor Saxophone: Unknown
    Associated Performer, Guitar: Pat Hare
    Associated Performer, Harmonica: James Cotton
    Composer Lyricist: Muddy Waters

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  • Muddy Waters - Mud In Your Ear

    31:40

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    Vinyl Rip From The Original LP (1967)

    01.DIGGIN' MY POTATOES [0:00]
    02.WATCH DOG [3:04]
    03.STING IT [5:57]
    04.WHY'D YOU DO ME [8:24]
    05.NATURAL WIG [11:45]
    06.MUD IN YOUR EAR [14:57]
    07.EXCUSE ME BABY [18:16]
    08.SAD DAY UPTOWN [20:18]
    09.TOP OF THE BOOGALOO [24:06]
    10.LONG DISTANCE CALL [27:46]

    MUDDY WATERS : guitar
    SAMMY LANGHORNE : guitar
    LUTHER JOHNSON : guitar, vocals
    GEORGE MOJO BUFORD : harmonica, vocals
    OTIS SPANN : piano
    FRANCIS CLAY : drums

  • James Cotton - My Baby

    2:25

    Sun Records 1954 B/W Straighten up Baby
    James Cotton - Vocal
    Tom Roane - Tenor Saxophone
    Harvey Simmons - Tenor Saxophone
    Pat Hare - Guitar
    Billy Love - Piano
    Kenneth Banks - Bass
    Houston Stokes - Drums

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  • Sun Im Gonna Murder My Baby - 1 Pat Hare

    2:55

    STUDIO SESSION FOR PAT HARE
    AT THE MEMPHIS RECORDING SERVICE FOR SUN RECORDS 1954

    SUN RECORDING STUDIO
    706 UNION AVENUE, MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE
    SUN SESSION: FRIDAY MAY 14, 1954
    SESSION HOURS: UNKNOWN
    PRODUCER AND RECORDING ENGINEER - SAM C. PHILLIPS

    Back in 1941 when Doctor Clayton recorded ''Cheating And Lying Blues'', his murder threat was lighthearted and the lyrics were intentionally funny. Even without knowing the tragic coda in which life imitated art, nothing about this record was funny. Hare was not a great vocalist, but this is distinguished by his guitar solo and his psychopathic rewrite of Clayton's song. As recorded, it could almost be court evidence. In the light of what transpired interjections like ''Gonna kill her tomorrow'' are chilling. Violence probably lay close to the surface in hare's life. His guitar-shredder style seems to imply as much. Jim Dickinson once said that Pat Hare played guitar like he was in Hell. Some of his cohorts from the good days in Memphis remembered him quite differently, but others remembered a mean drunk who was capable of committing the act prefigured in this recording. (CE) (HD)

    I'M GONNA MURDER MY BABY
    (CHEATIN' AND LYIN' BLUES) - B.M.I. - 2:54
    Composer: - Clayton
    Publisher: - Copyright Control
    Matrix number: - None - Take 1 - Not Originally Issued
    Recorded: - May 14, 1954
    Released: - 1973
    First appearance: - 1986 Charly Records (LP) 33rpm Sunbox 105 mono
    SUN RECORDS - THE BLUES YEARS 1950 - 1956
    Reissued: March 8, 2013 Bear Family Records (CD) 500/200rpm BCD 17310 JK-5-26 mono
    THE SUN BLUES BOX 1950 - 1958

    Name (Or. No. Of Instruments)
    Auburn Pat Hare - Vocal and Guitar
    Billy Love - Piano
    Unknown - Bass
    Israel Franklin - Drums

    © - 706 UNION AVENUE SESSIONS - ©

  • Otis Spann with Muddy Waters & His Band ~ Tribute To Martin Luther King

    12:22

    Modern Piano Chicago Blues
    Enjoy , my friends !!!
    Track List
    ''Hotel Lorraine'' , ''Blues For Martin Luther King''
    ''Tribute To Martin Luther King''
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  • A History of the BLUES - Muddy Waters - Forty Days And Forty Nights

    2:55

    A History of the BLUES - Muddy Waters - Forty Days And Forty Nights


    Forty Days and Forty Nights is a blues song recorded by Muddy Waters in 1956. Called a big, bold record, it was a hit, spending six weeks in the Billboard R&B chart, where it reached number seven.Forty Days and Forty Nights has been interpreted and recorded by a variety of artists.

    Forty Days and Forty Nights is a midtempo blues song with an irregular number of bars written by Bernard Roth (who also wrote Muddy Waters' Just to Be with You). An early review called it a dramatic piece of material with effective lyrics.

    Forty days and forty nights, since my baby left this town
    Sun shinin' all day long, but the rain keep falling down
    She's my life I need her so, why she left I just don't know

    Backing Muddy Waters (vocals) are Little Walter (harmonica), Willie Dixon (bass), possibly Fred Below or Francis Clay (drums), Pat Hare (guitar), and Jimmy Rogers or Hubert Sumlin (second guitar). The song was recorded during Pat Hare's first recording session with Waters and Hare's crunching power chords rippled with distortion that was well suited for blues in the rock and roll explosion.

    The song was one of Waters' last charting singles and appears on several of his compilation albums, including the 1965 album The Real Folk Blues. He later recorded Forty Days and Forty Nights for the 1969 Fathers and Sons album and the Authorized Bootleg: Live at the Fillmore Auditorium November 4–6, 1966 album released in 2009.

  • Muddy Waters - I Got My Brand On You

    4:51

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  • Close To You

    3:06

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    Close To You · Muddy Waters

    The Chess Box

    ℗ 1958 Geffen Records

    Released on: 1989-11-07

    Producer: Leonard Chess
    Producer: Phil Chess
    Producer, Associated Performer, Bass Guitar: Willie Dixon
    Associated Performer, Vocalist: Muddy Waters
    Associated Performer, Piano: Otis Spann
    Associated Performer, Drums: Francis Clay
    Associated Performer, Piano, Guitar: Pat Hare
    Associated Performer, Harmonica: James Cotton
    Composer Lyricist: Willie Dixon

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  • Muddy Waters - Going Home

    3:01

    Going Home was a 1962 45 release. This isn't how we traditionally think of music from Muddy Waters. You Shook Me: The Chess Masters Vol. 3, 1958 to 1963 has the recordings that bridge his early Delta blues & his electric, Chicago Blues. This music was very popular on the juke boxes of the times. Enjoy! Personnel includes: Personnel includes: Otis Spann, James Cotton, Willie Dixon, A.C. Reed, Matt Murphy, Little Walter, Pat Hare, Andrew Stephenson & Muddy Waters.

  • Muddy Waters - Brown Skin Woman

    2:59

    Muddy Waters with Leroy Carr's Brown Skin Woman from Muddy Waters - You Shook Me: The Chess Masters, Vol. 3 1958 to 1963. This album has music recorded during the time that recording companies were changing over from 45's to album formats. Personnel includes: Otis Spann, James Cotton, Willie Dixon, A.C. Reed, Matt Murphy, Little Walter, Pat Hare, Andrew Stephenson & Muddy Waters.

  • Muddy Waters - Five Long Years

    2:44

    This is Muddy Waters with Eddie Boyd's Five Long Years from Muddy Waters - You Shook Me: The Chess Masters, Vol. 3: 1958 to 1963. This album has music recorded during the time that recording companies were changing over from 45's to album formats. Personnel includes: Otis Spann, James Cotton, Willie Dixon, A.C. Reed, Matt Murphy, Little Walter, Pat Hare, Andrew Stephenson & Muddy Waters.

  • Pat Hare - I m Gonna Murder My Baby

    3:09

    “I'm Gonna Murder My Baby”, Performed & Composed by Pat Hare
    Cd: Various Artists Big Bad Blues, 1995

    The song is heard in the “open credits of the rare cult movie Black Hearts Bleed Red (1992) (Director: Jeri Cain Rossi, Writers: Flannery O'Connor (story), Jeri Cain Rossi (screenplay) Genre: Short, Horror, Serial Killer, etc.).

    Auburn Pat Hare (1930 - 1980) was an American Memphis electric blues guitarist and singer. His power chord-driven electric guitar music is considered an important precursor to heavy metal music.
    In May of '54, Sam Phillips decided to record Pat Hare under his own name.
    James Cotton was scheduled to play harmonica on the session but the two got into a fist fight that day, and Cotton disappeared. Instead, Hare is backed up by Israel Franklin on bass and Billy Love on piano on the two tunes. The first is a monstrous reading of Dr. Clayton's Cheatin' & Lyin' Blues, re-titled on the tape box “I'm Gonna Murder My Baby”, it was and still is, one of the most foreboding and ominous recordings in the entire blues canon, along with Bonus Pay which is actually a cover of Eddie Cleanhead Vinson's Ain't Gonna Be That Way. Phillips chose not to release Hare's disc which would not be heard until it slipped out on a bootleg on the Redita label in 1976, and later appeared on Charley Records' Sun Blues Box in the eighties.
    Like Robert Johnson said the few who heard I'm Gonna Murder My Baby knew it was something special and they all told someone else who told someone else and eventually it would become something of an underground blues hit amongst hardcore fans and collectors. Perhaps helped along by the way history would play itself out (he murder his girlfriend the same year).

    Το τραγούδι “I'm Gonna Murder My Baby” ακούγεται στα “open credits” της πολύ σπάνιας cult ταινίας Hearts Bleed Red (1992).

    Ο Auburn Pat Hare (1930 - 1980) ήταν ένας Αμερικάνος κιθαρίστας (ηλεκτρική κιθάρα) και τραγουδιστής της μπλουζ από το Μέμφις. Θεωρείται ότι το δυνατό και σκληρό του παίξιμο ήταν ένας σημαντικός προάγγελος της heavy metal.
    Τον Μάιο του '54, ο Sam Phillips αποφάσισε να ηχογραφήσει τον Pat Hare με το όνομά του. Είχε προγραμματιστεί ο James Cotton να παίξει φυσαρμόνικα, αλλά υπήρξε μία έντονη αψιμαχία (κοινώς «ήλθαν στα χέρια») εκείνη την ημέρα, και ο Cotton εξαφανίστηκε.
    Αντ 'αυτού, ο Pat Hare έπαιξε με τον Israel Franklin στο μπάσο και τον Billy Love στο πιάνο σε δύο τόνους. Ο πρώτος είναι μία προκλητική ανάγνωση του Cheatin' & Lyin' Blues του Dr. Clayton μετονομασμένο στο tape-box με τον τίτλο “I'm Gonna Murder My Baby”, το οποίο ήταν και εξακολουθεί να είναι, μία από τις πιο δυσοίωνες ηχογραφήσεις σε ολόκληρο το μουσικό φάσμα του μπλουζ (μαζί με το Bonus Pay, το οποίο στην πραγματικότητα είναι μια διασκευή του Ain't Gonna Be That Way του Eddie Cleanhead Vinson).
    Ο Phillips επέλεξε να μην κυκλοφορήσει ο δίσκος του Pat Hare, όπου και τελικά δεν ήταν εύκολο κάποιος να τον ακούσει, μέχρι που τελικά η εταιρία Redita το έβαλε σε μία συλλογή της το 1976, και στη δεκαετία του 80 η Charley Records το συμπεριέλαβε σε μία άλλη συλλογή με τίτλο Sun Blues Box.
    Όπως, είπε ο Robert Johnson οι λίγοι που άκουσαν το “I'm Gonna Murder My Baby” ήξεραν ότι ήταν κάτι το ιδιαίτερο και από στόμα σε στόμα όλοι είπαν ότι θα γινόταν ένα από τα πιο underground blues των σκληροπυρηνικών οπαδών της μουσικής αυτής και των συλλεκτών. Ίσως βοήθησε και η προσωπική ιστορία του Pat Hare αργότερα (καθώς μέσα στην επόμενη χρονιά δολοφόνησε την κοπέλα του).

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  • I Love The Life I Live

    2:52

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    I Love The Life I Live (I Live The Life I Love) · Muddy Waters

    The Chess Box

    ℗ 1957 Geffen Records

    Released on: 1989-11-07

    Producer: Leonard Chess
    Producer: Phil Chess
    Producer, Associated Performer, Bass Guitar: Willie Dixon
    Associated Performer, Harmonica: James Cotton
    Associated Performer, Guitar: Jimmy Rogers
    Associated Performer, Guitar: Pat Hare
    Associated Performer, Piano: Otis Spann
    Associated Performer, Drums: Francis Clay
    Composer Lyricist: Willie Dixon

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  • Murder my baby Pat Hare

    2:58

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  • Muddy Waters & Otis Spann - Blow Wind Blow

    3:15

    Muddy Waters & Otis Spann - Blow Wind Blow
    rec. July 23, 1964 at the Folk Festival in Newport, RI; Muddy Waters, voc, g; Otis Spann, p
    ... this recording first published on and taken from Vanguard 3VCD193/95-2 (US 2001) Newport Folk Festival - Best of the Blues 1959-68

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  • Im Gonna Murder My Baby - Original

    2:58

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    I'm Gonna Murder My Baby - Original · Pat Hare

    Sun Records - The Blues Years, 1950 - 1958 CD8

    ℗ 2006 Charly Records

    Released on: 2006-04-14

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  • James Cotton, Muddy Waters and Otis Spann - One More Mile To Go

    3:56

    sad blues song

    -uploaded in HD at

  • I Wont Go On

    2:55

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    I Won't Go On · Muddy Waters

    Hoochie Coochie Man: Complete Chess Masters

    ℗ 1958 Geffen Records

    Released on: 2004-12-01

    Producer: Phil Chess
    Producer: Leonard Chess
    Associated Performer, Vocalist: Muddy Waters
    Associated Performer, Piano: Otis Spann
    Associated Performer, Bass Guitar: Willie Dixon
    Associated Performer, Drums: Francis Clay
    Associated Performer, Guitar: Pat Hare
    Associated Performer, Harmonica: James Cotton
    Composer Lyricist: James Oden

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  • Rock Me

    3:12

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    Rock Me · Muddy Waters

    The Chess Box

    ℗ 1957 Geffen Records

    Released on: 1989-11-07

    Producer: Leonard Chess
    Producer: Phil Chess
    Producer, Associated Performer, Bass Guitar: Willie Dixon
    Associated Performer, Harmonica: James Cotton
    Associated Performer, Guitar: Jimmy Rogers
    Associated Performer, Guitar: Pat Hare
    Associated Performer, Piano: Otis Spann
    Associated Performer, Drums: Francis Clay
    Composer Lyricist: McKinley Morganfield

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  • All Aboard

    2:55

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    All Aboard · Muddy Waters

    Hoochie Coochie Man: Complete Chess Masters

    ℗ A Geffen Records Release; ℗ 1956 UMG Recordings, Inc.

    Released on: 2004-12-01

    Producer: Leonard Chess
    Producer: Phil Chess
    Associated Performer, Harmonica: Little Walter
    Associated Performer, Harmonica: James Cotton
    Associated Performer, Guitar: Jimmy Rogers
    Associated Performer, Guitar: Pat Hare
    Associated Performer, Bass Guitar: Willie Dixon
    Associated Performer, Drums: Francis Clay
    Composer Lyricist: McKinley Morganfield

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  • Pat Hare

    2:08

    STUDIO SESSION FOR PAT HARE
    AT THE MEMPHIS RECORDING SERVICE FOR SUN RECORDS 1954

    SUN RECORDING STUDIO
    706 UNION AVENUE, MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE
    SUN SESSION: FRIDAY MAY 14, 1954
    SESSION HOURS: UNKNOWN
    PRODUCER AND RECORDING ENGINEER - SAM C. PHILLIPS

    ''Bonus Pay'' although not titled as such on its initial release (it originally appeared as Ain't Gonna Be That Way on Charly Records Sun LP 1061, this is Hare's version of Eddie ''Cleanhead'' Vinson's 1946 Mercury single. In comparison with much of his earlier work the guitar solo is quite restrained, although it certainly features Hare's fondness for over-amplification to the point of distortion. Perhaps the major problem here is that Hare was constrained by having to sing and play guitar fills at the same time - i.e. without the benefit of latter-day overdubbing techniques. (CE) (HD)

    BONUS PAY (AIN'T GONNA BE THAT WAY) - B.M.I. - 2:07
    Composer: - Eddie Vinson
    Publisher: - Cherio Music
    Matrix number: - None - Not Originally Issued
    Recorded: - May 14, 1954
    Released: - 1990
    First appearance: Rounder Records (CD) 500/200rpm Rounder CD SS 38-13 mono
    MYSTERY TRAIN
    Reissued: - 1996 Charly Records (CD) 500/200rpm CDSUNBOX 7-8-2 mono
    SUN RECORDS - THE BLUES YEARS 1950 - 1958

    Name (Or. No. Of Instruments)
    Auburn Pat Hare - Vocal and Guitar
    Billy Love - Piano
    Unknown - Bass
    Israel Franklin – Drums

    © - 706 UNION AVENUE SESSIONS - ©

  • Muddy Waters - Real Love

    2:39

    with Otis Spann and Pat Hare

  • Muddy Waters - Muddy Waters Twist

    1:50

    Muddy Water with John T. Brown's Muddy Waters Twist. Muddy as we don't get to hear him very often. This is from the compilation album, You Shook Me: The Chess Masters, Vol. 3: 1958 to 1963, which is a combination of several 45's, Muddy Waters Sings Big Bill Broonzy & Muddy Waters at Newport. Personnel: Otis Spann, James Cotton, Willie Dixon, A.C. Reed, Matt Murphy, Little Walter, Pat Hare, Andrew Stephenson, Muddy Waters, and others. Enjoy...

  • All Aboard

    2:51

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    All Aboard · Muddy Waters

    Muddy & The Wolf

    ℗ A Geffen Records Release; ℗ 1956 UMG Recordings, Inc.

    Released on: 1974-03-01

    Producer: Leonard Chess
    Producer: Phil Chess
    Associated Performer, Harmonica: Little Walter
    Associated Performer, Harmonica: James Cotton
    Associated Performer, Guitar: Jimmy Rogers
    Associated Performer, Guitar: Pat Hare
    Associated Performer, Bass Guitar: Willie Dixon
    Associated Performer, Drums: Francis Clay
    Composer Lyricist: McKinley Morganfield

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  • Muddy Waters feat. Sunnyland Slim - Lonesome Day

    3:27

    This is Muddy Waters with Sunnyland Slim on Lonesome Day from Rare and Unissued first released in 1984. It has had numerous re-issues. The music is recorded from 1947-1960. Personnel: Muddy Waters (vocals, guitar); Leroy Foster (guitar, drums); Tampa Red, Jimmy Rogers, Pat Hare (guitar); Alex Atkins (alto saxophone); Marcus Johnson (tenor saxophone); Little Walter, Junior Wells, James Cotton (harmonica); Sunnyland Slim, Little Johnny Jones, Otis Spann (piano); Ernest Big Crawford, Ransom Knowling, Willie Dixon, Andrew Stephenson (bass); Odie Payne, Elgin Evans, Fred Below, Fracis Clay, Willie Smith (drums).

  • James Cotton - Cotton Crop Blues

    3:10

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  • James Cotton Cotton Crop Blues SUN 206

    3:10

    May 14, 1954 in Memphis, TN; James Cotton, voc, # perc; Mose Vinson, p; Pat Hare, g; John Bowers, dr

  • Muddy Waters I Won Go On.wmv

    3:06

    rec. c.January 1958 in Chicago, IL; Muddy Waters, voc, g; James Cotton, hca; Otis Spann, p; Pat Hare, g; Willie Dixon, b; prob. Fred Below, dr

  • Pat Hare

    1:20

  • Muddy Waters - Walking Thru The Park

    2:43

    Muddy Waters singing his song Walking Thru The Park which was recorded in 1958. The liner notes mentions that the song issues a warning against a well armed girlfriend drawn from the 'real folk blues' vocabulary. Personnel: James Cotton - harmonica, Otis Spann - piano, Pat Hare & Luther Tucker - guitar, Andrew Stephenson - bass, Francis Clay - drums. Enjoy...

  • Shes Nineteen Years Old

    3:19

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    She's Nineteen Years Old · Muddy Waters

    The Chess Box

    ℗ 1958 Geffen Records

    Released on: 1989-11-07

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

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  • Come Home Baby, I Wish You Would

    2:54

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    Come Home Baby, I Wish You Would · Muddy Waters

    Hoochie Coochie Man: Complete Chess Masters

    ℗ 1957 Geffen Records

    Released on: 2004-12-01

    Producer: Leonard Chess
    Producer: Phil Chess
    Associated Performer, Vocalist: Muddy Waters
    Associated Performer, Piano: Otis Spann
    Associated Performer, Bass Guitar: Willie Dixon
    Associated Performer, Drums: Francis Clay
    Associated Performer, Saxophone: Marcus Johnson
    Associated Performer, Tenor Saxophone: Unknown
    Associated Performer, Guitar: Pat Hare
    Composer Lyricist: McKinley Morganfield

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  • Pat Hare - Im Gonna Murder My Baby

    2:55

    Heavily distorted power chords , creating a grittier, nastier, more ferocious electric guitar sound, accomplished by turning the volume knob on his amplifier all the way to the right until the speaker was screaming.
    According to the album liner notes, I'm Gonna Murder My Baby is doubly morbid because he did just that. In December 1963, Hare shot his girlfriend dead and also shot a policeman who came to investigate.

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  • Southbound Train Lonesome Road Blues - Muddy Waters

    5:58

    Dois clássicos do Big Bill Broonzy, maravilhosamente interpretados por Muddy Waters.

    Muddy Waters: vcl, sld
    James Cotton: hca
    Pat Hare: gtr
    Otis Spann: pno
    Adrew Stepheson: bs
    France Clay: drs

    Chicago - 1959

  • Take The Bitter With The Sweet

    3:07

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    Take The Bitter With The Sweet (Stereo Version) · Muddy Waters

    You Shook Me - The Chess Masters, Vol. 3, 1958 To 1963

    ℗ 1959 Geffen Records

    Released on: 2012-12-18

    Associated Performer, Vocals: Muddy Waters
    Associated Performer, Harmonica: James Cotton
    Associated Performer, Piano: Otis Spann
    Associated Performer, Guitar: Pat Hare
    Associated Performer, Bass: Andrew Stephenson
    Associated Performer, Drums: Francis Clay
    Producer: Phil Chess
    Producer: Leonard Chess
    Producer: Willie Dixon
    Composer Lyricist: James B. Oden

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  • Pat Hare, Bonus pay

    2:19

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  • Ballad of Pat Hare

    4:54

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    Ballad of Pat Hare · Mississippi MacDonald · The Cottonmouth Kings

    American Accent

    ℗ 2015 Mississippi MacDonald

    Released on: 2015-04-27

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  • Cotton Crop Blues

    2:58

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    Cotton Crop Blues · James Cotton

    Cotton Crop Blues / Hold Me in Your Arms

    ℗ Sun Entertainment Corporation

    Released on: 1954-01-01

    Composer: James Cotton

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  • Pat Hare

    4:45

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  • 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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  • Muddy Waters Band, Got My Mojo Working---Live at Newport Jazz Festival, July 3 1960

    7:08

    Legendary song and a legendary Concert.
    The original footage has been edited, using the original Chess stereo live recording, by the producers of the DVD Muddy Waters Classic concerts (please consider buying it, money well spent).
    Muddy was definitely the real King of Blues.

    The Band:
    Pat Hare (Guitar)
    Otis Spann (Piano)
    James Cotton (Harmonica)
    Andrew Stephenson (Bass)
    Francis Clay (Drums)

  • Pat Hare Im Gonna Murder My Baby

    2:58

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

    Composed by Auburn Hare

    Auburn Pat Hare:Vocals & Guitar

    Billy Red Love:Piano

    Israel Franklin:Drums

    Recorded at Sun Records Studios, 706 Union Avenue, Memphis, TN. May 14, 1954

    Originally issued on the 1970's album 706 Blues (Redita LP 111) (LP) (Holland)

    This recording taken from the 1997 CD Big Bad Blues:25 Sun Blues Classics Volume 1

  • Muddy Waters Ft. Otis Spann / James Cotton / Pat Hare - At Newport 1960 - Remastered 2014

    35:03

    Videocover of Muddy Waters' Remastered Album: At Newport 1960.
    Remastered 2014

  • Pat Hare with the Muddy Waters Band - Evil

    2:17

    RIP - A tribute to Pat Hare and Muddy Waters. Like the song suggests wicked guitar playing by Pat. Recorded June 1957 in Chicago.

    This video is for entertainment and educational purposes only. There is no monetary reward or recognition to the video creator attached to it.

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