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The Best of Muddy Waters (180g Semi-Transparent Brown Vinyl)

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Format:
Long Play Vinyl
No of Discs:
1
Availability:
Available
Release Date:
17-04-2020
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Barcode:
8436559467643
Packaging:
Slip Sleeve (CD or Vinyl)
Catalog Number:
950692
Best Of  (LP) (180g Semi-Transparent Brown Vinyl)
Best Of  (LP) (180g Semi-Transparent Brown Vinyl)

Description

WAXTIME IN COLOUR

NEW COLLECTION OF COLORED CLASSIC LPs - LIMITED EDITION 180 GRAM VINYL EACH LP HAS ITS OWN UNIQUE STICKER!

THE BEST OF MUDDY WATERS + 4 BONUS TRACKS! (COLOUR VINYL - METALIC BROWN)

This album contains a dozen of Muddy Waters most successful recording for Chess Records, including 'Hoochie Coochie Man' and 'I Just Want To Make Love To You', both of which became the staple repertoire of British blues bands and mod scene during the 60s.

MUDDY WATERS, vocals & guitar On all tracks, plus: A1: Little Walter (harmonica), Jimmy Rogers (guitar), Willie Dixon (bass), Otis Spann (piano), Elgin Evans or Fred Below (drums). Recorded in Chicago, April 13, 1954. A2, A4 & A8: Little Walter (harmonica), Ernest "Big" Crawford (bass). Recorded in Chicago, January 23, 1951. A3 & A7: Little Walter (harmonica), Ernest "Big" Crawford (bass). Recorded in Chicago, October 23, 1950. A5: Ernest "Big" Crawford (bass), probably Elgin Evans (drums). Recorded in Chicago, February 1950. A6: Little Walter (harmonica), Jimmy Rogers (guitar), Willie Dixon (bass), Otis Spann (piano), Elgin Evans or Fred Below (drums). Recorded in Chicago, September 1954. B1 & B7: Little Walter (harmonica), Jimmy Rogers (guitar), Willie Dixon (bass), Otis Spann (piano), Elgin Evans or Fred Below (drums). Recorded in Chicago, January 7, 1954. B2: Little Walter (harmonica), Len Chess (bass). Recorded in Chicago, July-December 1951. B3: Little Walter (harmonica), Jimmy Rogers (guitar), Otis Spann (piano), Elgin Evans (drums). Recorded in Chicago, September 24, 1953. B4: Junior Wells (harmonica), Jimmy Rogers (guitar), Elgin Evans (drums). Recorded in Chicago, September 17, 1952. B5: Little Walter (harmonica), Len Chess (bass drum). Recorded in Chicago, July 11, 1951. B6 & B8: Ernest "Big" Crawford (bass), Sunnyland Slim (piano). Recorded in Chicago, 1948.

Tracks

  1. Name
  2. I Just Want To Make Love To You [Aka Just Make Love To Me]
  3. Long Distance Call
  4. Louisiana Blues
  5. Honey Bee
  6. Rollin' Stone
  7. I'm Ready
  8. Evans Shuffle
  9. Too Young To Know
  10. (I'm Your) Hoochie Coochie Man
  11. She Moves Me
  12. I Want You To Love Me [Aka Mad Love]
  13. Standing Around Crying
  14. Still A Fool
  15. I Can't Be Satisfied
  16. She's So Pretty
  17. I Feel Like Going Home
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