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Muddy Waters – I Got My Brand On You The 1956-1962 Studio Recordings (2013)

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01 – Got My Mojo Working [00:02:50]
02 – Forty Days And Forty Nights [00:03:03]
03 – Walking Thru The Park [00:02:45]
04 – I Got My Brand On You [00:02:19]
05 – Crawlin’ Kingsnake [00:02:30]
06 – She’s Into Something [00:02:46]
07 – Blues Before Sunrise [00:02:41]
08 – Mean Mistreater [00:02:47]
09 – Mopper’s Blues [00:02:53]
10 – Just A Dream (On My Mind) [00:02:31]
11 – I Feel So Good [00:02:55]
12 – Love Affair [00:02:47]
13 – Recipe For Love [00:02:57]
14 – Hey, Hey [00:02:42]
15 – Take The Bitter With The Sweet [00:03:06]
16 – Southbound Train [00:02:54]
17 – Double Trouble [00:02:47]
18 – Woman Wanted [00:02:51]
19 – Read Way Back [00:02:37]
20 – I’m Your Doctor [00:02:16]
21 – Tiger In Your Tank [00:02:14]
22 – Meanest Woman [00:02:18]
23 – Real Love [00:02:40]
24 – Messin’ With The Man [00:02:19]
25 – Muddy Waters Twist [00:01:52]
26 – You Shook Me [00:02:43]
27 – You Need Love [00:02:46]

Muddy Waters - Guitar, Vocals
Boyd Atkins - Sax (Tenor)
Fred Below - Drums
Francis Clay - Drums
James Cotton - Harmonica
Willie Dixon - Bass
Al Duncan - Drums
Pat Hare - Guitar
Earl Hooker - Guitar
George Hunter - Drums
Earnest Johnson - Bass
Marcus Johnson - Sax (Tenor)
Casey Jones - Drums
Lafayette Leake - Piano
Little Walter - Harmonica
Bobby Little - Drums
Matt "Guitar" Murphy - Guitar
Milton Rector - Bass
A.C. Reed - Sax (Tenor)
Jimmy Rogers - Guitar
Willie "Big Eyes" Smith - Drums, Vocals
Otis Spann - Piano
Andrew Stephenson - Bass
Hubert Sumlin - Guitar
Luther Tucker - 	Guitar
Johnny "Big Moose" Walker – Organ

 

Muddy Waters created the template for modern electric blues, and most of rock as well, during his famous association with Chicago's Chess Records in the late '50s and early '60s. This single-disc set collects some of Waters' most essential and signature tracks, many of which were produced by Willie Dixon, whose behind-the-scenes presence at Chess also helped usher in the age of modern blues. The rest is history, as they say. ---Steve Leggett, Rovi

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