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Muddy Waters – The Blues Collection Vol. 11 – Chicago Blues (1995)

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Muddy Waters – The Blues Collection Vol. 11 – Chicago Blues (1995)

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01. Baby, Please Don't Go
02. Soon Forgotten
03. Corinne, Corinna
04. After Hours
05. Howlin' Wolf
06. Junior Shuffle
07. I'm Your Hoochie Coochie Man
08. Floyd's Guitar Blues
09. J. P.'s Boogie
10. Goin' Down Slow
11. What's The Matter With The Mill?

 

Muddy Waters (born April 4, 1915, Rolling Fork, Miss., U.S.died April 30, 1983, Westmont, Ill.) U.S. blues guitarist and singer. He grew up in the cotton country of Mississippi and taught himself harmonica as a child. He later took up guitar, eagerly absorbing the classic delta blues styles of Robert Johnson and Son House. He was first recorded in 1941 by archivist Alan Lomax ( John Lomax). In 1943 he moved to Chicago; there he broke with the country blues style by playing over a heavy dance rhythm, adopting the electric guitar and adding piano and drums while retaining a moan-and-shout vocal style and lyrics that were by turns mournful, boastful, and risqu. The result came to be known as urban blues, from which sprang in large part later forms such as rock music and soul music. A surge in interest in the roots of popular music in the early 1960s brought Waters widespread fame, and he performed internationally into the 1970s. --- Britannica.com

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