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    Muddy Waters - recordings

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    You will find various information for each song listed. It may be in depth comments on the recording of the song (but there at not too many of these). You may find reference to CDs including the recording, books and videos where it is included, information on guitar tuning, key, chord progressions, etc. But for some, you will find nothing but the title. It all depends on how much information I have on this specific recording. (You can help me improve this by sending information.)

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    Muddy Waters, or McKinley Morganfield as his real name was, was the most important figure on the Chicago Blues Scene. He brought the country blues to Chicago, and elctrified it to suit the life and the pace (and noise) of the city. Names like Jimmy Rogers, Little Walter, James Cotton, Buddy Guy and Junior Wells have all played in his band. And the young brits Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and Brian Jones named their band The Rolling Stones after one of his tunes.

    In his early life, Muddy Waters got very influenced by Son House and adapted the Open-G Tuning ("Spanish") and the basic theme of My Black Mama (which became Walking Blues in the hands of Robert Johnson) from him. For a long time he used Open G and Open D tunings for his slide playing. But in later years he preferd to play slide in standard tuning.

    Recordings by Muddy Waters

  • Baby, Please Don't Go - 8953
  • Big Leg Woman - 15810
  • Blow, Wind, Blow - 8954
  • The Blues Had A Baby And They Named It Rock And Roll - 8955
  • Champagne And Reefer - 8956
  • Close To You (I Wanna Get) - 8957
  • Deep Down In Florida - 8958
  • Evil - 8959
  • Forty days and forty nights - 16317
  • Gone To Main Street - 15812
  • Good News - 8220
  • Got My Mo Jo Working - 8961
  • Honey Bee - 8962
  • Hoochie Koochie Man - 6144
  • I Can't Be Satisfied - 8963
  • I Feel Like Going Home - 8964
  • I Just Want To Make Love To You - 8792
  • I Want To Be Loved - 8965
  • I'd Rather Drink Muddy Water - 9217
  • I'm Ready - 8793
  • I'm Your Hoochie Coochie Man - 1540
  • Just to be with you - 16318
  • Kind Hearted Woman - 15811
  • Long Distance Call - 8967
  • Louisiana Blues - 8968
  • Mannish Boy - 1616
  • My Home Is On The Delta - 8969
  • My Love Strikes Like Lightning - 8970
  • Rollin' Stone (Catfish Blues) - 8235
  • Rollin And Tumblin - 7947
  • Sad, Sad Day - 8971
  • The Same Thing - 8799
  • Screamin' And Cryin' - 8972
  • She And The Devil - 15813
  • She's Nineteen Years Old - 8237
  • Still A Fool - 8238
  • Streamline Woman - 8973
  • You Can't Lose What You Ain't Never Had - 8974
  • You Need Love - 8806
  • You Shook Me - 8808
  • Song/compositionRecorded by
    Blow Wind Blow - Eric Clapton 317

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