Muddy Waters More Real Folk Blues
New soul sounds were gaining popularity and albums were overtaking singles in demand. Chess decided to turn their attention to a more album oriented focus. Naturally, that meant that star artists such as Muddy Waters would begin releasing albums regularly. His first two albums were Bob Elger And His Orchestra Happy Meeting A Woman Is Born greatest hits package and a tribute to Big Muddy Waters More Real Folk Blues Broonzy.
The college kids were in a Muddy Waters More Real Folk Blues of folk music during the early 's. Chess figured that if Muddy Waters would do an album, of acoustic songs, the album could be promoted as a folk album to the folk rabid students. The album, his fourth, was Folk Singer. Though it did not chart, the album enjoyed stellar production and has long been a critical favorite. It is the first addition to this weeks playlist.
With The Real Folk BluesChess plundered Muddy Waters' pre chess Aristocrat Records singles as well as the some early Chess releases for this collection again stressing the "folky-ness" of Muddy Waters' early recordings.
It would be the first of a series. Many different sites have similar lists of releases with more or less completeness and none of Ann Southam Violet Archer Robert Daigneault Electronic Music By Canadian Composers Volume I seem to have everything.
I guess with as many albums as the man Muddy Waters More Real Folk Blues on so many labels over the coarse of so many years there is bound to be some confusion. And that doesn't even touch the subject of reissue collections of which there are a never ending stream. I point this out as a way of apology to anyone who has more complete knowledge of Muddy Waters releases. Back to our story. Muddy, Brass and the Bluesin a departure from his usual style Muddy Waters is joined by the unusual to his band addition of a brass section.
Muddy's guitar is stripped away leaving him performing as a vocalist with guitar work in his band by Sammy Lawhorn and Pee Wee Madison. Muddy Waters More Real Folk Blues Morganfield. Walkin' Blues. Robert Johnson. Canary Bird. The Same Thing.
Willie Dixon. Soul II Soul Club Classics Vol One Woman. Forty Days and Forty Nights. Little Geneva. Sad Letter Blues. Sittin' Here and Drinkin' Whiskey Blues.
Down South Blues. Train Fare Home Blues. Kind Hearted Woman. Appealing Blues Hello Little Girl. Early Morning Blues. Muddy Waters More Real Folk Blues Young to Know. She's Alright. Rare And Unissued. Muddy Waters. King Bee. King Bee is the fourteenth and final studio album by blues singer and guitarist Muddy Waters.
Recorded in three days some of the band members, namely Winter and guitarist Bob Margolin, were not happy with the result. As his health deteriorated, Muddy was forced to cancel an increasing number of shows. He died of a heart attack on April 30, The album was recorded in May A salary dispute between the band and Muddy Waters's manager, Scott Cameron, halted the session.
Eventually the album was completed by using a couple of outtakes from 's Hard Again. I'm Ready. I'm Ready is a studio album by Chicago blues veteran Muddy Waters.
The second of his Johnny Winter-produced albums for the Blue Sky Records label, I'm Ready was issued one year after he found renewed commercial and critical success with Hard Again and earned him a Grammy Award in Hard Again.
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