Tuesday, March 22, 2011

Muddy Waters: Classic Concerts.

Blues legend and slide-guitar master Muddy Waters is featured in this collection of three performances spanning seventeen years and showcasing the creative development of the man many consider the true King of the Blues. In the first performance, captured live at the Newport Jazz Festival on July 3, 1960, Waters can be seen performing twenty-six minutes of material that would eventually appear on the celebrated album Muddy Waters at Newport. A second performance filmed at the Copenhagen Jazz Festival on October 27, 1968 finds Waters playing alongside well-tuned piano-man Otis Spann, with the third and final performance consisting of a live set performed at the Molde Jazz Festival on August 1, 1977 and showing just how well the talents of the elder-statesman had developed. An additional performance of "The Blues had a Baby and They Named it Rock and Roll", interviews from The Old Grey Whistle Test and the Molde Jazz Festival, and a sixteen page collector's booklet featuring a forward by Rolling Stone Bill Wyman and essay by former Waters' lead-guitarist Bob Margolin affords longtime fans the added pleasure of getting to know the man behind the legend.

1. (I'm Your) Hoochie Coochie Man [3:25]
2. Tiger in Your Tank [4:20]
3. Rollin' Stone [3:08]
4. Got My Mojo Working [7:06]
5. Mean Mistreater/Going to Chicago Blues [8:28]
1. Back at the Chicken Shack [3:24]
2. Train Fare Blues [6:00]
3. (I'm Your) Hoochie Coochie Man [3:03]
4. Long Distance Call [6:38]
5. Nobody Knows My Trouble [4:04]
6. Cold Cold Feeling [3:30]
7. Got My Mojo Working [5:25]
8. Tiger in Your Tank [3:19]
1. Intro/Evan's Shuffle [3:26]
2. Prison Bound Blues [5:58]
3. Blow Wind Blow [4:47]
4. (I'm Your) Hoochie Coochie Man [2:53]
5. Baby Please Don't Go [5:01]
6. Can't Get No Grindin' [4:37]
7. You Don't Have to Go [4:09]
8. Got My Mojo Working [5:35]
10. Credits [1:45]

Bonus Features
"The Blues Had a Baby and They Named It Rock and Roll" England, July 9, 1977
Interview: Old Grey Whistle Test, England, January 1, 1972
Interview: Molde Jazz Festival, Norway, August 1, 1977

General Info:
Subtitles: German ONLY

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