Tuesday, March 22, 2011

Muddy Waters - Sings "Big Bill" Broonzy - 1959.

Waters's tribute album to the man who gave him his start on the Chicago circuit, this stuff doesn't sound much like Broonzy so much as a virtual recasting of his songs into Muddy's electric Chicago style. Evidently the first time Waters and his band were recorded in stereo, the highlights include high voltage takes on "When I Get to Drinkin'" and "The Mopper's Blues," with some really great harp from James Cotton as an added bonus.

Track Listings

1. Tell Me Baby
2. Southbound Train
3. When I Get to Thinking
4. Just a dream (On My Mind)
5. Double Trouble
6. I Feel So Good
7. I Done Got Wise
8. Mopper's Blues
9. Lonesome Road Blues
10. Hey, Hey


Muddy Waters - vocals & guitar
James Cotton – harmonica
Pat Hare – guitar
Otis Spann – piano
Andrew Stephenson – bass
Francey Clay – drums
Willie Smith - drums

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FLAC - 24 Bit, 96 kHz vinyl Rip - 572 Mb

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