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A1 Mannish Boy Written-By – E. McDaniel, M. Morganfield, M. London 4:38 A2 She's Nineteen Years Old Written-By – M. Morganfield 5:06 A3 Nine Below Zero Written-By – . Williamson 5:22 A4 Streamline Woman Written-By – M. Morganfield 4:44 B1 Howlin' Wolf Written-By – M. Morganfield 6:03. B2 Baby Please Dont Go Written-By – M. Morganfield 4:09 B3 Deep Down In Florida Written-By – M. Morganfield 9:44.
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Blues songs and albums by Muddy Waters, Mp3 Music. Muddy Waters is always great live, but the way Johnny Winter injects himself into every song gets tiresome very quickly. 6. Baby Please Don't Go. Muddy Waters. Who in the audience didn't know they were attending a Muddy Waters concert? Who forgot they were seeing Muddy Waters? Never fear, . is there to remind them a couple of times after evey song. He has a hard time keeping quiet during the songs too.
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Muddy "Mississippi" Waters Live is a blues music live album recording by MUDDY WATERS released in 1979 on CD, LP/Vinyl .
Muddy "Mississippi" Waters Live is a blues music live album recording by MUDDY WATERS released in 1979 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette.
MUDDY “MISSSISSIPPI” WATERS LIVE
Disc 1 Originally Released 1979
Disc 2 Released 2003
Muddy Waters was sharp enough to realize he was onto a good thing after Johnny Winter helped him get back to his roots on 1977's Hard Again. He continued working with Winter in the same no-nonsense vein through the rest of the decade. The fruit of their collaboration can be heard in a live setting on this 1979 release, which takes Hard Again's brand of revitalized Muddy to the stage. Backed by his regular band plus Winter, Muddy invests these songs with so much emotion you'd swear it was the first time he'd sung "Mannish Boy" instead of the ten-thousandth. Willie "Big Eyes" Smith's simple, insistent drums, and the guitars of Winter, Bob Margolin and Luther Johnson move together with the single-minded precision of a power drill, with Muddy playing the part of the husky-voiced drill bit. Amazingly, Muddy's power is undiminished from his '50s salad days. When he closes with a newer number about "going down to Florida," there's no need to worry about early retirement. He sounds ready to keep going as long as there's life in him. And that's exactly what he did.
In its original edition as a 1979 live album, Muddy "Mississippi" Waters Live was a pleasing addition to the great bluesman's catalogue. The first CD here is a straight reissue of the 1979 LP, the second disc including no less than an hour of additional music. All of the music on disc two was previously unreleased, and all of it was recorded at the same August 1978 shows that yielded the bulk of the original LP.
Personnel: Muddy Waters (vocals, guitar); Johnny Winter, Luther "Guitar Junior" Johnson, Bob Margolin (guitar); Jerry Portnoy (harmonica); Pinetop Perkins (piano); Willie "Big Eyes" Smith (drums).
Recording information: Harry Hope's, Cary, IL [03/18/1977-08/26/1978]; Masonic Auditorium, Detroit, MI [03/18/1977-08/26/1978].
Disc 1: [Original LP]:
2.She's Nineteen Years Old
3.Nine Below Zero
6.Baby Please Don't Go
7.Deep Down in Florida
Disc 2: All Tracks Previously Unmissed:
1.Medley: After Hours/Stormy Monday Blues:
2.Trouble No More
3.Champagne & Reefer
5.(I'm Your) Hoochie Coochie Man
6.She Moves Me
8.Pinetop's Boogie Woogie
9.Mad Love (I Want You to Love Me)
10.Everything's Gonna Be Alright
11.Got My Mojo Working