Trouble No More (1987) . w/ Buddy Guy – Who´s Lovin’ You Tonight . w/ Buddy Guy & John Mayall‘s Blues Breakers – Don’t Start Me Talkin . Mystery Train (1974) . w/ Mike Bloomfield – Messin With The Kid (1972) . Hoodoman Blues (1966) . I Got My Mojo Working . Cryin’ Shame (1970) .
Hoodoo Man Blues . Snatch It Back and Hold It . Ships On The Ocean . In the Wee Hours . We’re Ready . Good Morning Schoolgirl . Early In The Morning . Hound Dog . Messin’ With The Kid . Come On in This House .
 Muddy Waters and his Rhythm Blues Band – that is Luther Johnson (g), Bob Margolin (g), Jerry Portnoy (h), Pinetop Perkins (p), Calvin Jones (b), Willie Smith (d) – plus special guest Junior Wells perform at Westfalenhalle in Dortmund, West Germany >> 65 MINUTES on RVM >>
Wikipedia : This day (January 15, 1998), in Chicago, Illinois, died Amos Wells Blakemore Jr. a.k.a. Junior Wells, an American Chicago blues vocalist and harmonica player..
@The BluesHarp : He was one bad dude, strutting across the stage like a harp-toting gangster, mesmerizing the crowd with his tough-guy antics and rib-sticking Chicago blues attack.
Delmark Records : I later heard the Muddy Waters band on a trip to Chicago, at the Club Zanzibar c.1957 and was perturbed that Little Walter had left and a new guy had taken his place but when I requested Key To The Highway and Muddy said, I think Junior Wells does that better than I do, Junior certainly cut Walter in the vocal department.
@last.fm : He later worked with Buddy Guy in the 1960s and recorded for Delmark Records. His most memorable songs are “Messin’ With the Kid” and “Little by Little,” and his best-known album, 1965’s Hoodoo Man Blues