Muddy Waters records ‘At Newport 1960’ with Otis Spann and James Cotton (1960)

Muddy Waters‘ ‘At Newport 1960’ is a live album recorded on July 3, 1960 with Otis Spann and James Cotton and released on November 15, 1960 by Mca/Chess..


Muddy Waters records  ‘At Newport 1960’ with Otis Spann and James Cotton (1960)

1 . Newport, 1960

2 . Got My Mojo Working (Newport Jazz)

3 . Hoochie Coochie Man (Newport, 1960)

Track Listing : 1.I Got My Brand On You (Willie Dixon) – 04:24 . 2.(I’M Your) Hoochie Coochie Man (Willie Dixon) – 02:50 . 3.Baby, Please Don’T Go (Mckinley Morganfield) – 02:52 . 4.Soon Forgotten (St. Louis Jimmy Oden) – 04:08 . 5.Tiger In Your Tank (Willie Dixon) – 04:12 . 6.I Feel So Good (Bill Broonzy) – 02:48 . 7.Got My Mojo Working (Preston Foster) – 04:08 . 8.Got My Mojo Working, Pt. 2 ( Preston Foster) – 02:38 . 9.Goodbye Newport Blues (Langston Hughes, Mckinley Morganfield) – 04:38

Musicians : Muddy Waters – Guitar, Vocals . Otis Spann – Piano, Vocals . Pat Hare – Guitar . James Cotton – Harmonica . Andrew Stephens – Bass . Francis Clay – Drums

Production : Produced By Leonard Chess

Package : Jack Tracy – Liner Notes . Burt Goldblatt – Photography

Recorded On July 3, 1960 At Newport Jazz Festival In Newport, Rhode Island.

Released On November 15, 1960 By Mca/Chess.

(Source Muddy Waters – At Newport 1960 | The Official Muddy Waters Website)

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One of the best live recordings that anyone can have in his collection.For me this is one of those records i keep listening all the time, it dosen`t matter if the sound is “old” or “out” or whatever, this is it, true blues, the Chicagoan way (in Newport) but Chicago blues first rate. […]

Transferred in high-resolution digital audio, it brings up the bass overall and the details of just about every aspect of the playing, as well as moving Muddy’s singing several layers forward in the mix… […]

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. Perfectly capturing a landmark moment in music history, Muddy Waters‘ 1960 live release, At Newport, still stands as not only one of the most remarkable blues and live albums, but undoubtedly one of the most important and extraordinary recordings in the overall history of music. […]


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