We remember Muddy Waters. ‘Still Waters’

This day (April 30, 1983), in Westmont, Illinois, died McKinley Morganfield a.k.a. Muddy Waters, an American blues musician.


Digest Tracklist :

Manish Boy . w/ Rolling Stones – Champagne And Reefer (1981) . w/ Sonny Boy Williamson – Got My Mojo Working . w/ Foghat- I Just Want To Make Love To You (1978) . w/ Clark Terry – Stormy Monday Blues (1977) . The Blues Had A Baby (And They Named Rock And Roll) (1977) . Blow Wind Blow (1971 ) . You Can’T Lose What You Ain’T Never Had (1964) .

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Muddy Waters Top 10 :

Mannish Boy . Rollin’ Stone . I Can’t Be Satisfied . Got My Mojo Working . I’m Your Hoochie Coochie Man . I’m Ready . I Just Want to Make Love to You . Long Distance Call . Baby Please Don’t Go .


Muddy Waters‘s At Newport 1960 is a live album recorded on July 3, 1960 with Otis Spann and James Cotton. >>

Fathers and Sons by Muddy Waters is a double album recorded on April 21–23 and 24, 1969. >>

Released on January 10, 1977, Hard Again is an album by Muddy Waters, produced by Johnny Winter. >>

Released on October 5, 1968, Electric Mud is a studio album by Muddy Waters. >>

Released in January 1978, I’m Ready is the thirteenth (and the second produced by Johnny Winter) studio album by Muddy Waters . >>

Folk Singer by Muddy Waters is his fourth (and only all-acoustic) album released on April 17, 1964. >>


[1977] Muddy Waters and band play at Molde Jazz Festival in Norway >> 38 MINUTES >>

[1971] Muddy Waters sings and plays the blues at Ash Grove, 8162 Melrose Avenue in Los Angeles >> 58,5 MINUTES >>

[1981] Muddy Waters performs at the Checkerboard Lounge in Chicago. The Rolling Stones are in town. So they may show up. Who knows? >> 25 MINUTES on RVM >>

[1968] Muddy Waters performs with Otis Spann (p, voc), Luther Snake Johnson (g), Pee Wee Madison (g), Paul Oscher (harmo), Sonny Wimberley (db b) & S. P. Leary (d) at the Copenhagen Jazz Festival in Denmark >> 35 MINUTES on RVM >>

[1976] 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 >>

[1980] Muddy Waters will share the bill of the first Montreal jazz festival with several other bluesmen at CEPSUM, Université de Montréal in Canada >> 59 MINUTES >>

[1977] the Muddy Waters Blues with Clark Terry (tp), Jerry Portnoy (harm), Bob Margolin (eg), Guitar Junior (eg), Pinetop Perkins (p), Calvin Jones (eb) and Willy Big Eyes Smith (dr) will be on stage at Nice Jazz Festival in France >> 26 MINUTES >>

[1978] German TV program Rockpalast will record Muddy Waters and band – that is Pinetop Perkins (p), Jerry Portnoy (harmo), Luther Guitar, Jr. Johnson (g), Bob Margolin (g), Calvin Jones (b), Willie Big Eyes Smith (d) – during their concert at Westfalenhallen in Dortmund, Germany >> 58 MINUTES on RVM >>



Wikipedia : This day (April 30, 1983), in Westmont, Illinois, died McKinley Morganfield a.k.a. Muddy Waters, an American blues musician.

Official Site : Waters’ use of amplification gave his guitar playing a new, powerful, striking edge and sonority that introduced to traditional music a sound its listeners found very exciting, comfortably familiar yet strangely compelling and, above all, immensely powerful, urgent.

Rolling Stone : After the mid-Fifties Waters never had another Top 10 R&B single, but his albums began to reach rock listeners. Into the Sixties, Waters appeared at concerts and festivals nationally, such as the 1960 Newport Jazz Festival, where Muddy Waters at Newport was cut.

@last.fm : Waters reigned over the 1950s Chicago blues scene; he was its most popular artist and led its tightest band, fueled by hits from Willie Dixon, its strongest composer. On all these fronts, however,

@Discogs : American blues musician and considered by many to be a founder of the modern Chicago Blues style. A powerful inspiration in the emergence of the electric blues oriented groups in the UK during the 60s.

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