Fleetwood Mac - Muddy Waters - Fleetwood Mac - Muddy Waters flac album
Title: Fleetwood Mac - Muddy Waters
Style: Blues Rock, Chicago Blues, Classic Rock, Delta Blues
MP3 album: 1889 mb
FLAC album: 1778 mb
Other formats: VOC AHX AIFF MOD ADX XM FLAC
Genre: Rock / Blues
Muddy Waters was an American blues artist widely considered to be one of the most important figures in post–World War II Chicago blues. He popularized several early Delta blues songs, such as "Rollin' and Tumblin'", Walkin' Blues", and "Baby, Please Don't Go", and recorded songs that went on to become blues standards, including "Hoochie Coochie Man", "Mannish Boy", and "Got My Mojo Working".
2019 All Tracks Remastered. Legends - Muddy Waters. Muddy Waters, Willie Dixon, Filippo Tirincanti, Claudio Citarella, Soulmama. Can’t Be Satisfied: The Very Best Of Muddy Waters 1947 – 1975. The Anthology, Vol. 1. Muddy Waters. Mo Better Blues Blues Album.
Roots of Fleetwood Mac. Various Artists. Roots of Fleetwood Mac. He was a significant figure in the development of the post-war electric Chicago blues sound, most notably as a member of the Muddy Waters band during its formative years. Foster was born in Algoma, Mississippi. He moved to Chicago in the mid 1940s, and by 1946 was working with pianist Sunnyland Slim and harmonica player John Lee "Sonny Boy" Williamson.
Muddy Waters is the third studio album from American rapper Redman, released December 10, 1996 on Def Jam Recordings. The album peaked at twelve on the Billboard 200 chart. The album peaked at twelve on the . Billboard 200 and reached the top spot on the R&B Albums chart. By February 1997 the album was certified gold.
Later in 1969, Muddy Waters recorded and released the album Fathers and Sons, which featured a return to his classic Chicago blues sound. Fathers and Sons had an all-star backing band that included Michael Bloomfield and Paul Butterfield, longtime fans whose desire to play with him was the impetus for the album. It was the most successful album of Muddy Waters' career, reaching number 70 on the Billboard 200. Resurgence and later career, 1971–1982. In 1972, he won his first Grammy Award, for Best Ethnic or Traditional Recording for They Call Me Muddy Waters, a 1971 album of old, but previously unreleased recordings. Later in 1972, he flew to England to record the album The London Muddy Waters Sessions. The album was a follow-up to the previous year's The London Howlin' Wolf Sessions.
The instrumental "Fleetwood Mac" sounds as if it may have been taken from a jam session already in progress. The adaptation of Arthur "Big Boy" Crudup's "Mean Old Fireman" offers an acoustic pseudo-slide lead from Green, but ultimately it fails to truly ignite. King's "Worried Dream" is an interesting choice that would show up later in the band's concurrent concert repertoire.
|1||–Fleetwood Mac||Shake Your Money Maker||2:54|
|2||–Fleetwood Mac||Need Your Love So Bad||3:53|
|3||–Fleetwood Mac||Rambling Pony||2:40|
|5||–Fleetwood Mac||Black Magic Woman||2:51|
|6||–Fleetwood Mac||Merry Go Round||4:05|
|7||–Muddy Waters||The Blues Had A Baby And They Named It Rock & Roll||3:35|
|8||–Muddy Waters||Mannish Boy||5:17|
|9||–Muddy Waters||I'm A King Bee||3:49|
|10||–Muddy Waters||Mean Old Frisco Blues||3:44|
|11||–Muddy Waters||I'm Your Hoochie Coochie Man||3:57|
|12||–Muddy Waters||Baby, Please Don't Go||4:09|
- Licensed From – Sony Music Entertainment (Italy) S.p.a.
NotesProdotto non in vendita - Allegato a "Il Grande Rock".
Made in Germany
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout: SONOPRESS F-8142 / CDDEA2276 A1
- Rights Society: SIAE