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12’ Bar Ramblin’ #62 ‘Muddy Waters’ with Stefan Matussek

27 July 2021
  • Blues
  • Rock
  • Soulful
  • Laid-Back
  • Melancholy

Muddy Waters is possibly the most renowned artist of the entire Chicago Blues scene. As a performer he was responsible for some of the genre’s greatest classics such as “Hoochie Coochie Man”, “I Just Want to Make Love to You” and “I’m Ready”. These songs were however written by Willie Dixon, who was responsible for penning most of the hits in the Chicago scene. Water’s song writing however should not be overlooked. This episode is dedicated to the man as a songwriter first and foremost. You will hear songs either entirely written or adapted by Muddy Waters, performed by him or by other artists.

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Mannish Boy - Muddy Waters
Rollin' Stone - Muddy Waters
Blind Man - Muddy Waters
She Moves Me - Muddy Waters
Sad Letter (1972 Version) - Muddy Waters
Standing Around Crying - Jimmy Cotton
Two Trains Running - The Paul Butterfield Blues Band
One More Mile to Go - Otis Spann
Louisiana Blues - Climax Blues Band
Can't Lose What You Never Had (Live at the Bakersfield Civic Auditorium, 1975) - The Allman Brothers Band
Blow Wind Blow - Eric Clapton
Long Distance Call - R.L. Burnside
Gypsy Woman - John Hammond, Jr.
Gone to Main Street (Live) - James Cotton
She's Nineteen Years Old - Buddy Guy
She's All Right - Double Trouble
Champagne and Reefer - Magic Slim & The Teardrops
Clouds in My Heart - Eddie Taylor
Have A Good Time Tonight (Play Your Soul, Johnny) - Johnny Tucker
You Better Believe It - The Dogtown Blues Band