Rollin Stone - Muddy Waters - King Of World Music (Cassette)

Song Genres. All Genres. Blues 9. Song Styles. All Styles. Song Moods. All Moods. Song Themes. All Themes. Various Artists. Born McKinley Morganfield in Mississippi in , Waters first moved to Chicago in and settled there shortly afterward.

Like much of his audience, he was negotiating in these songs between the rural South — a place as myth-laden as oppressive — where he grew up, and a new, harder-edged urban life. Popular on Rolling Stone. Those were the three. They got royalties that were, I guess, as good as any at that time. I think one of the reasons for his success was that his music was really him. Mick Jagger We admired Muddy Waters and his music very much, and we played a lot of his songs in imitation of him.

He encouraged us a lot before we met him —— when we just listened to his records, we were encouraged. After we met him, when we came to the States in , he encouraged us. When Muddy Waters came to England in , he shocked the English public by coming out and playing electric guitars and electric basses and electric harmonicas. Instead of one sultry Negro man playing the blues —— which is what those English people paid for —— he came out with the band and made a deafening noise.

And they all walked out and asked for their money back. This was a famous tour. We had a lot of people down there. It was a very enjoyable evening, a very happy occasion, and we remember it with great joy. Keith Richards In England, we had no idea what was going on. We just got a few records here and there. But when I eventually got to hear Muddy Waters, in about or , it all fell into place for me.

He was the thing I was looking for, the thing that pulled it all in for me. He made it all explainable. He was like the code book. I was incredibly inspired by him as a musician. When I met him, I was even more inspired by him as a person. He was more than a guitar player, more than a singer, more than a writer. It was all him. Performing in Paris, Aristocrat Leroy Foster. Little Johnny Jones.

Regal Jimmy Rogers. The Definitive Collection. Jukebox Hits The Roots of Bob Dylan. Father of Chicago Blues [Primo]. The Best of Muddy Waters [Geffen]. Muddy Waters [Bella Musica] [ 1]. Various Artists Chess Blues. Various Artists Stone Rock Blues.

Universal Special Products. SRI Jazz. Muddy Waters The Essential Collection. Spectrum Music. Past Perfect. Streamline Woman Muddy Waters. Hard Days McKinley Morganfield. Little Geneva McKinley Morganfield. Canary Bird McKinley Morganfield. Burying Ground McKinley Morganfield. Screamin' and Cryin' McKinley Morganfield. Rollin' Stone McKinley Morganfield. Walking Blues Robert Johnson. Louisiana Blues McKinley Morganfield. Evans Shuffle McKinley Morganfield.

Honey Bee McKinley Morganfield. Howling Wolf McKinley Morganfield. Country Boy Muddy Waters.

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  1. Waters wasn't the first to use the term "Rollin' Stone" in a song: Hank Williams beat him to it by a year with "Lost Highway," which contains the line, "I'm a rolling stone, all alone and lost."Williams' line gave Bob Dylan the title to "Like a Rolling Stone," but Waters' song named the rock band The Rolling preasaqrecotading.evapirisoxafciteconsguamopum.infoinfo Keith Richards explained in a VH1 interview, when the band got their first.
  2. On disc two () Waters has added Little Walter on harmonica and Jimmy Rogers is in the second-guitar seat. This disc features classic blues like "Rollin' Stone," "Louisiana Blues," "Long Distance Call," "Honey Bee" and "All Night Long." This is powerful music and belongs in any serious music fan's library. You can't own too much Muddy /5(13).
  3. Oct 15,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Rollin' Stone (Muddy Waters) YouTube The Slide Guitar of Muddy Waters - taught by Tom Feldmann - Duration: GtrWorkShp 74, views.
  4. “Rollin' Stone” has been identified (along with “Walkin' Blues”, the single’s B-side) as one of the first songs that Muddy Waters learned to play and an early favorite.
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  6. Muddy Waters "Rollin' Stone": Well, I wish I was a catfish, Swimmin in a oh, deep, blue sea I would have all you good lookin women.
  7. Brian was asked what his band was called, he looked down at the back cover of this album, the name of one of songs, Rollin' Stone, caught his eye, and the rest was history. Furthermore, I have the later and more expansive Muddy Waters Anthology, and yes there are many more tracks, and the sound is /5(45).
  8. It's hard for me to pick a definitive set of Muddy Waters songs, there are so many great ones, and any selection is so subjective, but if you're looking for some great blues to add to your music collection this release is a good place to start. Good stuff that just made its way to the top of my current rotation/5(64).
  9. Features Best Muddy Waters Songs: 20 Essential Tracks. Twenty of the best Muddy Waters songs: legendary cuts from the blues legend who helped launch Chess Records and .

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