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Muddy Waters|Saga Blues: Screamin' And Cryin'

Saga Blues: Screamin' And Cryin'

Muddy Waters

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Saga Blues has been assembling fine blues and jump jazz collections and selling them at attractive prices since the early 2000s, and this early Muddy Waters set is no exception. Containing 24 tracks recorded between 1947 and 1953, it showcases McKinley Morganfield four years after his emigration north from Mississippi to Chicago and his earliest recordings for Aristocrat and Chess. The first half of the set details in full the early electric folk-blues he recorded either solo or with session players in the Chess studios such as Sunnyland Slim. The last half contains a dozen selections centering around the Chess brothers' hand-picked sidemen and then, later, Muddy's terrific first blues band that he assembled to pack a punch in clubs and at festivals as his reputation spread far and wide. That band included Little Walter Jacobs on harmonica, Jimmy Rogers on guitar, Elga Edmunds (aka Elgin Evans) on drums, Otis Spann on piano, and Waters on vocals and second guitar. The highlights here include "Gypsy Woman," "I Can't Be Satisfied," "Rollin' and Tumblin'," "Rollin' Stone," and "Mad Love." The sound quality is terrific and so is the price point.
© Thom Jurek /TiVo

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1
Gypsy Woman
00:02:37

Muddy Waters, interprète - McKinley Morganfield, compositeur

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2
I Can't Be Satisfied (Looking For My Baby)
00:02:47

Muddy Waters, interprète - McKinley Morganfield, compositeur

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3
I Feel Like Going Home
00:03:14

Muddy Waters, interprète - McKinley Morganfield, compositeur

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4
Train Fare Home (Train Fare Blues)
00:02:53

Muddy Waters, interprète - McKinley Morganfield, compositeur

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5
You're Gonna Miss Me (When I'm Dead And Gone)
00:02:36

Muddy Waters, interprète - McKinley Morganfield, compositeur

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6
Mean Red Spider
00:02:17

Muddy Waters, interprète - McKinley Morganfield, compositeur

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7
Streamline Woman
00:03:19

Muddy Waters, interprète - McKinley Morganfield, compositeur

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8
Muddy Jumps One
00:02:29

Muddy Waters, interprète - McKinley Morganfield, compositeur

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9
Canary Bird
00:02:46

Muddy Waters, interprète - McKinley Morganfield, compositeur

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10
Walking Blues
00:03:01

Muddy Waters, interprète - S House, compositeur - R. Johnson, compositeur

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11
Rollin' And Tumblin' Parts 1 & 2
00:05:38

Muddy Waters, interprète - W Newburn, compositeur

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12
Rollin' Stone
00:03:23

Muddy Waters, interprète - McKinley Morganfield, compositeur

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13
Screamin' And Cryin'
00:03:11

Muddy Waters, interprète - McKinley Morganfield, compositeur

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14
You're Gonna Need My Help I Said (Gonna Need My Help)
00:03:07

Muddy Waters, interprète - McKinley Morganfield, compositeur

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15
Louisiana Blues
00:02:56

Muddy Waters, interprète - McKinley Morganfield, compositeur

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16
Evans Shuffle (Ebony Boogie)
00:02:13

Muddy Waters, interprète - E Evans, compositeur - McKinley Morganfield, compositeur

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17
Honey Bee
00:03:23

Muddy Waters, interprète - McKinley Morganfield, compositeur

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18
Still A Fool
00:03:19

Muddy Waters, interprète - McKinley Morganfield, compositeur

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19
Gone To Main Street
00:02:32

Muddy Waters, interprète - McKinley Morganfield, compositeur

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20
She's All Right
00:02:32

Muddy Waters, interprète - McKinley Morganfield, compositeur

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21
Sad Sad Day
00:03:06

Muddy Waters, interprète - McKinley Morganfield, compositeur

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22
Turn Your Lamp Down Low (Please Baby Don't Let Go)
00:02:47

Muddy Waters, interprète - J L Williams, compositeur

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23
Blow Wind Blow
00:03:12

Muddy Waters, interprète - McKinley Morganfield, compositeur

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24
Mad Love (I Want You To Love Me)
00:03:06

Muddy Waters, interprète - McKinley Morganfield, compositeur

2004 Saga Sarl 2004 Saga Sarl

Album Description

Saga Blues has been assembling fine blues and jump jazz collections and selling them at attractive prices since the early 2000s, and this early Muddy Waters set is no exception. Containing 24 tracks recorded between 1947 and 1953, it showcases McKinley Morganfield four years after his emigration north from Mississippi to Chicago and his earliest recordings for Aristocrat and Chess. The first half of the set details in full the early electric folk-blues he recorded either solo or with session players in the Chess studios such as Sunnyland Slim. The last half contains a dozen selections centering around the Chess brothers' hand-picked sidemen and then, later, Muddy's terrific first blues band that he assembled to pack a punch in clubs and at festivals as his reputation spread far and wide. That band included Little Walter Jacobs on harmonica, Jimmy Rogers on guitar, Elga Edmunds (aka Elgin Evans) on drums, Otis Spann on piano, and Waters on vocals and second guitar. The highlights here include "Gypsy Woman," "I Can't Be Satisfied," "Rollin' and Tumblin'," "Rollin' Stone," and "Mad Love." The sound quality is terrific and so is the price point.
© Thom Jurek /TiVo

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