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I'm Ready

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For the middle album of his Johnny Winter-produced, late-'70s musical trilogy, blues giant Muddy Waters brought a new spirit to some familiar material. Starting with members of Waters' touring band -- pianist Pinetop Perkins, bassist Bob Margolin, and drummer Willie "Big Eyes" Smith -- Winter added underrated guitarist (and longtime Waters foil) Jimmy Rogers and extraordinary harp player Big Walter Horton to the mix. The songs recorded for I'm Ready offer a mix of new material and vintage hit singles like the title cut, the mid-'60s jewel "Screamin' and Cryin'," or the Willie Dixon-penned "I'm Your Hoochie Coochie Man." Waters and band provide these well-worn gems with a little new studio polish, but it is with the newer songs that the performers really shine. On the powerful "33 Years," Waters punctuates his tale of lost love with snaky slide guitar, assisted by Horton's wailing electric harp. "Who Do You Trust" features some of Waters' dirtiest vocals, the bluesman growling the lyrics while Winter layers his twangy slide above Horton's harp and Perkins' mournful ivories. "Rock Me" is old-school blues, Waters revisiting this classic cut for the umpteenth time as Rogers and Horton support his vocals with smoky guitar and guest player Jerry Portnoy adds some subtle but assertive electric harp to the affair. I'm Ready closes with the Sonny Boy Williamson chestnut "Good Morning Little Schoolgirl," the high-spirited Waters sounding in good form as Portnoy's harp flails away in the background. Although nearing the end of his career, Waters experienced a well-deserved artistic and commercial resurgence thanks to the three albums recorded with Winter for Blue Sky. Hard Again, I'm Ready, and King Bee all bring a harder edge to Waters' classic performances, with Winter's production heavy on the guitar and lighter on the brassy Chicago blues sound unfamiliar to the rock-oriented target audience. For new listeners trying to get a feel of what the blues is all about, I'm Ready and its bookends are the albums to start with. Once you experience a taste of Muddy Waters, you'll be ready for more.

© Rev. Keith A. Gordon /TiVo

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1
I'm Ready (Album Version)
Various Interprets
00:03:24

Muddy Waters, Performer - Willie Dixon, Composer - Willie Dixon, Lyricist - Johnny Winter, Producer

(P) 1978 Sony Music Entertainment

2
33 Years (Album Version)
Various Interprets
00:05:19

C. E. Williams, Composer - C. E. Williams, Lyricist - Muddy Waters, Performer - M. Morganfield, Composer - M. Morganfield, Lyricist - Johnny Winter, Producer

(P) 1978 Sony Music Entertainment

3
Who Do You Trust (Album Version)
Various Interprets
00:05:00

Muddy Waters, Performer - M. Morganfield, Composer - M. Morganfield, Lyricist - Johnny Winter, Producer

(P) 1978 Sony Music Entertainment

4
Copper Brown (Album Version)
Various Interprets
00:04:58

M. Brooks, Composer - M. Brooks, Lyricist - Muddy Waters, Performer - M. Morganfield, Composer - M. Morganfield, Lyricist - Johnny Winter, Producer

(P) 1978 Sony Music Entertainment

5
I'm Your Hoochie Coochie Man (Album Version)
Various Interprets
00:03:58

Muddy Waters, Performer - Willie Dixon, Composer - Willie Dixon, Lyricist - Johnny Winter, Producer

(P) 1978 Sony Music Entertainment

6
Mamie (Album Version)
Various Interprets
00:05:35

Muddy Waters, Performer - M. Morganfield, Composer - M. Morganfield, Lyricist - J. Rogers, Composer - J. Rogers, Lyricist - Johnny Winter, Producer

(P) 1978 Sony Music Entertainment

7
Rock Me (Album Version)
Various Interprets
00:03:54

McKinley Morganfield, Composer - McKinley Morganfield, Lyricist - Muddy Waters, Performer - Johnny Winter, Producer

(P) 1978 Sony Music Entertainment

8
Screamin' And Cryin' (Album Version)
Various Interprets
00:05:04

McKinley Morganfield, Composer - McKinley Morganfield, Lyricist - Muddy Waters, Performer - Johnny Winter, Producer

(P) 1978 Sony Music Entertainment

9
Good Morning Little School Girl (Album Version)
Various Interprets
00:03:27

Muddy Waters, Performer - S. B. Williamson, Composer - S. B. Williamson, Lyricist - Johnny Winter, Producer

(P) 1978 Sony Music Entertainment

10
No Escape From The Blues (Album Version)
Various Interprets
00:06:15

C. E. Williams, Composer - C. E. Williams, Lyricist - Muddy Waters, Performer - M. Morganfield, Composer - M. Morganfield, Lyricist - Johnny Winter, Producer

(P) 2004 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT

11
That's Alright (Album Version)
Various Interprets
00:04:56

JIMMY ROGERS, Composer - JIMMY ROGERS, Lyricist - Muddy Waters, Performer - Johnny Winter, Producer

(P) 2004 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT

12
Lonely Man Blues (Album Version)
Various Interprets
00:04:17

McKinley Morganfield, Composer - McKinley Morganfield, Lyricist - Bob Margolin, Composer - Bob Margolin, Lyricist - Muddy Waters, Performer - Johnny Winter, Producer

(P) 2004 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT

Resenha do Álbum

For the middle album of his Johnny Winter-produced, late-'70s musical trilogy, blues giant Muddy Waters brought a new spirit to some familiar material. Starting with members of Waters' touring band -- pianist Pinetop Perkins, bassist Bob Margolin, and drummer Willie "Big Eyes" Smith -- Winter added underrated guitarist (and longtime Waters foil) Jimmy Rogers and extraordinary harp player Big Walter Horton to the mix. The songs recorded for I'm Ready offer a mix of new material and vintage hit singles like the title cut, the mid-'60s jewel "Screamin' and Cryin'," or the Willie Dixon-penned "I'm Your Hoochie Coochie Man." Waters and band provide these well-worn gems with a little new studio polish, but it is with the newer songs that the performers really shine. On the powerful "33 Years," Waters punctuates his tale of lost love with snaky slide guitar, assisted by Horton's wailing electric harp. "Who Do You Trust" features some of Waters' dirtiest vocals, the bluesman growling the lyrics while Winter layers his twangy slide above Horton's harp and Perkins' mournful ivories. "Rock Me" is old-school blues, Waters revisiting this classic cut for the umpteenth time as Rogers and Horton support his vocals with smoky guitar and guest player Jerry Portnoy adds some subtle but assertive electric harp to the affair. I'm Ready closes with the Sonny Boy Williamson chestnut "Good Morning Little Schoolgirl," the high-spirited Waters sounding in good form as Portnoy's harp flails away in the background. Although nearing the end of his career, Waters experienced a well-deserved artistic and commercial resurgence thanks to the three albums recorded with Winter for Blue Sky. Hard Again, I'm Ready, and King Bee all bring a harder edge to Waters' classic performances, with Winter's production heavy on the guitar and lighter on the brassy Chicago blues sound unfamiliar to the rock-oriented target audience. For new listeners trying to get a feel of what the blues is all about, I'm Ready and its bookends are the albums to start with. Once you experience a taste of Muddy Waters, you'll be ready for more.

© Rev. Keith A. Gordon /TiVo

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