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Muddy Waters
Hoochie Coochie Man: Complete Chess Masters, Volume 2 1952-1958
 
 
 
Disc 01
1. Standing Around Crying 
2. Gone To Main Street 
3. Iodine In My Coffee 
4. Flood 
5. My Life Is Ruined (Landlady) 
6. She's All Right 
7. She's All Right (alternate) 
8. Sad, Sad Day 
9. Turn Your Lamp Down Low (Baby Please Don't Go) 
10. Baby Please Don?t Go (alternate) 
11. Loving Man 
12. Blow Wind Blow 
13. Mad Love (I Want You To Love Me) 
14. (I'm Your) Hoochie Coochie Man (alternate take) 
15. (I'm Your) Hoochie Coochie Man 
16. She's So Pretty 
17. I Just Want To Make Love To You 
18. Oh Yeh (Oh Yeah) 
19. I'm Ready 
20. Smokestack Lightning 
21. I Don't Know Why 
22. I'm A Natural Born Lover 
23. Ooh Wee 
24. This Pain 
25. Young Fashioned Ways 
Disc 02
1. I Want To Be Loved 
2. My Eyes (Keep Me In Trouble) 
3. Mannish Boy 
4. I Got To Find My Baby 
5. Sugar Sweet 
6. Trouble No More 
7. Clouds In My Heart 
8. Forty Days And Forty Nights 
9. All Aboard 
10. Just To Be With You 
11. Don't Go No Farther 
12. Diamonds At Your Feet 
13. I Love The Life I Live (I Live The Life I Love) 
14. Rock Me 
15. Look What You've Done 
16. Got My Mojo Working 
17. Good News 
18. Evil 
19. Come Home Baby, I Wish You Would 
20. Let Me Hang Around 
21. I Won't Go On 
22. She's Got It 
23. Born Lover 
24. She's Nineteen Years Old 
25. Close To You 
26. She's Got It (alternate take) 
 
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It’s hard to overestimate the impact of McKinley Morganfield on the Chicago post-war blues scene, and by extension on rock’n’roll itself. Having come from the heart of the Mississippi Delta (Rolling Fork), he spent the first 28 years of his life close to his birthplace, leaving for the Windy City in 1943.

With this set of recordings, which covers the years 1952-1958, we continue the survey of the complete recorded works of Muddy Waters in chronological order. The first fifty tracks of his Aristocrat/Chess career appear on Muddy Waters, Rollin' Stone: The Golden Anniversary Collection (MCA/Chess 2301-2); the present set continues to follow his musical development, and showcases the second fifty sides, picking up where the previous collection ended and spanning an important seven year period in his career.

Packaged in a bound booklet, replete with rare photographs and extensive liner notes, this set captures Muddy Waters at the height of his commercial success, and includes literally dozens of songs that influenced rock and blues performers right up to the present day.

Hipocrates Says:

Did You Know? Muddy Waters recommended a young Chuck Berry to Chess Records.

 

 


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