McKinley Morganfield (April 4, 1913April 30, 1983), known as Muddy Waters, was an American blues musician, generally considered the father of modern Chicago Blues .
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Looking for Muddy Waters, BB King, and Joni Mitchell on CD for someone with Alzheimer's. I need to make a playlist. Anyone in Marblehead?
Looking forward to the record show on April 6th , I will be bringing lots of great vinyl along with all kinds of cool music memorabilia from a lifetime of collecting . Very happy to announce that world renowned rock photographer John Rowlands will be joining me at the show and you will have a super rare opportunity to meet the man and purchase some beautiful original 16x20 photos which he will personally sign. John has photographed virtually every legendary performer in every genre of music over the last 50 years working in the music industry . Just a small sample of some of the greats he's captured include - The Beatles ,The Rolling Stones , Jimi Hendrix , Bob Marley , Michael Jackson ,Muddy Waters ,Johnny Cash, The Ramones and Elvis Presley . He has released two books with another on the way and most recently his iconic photo of David Bowie entitled "The Archer" taken at Maple Leaf Gardens during the 1976 Station to Station tour was chosen and adopted as the main promotional image used for the h ...
PBS is showing the Rolling Stones and Muddy Waters live in south Chicago. 1981. The stones are fuup! Automatic weekend style
The late,great Lee Brilleaux is not only the lead singer on this Muddy Waters cover from Dr Feelgood but he is also the featured artist on the slide guitar.I...
April of 1962, 18-year-old Keith Richards writes to his aunt Pat noting he's met a man called *** Jagger 'who's the greatest R&B singer this side of the Atlantic'... history in the making. Spielman Rd Dartford Kent Dear Pat, So sorry not to have written before (I plead insane) in bluebottle voice. Exit right amid deafening applause. I do hope you're very well. We have survived yet another glorious English Winter. I wonder which day Summer falls on this year? Oh but my dear I have been so busy since Christmas beside working at school. You know I was keen on Chuck Berry and I thought I was the only fan for miles but one mornin' on Dartford Stn. (that's so I don't have to write a long word like station) I was holding one of Chuck's records when a guy I knew at primary school 7-11 yrs y'know came up to me. He's got every record Chuck Berry ever made and all his mates have too, they are all rhythm and blues fans, real R&B I mean (not this Dinah Shore, Brook Benton crap) Jimmy Reed, Muddy Waters, Chuck, Howlin ...
March 20, 1935 -Influential Blues drummer best known as the inventor of the "double shuffle" beat, as well as guitarist, Sam Lay was born in Birmingham, AL. Today Sam's celebrating his 79th Birthday Lay began his career in 1957, as the drummer for the Original Thunderbirds, and soon after became the drummer for the harmonica player Little Walter. In the early 1960s, Lay began recording and performing with prominent blues musicians such as Willie Dixon, Howlin' Wolf, Eddie Taylor, John Lee Hooker, Junior Wells, Bo Diddley, Magic Sam, Jimmy Rogers, Earl Hooker, and Muddy Waters. The recordings Lay made during this time, along with Waters' Fathers and Sons album recorded in 1969, are considered to be among the definitive works from the careers of Waters and Wolf. In the mid 1960s, Lay joined the Paul Butterfield Blues Band and recorded and toured extensively with them. Bob Dylan, with Lay as his drummer, was the first performer to introduce electric-rock at the Newport Folk Festival in 1965. Lay also recorde ...
What does Muddy Waters, Billy Joel's "New York State of Mind", Wilson Pickett's "In the Midnight Hour" and...
Stream Hoochie *** Man by Muddy Waters on The Wonder Years "Good Times, Good Friends" [Disc 2] for free on Grooveshark.
This week saw an interesting, yet widely discussed cash offer by Temasek Holdings (TH) for Olam, to buy up whatever shares TH hasn't already own. One topic of discussion I just read online was on why TH is buying a seemingly financially unsound company, which was attacked by short seller Muddy Waters less than 2 years ago. Another topic was using various investing strategies to show that Olam, at the offer price made by TH, is simply too overpriced. These two hot topics surrounding the takeover offer inevitably leads to the topic of TH not doing the justice to monies invested by its stakeholders. Officially, as explained by TH on many occasions, TH doesn't manage the CPF monies of Singaporeans, nor related Singapore government funds. However, that explanation simply leads to more questions, like then where do organizations like TH and GIC get their immense amount of funds for global and local investments, made by themselves and their various wholly owned subsidiaries. A lot of comments made by other reade ...
Who remembers.when Michael Bilandic made this a Big summer attraction in 1978, at Navy Pier. It lasted for 2 weeks. Some of the hundreds of superstars that appeared over the years were Frank Sinatra, The Beach Boys, The Doobie Brothers, Carole King, George Burns, Chicago, Willie Nelson with Waylon Jennings, The Lennon Sisters and Bobby Vinton, Journey, The Commodores, Kool and The Gang, the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Charlie Daniels Band was scheduled opening night but was unable to perform for emergency health reasons, Alice Cooper, Cheap Trick, John Prine, Big Walter Horton, Charlie Musselwhite and Muddy Waters (who performed opening night at the request of the mayor's office since Charlie Daniels Band cancelled) and a live TV broadcast of Bozo's Circus. The Blues Brothers, who had been tying up traffic throughout Chicago while filming the movie, were introduced by the new mayor Jane Byrne and backed by the Muddy Waters band.
TONIGHT!!! BATS (Be At This Show) Mojo Collins Not many people have performed with or opened shows for Fleetwood Mac, Janis Joplin and Big Brother & the Holding Company, Steve Miller, Santana, The Grateful Dead, Ike and Tina Turner, Muddy Waters, Leon Redbone, Sly and the Family Stone, Blue Cheer, The Spinners, Maurice Williams and the Zodiacs, Keith Shealy, and the incomparable Stevie Ray Vaughan. After accomplishing all of this, world renowned guitarist Mojo Collins considers his dues to be paid and is currently living his lifelong dream as a professional singer, guitarist, and songwriter on the Outer Banks of North Carolina. His music continues to receive critical acclaim with airplay in the US and 9 other countries over the last 20 years. Mojo has been the recipient of several prestigious songwriting awards, including the NC Arts Council Fellowship in Music for Songwriting. An active preservationist, Mojo was proud to perform at the dedication ceremony of NC's Jockey's Ridge State Park and the relight ...
Blues-E-News your partner in blues. VIA Wikipedia: George "Buddy" Guy (born July 30, 1936) is an American blues guitarist and singer. He is an exponent of the Chicago Blues and has influenced white blues-rock musicians such as, Eric Clapton, Jimmy Page, and Stevie Ray Vaughan. In the 1960s Guy was a member of Muddy Waters' band and was a house guitarist at Chess Records. Guy had a long musical partnership with with harmonica player Junior Wells. Guy was ranked 30th in Rolling Stone Magazine's list of the "100 Greatest Guitarists of All Time", His song "Stone Crazy" was ranked 78th in Rolling Stone's list of the 100 Greatest Guitar Songs of All Time. Guy's autobiography, When I Left Home: My Story, was released on May 8, 2012. For almost 50 years, Guy has performed flamboyant live concerts of energetic blues and blues rock, predating the 1960s blues rockers. As a musician, he had a fundamental impact on the blues and on rock and roll, influencing a new generation of artists. Buddy Guy has been called the b ...
Watching the Rolling Stones play with Muddy Waters in 81 on PBS. So raw!
Monarchs Pub, in THE EATON CHELSEA HOTEL, and 'Blues Thursdays' proudly present... The J.W. Jones Band Canadian singer/guitarist JW-Jones tours constantly, and is known for his high-energy show that keeps getting hotter! Guitar World Magazine featured a CD called ‘Guitar Masters Vol. 2’ that put Jones alongside guitar stars B.B. King, Jimmy Page, and Carlos Santana among others, which led him to an endorsement deal with Gibson guitars. On his latest release, 'Seventh Hour', Jones teamed up with multi-Juno award winning artist/producer, Steve Dawson. Previous releases have featured legendary guests Hubert Sumlin (Howlin' Wolf, Muddy Waters) and David "Fathead" Newman (Ray Charles); heavy-hitters Kim Wilson (Fabulous Thunderbirds) and Charlie Musselwhite; two of the most innovative guitarists of our time, Little Charlie Baty and Junior Watson; and Canadian billboard favorite, Colin James. Jones has cut records from Hollywood to Sun Studios in Memphis. While keeping one foot firmly planted in the roots h ...
Muddy Waters in New London, Ct. and Wired Puppy in Boston, Ma are now carrying Susie's Smart Breakfast Cookies. Please look for them there.
The acknowledged kingpin of the Louisiana school of blues, Lightnin' Slim built his style on his grainy but expressive vocals and rudimentary guitar work, with usually nothing more than a harmonica and a drummer in support. It was down-home country blues edged two steps further into the mainstream, first by virtue of his electric guitar, and second by the sound of the local Crowley, LA musicians who backed him being bathed in simmering, pulsating tape echo. As the first great star of producer J.D. Miller's blues talent stable, Lightnin' Slim had a successful formula that scored regional hits on the Nashville-based Excello label for over a decade, with one of them, "Rooster Blues," making the national R&B charts in 1959. Combining the country ambience of a Lightnin' Hopkins with the plodding insistence of a Muddy Waters, Lightnin' Slim's music belonged uniquely to him, the perfect blues raconteur, even when he was reshaping others' material to his dark, somber style. He also possessed one of the trul ...
myRockworld concert review Johnny Winter live in munich at the Muffathall 9.4.2013 John Dawson Winter III is born in Beaumont, Texas in 1944 and he is one of the biggest guitarheroes alltime . Constantly shifting between simple country blues in the vein of Robert Johnson, to all-out electric slide guitar blues-rock, – Johnny has always been one of the most respected singers and guitar players in rock and the clear link between British blues-rock and American Southern rock. Together with his fine band, guitarplayer and Johnnys Manager Paul Nelson ( great solo cd LOOK) , bassplayer Scott Spray and the new drummer Tommy Curiale they started their Tour in Germany at the full Muffathall in munich with great Rock´n´Roll tunes from Chuck Berry and the Rolling Stones. After some strong Blues standards from the last cd Roots they played the alltime classics like Bob Dylans Highway 61 and Got My Mojo Workin' from Johnnys idol Muddy Waters. Johnny produced 4 best selling records with Muddy Waters in the 70s. At ...
The Open MIC Directory REPOSTED: With the demise of Jim Greco's ultimate singer/songwriter open mic on Tuesdays, I am posting a few of the "other" Open Mics around town that are most conducive to that genre of performers. Other hosts may feel free to comment in your events as well. Monday: Amanda Ashley's Green Monday at The Thirsty Frog -9PM Dave McGrath at Johnny's Irish Pub (every 2nd and fourth Monday only.) 7PM Joel Page at Beale Street Southwedge (1st and 3rd Mondays only) 7PM Tuesday: Dan Tette at Galley/Spenecrport 7PM Willy O'Riley at Lovin Cup 8:30PM Wednesday: Joel Page at Jeffrey's Henrietta 7PM Dave McGrath at The Retreat Long Pond Road 8:30PM Cammy Enharo at Boulder Coffee Alexander St, 7PM Doug Berl at the Village Rock/East Rochester 9-12am Steve West at Muddy Waters in Geneseo Thursday: Amanda and Beau at Firehouse Saloon The Towpath Cafe/Fairport 7PM (Gene Romano which days are you hosting?) Cammy Enharo at Boulders Park Ave 7PM Mark Hermann at California Brew Haus 8PM Flipsiders at Johnn ...
Muddy Waters and his wife Geneva. Photograph by Art Shay. circa. 1951.
Boss Stewart gig at Silantro, St. Annes on 1st March - Boss Stewart and Friends are a newly assembled band of highly talented musicians. We play the best blues-inspired music around, think Eric Clapton, JJ Cale, Tom Wates, Robert Johnson, Muddy Waters and Willie Dixon. There is also a smattering of Mark Knopfler, Bob Dylan and John Mellencamp. We are not into heavy rock or taking the paint off the walls, our audiences can sometimes even talk while we are playing, but we prefer them to listen!
John Primer and The Real Deal Band Wednesday, March 5 at 8:00pm The Canal House “Ohio’s Crossroads to the Blues” 108 South Main St. Tuscarawas, OH 44682 (740) 922-1255 The Canal House is located in the Southeastern part of Ohio. Just a few miles off of interstate 77 and located on State route 36 and 416 Traditional Blues Male Artist 2013 Anson Funderburgh Billy Boy Arnold James Cotton John Primer Lurrie Bell John played guitar at Theresa's, a club in Chicago, between 1974 and 1980. He was influenced by Muddy Waters' former sideman, Sammy Lawhorn, who taught him to play slide guitar. He joined the Chicago Blues All-Stars of Willie Dixon in 1979, then the Muddy Waters's band until the latter's death in 1983. Then he joined the Teardrops of Magic Slim and began a solo career on Wolf Records. In 1995 he released, The Real Deal, with songwriting and singing techniques showing the influence of both Dixon and Slim. In 2013, Primer had a nomination for a Blues Music Award in the 'Traditional Blues Mal ...
DIED FEB 28 2008, Michael George Smith (6 December 1943 – 28 February 2008) was an English singer, songwriter and music producer. In the 1960s, Smith was the lead vocalist and keyboard player for the Dave Clark Five. The band was a leading unit in the British Invasion of the United States, and were the Beatles' main British rivals before the emergence of the Rolling Stones. 2008, Drummer Buddy Miles, who played with Jimi Hendrix in his last regular group, Band of Gypsys, died aged 60 at his home in Austin, Texas after struggling with a long-term illness. Born George Allen Miles in Omaha, Nebraska, Buddy's nickname was a tribute to his idol, jazz drummer Buddy Rich. Rich also played with The Delfonics, The Ink Spots, Wilson Pickett, Electric Flag, Stevie Wonder, David Bowie, Muddy Waters and Barry White. In the 1980s, he achieved a certain amount of notoriety in the US as the vocalist on the celebrated claymation California Raisins commercials. 2010, Tom "T-Bone" Wolk, who played bass for nearly 30 years ...
USA TODAY Article! Malcolm White, director of the Mississippi Development Authority's Tourism Division, is now promoting that link with the Mississippi slogan: "Birthplace of American Music." and that is so true! That's what we prove here in our Rock & Blues Museum and one of the reasons for moving our Museum from the Netherlands to Mississippi in 2005. Roger Stolle wrote for DELTA MAGAZINE quoting me back in 2009 On February 7th, 1964, four lads from Liverpool stepped off a Pan Am Yankee Clipper at the newly renamed JFK International Airport. They were met by throngs of bemused reporters and obsessed fans. As the story goes, a reporter asked the young Brits, "What are you most looking forward to seeing in America?" John Lennon replied, "Bo Diddley and Muddy Waters." To which another reporter supposedly asked, "Muddy Waters? Where's that?" Paul McCartney laughed and said, "Don't you know who your own famous people are here?" Theo Dasbach of the Rock & Blues Museum in Clarksdale was living in his Holland a ...
Okay Aaron Mohr In your status update, list 12 albums that have stayed with you over the years in some way. Don't take too long on this list - just a few minutes. These don't have to be great records, or critical darlings, just ones that mean something to you personally. Then tag 10 or more of your friends who often post about music, including me so I can see your list." 1. Baths - Cerulean 2. MF DOOM - Operation Doomsday 3. Sonic Youth - Daydream Nation 4. DFA 1979 - You're a women, I'm a Machine 5. Klaxons - Surfing the Void 6. Gorillaz - Demon Days 7. Grizzly Bear - Veckatimest 8. Muddy Waters - After the Rain 9. Portishead - Dummy 10. SBTRKT - SBTRKT 11. Mac Demarco - 2 12. Purity Ring - Shrines David Thompson Patrick Rory McKenna Justin Hickey Rachel Bellone Wanze Song Fraser Reynolds Luke Nairn Eric Harper Tom Anderson Nicholas Keays
Just watched Cadillac Records, movie dramatisation about Leonard Chess, Muddy Waters, Little Walter, Howlin Wolf and Etta James. Superb.
Fun Fact Friday! Did you know Cal, from has cited Robert Johnson, Muddy Waters, and Big L as his musical influences
Lets talk about RnB how it degraded its quality since contemporary artists and timeline ruined it pretty bad. As a plain, a regular joe music listener(in simple words) rnb never evolved, rather it has become like the disease thats eating away the purity it had long ago. Maybe I have a bad taste of music or the knowledge of it is inadequete for me to open my mouth, but listening to and or reading about Louis Jordan (1938), Johny Otis (1945), Muddy Waters, and classic examples of British Blues and non other than Beloved Pink Floyd, it seems the evolution of Rnb became a plague like deviation from a blessing to a basic low quality music with modern upgraded vibes.
I've noticed several musicians posting their top 12 albums that influenced them. Well, I'm no musician but certainly admire those who have the skill to write and/or perform music. If it's not too arrogant, here are my top 12 albums that I always go back to when I'm not sure what to listen to. 1) BARK - Blackie and the Rodeo Kings 2) Life'll Kill Ya - Warren Zevon 3) Car Wheels On A Gravel Road - Lucinda Williams 4) Closing Time - Tom Waits 5) Born In The USA - Bruce Springsteen 6) Blood On The Tracks - Bob Dylan 7) Hotel California - The Eagles 8) Auberge - Chris Rea 9) Crossing Muddy Waters - John Hiatt 10) Nick Of Time - Bonnie Raitt 11) Poetic Champions Compose - Van Morrison 12) Love Over Gold - Dire Straits There are so many more and it's so hard to chose. Now, post your own list and/or go listen to some good music you love.
"Muddy Waters (born McKinley Morganfield, April 4, 1913 - April 30, 1983) transformed the soul of the rural South into the sound of the city, electrifying the blues at a pivotal point in the early postwar period. His recorded legacy, particularly the wealth of sides he cut in the Fifties, is one of the great musical treasures of this century. Aside from Robert Johnson, no single figure is more important in the history and development of the blues than Waters. The real question as regards his lasting impact on popular music isn’t “Who did he influence?” but - as Goldmine magazine asked in 2001 - “Who didn’t he influence?” Above all others, it was Waters who linked the country blues of his native Mississippi Delta with the urban blues that were born in Chicago. Waters bought his first electric guitar in 1944 and revolutionized the blues with the recordings he began making in 1948. His amplified combo consisted of himself on slide guitar and vocals, a second guitarist, bass, drums, piano and harm ...
The play list for the Sunday edition of KRVM's Breakfast With The Blues. It was the Winter Fundraiser and it started out with a problem...for the first 4 Plus hours we were not on the airwaves...we were able to stream on the internet! Our listeners came through big time!! Thank you to all! You heard tunes from BB King, Muddy Waters, Blind Boys of Alabama, Charlie Musselwhite, Nappy Brown, Johnny Adams, Renee' and the Derelicts Redux, Chris Bevington, The Sad Sam Blues Jam, Tasha Taylor, Freddie King, Steve Freund, Carolyn Wonderland, Kevin Selfe, Samantha KC Fish, Lisa Mann, Laith Al-Saadi, Daniel Castro, James Armstrong, James Harman, Otis Spann, Koko Taylor, Annie Mack, Big Maybelle, Mike Schermer, Marcia Ball, Angela Strehli, Buddy Guy, Richard Ray Farrell, Janiva Magness, Little Milton, Michael Jerome Browne, Joe Louis Walker, Eden Brent, Lonnie Johnson, Jimi Hendrix, Eric Clapton, SRV and a whole lot more! Check it out!!
Today's Rant: The Beatles, The question that no panel of talking heads are asking is why? Up to that point in pop music history English acts had very little, if any success, in America. At the same time, American acts such as R&B legends as Robert Johnson, Howlin Wolf, and Muddy Waters were being worshipped by the likes of Lennon, McCartney, Jagger and Clapton. So why would these lads from Liverpool take the world by storm and particularly American teenagers like me? The short answer is "Rockabilly" music. Almost all early rockers were from the Southern United States, Buddy Holly and Roy Orbison were from Texas, so other than the acts out of Philly and the East Coast, the founders of early Rock n roll such as Elvis, Little Richard, Chuck Berry and Jerry Lee Lewis were very much from the south, and most from the deep south. You can add Carl Perkins and Johnny Cash to that list. The "hillbilly" influence in early rock was very hard to listen to, if you were from Chicago or Detroit, it just sounded stupid an ...
Cadillac Records is a 2008 musical biopic written and directed by Darnell Martin. The film explores the musical era from the early 1940s to the late 1960s, chronicling the life of the influential Chicago-based record-company executive Leonard Chess, and the musicians who recorded for Chess Records. The film stars Adrien Brody as Leonard Chess, Cedric the Entertainer as Willie Dixon, Mos Def as Chuck Berry, Columbus Short as Little Walter, Jeffrey Wright as Muddy Waters, Eamonn Walker as Howlin' Wolf, and Beyoncé Knowles as Etta James. The film was released in North America on December 5, 2008 by TriStar Pictures.
John Paul Jones got the idea for this song after hearing Muddy Waters' "Electric Mud"
I'm listening to Louisiana Blues by Muddy Waters on Rock Hall of Fame Radio at via
Michael Bloomfield would have been 70 years old today. *** drugs. Drug addiction one of the most insidious diseases took this great guitar player too soon. In the mid 1960's for a young guitar player playing on rock and roll records, Michael Bloomfield was like Jimi Hendrix and Eric Clapton. He did not not play like those guys, he was better than everyone else, like those two! After hearing Bloomfield play on the Bob Dylan Album Highway 61 and the first Paul Butterfield album I knew that Michael Bloomfield knew things that I wanted to steal! Psycheldelic music seemed like kid's music after hearing this man play. Michael Bloomfield was a true bluesman. I have written about "mojo". Man, Bloomfield had mojo. He grew up wealthy. He also grew up in Chicago. He also grew up playing with all the blues legends that lived in Chicago. If Buddy Guy and Muddy Waters say you can play the blues, you can play the blues. How did a rich,, Jewish teenager,from Chicago's wealthy North side, end up playing with Sleepy Jo ...
Artist Biography by Cub Koda No two ways about it, the most influential slide guitarist of the postwar period was Elmore James, hands down. Although his early demise from heart failure kept him from enjoying the fruits of the '60s blues revival as his contemporaries Muddy Waters and Howlin' Wolf did, James left a wide influential trail behind him. And that influence continues to the present time -- in approach, attitude and tone -- in just about every guitar player who puts a slide on his finger and wails the blues. As a guitarist, he wrote the book, his slide style influencing the likes of Hound Dog Taylor, Joe Carter, his cousin Homesick James and J.B. Hutto, while his seldom-heard single-string work had an equally profound effect on B.B. King and Chuck Berry. His signature lick -- an electric updating of Robert Johnson's "I Believe I'll Dust My Broom" and one that Elmore recorded in infinite variations from day one to his last session -- is so much a part of the essential blues fabric of guitar licks t ...
If your a musician you are obviously a music fan. As you learn to play your instrument you can't help but be influenced by the people you admire. I love all kinds of music and as a guitarist have been influenced by so many great players over the years. So here is a long list of guitar players and bands that I have admired and learned from in no particular order. Duane Allman, Jimi Hendrix, Eric Clapton,Jeff Beck, The Beatles, Neil Young, Bob Dylan, Lightnin' Hopkins, Albert Collins, BB King, Allman Brothers Band, Kenny Burrell - Verve Records, Lynyrd Skynyrd,Freddie King,Hank Williams, Creedence Clearwater RevivalElmore James, Muddy Waters,ZZ ZZ Top,Wes Montgomery, John Mayall,Jihn John Hiatt,Robert Robert Cray,John Lee Hooker, Johnny Winter,Link Link Wray,Little Little Feat,Miles Davis,Otis Rush,Pink Pink Floyd,Robert Johnson,Ry Cooder,The Grateful Dead,Steppenwolf,Merle Haggard,Johnny Cash,Magic Sam and many more and more to come Thanks for the inspiration!!
Right I'm going to have a go at this 12 albums thingy...rules below for you to do your own. My choices are beneath there. RULES Pick and then list 12 albums that have had a special significance to/influence on your life (or that you just remember more than others) They don't have to be great or cool and don't spend much time on this. Then tag 12 of your friends so they can do it too and pass it on. My choices: 1. The Jam - The Gift - 1st album 2. Breakdance the Movie Soundtrack - Yes I DID do that at school. 3. The Magic of Boney M - Mum had it on 24/7 (or was that me) back in the 80s 4. The Who - Live at Leeds (Got it at the same time as The Jam, The Gift) 5. Here's Little Richard - This one blew my mind, like it did everybody else's. 6. Stevie Wonder - Talking Book & Innervisions - The best 2 albums by the greatest artist ever. (Songs in the Key of Life is pretty good too) 7. Muddy Waters - Hard Again (Muddy Waters invented electricity) Muddy Waters sings Big Bill Broonzy is another one I had that deser ...
House of blues to become museum? CHICAGO – The house that once belonged to legendary blues musician Muddy Waters is one step closer to becoming the tribute fans have long envisioned. A prospective owner who hopes to turn the home into a museum is expected to close on the property today, said Chicago attorney Erik Miles, who represents the owner, Chandra Cooper. Miles declined to disclose the buyer’s identity. Only a year ago, many feared the house might be torn down, after building inspectors found “dangerous” conditions. –MCT News Service
I think muddy waters songs would suit you?
Dear Lord -- if we give you Justin Bieber and Miley Cyrus, can we have Muddy Waters and John Lee Hooker back?
First into the pond gets to muddy the waters
A Muddy Waters Museum may be in the offing for Chicago:
All I said was Why do they call you muddy waters and she got offended. That should tell y’all something
mines was Nocturnal, Muddy Waters to name a few besides illadelph
Notice every PBO is on a high, they try to muddy the waters? It never fails. They have a pattern.
I'll end the night with this. Muddy Waters - Champagne and Reefer.
I’m sautéing emcees with fried rice up in the wok without the MSG and chopped celery. - Redman, “Da Ill Out,” Muddy Waters , 1996
Muddy's Chicago home about to become blues museum?
“There had to be dark and muddy waters so that the sun could have something to background it's flashing glory.” . ― Betty Smith
The Who, CCR, Muddy Waters, Clapton, Neil Young, and you probably won't like them but the smiths are great
Born OTD in 1923 was player & head coach Frank "Muddy" Waters (d. 2006). He was inducted into the College Football HOF in 2000
Ha! I've had a few unfollow me for less obvious reasons. Bridge Over Muddy Waters?
I just had them on Pandora! I'm the only 26 y/o I know that listens to the Beatles, Del Shannon and Muddy Waters...
Black History and the Blues in the Schools w/ Fruteland Jackson. Elizabeth Cotton,Leadbelly, Muddy Waters,Banjo Illustration
I could bump Redman all day. That muddy waters album is gold.
What a day. What a day. What a day. Take me away Muddy Waters.
Jeffrey Wright has played Basquiat, MLK Jr., Muddy Waters, Colin Powell...I mean fug man lol. Crazy talent.
Eye hole deep in muddy waters, you practically raise the dead..
Ghost of the Blues - Broadway Revue will be with us on Friday, February 7th. Come and see Muddy Waters Jr. Tickets are still available!
Here come the blues *** young Muddy Waters. In the club, sweating hot with your slutty daughters... is a rap god
Blasting some Muddy Waters, Everly Brothers, Sam Cooke, Otis Redding, etc. Clearly I'm in an oldies mood!
always in muddy waters.And list to this idiiot mumbling on and on about an apology and missisng the opportunity to analyse
Muddy waters,black timbs,I breach boarders
Could be a bit muddy at the Tre-x Twin Waters Off Road Tri this weekend
In this clip from a 1971 performance, Muddy Waters and his band perform "Manish Boy." From the DVD "Muddy Waters In Concert 1971" produced by TopCat Records.
MSM same same but different, forums are muddy waters with some diamonds?
Artist Biography by Stephen Thomas Erlewine With his astonishingly accomplished guitar playing, Stevie Ray Vaughan ignited the blues revival of the '80s. Vaughan drew equally from bluesmen like Albert King, Otis Rush, and Muddy Waters and rock & roll players like Jimi Hendrix and Lonnie Mack, as well as the stray jazz guitarist like Kenny Burrell, developing a uniquely eclectic and fiery style that sounded like no other guitarist, regardless of genre. Vaughan bridged the gap between blues and rock like no other artist had since the late '60s. For the next seven years, Stevie Ray was the leading light in American blues, consistently selling out concerts while his albums regularly went gold. His tragic death in 1990 only emphasized his influence in blues and American rock & roll. Born and raised in Dallas, Vaughan began playing guitar as a child, inspired by older brother Jimmie. When he was in junior high school, he began playing in a number of garage bands, which occasionally landed gigs in local nightclu ...
Guess what I'm doing. If you said, "lying in bed reading New Scientist, listening to Muddy Waters", give yourself a gold star.
Think ill go down to flo'da where the sun shine *** near evry day - . Muddy Waters
Kraftwerk are to Techno what Muddy Waters is to the Rolling Stones
Nine below Zero By Bill Stork, DVM Ain’t this a pity people, ain’t this a cryin shame, Well it’s nine below zero, she put me down for another man - Mckinley Morganfield… aka Muddy Waters With a foot of...
Time don't get no better wen you living in muddy waters think about it
Stephen Peter "Steve" Marriott (30 January 1947 – 20 April 1991) was an English musician, songwriter and frontman of two notable rock and roll bands, spanning over two decades. Marriott is remembered for his powerful singing voice which belied his small stature, and for his aggressive approach as a guitarist in mod rock bands Small Faces (1965–1969) and Humble Pie (1969–1975 and 1980–1981). Marriott was inducted posthumously into the Rock and Roll Hall Of Fame in 2012 as a member of Small Faces. In Britain, Marriott became a popular, often-photographed mod style icon through his role as lead singer and guitarist with the Small Faces in the mid to late 1960s. Marriott was influenced from an early age by his heroes including Buddy Holly, Booker T & the MG's, Ray Charles, Otis Redding, Muddy Waters and Bobby Bland. In later life Marriott became disillusioned with the music industry and turned his back on the big record companies, remaining in relative obscurity. He returned to his music roots playing ...
Playing Muddy Waters, had a good interview at the Irish Pub for a bartending position. Have a great place to stay, in school, family's alive and well, it's my birthday. Gotta say it's a good day.
Q. What do The Red Hot Chili Peppers, The Cold, The Greg Allman Band, Muddy Waters, Dr. John , The Neville Brothers, A Flock of Seagulls , Jane's Addiction, Irma Thomas, The Radiators, James Booker and Joan Baez all have in common? . . . . . A. They all played at Jimmy's Music Club in New Orleans And guess what? Jimmy's is back!!! This Saturday, Jimmy shows his appreciation to all of his supporters who helped in any way in bringing Jimmy's Music Club back to life. You...yes YOU are invited to attend this FREE party. I'll be your MC and we will be entertained by the likes of The Call Girls and special guest Brad Orgeron of the Backstabbers, JD Hill and the Jammers with Paula Rangell, Chance Casteel, and a few New Orleans Mardi Gras Indians with other special guests to be announced. Once again..NO COVER Please RSVP 'Going' on the event page if you can and will be attending. Hope to see you there and be sure to say hello!
Confirmed Coaching: Your Success or failure started in YOUR MIND! "Seeing Through Muddy Waters" Life Coaching, Founder, Certified Christian Life Coach Minister Ola Murphy~ Don't wake up tomorrow wishing you had done it yesterday. Do it today!
Great news! Muddy Waters home on the South Side's Kenwood neighborhood will be preserved, rather than torn down. It was reported today that a prospective buyer (anonymous) wants to turn the blues legend's longtime home into a museum. Hurray!
Rode another 220 km on the *** Chi Minh trail until the sun started to go down. Sipping on Saigon beer and listening to Muddy Waters while a train passes by outside. It's another good day in the 'Nam.
I once got stuck in a port-a-potty in 104 degrees at a Jazz Fest. How'd I get out? Um...they "rocked" me out! True story. They rocked it back & forth until the lock came open. I didn't even have to use potty mouth to get their attention. Not much, anyways. Cuz, I'm classy-ically trained! I know there's a blues song here somewhere. Maybe a blazzy song. 2 of the artists? BB & Muddy Waters. Ha ha. How ironic. No. I didn't get muddy water on me. Just in me. Anyways, when you're stuck in the muck, rock the lock. It'll set you free. Truth. God's my Rock. And, all that jazz. Signed, Never Again Can She & Her Aorta Enter That Sorta Porta
Blues at the Globe - Julian Piper. "Hi, an old musician friend of mine once said 'If you can't play the Blues right - don't mess with 'em..' - and he was right. Playing Blues music is rarely done in the hope of financial gain, but it often takes place in a state of high reverence for the past and the awareness of continuing something called 'tradition'. In my own case, when many of my friends were mainlining on the Beatles, my teenage years were spent thrilling to the sounds of Sam 'Lightnin' Hopkins and Muddy Waters, wrestling with first a cigar box and later a guitar with a neck like a banana, trying to copy the raw Blues emanating from the scratched vinyl on my distorted Dansette record player. And one day I hoped I'd own a red Fender Stratocaster like Hank Marvin, stand on a stage, play it LOUD, and that one day I'd look out and see the girl of my dreams. I'm pleased to say that over the years it's all happened.give or take a few errors along the way." - JULIAN PIPER. Julian has played on two albums t ...
Because I work for a cable company, a lot of people ask me about new shows and what I'm watching. The truth is, I don't watch a whole lot of TV but I do end up recording a lot of stuff with the intention of watching it later. Here are some highlights from my DVR right now. Now I just need some spare time. Breaking Bad – I only have 2 episodes left. I swear I will dismember someone if they ruin the ending for me. (AMC) ESPN 30 For 30: Youngstown Boys - Documentary on Jim Tressel and Maurice Clarett Dave Chappelle’s Block Party – What do you get when a comedian puts on a rap concert on a street corner in Brooklyn? This awesome documentary. (Showtime) High Roller: The Stu Unger Story – The incredible life of a legendary poker player. (Cinemax) It Might Get Loud – Conversations between guitar icons Jimmy Paige, Jack White, and The Edge. (Starz) Jay-Z: Made in America – Everyone’s favorite rapper turned sports agent. (Showtime) Muddy Waters & The Rolling Stones Live – Great PBS special re ...
Tomorrows show is packed, packed I tell you! It's got brilliant stuff from Dove and Boweevil, John Lee Hooker, Rosco Levy, Muddy Waters, Howlin' Wolf, Nick Moss Band, Koko Taylor, Delaney and Bonnie, Robben Ford and The Brothers Groove. The classic album comes from ZZ Top and I spend some time talking about Buddy Whittington's love of Billy Gibbons licks. All from 9pm tomorrow on www.ukjazzradio.com .
BLUES UP FRONT TONITE AT 10 PST ON KSDS SAN DIEGO 88.3 FM, jazz88.org and on-demand in the Speakeasy is two hours of great blues guaranteed to get your weekend party started...featuring Muddy Waters, Shakura S'Aida, Trampled Under Foot, Otis Rush, Kevin Selfe, Marcia Ball, Magic Sam and MANY more. Come on out and join the party, and please give the show a LIKE if you haven't already. Thanks and see you there!
Tonight: Syl Johnson with opening act Tia Carroll Shows: 7:30pm & 9:30pm Tickets: $20 Famous for some of the most touching and soulful music ever; songs like "Concrete Reservation" and "Is It Because I'm Black." He has been part of the Chicago Blues Scene from the beginning, playing and associating himself with some of the top blues people of all time; people like Magic Sam, Junior Reed, Otis Rush, Muddy Waters, Howlin' Wolf, Billy Boy Arnold, Freddy King and many more.
Captain Beefheart (Don Glen Vliet) was born January 15, 1941 in Glendale, California. Vliet claimed that he was related to adventurer and author Richard Halliburton and the cowboy actor Slim Pickens, and said that he remembered being born. He began painting and sculpting at age three. He developed his taste and interest in music, listening "intensively" to the Delta blues of Son House and Robert Johnson, jazz artists such as Ornette Coleman, John Coltrane, Thelonious Monk and Cecil Taylor, and the Chicago Blues of Howlin' Wolf and Muddy Waters. During his early teenage years Vliet would sometimes socialize with members of local bands such as "The Omens" and "The Blackouts", although his interests were still focused upon an art career. The Omens' guitarists Alexis Snouffer and Jerry Handley would later become founders of "The Magic Band" and The Blackouts' drummer, Frank Zappa, would later capture Vliet's vocal capabilities on record for the first time. He wanted the band to "live" the Trout Mask Replica a ...
Junior Wells - died on this day (January 15) on 1998 in Chicago, Illinois. Born Amos Wells Blakemore Jr., was an American Chicago Blues vocalist, harmonica player, and recording artist. Wells, who was best known for his performances and recordings with Muddy Waters, Earl Hooker, and Buddy Guy, also performed with Bonnie Raitt, The Rolling Stones, and Van Morrison. He was one bad dude, strutting across the stage like a harp-toting gangster, mesmerizing the crowd with his tough-guy antics and rib-sticking Chicago Blues attack. Amazingly, Junior Wells kept at precisely this sort of thing for over 40 years; he was an active performer from the dawn of the '50s until his death in the late '90s. Re released whole very good albums. He was one of the greatest, legendary figures of the Chicago Blues. He played a significant role in the development of the style of play the harmonica, among the important musicians in Chicago.
Junior Wells' wailing harp lines became one of the iconic sounds of Chicago Blues, especially after the demise of the men he most closely emulated, John Lee 'Sonny Boy' Williamson and Little Walter. Junior had several spells in Muddy Waters' band and a...
Junior Wells died on January 15,1998. Junior Wells was born in West Memphis, Arkansas. His given name was Amos Wells Blakemore, Jr. By age 7...yes 7..Junior was a skilled harmonica player...taught by his cousin Junior Parker and Sonny Boy Williamson II. In 1948 Junior and his Mother moved to Chicago...Junior despite his age...14...began to sit in with the blues legends that lived in Chicago at this time... In the early 1950's Junior Wells replaced the great Little Walter in Muddy Waters' Band.. Junior soon led his own band..In the late 1950's Junior recorded "Messsin' with the Kid", "It hurts me too" and "Come on in this house"...these songs became his signature tunes..Junior also began playing and touring with Buddy Guy. Junior and Buddy toured several times with The Rolling Stones.. The Buddy Guy and Junior Wells shows are legendary...They released an album called "Alone and Acoustic" in 1991...this is one of my favorite albums.. two guys having fun...playing great...it is fun to hear legends stripped . ...
This is a long Excerpt - Book entry Jan 12/13/14 2014 Our style/our musical identity.,, I get asked all the time who our influences are. Truthfully they include everyone from Elvis , Muddy Waters., The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, Dr John the Nightripper, The Beach Boys, The Byrds, Jimi Hendrix, Eric Burden and many other home grown bands. But at the end of the day it was The British Invasion of the late sixties - the dark, yet melodic music from Western Europe and the fashion it ushered in. In many ways Bluebeard is more like David Bowie in regards to style. In a word: Change . Like Bowie, Bluebeard reinvented itself as if signed to a major label with resources and impunity. We were in control 90% of the time. The 10% we weren't, came in when the band allowed (out of frustration or ?) others in the power seat to dictate or strongly suggest doing something we were not comfortable doing. But 90% was 100% more than Most other acts that signed their souls and rights away. Like David Bowie, we played what th ...
LEGACY: Ry Cooder Ry Cooder slips, picks, The slide man has the control. Competition too He is a great slide player. So is Sonny Landreth, Les Dudek, Muddy Waters, Johnny Winter, and Bonny Raitt is a very good slide player too. What distinguishes Ry Cooder is his complete knowledge of the Delta sound; just listen to him hold the notes for John Lee Hooker. The next minute he can be playing like Santana or a melodic jazzy piece. That’s his legacy, he is very eclectic in style, like Oscar Peterson ‘nuf said.
The Rolling Stones are an English rock band formed in London in 1962 who were in the vanguard of the British Invasion of bands that became popular in the US from 1964–65 and an integral part of the counterculture of the 1960s. The Rolling Stones were also instrumental in making blues a major part of rock and roll, and of changing the international focus of blues culture to the less sophisticated blues typified by Chess Records artists such as Muddy Waters, writer of "Rollin' Stone", the song after which the band is named. American music critic Robert Palmer said the Rolling Stones' "remarkable endurance" stems from being "rooted in traditional verities, in rhythm-and-blues and soul music" while "more ephemeral pop fashions have come and gone". The first settled line-up had Brian Jones on guitar and harmonica, Ian Stewart on piano, *** Jagger on lead vocals and harmonica, Keith Richards on guitar and backing vocals, Bill Wyman on bass and Charlie Watts on drums. Jones left the band less than a month pri ...
Beem sitting here hangin with my son and his friends. It is an honor for me to do so. I am flattered that they would want to do so. Been turning them on to Muddy Waters, Louis Jordan, Robert Johnson, The Gourds and various others. These are all kids that range from 16 to 19. I am amazed at the intelligence and honesty they express to me. They are not lost, they are just young human beings trying to find their way in life just as we all did and hopefully still are. I am truly honored to be a part of their life. I learn from them more than I can ever imagine!
Here's about an hour's worth of Muddy Waters and Friends from Blues Summit in Chicago (Soundstage) from 1974. Friends include Mike Bloomfield, Dr.John, Johnny Winter, Nick Gravenites, Buddy Miles, Jr. Wells, Willie Dixon and "Queen of the Blues" Koko Taylor..ENJOY!
McKinley Morganfield (aka Muddy Waters) got his nickname from his grandma, Della Grant. As a child, McKinley loved to play in mud.
This day in 41 Muddy Waters first recordings are made by Alan Lomax and John Works for the Library of Congress.
When I hear the term "folk music", I think of Son House, Muddy Waters, Lead Belly, John Hurt, Skip James, Doc Watson, Clarence Ashley, Hazel Dickens, Howlin' Wolf, Lonnie Johnson, Robert Johnson, Sister Rosetta Tharpe, Blind Blake, Blind Willie McTell, Dock Boggs and Charlie Patton. Not a "Kumbaya" in the bunch, although it seems that a lot of people, even some people in the biz, don't have any idea what a real folksinger is...
It's time for my Junior Wells record (with Muddy Waters and Elmore James)...been awhile and this baby is a CRACKIN' good time.
Mud Morganfield performing a tribute to his father, Muddy Waters, at the 2013 Blues Music Awards, with Jimmie Vaughan, Eric Bibb, James Harmon, &am...
PAUL Filipowicz - SAINTS & SINNERS Singer-songwriter, guitarist and harmonica player Paul Filipowicz (Chicago, 1950) (abbreviated PF) is already quite young by his sisters, who pianists in the local church, with music in touch. The other music he heard on the radio. Here he first discovered the blues music of Wolf, Sonny Boy (II) and Muddy Waters. In '64 or '65, he heard when he was out at a club waiting in Chicago for the first live blues music by guitarist Otis Rush. The only way then, to learn to play blues was by listening to it. When listening to Magic Sam right click came. PF is now more than thirty years, a musician with his own band, with which he tours. The most memorable that he continues his performances with the Chicago Blues guitarists / singers Theodore Roosevelt aka "Hound Dog Taylor" (1915-1975) and "Mighty Joe Young" (1927-1999) in the 70s. Then he also has the Chicago Blues pianist Ken Saydak know clothes, playing on his album "Chinatown" in 2004. PF was good friends with Luther Allison ...
Take a look at this bio, and then ask yourself... "What should I do tonight?" We have a living legend in our midst!! $15/7:30 BIG DAVE McLEAN Canada's Legendary Bluesman Big Dave McLean is finally getting his recognition, at an age when the rest of us are getting around to contemplating retirement. Only in the last decade or so has there been significant inroads into recording this definitive Canadian bluesman. A masterful guitarist and top notch harpist, McLean’s raw and gravelly vocals bespeak of a life lived to the fullest, and a career spent performing in and around those countless small towns that dot the Canadian prairies. When it comes to the blues, however, McLean’s heart firmly beats to the ghosts of the delta greats--especially the incomparable Muddy Waters, with whom he toured over two decades ago. Just how important the Mojo Man was to the development of Big Dave can be gleaned in an 11-minute tribute, aptly titled ‘Muddy Waters for President’. Actually written for the dean of Chicago ...
almost all the musicians that played in Muddy waters band went on to have their own bands. Little Walter was his harp player, and helped make that Muddy Waters sond that became the Chicago sound~~smarta$$ nick
If you like Muddy Waters... You'll love our gig tonite at Melt's... Just the
Muddy waters by my G and playin as we smoke. x
Muddy Waters and the band play 'You Can't Lose What You Ain't Never Had' at a railroad station setting in Manchester, England in 1964. Taken from the DVD Ame...
All modes of transcription are present at Muddy Waters. (P.S. Any guesses as to who is hunting and pecking?)
I would give pretty much anything to have a whiskey with Howlin' Wolf, Keith, Muddy Waters, Neil Young and Patti Smith.
also s/o to Steph for listening to my rambling and helping to clear the waters, even though sometimes they seem as muddy as they were before
I'm not disagreeing with you but I prefer not to take sides in a debate of this magnitude; politics muddy the waters
I open my mind to seeing clearly the essence of things that matter to me without being confused by the muddy waters of passionate attachment
On a scale from one to Muddy Waters, how ready is everyone for this "resolution" crockery to be over & done with?
Now Playing on Bourbon to Beale Radio: Muddy Waters - I Just Want to Make Love to You -
OK, so, just got to the Kennedy Center Honors. Muddy Waters. “Hoochie Koochie Man.” Barack Obama nodding his head to the beat. SCORE!
Your whole vocabulary’s played out, admit it. Still wack if it came out my mouth and I spit it. - Redman, “Pick It Up,” Muddy Waters , 1996
Love Muddy Waters. I have lots of CDs (yes, I still have CDs!) w/ Muddy Waters, both alone and w/ other artists.
I'm a big Clapton fan. He claims his inspiration was American blues. Black guys like Muddy Waters. Closet racist?
Brown sugar cinnamon iced coffee from Muddy Waters is killing it 👏🙌
I have an extremely clear head. Conspiracists Theorists muddy the waters and see sinister links in the mud were none exists
And the waters were way less muddy. We would've been enormo rock stars. Bring on the ludes!
Ayo gurl r you a tsunami cuz you swept me off my feet and now I'm drowning in ur muddy wreckage filled waters of love.
Charlie Strong should be delivering & controlling the message not allowing a million guys w sources to muddy the waters
In the later half of the 1950s, Mike Seeger began making bedroom reel to reel recordings of Cotten's songs in her house. These recordings later became the album, Folksongs and Instrumentals with Guitar, which was released on Folkways Records. Since that album, her songs, especially her signature track, Freight Train—which she wrote when she was 11—have been covered by Peter, Paul, and Mary, Jerry Garcia, Bob Dylan, Joan Baez, Devendra Banhart, Laura Gibson, Laura Veirs, His Name Is Alive, Doc Watson, and Taj Mahal. Shortly after that first album, she began playing concerts with Mike Seeger, the first of which was in 1960 at Swarthmore College. In the early 1960s, Cotten went on to play concerts with some of the big names in the burgeoning folk revival. Some of these included Mississippi John Hurt, John Lee Hooker, and Muddy Waters at venues such as the Newport Folk Festival and the Smithsonian Festival of American Folklife. The new found interest in her work inspired her to write more material to play ...
In 1962 Muddy Waters recorded "You Need Love", written for him by peer Willie Dixon. In 1966 British mod band the Small Faces recorded the song as "You Need Loving" for their eponymous début Decca LP. Some of the lyrics of Led Zeppelin's version were copied from the Willie Dixon song, a favourite of Plant's. Plant's phrasing is particularly similar to that of Steve Marriott's in the Small Faces' version. Similarities with "You Need Love" would lead to a lawsuit against Led Zeppelin in 1985, settled out of court in favour of Dixon. The Small Faces were never sued by Dixon, even though "You Need Loving" still only credits Ronnie Lane and Steve Marriott. Robert Plant, a huge fan of blues and soul singers, regularly quoted other songs, especially live. Page's riff was Page's riff. It was there before anything else. I just thought, 'well, what am I going to sing?' That was it, a nick. Now happily paid for. At the time, there was a lot of conversation about what to do. It was decided that it was so far away in ...
Muddy Waters and Robert Johnson on the beats pil...good workin music
Studs Terkel's 1965 interview with Son House will be aired tonight (Fri January 3, 2014) on Chicago radio station WFMT - here's the info posted on FB by WFMT's Andrew Patner: "This should be a must-hear program TONIGHT: Studs Terkel's 1965 hour with legendary Mississippi Delta Blues singer and guitarist Son House (1902-1988). His first active period, from 1927 to 1943, made Son House an influence in live performance and recordings on Robert Johnson, Muddy Waters, and Bob Dylan. "Rediscovered" in retirement from music in Rochester, New York, in 1964 Son House became a staple on the coffee house and campus folk revival scene, adding Bonnie Raitt and others to the roll of his disciples, until retiring a second time, in Detroit, in 1974. 10 p.m. to 11 p.m. CST on 98.7WFMT Chicago and wfmt.com. Enjoy!"
Watch the video «Muddy Waters - Got My Mojo Working» uploaded by peakers on Dailymotion.
Watching "The Last Waltz" for the first time. It's pretty awesome. The guest appearances by Mavis Staples, Paul Butterfield, Joni Mitchell, Neil Diamond, Dr. John, Muddy Waters (singing now!) rock. Oh, wow, look at the young Eric Clapton! Have you seen it? Recently? : ) Directed by Martin Scorsese. Good stuff!
The muddy waters of the Mississippi river
The great Muddy Waters doing an awesome song! Notice the move he busts at 2:34ish ! Cool dude! For Lindsay
Muddy Waters son, Mud Morganfield. Sure would like to see him at the Bowlful of Blues.
Mud Morganfield is the multi award winning son of Blues legend Muddy Waters who is keeping Chicago Blues alive and whose new album Son of the Seventh Son is earning critical acclaim.
Muddy waters n the rollin stones r jammin on channel 2
To the website of Chicago Blues singer Mud Morganfield, son of Muddy Waters and Mildred McGhee Mud is proud to have won the Living Blues Album of the Year award ?
HAPPY NEW YEAR! As I continue to celebrate the holiday with my family and friends, those tuning in to The Blues Note tonight will be treated to a special show spotlighting Chess Records: The early years ~ "We aim the spotlight on one of the most famous independent record labels of all time — Chess Records. Officially founded in 1950, we take a concentrated look at the first two years of operations — ending up at the midway point of 1951. Classic Chicago Blues from Muddy Waters, Jimmy Rogers, Johnny Shines, Robert Nighthawk, Baby Face Leroy Foster, and lots more." I'll be back behind the mic next week. Enjoy ~
Muddy waters outdoor wife and husband tubing this past summer!
My name is Ray Fuller and have been a life long blues guitarist starting young at the age of 9 in 1963.I started out trying to play along with my few albums by Elvis and Duane Eddy,my mother's Pete Johnson,Albert Ammons,and Lux Lewis boogie woogie 78's, then moved up to my older brother's Rolling Stones,Yardbirds, and Animal albums.My professional career started 10 years later in 1973 after leaving high school. My first really good amp was a 1956 Fender tweed Pro amp with a 15" Jensen which I purchased in 1976. I recorded my first album with that amp, and used it on shows with Muddy Waters,John Lee Hooker,Willie Dixon and many others.It was stolen during a burglary in 1982. I replaced it in time with a 1964 Pro Amp with a15"JBL, an amp which I love dearly and is my main amp to this day. I play major festivals and top blues clubs in the Midwest such as Buddy Guy's and the Slippery Noodle as a weekend headliner and always get compliments on my tone from other players.I often wonder how many more I would ge ...
In Rock: January 1 1902 Ma Rainey claims to have incorporated blues into her minstrel show as early as this date. 1912 First song with the term "blues" in the title is released, "Memphis Blues" by W.C.Handy. 1915 Jelly Roll Morton publishes his first composition, "The Jelly Roll Blues." 1918 Morganfield goes to live with his maternal grandmother, Della Jones, outside Clarksdale, Mississippi, on the Stovall Plantation after the death of his mother. 1928 At the age of thirteen, Muddy Waters seriously begins to play the harmonica. 1929 Bob Wills forms the Wills Fiddle Band in Forth Worth, Texas. 1930 Folklorist John Lomax travels the South, recording and collecting blues, recordsLeadbelly. 1931 Pops Staples joins the Golden Trumpets, a gospel quartet. 1932 Muddy Waters begins to play the guitar. He is influenced by the music of Robert Johnson and Son House. 1932 John and Alan Lomax travel the South, researching, collecting and recording blues and folk music. 1934 After forming a new band, the Playboys, in Wa ...
Muddy Waters and the Rolling Stones 1981 on PBS tonight...
Muddy waters and the stones are jammin on the old kera
Electric Mud is a studio album by Muddy Waters. Released in 1968, it is a concept album which imagines Muddy Waters as a psychedelic musician. Producer Marsh...
From the album '' The London Muddy Waters Sessions '' 1972
Muddy Waters hopefully they clear in the new year
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Watch how much Carlos Santana is diggin this Buddy Guy performance of Muddy Waters' "(I'm Your) Hoochie *** Man"
WBFO 88.7 - 97 Rock D.J. Yvonne Schmidt's CD "Nothing But Blue" is a gutsy and authentic blues record which every music enthusiast should check out! From the lead track "Get You Back" an instant catchy radio song, to her version of Janis Joplin's "Turtle Blues" this disc is a home run! Yvonne gives Bonnie Raitt a run for her money with the sexy, laid back, "Mighty Tight Woman" and does Muddy Waters proud with "Mean Mistreater". Make no mistake, this record rocks! Once you hear "Woulda, Coulda, Shoulda" you'll be singing it for the rest of the day with it's infectious hook and country kick! From start to finish, you get a wonderfully produced CD of great songs performed by a true Buffalo Talent! ~ Anita West POP Magazine "Yvonne Schmidt has proven that Buffalo has a lot to offer to the music industry with her debut album, 'Nothing But Blue.' Listening to this album, you can hear how Yvonne adds a nice twist to the blues by incorporating her own sense of style. Although I definitely recommend getting your . ...
"Blues Refresher Course" from the Rev. Billy F. Gibbons, a wonderful Holiday gift that will keep on giving. Lots of Jimmy Reed, Muddy Waters, Eddie Taylor, Elmore James Little Walter to keep me busy in 2014. The Rev trying to keep me on the straight and narrow!!
Muddy Waters (born McKinley Morganfield) was one of the major forces in contemporary blues. He was instrumental in bringing the sound of the Mississippi Delt...
So did Muddy Waters like create Rock and Roll?
Muddy waters , is on cbs preforming hoochie *** man!! Respect
Jeremy Muddy Waters I love u so much!
2013 was a really great year. It started off with a bang in January with Blues At The Crossroads tour, a coast to coast run of theaters celebrating the music of Muddy Waters and Howlin' Wolf. Kim Wilson and The Fabulous Thunderbirds backed us all up, and I was in the company of Blues legends James Cotton, Bob Margolin and Jody Williams. I was the youngest frontman, and let's just say it was like being in school. I've never had so much fun in my life. Such an amazing experience. In March, I was out of the tour bus and back in the van again to support the new album "Get It!" which was released on March 19th. Get It! is my first album of all instrumental guitar music and also the first album on Heartfixer Music, my new label. Its great to be working again with my old friend/distributor Michael Rothschild and also my new friend/PR gal Betsie Brown and new friend/digital distributor *** Wainman. Long time partner in crime and art director Larry Leake did a really fun album cover that everyone loves. The album ...
We've got a great Chicago Blues double bill in store for you tonight featuring guitar ace Nick Moss and his band followed by the classic, deep blues of Mud Morganfield, the eldest son of Muddy Waters. Tickets still available here or at the door: 7:30 showtime.
Well had a very interesting phone call last night from Mud Morganfield, who is Muddy Waters son, & he mentioned that if his schedule allows that he would give us a interview sometime in February. As many of you might remember we did interview Mud a few times before! There have been many artists that have been supportive of our show & we hope to continue those relationships! Our next show is January 8th & we have a new time,,,7-9pm. Hope to see you all then!!! Have a Happy New Year!
The tickets for the Mud Morganfield (Eldest Son of Muddy Waters) Band return gig to the Eel Pie Club in Twickenham, London on the 24th April 2014 are now on sale. Info and tickets here:
A treat for blues fans like Bill Wildman and Dave Katzman and Dave Specter - this was sent along via my classmate Stephen Wade ("Banjo Dancing") and Dan Halperin. Unissued complete performance of the legendary 1950 Parkway recording "Rollin' And Tumblin;" by the Baby Face Leroy Trio - Leroy Foster (vocals/drums), Little Walter Jacobs (harmonica/vocals) and Muddy Waters (guitar/vocals). Only recently discovered, this recording - with 2 other unissued Parkway recordings - is available on limited edition 45rpm singles from www.louisrecords.com. Note: this is a low-fi mp3 - the 45 sounds much better. LINK to the music:
Cadillac Records chronicles the rise of Leonard Chess' (Adrien Brody) Chess Records and its recording artists including Muddy Waters (Jeffrey Wright), Little Walter (Columbus Short), Chuck Berry (Mos Def), Willie Dixon (Cedric The Entertainer) and the great Etta James (Beyonce Knowles). In this tale of sex, violence, race and rock and roll in Chicago of the 1950s and 60s, the film follows the exciting but...
The scene when Walter drives away from Muddy Waters house in a cadillac without doors...lawd!! And when he drives into Chess Records building saying he needs new car is hilarious!! Love Columbus Short in Cadillac Records!!! Hurry up Feb 27th!!!
Texas Blues Slide Guitar King of Kings Original Rock Blues Skylar Wolf Devils Son, with a little bit of everything, from Muddy Waters to Johnny Winter from E...
Vanness Marcello “Wish Bone” Siggers, 61, of Danville, formerly of Chicago, passed this life at 7:29 a.m. Dec. 13, 2013, at his residence. Vanness was born July 7, 1952, in Chicago to Muddy Waters and Pensacola Siggers. Vanness was a high school graduate and an iron worker for many years. Vanness le...
The great Chicago Blues guitarist Jimmy Rogers died on this day in 1997. Born James A. Lane in Ruleville, MS, Rogers began his career as a harp player. He played with Big Bill Broonzy and Robert Jr. Lockwood, who both had a big influence on him. He joined Muddy Waters in the late 40s, and after hearing Little Walter, convinced Muddy to hire Walter and switched to guitar, and the entire Chicago Blues scene felt the earthquake that followed. Indeed, the tremors are still felt today. Rogers was a key figure in the development of post-war Chicago Blues. He began cutting his own singles while still with Muddy. In fact, most of his early sides were recorded after Muddy Waters` sessions, many with the same band. During this period, Rogers recorded "That`s All Right" which became a Blues standard, covered countless times by many artists. Some other classics recorded by Rogers in the 50s include "You`re The One" and "Walking By Myself" (with a stunning harp solo by Big Walter Horton). Rogers` CD "Chicago Bound" on ...
Muddy Waters, *** Jagger, Keith Richards, and Ronnie Wood at the Checkerboard Lounge in Chicago
Happy Birthday Paul Butterfield! I play Hohner Marine Band Harmonicas because Paul Butterfield played them...it said so on the back of his first album...Man, what an album!!! Paul also plays harmonica upside down... I have not tried that..at least not on purpose... Paul Butterfield was from Chicago. Paul had developed an interest in blues music...Chicago in the late 50's and early 60's was the place to be for anyone that wanted to hear and learn the blues...Muddy Waters, Wolf,Buddy Guy,Etta James and many other blues legends were living in Chicago and gigging regularly. Paul and his friend Nick Gravenites went to Chicago's south side to hear these blues greats..they began to sit in with Otis Rush, Muddy and Howlin' Wolf. They played College Coffee Houses as Nick and Paul. Paul Butterfield met guitarist Elvin Bishop while attending College in Chicago..Elvin Played Electric guitar...Elvin also loved the blues... How Paul Butterfield enticed Sam Lay and Jerome Arnold in to his band is a question for the ag . ...
Getting ready for a big weekend of rockin' blues with Mike Murphy and the Mob Thursday at D2 by the stadium, Sat live recording at Sol Blu in Iron Mountain, and Sun at Muddy Waters in Shioctin.come and get it!
1971 - Winterland - The Winterland Ballroom or simply Winterland, located at the corner of Post Street and Steiner Streets, was an ice skating rink built in 1928. It became famous in 1966 as a rock music venue when the Jefferson Airplane, Butterfield Blues Band, and Muddy Waters played there on September 23rd. In 1971, rock promoter Bill Graham converted the 5,400 seat facility strictly for the purpose of hosting rock concerts. On December 31, 1978, the last rock concert was held there, featuring the Grateful Dead, Blues Brothers, and New Riders Of The Purple Sage. It was torn down for an upscale apartment community. The illustration shows the artists playing at Winterland in the fall and winter of 1971, as well as the Berkeley Community Theater and the Civic Auditorium (now called the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium).
They don't make music like this anymore...listening to..Janis Joplin..Pearcy Sledge..Otis Redding..Sam Cooke..Al Green... Joe Cocker...Muddy Waters..Etta James..The Temptations...Ray Charles...music that you feel in your soul. Love It.
Mr. Rayford, I invite you to check out my radio show.you are featured this week!! Thanks and may all your blues be musical ones!!! Swing out to the Juke Joint Wednesday (7-9pm EST), we got some sweet soul and some righteous blues: Taildragger, Aretha Franklin, Charlie Musselwhite, Dorothy Moore, Brownie McGhee, John Primer/Bob Corritore, Chicago Blues All-Stars, Adrianna Marie and the Groove Cutters, Bobby Rush, Steve Howell & the Mighty Men, Sugaray Rayford, The Black-Tongued Bells, C.C. Bronson, Albert Collins, Howlin' Wolf, Koko Taylor, Deb Ryder, Little Walter, Toronzo Cannon, Elmore James, Niecie, Muddy Waters, Blue Dog, Squier Red and the Blues Band, John Lee Hooker, B.B. King, Big Bill Broonzy, Deitra Farr, Low Society, Bobby Bland and the "wicked" Wilson Pickett.
Big Walter Horton, sometimes known as Shakey Walter Horton, is one of the most influential blues harmonica players of all time, and a particular pioneer in the field of amplified harmonica. He isn't as widely known as his fellow Chicago Blues pioneers Little Walter and Sonny Boy Williamson II, due mostly to the fact that, as a rather shy, quiet individual, he never had much taste for leading his own bands or recording sessions. But his style was utterly distinctive, marked by an enormous, horn-like tone, virtuosic single-note lines, fluid phrasing, and an expansive sense of space. Horton's amplified harp work graced sides by Muddy Waters, Jimmy Rogers, Otis Rush, Johnny Shines, Tampa Red, and many others; he was frequently cited as an inspiration by younger players, and most accounts of his life mention a testimonial from legendary bassist/songwriter Willie Dixon, who once called Horton "the best harmonica player I ever heard." Horton was born April 6, 1918, in Horn Lake, MS, near Memphis. He began ...
BRET WELLMAN & THE STONE COLD BLUES BAND: Chicago style electric blues Tallahasse/US Members: Brett Wellman - lead vocals and guitar Chris Balding - blues harp (harmonica) and vocals Deb Berlinger - drums *** Metz - bass guitar Biography: Brett Wellman & the Stone Cold Blues Band are thrilling audiences whenever they take the stage! Born from the influences of Chicago Blues greats Howlin' Wolf, Muddy Waters, and Little Milton to the Mississippi Delta of Robert Johnson, Ledbelly, and Honey Boy Edwards their sound covers 100 years of down and dirty American blues. The band's performances have been called "engrossing" and "high energy", especially when the harmonica player walks through the crowd while playing one of his signature solos. With Deb "Sweetgroove" Berlinger on drums, *** Metz on bass, Chris Balding on harmonica (harp) and Brett Wellman on guitar & vocals, this band is a guarantee for providing a great show and an evening of fun music!
Tryna stay above muddy waters, keep my head up through these muddy waters
Hard Again by Muddy Waters is to me the Muddy Waters I love. Rockin'
Yes, nothing like a construct that's elusively difficult to define to muddy the waters.
How fast do you fall in love? — i fell in love with this girl the first day i saw her over 3 years ago.
Harmonica master Big Walter Horton is a Horn Lake native. He shared the stage with Muddy Waters, Fleetwood Mac, & more.
I can listen to Muddy Waters all day.
Success seems to be largely a matter of hanging on after others have letI LOVE YOU MUDDY waters! Thank you for making u
every time I pick up the guitar I try and play a Muddy Waters lick
Two "American Originals" as Johnny Cash would have said. The great Muddy Waters, on the left and Chuck Berry on...
The tactic is to just muddy the waters on the issue now.
Will attempt to muddy the waters with today's Press conference add another policy area or try to explain back flips
Muddy Waters made a song called Champagne and Reefer and here i am without either one, thanks America.
there's a coffee shop on 16th and valencia, muddy waters. They have a bathroom.
Muddy Waters distilled moonshine for a living before making music professionally.
bring me champagne when im thirsty and reeferr when i want to get highh- Muddy Waters
I may be the second hardest to get along with. Give u same advice I gave cllr MOVE ON. Taxpayers can't see policy waters
Proud to see growing at a big pace. Sustainable social venturing is tough, muddy waters. The juice is worth th…
I liked a video from I'm Your Hoochie *** Man - Muddy Waters
Don't you sometimes feel like kissing Muddy Waters' cheeks? If only he were alive...
BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. (AP) -- Even though Jeffrey Wright has won a Tony, Emmy and Golden Globe, and appeared in more than 35 films as one of the most versatile actors of his generation, he's far from a household name. But he could care less. Portraying painter Jean-Michel Basquiat in Julian Schnabel's 1996 biopic set the stage for other distinct performances for the 47-year-old Wright, like playing Colin Powell in "W," Muddy Waters in "Cadillac Records" and operative Felix Leiter in "Casino Royale." And his varied dramatic skills prompted the makers of HBO's "Boardwalk Empire" to cast the Washington, D.C. native in the role of sinister Dr. Valentin Narcisse this season. With his latest film, "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire," setting box office records worldwide, Wright examined his career choices in a recent interview with The Associated Press. - AP: How was it joining the established "Hunger Games" cast? Wright: It's easier for me because I didn't have to take the risk on the first one. I didn't have to ...
November 26: This Day in Black History 1878: Marshall Taylor was born. He was a cyclist who won the world 1 mile track cycling championship in 1899 after setting numerous world records and overcoming racial discrimination. He was the 1st African-American athlete to achieve the level of world champion. He passed in 1932, aged 53. 1883: Abolitionist & women’s rights activist Sojourner Truth passed away, aged 86. 1927: Gwen Gordy Fuqua was born. She was a businesswoman, songwriter & composer. She passed in 1999, aged 71. 1931: Jazz musician Nat Adderley was born. He passed in 2000, aged 68. 1939: Happy Birthday to Tina Turner who turns 74 today. She is a singer, dancer, author, choreographer and actress. 1955: The Turbans appeared on the R&B charts with their rock ‘n’ roll classic “When You Dance,” reaching and pop. The group’s gimmick was to actually wear turbans on-stage. 1958: Pianist, drummer, singer, songwriter & bandleader Tiny Bradshaw died of a stroke, aged 51. 1965: Muddy Waters, John Le ...
November 25 was a day for musical debuts, goodbyes and reunions. The Jimi Hendrix Experience headlined for the first time in the United Kingdom in an appearance at the Bag O' Nails club at 9 Kingly Street in the Soho section of London on that date in 1966. The audience members included John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, Ringo Starr, Eric Clapton, Pete Townshend and Jimmy Page. At Royal Albert Hall in London on November 25, 1968, Cream performed for the last time. As the band members finished playing "I'm So Glad" and left the stage, the frenzied crowd chanted "God save the Cream." BBC television recorded and broadcast the performance as a documentary, which subsequently was released on a DVD titled "Farewell Concert." On that Thanksgiving day in 1976 at the Winterland Ballroom in San Francisco, promoter Bill Graham staged the final concert by the Band, with a stellar roster of guest performers who included Bob Dylan, Van Morrison, Ringo Starr, Stephen Stills, Paul Butterfield, Muddy Waters, Eri ...
Cab Calloway and Muddy Waters are my dudes.
Rainy day. Good day to listen to some Lightning Hopkins and Muddy Waters.
McKinley Morganfield (April 4, 1913 – April 30, 1983), known as Muddy Waters, was an American blues
While it is hard to counter hard science. It seems rather easy to muddy waters.
"Hardly a day goes by without me sticking on a Muddy Waters record". Rory Gallagher.
ewww -.- you do know coffee at the J is free than at Muddy Waters for $2.50
Muddy Waters holding his first recording, c.1940's. (1913-1983). Courtesy of Mecca Bey
Muddy Waters makes me happy; mainly because I pretend that he is singing about me, but nonetheless - he makes me happy.
Time to delve into the muddy waters of CubeCart this morning
Me, Muddy Waters, the open road, Northern France 281km from home
These trolls are only tip of the iceberg. They warn decent people not to enter into the muddy, dangerous waters of YouTube.
Muddy cosmic waters that's deep and stirred up
Play in muddy waters, You should expect to get stained.
New Olam strategy yet to convince investors A year on from Muddy Waters’ attack, investors are unconvinced Olam...
Clinton used 2 muddy th water for Obama. When distinctions R blurred GOP loses. Mitt in Debate & muddied waters at his own demise
Heard Redman's Muddy Waters over the weekend at the barbershop & it brought back good memories of my brother taking me to Mayo School.
i played a blues cover to myself & felt kind of bad. but then i was visited by the ghost of Muddy Waters & he also said i should feel bad
I downloaded muddy waters and wu-tang forever and only bumped the first disc to wu tang forever but i didnt even touch muddy waters
Use proper language so don't muddy waters. Not "pre-67 borders. 1949 Armistice Line. See change in perception?
muddy win muddies the waters in We'll have highlights & postgame react w/ now
there is a bar in Minneapolis one side a bar, other side a coffee bar. It's called muddy waters, great bar.
Photo: This is a Langoustine Poutine. This is infuriatingly good. (at Muddy Waters...
"May I live like the lotus, at ease in muddy waters"
They're not trying to convince, they're trying to muddy the perfectly clear waters.
I wish I was there moment. One of the greatest blues songs ever...ever. Mannish Boy - Muddy Waters and Johnny Winter. You can feel the...
Icehouse, Bad Waitress, Charlie Awards, Open Arms, The Current Local Show, Muddy Waters...today was a good day!
Albert King and Muddy Waters. That kind of night.
Easier to muddy the waters than understand what “system administrator” means. And what hacking when you have access to backups?
Agreed. That's the route Mushy has planned. Muddy the waters & get legal acquittal. Rest eyewash!
Thanks Michael Lewis for In no particular order: 1. I am getting married in 258 days. 2. I am at a great point in my life with Lori Kotwasinski-Keene. 3. My favorite number is 12. 4. I am a big fan of the Blues. Muddy Waters-old school blues 5. I am a terrible golfer and I wish I could be better. 6. I'm proud of Ashley Galante and her accomplishments. 7. I am proud of Anthony Galante and his perseverance. 8. I'm so happy to still have both my parents around when I see all my friends who have lost one or both. 9. I'm a Big White Sox fan. 10. I like wearing boxer briefs 11. I love to eat 12. I like craft beer- IPA's are my current favorite 13. I'm looking forward to going to Cabo If you like this I'll give you a number to post things about yourself
Certainly seems like Duncan's trying to muddy the waters of Common Core issue by asserting critics are "white" and is some…
Watching on PBS an old 80s concert w/ Muddy Waters, The Rolling Stones, and Buddy Guy. I love the BLUES!
Blues plus Rock and Roll with some country and a wee bit of Jazz sprinkled into the mix today on KNYO Radio's The Audio Grab Bag today starting at 11 am until 2pm PST. Muddy Waters, John Lee Hooker, John Mayhall and the Blues Breakers, Peter Green, The Allman Brothers Band, Aretha Franklin, King Curtis, Herbie Hancock, The Grateful Dead, Boz Skaggs, Bonnie Raitt, Kate Wolf, Stephen Stills, Iron and Wine, Laura Marling, The Carolina Chocolate Drops, Melody Gardot, The Watson Twins, Doc Watson, Emmy Lou Harris, Donna the Buffalo, Drive by Truckers, Big Brother and the Holding Company, and a healthy dose of Neil Young among others! Tune in to 107.7 FM or for the audio stream go to KNYO.org or I can't wait!
Which is a 1954 Willie Dixon song made famous by Muddy Waters, maybe the most covered Chicago Blues song of all time.
he hails from Chicago typically defaults to Muddy Waters when the privileged river get him too drunk and high.
I got the number 17, so here goes.some fun facts you might not know about me. 1. I am allergic to Kiwi fruit. 2. I still eat Kiwi fruit. 3. Purple is my favorite color. 4. I would rather spend a day in the woods than in a mall, any day. 5. I can write my name, in cursive, with my right foot. 6. Rainy days and Mondays DO NOT get me down. 7. My favorite concert, of all time would have to be Alice Cooper, Welcome to my Nightmare.or maybe Aerosmith when Toys in the Attic came out.a TIE... 8. Okay, my second favorite concert would have to be Shaka Kahn, Muddy Waters and Sly and the Family Stone (yep, all the same night) 9. I have seen, Bob Dylan, Eric Clapton, The Beatles, The Stones, Kiss, The Ramones, Charlie Daniels, Jimmy Buffet, Phil Collins, Journey, Aerosmith, Eminem, Fred Durst, Papa Roach, ZZ Top, Lynnrd Skynnrd (before AND after), Linda Rondstadt, James Talylor, Chuck Berry, Sha Na Na, Flash Cadillac and the Continental Kids, Head East, The Boyz from Illinoiz, Cheep Trick, Jason Aldean, Luke Bryan, D ...
So great to hear this audio! I just read the Muddy Waters segment of Feel Like Going Home last night.
Get an exclusive look at the Rides (with Stephen Stills and Kenny Wayne Shepherd) tackling Muddy Waters:
Here's a remmemberance for Nathan . "Is this that Muddy Waters guy?" -- Chad Goldsberry while listening to Frank Zappa for the first time.
November 9th: On this Day 1958, Elvis Presley's 'Hound Dog', exceeded three million copies sold in the USA, becoming only the third single to do so. Bing Crosby's 'White Christmas' & 'Rudolph The Red Nose Reindeer' by Gene Autry being the other two. 1966, John Lennon met Yoko Ono for the first time when he visited her art exhibition 'Unfinished Paintings and Objects' at the Indica Gallery in London. 1967, The first issue of Rolling Stone Magazine was published in San Francisco. It featured a photo of John Lennon on the cover, dressed in army fatigues while acting in his recent film, How I Won the War and the first issue had a free roach clip to hold a marijuana joint. The name of the magazine was compiled from three significant sources: the Muddy Waters song, the first rock ‘n’ roll record by Bob Dylan and The Rolling Stones. 1985, Jan Hammer went to No.1 on the US singles chart with the 'Miami Vice Theme', a No.5 hit in the UK. 1990, The internal revenue seized all of US country singers Willie Nelson ...
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Smh my ADD... Was listening to Mumford & Sons and Cold War Kids then next thing it's John Lee Hooker n Muddy Waters...now I'm in church.
Oh, and Elvis. Plus I saw Muddy Waters open for Clapton there.
Absolutely nothing beats a bit of Muddy Waters at this hour after a hazy Monday evening. Unreal.
I'm listening to Thirteen Highway by Muddy Waters on Pandora
, "Delta Blues is muddy Waters, and that was NO WHERE NEAR Muddy Waters!
When/if I die... You're all required to listen to Muddy Waters for all the services and enjoy copious amounts of bourbon and cigars.
I am ready for you. Hope you ready for me - Muddy Waters
JBYRDS MUDDY WATERS!!! Thanks all our wonderful guests & staff members for a most funfilling & costume of...
Listening to Muddy Waters, eating ice cream, on the back porch.
Milk Drops Breastfeeding Keepsake Bracelet with lotus charm ~. "The roots are enveloped in muddy waters, a...
Toward end of Muddy Waters "Bus Driver" on Hard Again, Waters screams, "Pinetop!" and Pinetop Perkins shows why he was a blues piano god.
Jamming some old Muddy Waters in the house while I clean a little. God, this is good.
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Muddy Waters - At Newport 1960...they don't make 'em like they used to!
Muddy Waters wrote some pretty amazing music
For me Apple is new IBM&Microsoft -type dinosaurs. So i will keep my Muddy Waters-type of phone :)
NQ Mobile should sue Muddy Waters. All this drama is boring and a waste of Bloomberg News time.
Blues Advocate Celebrating the life and music of Bluesman Peter Green, born October 29, 1946 -- Happy Birthday, Peter Green! Peter Green is regarded by some fans as the greatest white blues guitarist ever, Eric Clapton notwithstanding. Born Peter Greenbaum but calling himself Peter Green by age 15, he grew up in London's working-class East End. Green's early musical influences were Hank Marvin of the Shadows, Muddy Waters, B.B. King, Freddie King, and traditional Jewish music. He originally played bass before being invited in 1966 by keyboardist Peter Bardens to play lead in the Peter B's, whose drummer was a lanky chap named *** Fleetwood. The 19-year-old Green was with Bardens just three months before joining John Mayall's Bluesbreakers, whose rapidly shifting personnel included bassist John McVie and drummer Aynsley Dunbar. A keen fan of Clapton, Green badgered Mayall to give him a chance when the Bluesbreakers guitarist split for an indefinite vacation in Greece. Green sounded great and, as Mayall re ...
Today In Entertainment History - 1957: Police in Oakland, CA inform Elvis Presley that he is not allowed to swivel his hips onstage in tonight's performance at the Oakland Auditorium; Elvis responds by sarcastically wiggling only his little finger while singing. The cops film the show anyway, just in case. 1960: Tina Turner gives birth to Ronald Renelle Turner, her second child, while touring in Los Angeles. Husband Ike is not present at the birth. 1962: The Rolling Stones -- with the original lineup of *** Jagger, Keith Richards, Brian Jones, Ian Stewart, and Tony Chapman -- cut their first demos at Curly Clayton Studios in Highbury, London, recording covers of Muddy Waters' "Soon Forgotten," Jimmy Reed's "Close Together," and Bo Diddley's "You Can't Judge A Book By The Cover." Future drummer Charlie Watts has for now decided to stick with his (relatively) lucrative job in advertising. * Esther Phillips hits on the R&B chart and on the R&B chart with "Release Me". 1964: 31-year-old Salvatore Philip Bon . ...
Once again its blues night here on Nightside Jazz and Blues. Dominic Trimboli here taking you back to the heart of blues tonight. Muddy Waters, Mose Allison, Satan & Adam, Cootie Stark, and more all featured here tonight. Make sure you stick around til the end tonight, I've got some pleasant surprises in store for us, and Ray Rainsberger our newest nightsider is in tonight for the back half.
Thanks to the WNEW-FM group for sharing this photo of the Academy of Music .Saw many a concert at this historic venue ... Muddy Waters, Blue Oyster Cult, Marshall Tucker Band, Zappa, Thin Lizzy, Johnny Winter , Southside Johnny & ACDC among others
Pleased with today's vinyl purchases. Muddy Waters, Four Tops, Iggy Pop, Patti Smith, Dennis Brown and Rolling Stones.
6 O’clock and Time to Rock! On the Way: Led Zeppelin, Lynyrd Skynyrd Van Halen, Bon Jovi, Ozzy, Whitesnake, Steve Miller Band, Jimi, Foghat, GnR, AC/DC, Allman Brothers, Stones, Queen, plus we will take this bus down Blues Avenue a few times with Robert Cray, Muddy Waters, B.B. King and More! Thanks for Ridin’ on the BUS!
Pete Molinari Biography Pete Molinari. Biography. Pete Molinari's fourth Album 'Theosophy' sits at that point where, as Muddy Waters put it, the Blues had a baby and they called it Rock 'n' Roll. Here Soul, Country, Blues and Rock collide in perfect symbiosis. The songs tell tales of life, love, literature and compact the singer/songwriter's rich life experience so far of musical influences and his globe-spanning, wandering lifestyle down into a collection that is as uplifting as it lush, as classic-sounding as it is contemporary-minded. Simply put it is the spirit of Rock 'n' Roll distilled down and delivered in neat shots. This spirit is there in the Southern fried spiritual of 'What I Am I Am' and the stomping, shimmying sounds of 'Evangeline', which conjures images of the Beatles reeling down the Reeperbahn at 3am, their heads full of purple hearts. It's there in the fragile Roky Erickson-esque country of 'Dear Marie' and 'When Two Worlds Collide', or the early Stones strut and warm sun-baked melodie ...
Son House Birth name: Edward James House, Jr. October 19, 1988 (aged 86) The delta blues master Son House passed away on this day in 1988 from cancer of the larynx at the age of 86. House's innovative style featured very strong, repetitive rhythms, often played with the aid of a bottleneck, coupled with singing that owed more than a nod to the hollers of the chain gangs. The music of Son House, in contrast to that of, say, Blind Lemon Jefferson, was emphatically a dance music, meant to be heard in the noisy atmosphere of a barrelhouse or other dance hall. House was the primary influence on Muddy Waters and also an important influence on Robert Johnson, who would later take his music to new levels. It was House who, speaking to awe-struck young blues fans in the 1960s, spread the legend that Johnson had sold his soul to the Devil in exchange for his musical powers. More recently, House's music has influenced rock groups such as the White Stripes, who covered his song Death Letter (also reworked by Skip Jam ...
I love all the blues giants; Muddy Waters, Elmore James, Robert Johnson et al. . Like Johnny Winter for Texan blues too.
October 11: This Day in Black History 1887: Alexander Miles received a patent for the an automated mechanism for opening and closing the elevator door. 1919: Art Blakey was born. He was one of the inventors of the modern bebop style of drumming. He is known as a powerful musician and a vital groover. He passed in 1990, aged 71. 1924: The first ‘Colored World Series’ of baseball began in Chicago, IL. The Kansas City Monarchs played the Philadelphia Hilldales. 1939: NAACP organized the Legal Defense and Education fund. 1952: Lloyd Price’s second single became a two-sided hit when ‘Oooh, Oooh, Oooh’ reached R&B and its flip ‘Restless Heart’ reached Norm Nixon turns 58 today. He is a retired NBA player. 1960: Aretha Franklin performed at a folk club, the Village Vanguard, in New York’s Greenwich Village doing standards. She was still 13 days away from her 1st R&B chart single, ‘Today I Sing the Blues.’ 1969: Muddy Waters was critically injured in a car crash in Illinois but would recover t ...
don't forget Chuck Berry, Bo Diddley, Fats Domino, Jerry Lee Lewis, Gene Vincent all the way back to Muddy Waters ;)
MICHAEL & THE LONESOME PLAYBOYS today SUNDAY OCT 6th At MOTHERS TAVERN - this Sunday!16701 Pacific Coast Hwy Sunset Beach, CA 90742 - 3pm til 7pm Michael will be doing all your faves from his records 'SCRATCH MY BACK' 'JEAN HARLOW" 'LAST HONKY TONK' 'MOONDOG MAD' 'DIAMOND EYES' 'THE 7TH TRUMPET'& the download UK Indie chart topper "MY LIVERS BAD MY LIFES A MESS (And I Blame You sweetheart)" & many more! & besides all the original tunes a nod here & there To Gene Vincent ,Hank SR.&Muddy Waters,- look for the motorcycles & come have a beer and rip it up with MICHAEL& THE LONESOME PLAYBOYS @ MOTHERS TAVERN!
You never know what you'll find at a garage sale. In my never ending search for vinyl to add to my record collection, this morning I stumbled into some real gems.Jimmy Reed at Carnegie Hall, early Chuck Berry album on Chess, Muddy Waters, Howlin' Wolf, Allman Bros. at Filmore and a Gene Vincent 45.$1 ea. for the albums, a quarter for the 45's. Yes!!!
northern Indian restaurant, two wives (not incredible but a decent option), bean and lead, muddy waters...
Man listening to Muddy Waters on the way home on Shade45. That's why I mess with XM I wouldn't have thought to listen to Redman today
Rude Jude and lord sear throw back Thursday some old school Redman and Eric sermon. Muddy waters get in on it
So apparently I'm the only one in my act. math class that's heard of Muddy Waters & John Coltrane, or at least shared that I have.
still 2 of my faves tho. Dad raised me on Marvin Gaye & Muddy Waters, Mom on all the singer/songwriters we discussed here.
Woo hoo! Time to hoist the main sail & battle through the muddy waters of the final. # Piratesarecoming
Muddy Waters vinyl hunting online is not nearly half as fun as digging through hundreds of albums in that musty record shop.
Pras from the Fugees has a production credit on Muddy Waters for. "Do What Ya Feel".
Heading to Karaoke at JByrd's Muddy Waters tonight, and again at Ye Olde Falcon Pub on Monday... anyone care to join?
Me too. But it makes sense for Ed to deal with this & not muddy waters. But expect Yvette to say something on QT.
We posted Muddy Waters Blues Summit video on our FB page thanks for sharing! FANTASTIC
Muddy Waters home in Chicago is threatened with demolition - CHICAGO — Once, this old house overflowed with...
"It's going to be years and years before most people realize how greatly he contributed to American music." B. B. King on Muddy Waters
To get us in the mood here's the great Muddy Waters (not from the state but he could have been) & "Louisiana Blues"
Muddy Waters, Fleetwood Mac and The Byrds in Chicago, New Year’s Eve 1969 and the lineup for early
Did you pay your dues today? Featuring Mud Morganfield eldest son of Muddy Waters
At the oldest bar in Gent, ‘t galgenhuisje. Playing Elvis and Muddy Waters! Dutch phrase on the wall, “alcohol is poison, but we have time”
Lmao a bunch of dope new music coming out I'm just over here listening to dare iz a darkside and muddy waters
— all good. Only now knee deep in the muddy waters of wedding planning.
Only Muddy Waters could have a name like that and I still respect the man.
To stay white in muddy waters. Only God to rely on.
Following God to a good place may take you through some muddy waters.
I added a video to a playlist Muddy Waters - Champagne & Reefer w/Lyrics
Muddy Waters, Lil Walter and em used to ride around and get it, lots of Jazz artists came up as "headcutters"
IT’S NOT easy navigating the muddy waters of copyright. For instance:. -When is it legal to photocopy a...
Who are you to wave your finger? . You must have been outta your head . Eye hole deep in muddy waters . You practically raised the dead
If MOBOS knew what black origin was they could accept that Rolling Stones came from Muddy Waters out of Cadillac Records!
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