Re: Little Walter's birthday today....
- Subject: Re: Little Walter's birthday today....
- From: Mojo Red <harplicks@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 1 May 2003 12:43:44 -0700 (PDT)
- --- "Gary W." <gary@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Just spotted a hole in my collection,
> since I only have Jukes stuff.
> What's a good album from his
> Muddy Waters era?
> Well of course all of em,
> but what's best?
> Gary W
I really like the (relatively) new Muddy collection
called "Muddy Waters - His Best: 1947 to 1955" put
out by Chess. More or less follows Muddy early
recordings, up to his peak. Absolutely great
Walters playing as well... it was like these guys
were a single musician, the way they worked
together. Here's the song lineup:
1. I Can't Be Satisfied
2. I Feel Like Going Home
3. Train Fare Blues
4. Rollin' and Tumblin', Pt. 1
5. Rolling Stone
6. Louisiana Blues
7. Long Distance Call
8. Honey Bee
9. She Moves Me
10. Still a Fool
11. Standing Around Crying
12. Baby Please Don't Go
13. I Want You to Love Me
14. (I'm Your) Hoochie Coochie Man
15. I Just Want to Make Love to You
16. I'm Ready
17. Young Fashioned Ways
18. Mannish Boy
19. Sugar Sweet
20. Trouble No More
Harpin' in Colorado,
- --Ken M.
"When you speak of Walter Horton, the first thing you think of is his tone, that big, fat tone."
- ---Li'l Ronnie Owens
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