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Muddy Waters - Got My Mojo Working [Shanachie DVD] album download
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Muddy Waters - Got My Mojo Working [Shanachie DVD] album download

Performer:
Muddy Waters
Album:
Got My Mojo Working [Shanachie DVD]
Style:
Electric Blues,Electric Chicago Blues,Regional Blues,Chicago Blues
Genre:
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1225 mb
FLAC archive size:
1507 mb
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RA MMF APE TTA ASF DMF
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Band Name Muddy Waters. Album Name Got My Mojo Working : Rare Performances 1968-1978. Erscheinungsdatum 12 September 2000. Musik GenreBlues Rock. Mitglieder die dieses Album besitzen0. 2. Country Boy. 3. Got My Mojo Working. 4. Baby Please Don't Go. 5. Honey Bee. 6. They Call Me Muddy Waters. 7. Walking Through the Park. 8. Long Distance Call.

Band Name Muddy Waters. Data de aparición 12 Septiembre 2000. Estilo MusicalBlues Rock. Miembros poseen este álbum0.

In Got My Mojo Working, Muddy works the vocals from his cavernous chest into his mouth and then shakes the words from his jowls and cheeks. His singing is as glorious as his playing. Electric Blues Label: Shanachie, Yazoo 521. These rare performances – all electric – capture Muddy as the embers of his career glowed anew. By 1968, the folk blues had waned and the sound he popularized in the mid-1950s was returning to the fore.

Muddy Waters was the father of the "Chicago blues sound. Songs: Blow Wind Blow, Country Boy, Got My Mojo Working, Baby Please Don't Go, plus lots more. Running Time: 55 Minutes (2000). Likewise for his vocals-they grew richer, deeper, and more commanding with age. It's a shame this Shanachie/Yazoo DVD doesn't provide liner notes or details about these specific performances, but this is electric blues in its purest form, from its purest practitioner, and we can be grateful these recordings have survived for posterity.