Muddy Waters, Johnny Winter, James Cotton - Live in Philadelphia 1977 download mp3 album
The Muddy Waters Woodstock Album. Released: April 1975. Label: Chess (CH 60035). James Cotton & Johnny Winter. Label: Epic/Legacy (07283) ^ Also released as Live in 1958 by MW. ^ Koda places the Chess Box release date as March 1990.
Johnny Winter Timeline 1977 After playing "Rock and Roll" for several years, in 1977 Johnny Winter returns to his musical roots: playing the real blues. His stage shows become calmer; he ceased to jump around from one side of the stage to the other; while playing rough guitar riffs. Now he remains seated, close to the mike. Johnny Winter produces the grammy award winning album "Hard again" with Muddy Waters which launches the comeback of Muddy. Muddy Waters : during an interview on Johnny
Hard Again is the twelfth studio album by American blues singer Muddy Waters. It was recorded by produced by Johnny Winter. Released on January 10, 1977, Hard Again was Muddy's first album on the Blue Sky label after leaving Chess Records, and was well received by critics. In August 1975, Chess Records was sold to All Platinum Records and became a reissue label only.
02 Hoochie Coochie Ma. p3. 04 Walkin' Through the Park. 05 Deep Down in Florida. 07 I Can't Be Satisfied.
Home Blues . Dol. Muddy Waters/Johnny Winter/James Cotton. Live At Tower Theatre Philadelphia March 6 1977. Format: 180 gram vinyl LP Cat: DOR 2071H Released: 15 Apr 16 Genre: Blues.
MUDDY WATERS 100 includes 15 newly recorded tracks featuring Muddy Waters Band alumni and many of today’s most preeminent American blues and roots artists including JOHN PRIMER, GARY CLARK J. JAMES COTTON, KEB’ MO’, JOHNNY WINTER, DEREK TRUCKS, BOB MARGOLIN, BILLY BRANCH and SHEMEKIA COPELAND backed by some of the greatest musicians on the Chicago blues scene including The Living History Band. featuring Kenny Beedy Eyes Smith (drums - son of longtime Muddy drummer Willie ‘Big Eyes’ Smith), Johnny Iguana (keyboards), Felton Crews (bass) and Billy Flynn (guitar). The late great blues guitarist/producer JOHNNY WINTER played on the song I’m Ready for this album just a few weeks before he passed away in July 2014.
SEALED, NEW ALBUM LP - 180g! Muddy Waters. Johnny Winter was responsible for revitalizing Muddy's.
Listen to music from Muddy Waters, Johnny Winter & James Cotton like I Done Got Over It. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Muddy Waters, Johnny Winter & James Cotton. It was recorded live in 1977, and released in 2007. It reached number 3 on the Billboard Blues Albums chart. In January 1977, blues guitarist and singer Muddy Waters released the studio album Hard Again. It was very well-received, and helped revive Waters' career. It won a Grammy Award for Best Ethnic or Traditional Folk Recording.
|1||Hoochie Koochie Man|
|2||Blow Wind Blow|
|3||Walkin’ Through The Park|
|4||Got My Mojo Working|
|5||Blues Had A Baby|
|6||Trouble No More|
|9||Deep Down In Florida|
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NotesLive At The Tower Theatre In Philadelphia March 6, 1977 • Remastered at The Sheperd Studio • © & Ⓟ 2016 BROADCASTING RADIO RECORDS • MANUFACTURED IN EUROPE • ALL RIGHTS RESERVED
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