Muddy Waters Playlist

By: Bill Milkowski

20 songs / 1:42:07

  1. 1 Goodbye Newport Blues / Catfish Blues-Muddy Waters 03:23
  2. 2 Muddy Waters Blues Band / Five Long Years 05:05
  3. 3 Muddy Waters Blues Band / Hoochie Coochie Man 02:32
  4. 4 Muddy Waters Blues Band / Country Boy 03:31
  5. 5 Muddy Waters Blues Band / Got My Mojo Working 05:22
  6. 6 Muddy Waters Blues Band / Blow Wind Blow 05:51
  7. 7 Muddy Waters Blues Band / Honey Bee 04:34
  8. 8 Muddy Waters Blues Band / Forty Days And Forty Nights 04:16
  9. 9 Muddy Waters Blues Band / She Moves Me 08:00
  10. 10 Muddy Waters / Walkin' Blues 04:05
  11. 11 Muddy Waters / I Can't Be Satisfied 03:06
  12. 12 Muddy Waters Blues Band / Long Distance Call 07:45
  13. 13 Muddy Waters Blues Band / Baby Please Don't Go 02:44
  14. 14 Muddy Waters Blues Band / Mannish Boy 05:22
  15. 15 Muddy Waters Blues Band / Everything's Gonna Be Alright 04:41
  16. 16 Muddy Waters Blues Band / Dust My Broom 05:16
  17. 17 Muddy Waters Blues Band / Everybody Got Somebody 04:38
  18. 18 Muddy Waters Blues Band / Walking Through The Park 05:20
  19. 19 Muddy Waters Blues Band / Kansas City 06:57
  20. 20 Muddy Waters Blues Band / For You My Love 09:39

The Mississippi-born McKinley Morganfield (aka Muddy Waters) was born in Rolling Fork, Mississippi on April 4, 1915 and raised in nearby Clarksdale, Mississippi. Inspired by Delta blues pioneers Son House and Robert Johnson, he began playing bottleneck style guitar to accompany his powerful vocals. He recorded in 1941 for the Library of Congress and by 1943 moved to Chicago, where he electrified his Delta style in his first landmark recordings for Chess Records. He was a major influence on a generation of '60s British bands including the Beatles, Led Zeppelin, the Yardbirds and the Rolling Stones (who named their band after one of his songs). One of the most influential and enduring blues artists of the modern era, Waters continued performing into his 70s. He died quietly in his sleep on April 30, 1983 in his home in suburban Westmont, Illinois.