Gee Whiz! (Look At His Eyes). Written-By – Miller, Greenfield. Baby It's You. Written-By – Williams, Bacharach, David.
Gee Whiz! (Look At His Eyes). Baby, It's You. A5. –The Shirelles. Soldier Boy. A6. –Lonnie Mack. Wham! B1. Love That Way. B3. –Otis Spann And Muddy Waters. B4. B5. I've Got My Mojo Working. Other Versions (1 of 1) View All.
B-A-B-Y Written-By – Porter-Hayes. Foolish Little Girl Written-By – Miller, Greenfield. Baby It's You Written-By – Williams, Bacharach, David. Soldier Boy Written-By – Greenberg, Dickson. Wham! Written-By – Durham, Miller. Memphis Written-By – Berry. Love That Way Written-By – Benton. Blowin' Wind Blow Written-By – Mongarfield. Otis Spann And Muddy Waters - Sarpe GER 20. Spann And Muddy. Las Grandes Estrellas Del Rock.
Muddy Waters was an American blues artist widely considered to be one of the most important figures in post–World War II Chicago blues. He popularized several early Delta blues songs, such as "Rollin' and Tumblin'", Walkin' Blues", and "Baby, Please Don't Go", and recorded songs that went on to become blues standards, including "Hoochie Coochie Man", "Mannish Boy", and "Got My Mojo Working".
Joining Muddy Waters (guitar/vocals) and Otis Spann (piano) on the aptly titled Fathers and Sons are three Butterfield Blues Band alumni: Michael Bloomfield (guitar), Sam Lay (drums), and leader Paul Butterfield (guitar). Further augmenting the personnel is Booker T. & the MG's Donald "Duck" Dunn (bass) and Buddy Miles (drums) - who cameos during the live "Got My Mojo Workin'" finale. The poorly executed scheme had been designed to introduce Waters' music to a younger and mostly white audience. In essence, Fathers and Sons is able to accomplish with musical integrity what Electric Mud couldn't through gimmickry. Additionally, the incorporation of the younger generation of bluesmen solidified Waters' stature as one of the pre-eminent forces in Chicago blues to a decidedly fresh and underdeveloped audience. The LP is split between studio sides cut on April 21-23 and a half-hour live set.
Walking Thru The Park - Muddy Waters, Otis Spann. Blues Before Sunrise - Muddy Waters, Otis Spann. I Feel Like Going Home - Muddy Waters with Otis Spann & The Chris Barber Band. Feel Like Going Home - Muddy Waters.
Carla Venita Thomas (born December 21, 1942) is an American singer, who is often referred to as the Queen of Memphis Soul. She is the daughter of Rufus Thomas. Thomas was born and raised in the Foote Homes Projects in Memphis, Tennessee. Along with her siblings, Marvell and Vaneese, she was one of three musical children of Rufus and Lorene Thomas.
The Shirelles - "Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow" - (2:36).
Rhythm and Blues singer Carla Thomas, best known for a series of hit records in the 1960’s which earned her the title, the Queen of Memphis Soul. Carla was born in 1942, in the Foote Homes Housing Project in Memphis, Tennessee. Her 1966 hit song B-A-B-Y has gained attention again in 2017 due to the release of the hit movie Baby Driver. Carla Thomas continues to live in Memphis. Popular Carla Thomas songs.
|–Carla Thomas||Gee Whiz! (Look At His Eyes)||2:15|
|–The Shirelles||Foolish Little Girl||2:13|
|–The Shirelles||Baby It's You||2:30|
|–The Shirelles||Soldier Boy||2:41|
|–Brook Benton||Love That Way||1:30|
|–Otis Spann & Muddy Waters||Blowin' Wind Blow||3:10|
|–Otis Spann & Muddy Waters||Five Long Years||5:30|
|–Otis Spann & Muddy Waters||I've Got My Mojo Working||3:30|
|GSR-13||Carla Thomas / The Shirelles / Lonnie Mack / Brook Benton / Otis Spann / Muddy Waters||Carla Thomas / The Shirelles / Lonnie Mack / Brook Benton / Otis Spann / Muddy Waters - Carla Thomas / The Shirelles / Lonnie Mack / Brook Benton / Otis Spann / Muddy Waters (LP, Comp)||Curcio||GSR-13||Italy||1981|
|GER 20||Carla Thomas / The Shirelles / Lonnie Mack / Brook Benton / Otis Spann & Muddy Waters||Carla Thomas / The Shirelles / Lonnie Mack / Brook Benton / Otis Spann & Muddy Waters - Las Grandes Estrellas Del Rock (LP, Comp)||Sarpe||GER 20||Spain||1982|