Willie Buck was born in 1937 in the small town of Houston, Mississippi. He began his craft singing in the most popular form of the day, "Rock & Roll. Believe you me, it didn't take him long to develop his sound.
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Bring It On is the debut album by English band Gomez. Gomez entered the recording studios in late 1997 to turn their demos into an album. During this time they also toured the UK with Embrace. The first single, "78 Stone Wobble" was released in March 1998 with the album following a month later.
Of all the post-Fathers & Sons attempts at updating Waters' sound in collaboration with younger white musicians, this album worked best because they let Waters be himself, producing music that compared favorably to his concerts of the period, which were wonderful. His final album for Chess (recorded at Levon Helm's Woodstock studio, not in Chicago), with Helm and fellow Band-member Garth Hudson teaming up with Waters' touring band, it was a rocking (in the bluesy sense) soulful swansong to the label where he got his start.
Twenty of the best Muddy Waters songs: legendary cuts from the blues legend who helped launch Chess Records and inspired The Rolling Stones. Muddy was shocked when he realised how good he sounded: he’d never heard himself sing before. In 1943 he moved north to Chicago and played in clubs, but the city crowd was so noisy that Muddy had to get an electric guitar. Three years later, the record companies were sniffing around and Muddy signed with Aristocrat; two years after that, in 1948, he hit with ‛I Can’t Be Satisfied’. You Shook Me’ found the bluesman taking the unusual step of singing lyrics written by Willie Dixon and JB Lenoir over someone else’s record: the instrumental ‘Blue Guitar’ by Earl Hooker. Released in 1962, Muddy’s version was paired with ‛Muddy Waters Twist’, the latter a sign that Chess was unsure what to do with its blues acts in the early 60s.
Ooh In the muddy water we're falling Ooh In the muddy water we're crawling Holds me down Hold me now Sold me out In the muddy waters we're falling. It is not clear why we choose the fire pathway Where we end is not the way that we had planned All the spirits gather 'round like it's our last day To get across you know we'll have to raise the sand. Ooh, I will ask you for mercy I will come to you blind What you'll see is the worst me I'm not the last of my kind
|1||My Eyes Keep In Trouble||6:38|
|2||I Want My Baby||5:00|
|5||I Am A King Bee||6:56|
|6||I Won´t Go On||4:13|
|7||Baby Please Don´t Go||4:05|
|8||40 Days And 40 Nigths||4:32|
|9||Doin´ Good And Bad At The Same Time||5:16|
|10||Hoochie Coochie Man||4:19|
|12||Long Distance Call||6:23|
|13||Trouble No More||4:07|
|14||Walking Through The Park||4:35|
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