Muddy Waters Fathers & Sons(2001)[FLAC][Colombo bt org]

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Name:Muddy Waters Fathers & Sons(2001)[FLAC][Colombo bt org]

Total Size: 510.28 MB

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INFO.txt (Size: 510.28 MB) (Files: 34)


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159.54 KB

 01All Aboard.flac

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 Muddy Waters - Fathers & sons.m3u

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 Fathers & sons.log

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 Fathers & sons.CUE

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 20Got My Mojo Working, Part Two.flac

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 19Got My Mojo Working, Part One.flac

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 18The Same Thing.flac

34.84 MB

 17Honey Bee.flac

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 16Baby, Please Don't Go.flac

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 15Long Distance Call.flac

43.11 MB

 14I Feel So Good.flac

19.53 MB

 13Oh Yeah.flac

22.39 MB

 12I Love The Life I Live.flac

17.69 MB

 11Country Boy.flac

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 10Sugar Sweet.flac

15.07 MB

 09Twenty Four Hours.flac

29.72 MB

 08I'm Ready.flac

23.69 MB

 07Standin' Round Cryin'.flac

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 06Forty Days And Forty Nights.flac

20.50 MB

 05Walking Thru The Park.flac

22.27 MB

 04Can't Lose What You ain't Never Had.flac

20.45 MB

 03Blow Wind Blow.flac

23.60 MB

 02Mean Disposition.flac

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If restricted to one blues recording this would be the one to have! The finest assembly ever of authentic urban Chicago blues musicians! Muddy's fine vocals are prominent throughout as Otis Spann, Butterfield and Bloomfield stand out instrumentally. The studio recordings that begin the LP/CD are tastefully done and yet only serve as a warm-up for the live tracks that follow. "Long Distance Call" and "Sail On (Honey Bee)" are sublime. The first take of "Mojo" will raise your hair and the second take will knock you out of your chair, as Bloomfield and Butterfield take solos nearly beyond belief, especially Butter's second take harp solo. I can't imagine any other 60's white players steeped in blues and experienced and talented enough to play at this level with Muddy Waters and Otis Spann. No cross-over distorted rock here. Simply the electric urban blues - incredibly done!

The resurgence of Chicago-based blues in the mid- to late 1960s came with an entirely new breed of icons to bear the torch. Among them were the decidedly electric Paul Butterfield Blues Band. 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. and the MG's Donald "Duck" Dunn (bass) and Buddy Miles (drums) -- who cameos during the live "Got My Mojo Workin'" finale. This all-star cast helps reclaim some of Waters' fire, which had been summarily doused on his previous outing Electric Mud -- a tasteless pseudo-psychedelic disaster. 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 blues men solidified Waters stature as one of the pre-eminent forces in Chicago Blues to a decidedly fresh and underdeveloped audience. The disc is split between studio sides cut on April 21-23 and a half-hour live set. This performance, during the Super Cosmic Joy-Scout Jamboree, was documented on the evening following the final day of studio recording. The event was held at Auditorium Theater in (where else?) Chicago. Simplifying the process is Fathers and Sons set list, which consists of exclusively vintage Waters material. "Mean Disposition" and "Standin' Round Cryin'" drip with Bloomfield and Butterfield's nasty languid electric funk and feature Waters' determined and energized vocals. On the up-tempo blues/rockers "Walking Thru the Park" and "Sugar Sweet" the nimble and lyrical guitar passages meld the distance between Waters and the electric blues of Cream and Led Zeppelin. The 2001 remastered CD edition includes four additional studio sides issued here for the first time: "Country Boy," "I Love The Life I Live (I Live The Life I Love)," "Oh Yeah," and "I Feel So Good." Without question, the highlight of Fathers and Sons is the live performances which are incessantly fuelled by the explosive nature of the musicians on stage as well as the audience. "Long Distance Call" and the two-part "Got My Mojo Working" are the finest pieces on the album. They likewise rate among the most complimentary marriages of Chicago R&B with rock & roll. Of Muddy Waters' later recordings, it certainly got no better than the summit meeting heard on Fathers and Sons. Fans of Waters' true and natural showmanship, as well as enthusiasts of blues-based rock & roll will find plenty to revisit. ~ Lindsay Planer, All Music Guide

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1.: All Aboard
2.: Mean Disposition
3.: Blow Wind Blow
4.: Can't Lose What You Ain't Never Had
5.: Walking Thru The Park
6.: Forty Days And Forty Nights
7.: Standin' Round Cryin'
8.: I'm Ready
9.: Twenty Four Hours
10.: Sugar Sweet
11.: Country Boy (previously unreleased)
12.: I Love The Life I Live (I Live The Life I Love) (previously unreleased)
13.: Oh Yeah (previously unreleased)
14.: I Feel So Good (previously unreleased)
15.: Long Distance Call (live)
16.: Baby Please Don't Go (live)
17.: Honey Bee (live)
18.: Same Thing (live)
19.: Got My Mojo Working (part 1/live)
20.: Got My Mojo Working (part 2/live)

Muddy Waters Guitar, Vocals, Main Performer
Otis Spann Piano
Sam Lay Drums
Donald "Duck" Dunn Bass
Buddy Miles Drums
Michael Bloomfield Guitar
Paul Butterfield Harmonica

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