Muddy Waters

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Muddy Waters
eigentlich McKinley Morganfield

* 4. April 1915 in Rolling Fork, Mississippi;
† 30. April 1983 in Westmont, Illinois

war einer der einflussreichsten US-amerikanischen Bluesmusiker.

Er wurde als McKinley Morganfield geboren. Da die Familie in der Nähe eines kleinen Nebenflusses des Mississippi namens Deer Creek wohnte und er oft in diesem spielte und dabei dreckig wurde, bekam er von seiner Schwester den Spitznamen Muddy Waters („schlammiges Wasser“). Read more on

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"Unk" in Funk (2006)
I Can't Be Satisfied (disc 2) (2005)
Ol' Man Mud (2000)
Honey Bee (1999)
Fathers & Sons (1998)
Electric Mud (1997)
King of the Electric Blues (1997)
I'm Ready Live! (1995)
One More Mile (disc 1) (1994)
Folk Singer (1993)
The Blues Collection 11: Chicago Blues (1993)
The Complete Plantation Recordings (1993)
Live (At Mr. Kelly's) (1992)
The Essential Recordings (1991)
Muddy, Brass and the Blues (1989)
Muddy Waters Sings Bill Bill Broonzy/Folk Singer (1986)
I'm Ready (1978)
Hard Again (1977)
Woodstock Album (1975)
After the Rain (1969)
Fathers and Sons (1969)
Down on Stovall's Plantation (1966)
Going Way Back (1965)
20 Reflective Recordings
28 Great Blues Songs (disc 1)
28 Great Blues Songs (disc 2)
A Night In Boston
Blue Skies Best of Muddy Waters
Country Blues
Double Play
Got My Mojo Working
Hard Day Blues
Hoochie Coochie Man
King Bee
Master of the Blues
Muddy Waters (Sony compilation)
Rock Me
Rollin' And Tumblin' And Other Classics
The Muddy Waters Collection
Trainfare Blues
Ultimate Blues CD1
Ultimate Blues CD2


You Shook Me / Muddy Waters Twist (1962)
She's Nineteen Years Old / Close to You (1958)
Sugar Sweet / Trouble, No More (1955)
I Just Want to Make Love to You (Just Make Love to Me) / Oh Yeh (1954)
I'm Your Hoochie Cooche Man / She's So Pretty (1954)
Standing Around Crying / Gone to Main Street (1952)
Rollin' and Tumblin', Part 1 & 2 (1950)
I Can't Be Satisfied / Feel Like Going Home (1948)
From Mississippi to Chicago