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Friday, January 21, 2011

Muddy Waters 1969 Fathers & Sons

Genre: Blues
Rate: 320 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 01:04:58
Size: 148,56 MB

Review by James Chrispell

Put blues legends Muddy Waters and Otis Spann together in a recording studio with young upstarts such as Paul Butterfield, Mike Bloomfield, Buddy Miles, amongst others, and hope that the magic will flow. On Fathers and Sons it does, and then some. Originally a two-record set now pared down to one CD, Fathers and Sons displays the love that these musicians shared for the blues and the care they put into getting that feeling down on tape. Standout cuts include "Can't Lose What You Ain't Never Had," "I'm Ready," and "Standing 'Round Cryin'," which Eric Clapton covered in 1994. The live concert is loose and funky with everyone getting in their licks, especially Muddy Waters, who shines throughout. A fine touchstone for anyone looking into Chicago blues and generally good music.


01 - All Aboard 02:53

02 - Mean Disposition 05:43

03 - Blow Wind Blow 03:39

04 - Can't Lose What You Ain't Never Had 03:07

05 - Walkin' Thru The Park 03:22

06 - Forty Days And Forty Nights 03:08

07 - Standin' Round Cryin' 04:06

08 - I'm Ready 03:39

09 - Twenty Four Hours 04:49

10 - Sugar Sweet 02:19

11 - Long Distance Call 06:38

12 - Baby Please Don't Go 03:04

13 - Honey Bee 03:56

14 - The Same Thing 06:00

15 - Got My Mojo Working 1 03:23

16 - Got My Mojo Working 2 05:12

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