At Newport 1960

Muddy Waters - At Newport 1960
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Based on 60 ratings
1960 Ratings: #17
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November 15, 1960 / Release Date
Live / Format
MCA / Label
Blues, Chicago Blues / Genres
Leonard Chess / Producer
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The History of the Albums - n° 152

Just do a little research and you'll see that when you're looking for Blues artists, the name Muddy Waters always appears. Sometimes even before B.B King. In the end there is nothing surprising. To describe Muddy Waters in a few words, he is one of the most influential prodigies and pioneers of the Delta Blues and Chicago Blues of all time. He is not the first but his use of the electric guitar and all the modernizations he has brought, have not only ... read more


Classic blues live album from one of blues' most monumental and influential characters. Something about this album, even if it is relatively standard, is comforting and relevant to this day.


1001 albums you must hear before you die #28

Honestly kinda underwhelmed by this one. Clear talent on display but the songwriting is just not interesting and muddy waters's vocals don't have the energy to carry the boring lyrics. Good music to have on in the background but not much more.

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Track List

  1. I Got My Brand on You
  2. I'm Your Hoochie Coochie Man
  3. Baby, Please Don't Go
  4. Soon Forgotten
  5. Tiger in Your Tank
  6. I Feel So Good
  7. Got My Mojo Working
  8. Got My Mojo Working, Part 2
  9. Goodbye Newport Blues
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Added on: April 22, 2013