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|Muddy Waters||Primary Artist, Guitar, Vocals|
|Gene Barge||Tenor Saxophone|
|Andy McKaie||Producer, Reissue|
|Bill Sharpe||Cover Design|
|Charles Stepney||Arranger, Producer|
|Mark A. Humphrey||Liner Notes|
|Mark Humphrey||Liner Notes|
Posted October 1, 2010
The professional critic who reviewed this album doesn't like it much but when this collection of Muddy Waters songs (redone with a psychedelic electric band backing him up, complete with screaming electric guitars) first came out it was very well received and was a great reminder that the Blues were at the roots of Rock and Roll. Far from being embarrassed (as the professional critic claims) Muddy sounds like he's having a pretty good time with the effort. Certainly it is more of a 60's hippy album than a Blues album, but that was the whole point of making the album, and it's a point well taken.
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