I Just Want To Make Love To You - Muddy Waters - Walkin Blues (CD)

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Paramount made a test pressing, which was unissued and lost until , that incorporated the couplet in the usual blues structure with the first line repeated :. I woke up this morning, feeling round for my shoes I got up this morning, feeling round for my shoes You know by that, people, I must have got the walking blues [2].

The session made a great impression on Lomax, which he attempted to describe many years later in The Land Where the Blues Began. Well got up this morning, feeling 'round for my shoes Know about that, I got the walkin' blues I said I got up this morning, I was feeling 'round for my shoes I said you know about that now, I got the walkin' blues [4]. A year later, Lomax returned and recorded a solo song by House with the title "Walking Blues" which was different from both previous songs.

House had recorded this sequence at the Paramount session as part of "My Black Mama", the song which best displays the melody, structure, guitar figures and declamatory style that Johnson used on "Walking Blues".

Johnson follows a "morning" theme, similar to House's recording and uses House's first verse. Johnson's second verse may have been local or composed by either singer. As a male singer, Johnson could plausibly speak of the dangerous hobo practice of "riding the blinds" defined as "To cadge a lift by standing on the platform attached to the blind baggage car…a car that ain't got no door in the end that's next to the engine".

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But if you love good old rock and roll with kick Ass guitar playing, then this is a great CD! Not really Muddy Waters style blues, closer to the classic old "Bad Company" sound. The rendition of "I just want to make love to you" with Jeff Back playing guitar is absolutely off the hook! This song alone is worth buying the CD!/5().

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  1. "I Just Want to Make Love to You" is a blues song written by Willie Dixon, first recorded by Muddy Waters, and released as "Just Make Love to Me". The song reached number four on Billboard magazine's R&B Best Sellers sputexovalcyde.sadoubmiveversreciperlozacansign.co: Chicago blues.
  2. Jan 18,  · "I Just Want To Make Love To You" by Muddy Waters: Songs For Guitar!! You can do this - I'll be posting one a day! Check out the entire playlist of vid.
  3. I Just Want to Make Love to You Lyrics: I don't want you to be no slave / I don't want you to work all day / I don't want you to be true / I just want to make love to you / I don't want you to.
  4. "Walkin' Blues" or "Walking Blues" is a blues standard written and recorded by American Delta blues musician Son House in Although unissued at the time, it was part of House's repertoire and other musicians, including Robert Johnson and Muddy Waters, adapted the song and recorded their own versions.. Besides "Walking Blues", Johnson's rendition incorporates melodic and rhythmic.
  5. Singles. Muddy Waters' first 78 rpm record in listed him using his birth name, McKinley Morganfield. The late s–mids record releases by Aristocrat Records and Chess Records sometimes used "Muddy Waters and His Guitar" as well as Muddy Waters. From the late s on, he is identified as Muddy Waters.
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of The Father Of Chicago Blues on Discogs.
  7. "You Need Love" is a song with lyrics written by American blues musician Willie Dixon. The instrumentation was first recorded by slide guitarist Earl Hooker with backing musicians. Chicago blues artist Muddy Waters later overdubbed vocals and Chess Records released it as a single in The song has since been covered by other artists, including the Small Faces, retitled "You Need Loving".
  8. Listen to music you'll love! Create a custom radio station from your favorite songs by Muddy Waters on iHeartRadio.
  9. McKinley Morganfield (April 4, – April 30, ), known as Muddy Waters, was an American blues musician, generally considered the "father of modern Chicago blues". He was a major inspiration for the British blues explosion in the s, and was ranked No. 17 in Rolling Stone magazine's list of the Greatest Artists of All Time.

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