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Muddy Waters
She’s All Right / Sad, Sad Day

She’s Alright/Sad Sad Day is one of three Muddy Waters 7” singles to be released by Jack White’s Third Man records. The sleeve features artwork taken from the classic blues label Chess Records’ original label design. The 7” features the original folk/blues version of She’s Alright which was later re-recorded incorporating fuzzed-up psych on Waters’ 1968 album Electric Mud.
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Muddy Waters
The Best Of Muddy Waters

The Best Of Muddy Waters is reissued on vinyl for the first time in 30 years to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the blues legend’s first album release. It’s made up from the 78rpm recordings Waters made for Chess Records between 1948 and 1954. The recordings show Waters as a highly expressive performer making this a great place to start if you want to explore one of music’s most influential artists.
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Muddy Waters
Electric Mud

In 1968 Chess Records teamed Muddy Waters up with Chicago rockers Rotary Connection. It was a rather calculated attempt to sell the older bluesman to hippies, and the result was a somewhat forced grafting of obvious psych tropes over Muddy’s standards and a cover of the Stones’ "Let's Spend the Night Together". It shouldn’t be the first port of call for those new to Waters, or anyone seeking the best in post-psychedelic era heavy blues. It is however an intriguing and very period-specific curio that would later lend samples to Cypress Hill and Gorillaz. Lavish reissue by Third Man.
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  • Muddy Waters

Muddy Waters
Manish Boy / Young Fashioned Ways

Mannish Boy/Young Fashioned Ways is one of three Muddy Waters 7” singles to be released by Jack White’s Third Man records. The sleeve features artwork taken from the classic blues label Chess Records’ original label design. Mannish Boy is a blues classic which has been covered by many artists including The Rolling Stones, Erykah Badu and The Band.
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  • Muddy Waters

Muddy Waters
Rollin’ Stone / Walkin’ Blues

Rollin’ Stone/Walkin’ Blues is one of three Muddy Waters 7” singles to be released by Jack White’s Third Man records. The sleeve features artwork taken from the classic blues label Chess Records’ original label design. It could be argued that Rollin’ Stone underpins the whole rock movement that followed years later. The hugely influential track also inspired a certain Mick ‘n’ Keef to name their band after it.
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  • Muddy Waters
  • Artist(s):
  • Muddy Waters