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Muddy Waters
マディ・ウォーターズ

  • BORN: April 4, 1915, Rolling Fork, Mississippi
    1915年4月4日、ミシシッピ州ローリング・フォーク生まれ
  • DIED: April 30, 1983, Westmont, Illinois
    1983年4月30日、イリノイ州ウェストモントにて死去
  • vocals guitar

人々は彼を“ブルースの帝王”と絶賛した。王者にふさわしい堂々たる風格、威厳のあるヴォーカル。名匠サン・ハウスから学んだミシシッピ直送のブルースを電気増幅し、戦後のシカゴのクラブ街で、ブルース激変の先頭に立っていた重要人物がマディ・ウォーターズだった。1946年に行われたシカゴでの最初のレコーディング・セッションの結果は浅薄なものだったが、1948年から50年代初期にかけて、のちにブルースの古典となる作品が絶え間なく生まれた。ジェイムス・コットン、リトル・ウォルター、ピー・ウィー・マディソン、オーティス・スパン、ジミー・ロジャース、ジュニア・ウェルズ、バディ・ガイらのビッグ・ネームもマディのバンドを通過しているのだ。しかし、60年代にはマディのレコードの売り上げは急激に減ってしまった。チェスはマディのサウンドを変えようとサイケデリックな悪名高きアルバム『Electric Mud』をリリース。批評家からは酷評されたが、当時のマディのアルバムでは一番売れた。70年代のマディは好調だった。常に優秀なステージ・バンドを従えていた。チェス崩壊後、CBSが配給するブルー・スカイ・レーベルと契約。ジョニー・ウィンターのプロデュースで、基本に帰ったレコードを何枚か発表した。晩年には世界中どこへ行っても尊敬されるようになっていた。マディの音楽は、永遠にエレクトリック・ブルースの根底にありつづける。

CDガイド

The Complete Plantation Recordings
田舎の小作人だった時代のマディ・ウォーターズが聴ける。1941年及び1942年にアラン・ロマックスにより録音されたもの。
ベスト・オブ・マディ・ウォーターズ+8
50年代末に発売されたマディ・ウォーターズの初アルバムにして最高傑作のリイシュー(ボーナス・トラックとして8曲を追加)。「アイ・キャント・ビー・サティスファイド」「アイム・レディ」「フーチー・クーチー・マン」など、攻撃的な演奏がズラリ並ぶ。

Recordings

circa August 24-31, 1941, Stovall, Mississippi
possibly July 20-24, 1942, probably Clarksdale, Mississippi
July 24, 1942, Stovall, Mississippi
1946, Chicago, Illinois
September 27, 1946, Chicago, Illinois
circa September, 1947, Chicago, Illinois
April, 1948, Chicago, Illinois
1948, Chicago, Illinois
  • Florida Harricane (by St. Louis Jimmy)
  • So Nice And Kind (by St. Louis Jimmy)
1948, Chicago, Illinois
  • Blue Baby (by Little Walter)
  • I Want My Baby (by Little Walter)
Autumn, 1948, Chicago, Illinois
November 30, 1948, Chicago, Illinois
circa July, 1949, Chicago, Illinois
Summer 1949, Chicago, Illinois
1949, Chicago, Illinois
  • Ludella (by Jimmy Rogers)
January, 1950, Chicago, Illinois
February, 1950, Chicago, Illinois
Summer 1950, Chicago, Illinois
October 23, 1950, Chicago, Illinois
January 23, 1951, Chicago, Illinois
July 11, 1951, Chicago, Illinois
December 29, 1951, Chicago, Illinois
May, 1952, Chicago, Illinois
  • Juke (by Little Walter)
  • Juke (take 3) (by Little Walter)
  • Can't Hold Out Much Longer (by Little Walter)
  • Can't Hold Out Much Longer (alternate take) (by Little Walter)
  • Please Have Mercy
August 17, 1952, Chicago, Illinois
  • Mistreated Baby (by Jimmy Rogers)
  • The Last Time (by Jimmy Rogers)
  • What's The Matter (by Jimmy Rogers)
  • Out On The Road (by Jimmy Rogers)
September 17, 1952, Chicago, Illinois
possibly January 9, 1953, Chicago, Illinois
May 4, 1953, Chicago, Illinois
September 24, 1953, Chicago, Illinois
January 7, 1954, Chicago, Illinois
April 13, 1954, Chicago, Illinois
April 15, 1954, Chicago, Illinois
  • 'Bout The Break Of Day (by Junior Wells)
  • Lord Lord (by Junior Wells)
  • Lord Lord (Lawdy Lawdy) (by Junior Wells)
  • So All Alone (by Junior Wells)
  • Blues Hit Big Town (by Junior Wells)
  • Blues Hit Big Town (by Junior Wells)
September 1, 1954, Chicago, Illinois
September, 1954, Chicago, Illinois
February 3, 1955, Chicago, Illinois
May 24, 1955, Chicago, Illinois
August 12, 1955, Chicago, Illinois
  • Work With Me (by Sonny Boy Williamson)
  • Don't Start Me To Talkin' (by Sonny Boy Williamson)
  • All My Love In Vain (by Sonny Boy Williamson)
  • Good Evening Everybody (by Sonny Boy Williamson)
  • You Killing Me (On My Feet) (by Sonny Boy Williamson)
November 3, 1955, Chicago, Illinois
January, 1956, Chicago, Illinois
July, 1956, Chicago, Illinois
December 1, 1956, Chicago, Illinois
May/June, 1957, Chicago, Illinois
1958, Chicago, Illinois
August, 1958, Chicago, Illinois
  • She's Nineteen Years Old - @YouTube
  • Close To You
  • Key To The Highway (by Little Walter)
  • Rock Bottom (by Little Walter)
  • Rock Bottom (alternate take) (by Little Walter)
  • Walking Thru The Park (Walking In The Park)
  • Walkin' On (alternate take of Rock Bottom) (by Little Walter)
October 26, 1958, Free Trade Hall, Manchester, England
January, 1959, Chicago, Illinois
April 3, 1959, Carnegie Hall, New York City, New York
  • Boogie Woogie Memphis (by Memphis Slim)
  • The Saddest Blues (by Memphis Slim)
  • How Long (by Memphis Slim)
  • Hoochie Coochie Man
  • Goin' Down (Walkin' Through The Park)
June, 1959, Chicago, Illinois
July/August, 1959, Chicago, Illinois
April 23, 1960, Chicago, Illinois
June 7, 1960, Chicago, Illinois
July 3, 1960, Newport Jazz Festival, Newport, Rhode Island
circa January/February, 1961, New York City, New York
  • Rock Me
  • Sunrise Blues (Blow Wind Blow)
  • All This Piano Boogie (by Memphis Slim)
  • How Long (by Memphis Slim)
  • Stackolee (by Memphis Slim)
  • John Henry (by Memphis Slim)
  • Bye Bye Baby (by Memphis Slim)
  • Love My Baby (by Memphis Slim)
  • When The Sun Goes Down (by Memphis Slim)
  • Someday Baby (by Memphis Slim)
  • Slim's Slow Blues (by Memphis Slim)
  • Gee Ain't It Hard To Find Somebody (by Memphis Slim)
July/Aug, 1961, Chicago, Illinois
January, 1962, Chicago, Illinois
  • Going Home
  • Down By The Deep Blue Sea
  • Muddy Waters Twist
  • Tough Times
June 27, 1962, Chicago, Illinois, dubbed vocal
  • You Shook Me
  • You Shook Me (alternate take)
October 12, 1962, Chicago, Illinois
  • You Need Love
  • Little Brown Bird
  • Black Angel
May 2, 1963, Chicago, Illinois
  • Five Long Years
  • Brown Skin Woman
  • Twenty Four Hours
  • Coming Round The Mountain
  • Let Me Hang Around
June 6, 1963, Chicago, Illinois
July 26, 1963, Copa Cabana, Chicago, Illinois
  • Wee Wee Baby
  • Got My Mojo Working
  • Sitting And Thinking
  • Clouds In My Heart
  • She's Nineteen Years Old
September, 1963, Chicago, Illinois
October 3, 1963, American Folk Blues Festival, Hellbron, Germany
  • Blow Wind Blow
  • Five Long Years
  • Got My Mojo Working
October 4, 1963, Frankfurt, Germany
  • Trouble No More
  • Five Long Years
  • Got My Mojo Working
October 13, 1963, Bremen, Germany
October, 1963, Baden-Baden, Germany
  • Sonny Boy And Muddy's Mojo
  • Captain, Captain
April 9, 1964, Chicago, Illinois
  • The Same Thing
  • You Can't Lose What You Ain't Never Had
May 4, 1964, London
  • Natural Days (by Otis Spann)
  • Meet Me In The Bottom (by Otis Spann)
  • I Got A Feeling (by Otis Spann)
  • Keep Your Hand Out Of My Pocket (by Otis Spann)
  • Sarah Street (by Otis Spann)
  • Jangleboogie (by Otis Spann)
  • Nobody Knows (by Otis Spann)
  • The Blues Don't Like Nobody (by Otis Spann)
  • T 99 (by Otis Spann)
  • My Home Is In The Delta (by Otis Spann)
  • Mojo Rock 'n' Roll (by Otis Spann)
  • Pretty Girls Everywhere (by Otis Spann)
  • Country Boy (by Otis Spann)
  • Spann's Boogie (by Otis Spann)
  • Stir's Me Up (by Otis Spann)
  • I'd Rather Be The Devil (by Otis Spann)
  • I Came From Clarksdale (by Otis Spann)
  • Rock Me Mama (by Otis Spann)
  • Get Out Of My Way (by Otis Spann)
  • Lost Sheep In The Fold (by Otis Spann)
  • Keep Your Hand Out Of My Pocket (by Otis Spann)
  • T 99 (by Otis Spann)
  • You're Gonna Need My Help (by Otis Spann)
May, 1964, Europe
  • Country Boy
  • Baby Please Don't Go
  • Hoochie Coochie Man
  • Sittin' And Thinkin' (Tiger In Your Tank)
  • 19 Years Old
  • Good Looking Woman (Rollin' Stone)
  • Baby Back To Me
October, 1964, Chicago, Illinois
  • My John The Conquer Root
  • Short Dress Woman
  • Put Me In Your Lay Away
November 21, 1964, Chicago, Illinois
  • One More Mile To Go (vocal: James Cotton)
May 18, 1965, Chicago, Illinois
March 1966, Chicago, Illinois
June 22/23, 1966, Chicago, Illinois
August 30, 1966, New York City
  • I'm Bad Like Jesse James (by John Lee Hooker)
  • She's Long, She's Tall (She Weeps Like A Willow Tree) (by John Lee Hooker)
  • When My First Wife Left Me (by John Lee Hooker)
  • Heartaches And Misery (by John Lee Hooker)
  • One Bourbon, One Scotch, One Beer (by John Lee Hooker)
  • I Don't Want No Trouble (by John Lee Hooker)
  • I'll Never Get Out Of These Blues Alive (by John Lee Hooker)
  • Seven Days (by John Lee Hooker)
  • Popcom Man (by Otis Spann)
  • Brand New House (by Otis Spann)
  • T'Aint Nobody's Biz-ness (by Otis Spann)
  • Spann Blues (by Otis Spann)
  • Down On Sarah Street (by Otis Spann)
  • Steel Mill Blues (by Otis Spann)
  • My Home Is In The Delta (by Otis Spann)
  • Chicago Blues (by Otis Spann)
  • Nobody Knows Chicago Like I Do (Party Blues) (by Otis Spann)
November 4-6, 1966, Filmore West, San Francisco, California
January, 1967, Chicago, Illinois
possibly 1967
  • Kansas City (by Otis Spann)
  • Tin Pan Alley (by Otis Spann)
  • 5 Long Years
  • Live The Life I Love
  • I Wanna Go Home
  • Can't Lose What You Ain't Never Had
  • High Rising
circa April, 1967, Chicago, Illinois
1967, Chicago, Illinois
July, 1967, Newport Folk Festival, Newport, Rhode Island
  • Blow Wind Blow
  • Flood
  • Nineteen Years Old
September, 1967, New York City
October 18, 1967, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
November 20, 1967, New York City
  • Looks Like Twins (by Otis Spann) - @YouTube
1968, Chicago, Illinois
  • Been A Long, Long Time (by Otis Spann)
  • Look Under My Bed (by Otis Spann)
  • Tribute To Martin Luther King (by Otis Spann)
  • Sarah Street (by Otis Spann)
  • Worried Life Blues (by Otis Spann)
May 1968, Chicago, Illinois
July 5, 1968, Washington, DC
  • Long Distance Call
July, 1968, Newport, Rhode Island
  • Walkin' Blues
  • Can't Be Satisfied
October 2, 1968, University of California, Los Angeles
  • Can't Hold Out Much Longer (by George Smith)
  • Love With A Feeling (by Lucille Spann)
October 3, 1968, University of California, Los Angeles
  • Juke (by George Smith)
  • Key To The Highway (by George Smith)
  • Everything Gonna Be Alright (by George Smith)
  • Tell Me Mama (by George Smith)
  • Last Night (by George Smith)
  • You Better Watch Yourself (by George Smith)
  • West Helena Woman (by George Smith)
  • Goin' Down Slow (by George Smith)
  • Just A Feelin' (by George Smith)
October 4, 1968, University of California, Los Angeles
  • My Babe (by George Smith)
  • Too Late (by George Smith)
  • Mellow Down Easy (by George Smith)
October 21, 1968, England
  • Blues Riff
  • Can't Lose What You Ain't Never Had
  • Bloodstains On The Wall
  • Hoochie Coochie Man
  • Got My Mojo Working
  • Long Distance Call
  • Country Boy
  • Five Long Years
November 4, 1968, Salle Pleyel, Paris, France
  • Back To The Chicken Shack
  • Train Fare Home
  • Hoochie Coochie Man
  • Blow Wind Blow
  • Long Distance Call
  • Ring Up
  • Worried Life Blues
  • Got My Mojo Working
  • Got My Mojo Working (encore)
November, 1968, Montreux Jazz Festival, Switzerland
  • Country Boy
January, 1969, Chicago, Illinois
February, 1969, Chicago, Illinois
April 21, 1969, Chicago, Illinois
  • Walkin' Thru The Park
  • Standing Around Crying
  • Live The Life I Love
April 22, 1969, Chicago, Illinois
  • Twenty Four Hours
  • Country Boy
  • Sugar Sweet
  • Sugar Sweet (alternate take)
  • Forty Days And Forty Nights
  • All Aboard
  • All Aboard (alternate take)
  • Can't Lose What You Ain't Never Had
April 23, 1969, Chicago, Illinois
  • Oh Yeah
  • Mean Disposition
  • Blow Wind Blow
  • I'm Ready
  • I Feel So Good
April 24, 1969, Super Cosmic Joy Scout Jamboree, Chicago, Illinois
  • Long Distance Call
  • Baby Please Don't Go
  • The Same Thing
  • Got My Mojo Working Part 1
  • Got My Mojo Working Part 2
  • Honey Bee
circa 1969
  • Mojo
  • Sun Rose This Morning
October, 1969, Chicago, Illinois
  • Going Home
April/May, 1970, Chicago, Illinois
November, 1970, Paris
November, 1970, Stockholm
  • Blow Wind Blow (incomplete)
  • Goodbye Baby (Blow Wind Blow) (incomplete)
  • Hoochie Coochie Man
  • Honey Bee
  • Walking Thru The Park
  • Trouble No More
  • Goin' Down Slow
June, 1971, 'Mister Kelly's', Chicago, Illinois
November, 1971, Washington University
  • Honey Bee
  • Hoochie Coochie Man
  • Walking Through The Park
  • Trouble No More
  • Just To Be With You
  • Intro To 19 Years Old
  • 19 Years Old
  • I Am The Blues
November, 1971, Oregon University
  • Long Distance Call
  • Manish Boy
  • Crawlin' Kingsnake
  • Got My Mojo Working
  • Hold It
  • Interview With Muddy (On The Road With Big Mama Thornton)
November, 1971, Monroe State Prison, Washington
Decemer 4, 1971, London (horns overdubbed in New York City, New York early 1972)
December, 7 & 8, 1971, London (horns overdubbed in New York City, New York, early 1972)
March, 1972, Chicago, Illinois
probably June 5, 1972, probably The Salle Pleyel, Paris
  • Introduction
  • Clouds In My Heart
  • Lovin' Man
  • County Jail
  • Hoochie Coochie Man
  • Blow Wind Blow
  • Honey Bee
  • Walking Thru The Park
  • Rollin' 'n' Tumblin'
  • Walkin' Blues
  • Got My Mojo Workin'
June 13, 1972, Lausanne, Switzerland
June 17, 1972, Montreux Jazz Festival, Switzerland
  • County Jail
  • Long Distance Call
  • Rock Me Baby
  • Trouble No More (Sweet Little Angel)
  • Rosalee (Rosalie)
  • All Night Long
  • Early Morning Blues
  • Got My Mojo Working
  • They Call It Stormy Monday (T-Bone Walker With Muddy Waters)
  • I Got What It Takes (Koko Taylor With Muddy Waters)
  • She Says She Loves Me (T-Bone Walker With Muddy Waters)
September 9, 1972, Ann Arbor Festival, Michigan
  • Festival Dedication to Otis Spann (John Sinclair, Muddy Waters & Lucille Spann)
  • Honey Bee
June 29, 1973, Newport in New York Festival, Lincoln Center, New York City, New York
  • Long Distance Call
  • Where's My Woman Been
  • Got My Mojo Working
possibly 1970's
  • Baby Please Don't Go
possibly 1970's
  • Got My Mojo Working
  • Got My Mojo Working -encore
January 16, 1974, The Music Hall, Boston, Massachusetts
  • Blow Wind Blow
  • Howlin' Wolf
  • What's The Matter With The Mill
  • Love 'N' Trouble
  • Hoochie Coochie Man
  • Baby Please Don't Go
  • Mannish Boy
  • Everything's Gonna Be Alright
  • Got My Mojo Working
  • Instrumental (Honky Tonk)
  • Harmonica Boogie (Off The Wall)
  • Garbage Man
January 29/30, 1974, Chicago, Illinois
1974, Los Angels, California
  • Born In This Time
July 24, 1974, Maecenas Festival, Antibes, France
  • Blow Wind Blow
  • Howlin' Wolf
  • Can't Get No Grindin'
  • Trouble No More
  • Garbage Man
  • Hoochie Coochie Man
  • Baby Please Don't Go
  • Manish Boy
  • Everything Gonna Be Alright
  • Got My Mojo Workin'
  • Got My Mojo Workin' (reprise)
circa Autumn, 1974, Los Angels, California
  • Main Theme From "Street Girls"
February 6-7, 1975, Woodstock, New York
March 22, 1976
  • Walking Thru The Park
April 11, 1976, Montreux, Switzerland
  • Going Down Slow
  • What's The Matter With The Mill (Can't Get No Grindin')
  • Hoochie Coochie Man
  • Howlin' Wolf
  • Everything's Gonna Be Alright
  • Stormy Monday Blue
  • Walking Blues
  • Rollin' And Tumblin'
  • Got My Mojo Working
October 4-10, 1976, Westport, Connecticut
October 22, 1976, Warsaw, Poland
  • Baby Please Don't Go
  • Soon Forgotten
  • Corinne Corinna
  • Hoochie Coochie Man
  • Howlin' Wolf
  • Blow Wind Blow
  • What's A Matter With A Meal
  • Kansas City
  • Caldonia
  • Screamin' And Crying
  • I Got My Mojo Working
  • Garbage Man
  • Goin' Down Slow
  • After Hours
probably October 29, 1976, Dortmund, Germany
  • Untitled Blues No. 1 (Soon Forgotten)
  • Howlin' Wolf Blues
  • Hoochie Coochie Man
  • Untitled Blues No. 2 (Blow Wind Blow)
  • What's The Matter (Can't Get No Grindin')
  • Long Distance Call
  • Got My Mojo Workin'
  • Got My Mojo Workin' (first encore)
  • Theme
  • Got My Mojo Workin' (second encore)
November 25, 1976, San Francisco, California
  • Mannish Boy (Muddy Waters With The Band)
  • Caldonia (Muddy Waters With The Band)
January 26-31, 1977, The Rising Sun Club, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
  • Baby Please Don't Go
  • Howling Wolf
  • I Want You To Love Me
  • Can't Get No Grindin'
  • (I'm Your) Hoochie Coochie Man
  • Nine Below Zero
  • The Blues Had A Baby (And They Named It Rock And Roll)
  • They Call It Stormy Monday
  • Highway 41
  • Kansas City
March 4, 1977, The Palladium, New York
March 6, 1977, The Tower Theater, Upper Derby, Pennsylvania
March 18, 1977, Masonic Audiorium, Detroit, Michigan
July 9, 1977, France
  • Down Broke Down (Can't Get No Grindin')
  • Baby Rock And Roll (The Blues Had A Baby And They Named It Rock And Roll)
  • So Long (Honey Bee)
  • Kansas City
July 13, 14 or 16, 1977, probably Nice Jazz Festival, France
  • Come Baby (You Don't Have To Go)
  • Hold It (Trouble No More)
  • Little Queenie (Long Distance Call)
  • Kansas City
July 13, 14 or 16, 1977, probably Nice Jazz Festival, France
  • Hoochie Coochie Man
  • Baby Please Don't Go
  • Kansas City
  • Luther's Blues (Everything Gonna Be Alright)
  • Got My Mojo Working
October 31 & November 5, 1977, Westport, Connecticut
August 25/26, 1978, Gary, Illinois
  • Mannish Boy
  • She's Nineteen Years Old
  • Streamline Woman
  • Baby Please Don't Go
  • Medley: After Hours/Stormy Monday Blues
  • Trouble No More
  • Champagne & Reefer
  • Corrina, Corrina
  • Hoochie Coochie Man
  • She Moves Me
  • Kansas City
  • Pinetop's Boogie
  • Mad Love (I Want You To Love Me)
  • Everything's Gonna Be Alright
  • Got My Mojo Working
1979, possibly Harry Hope's Club, Gary, Illinois
  • Instrumental, with spoken intro by Pinetop Perkins and Muddy Waters
  • Nine Below Zero
  • Baby Please Don't Go
  • They Call Me Muddy Waters
  • Everything's Gonna Be Alright
  • Mannish Boy
  • Lonesome In My Bedroom
  • Corrine Corrina
  • Kansas City
  • Caldonia
  • Long Distance Call
  • Hold It
  • Got My Mojo Working (encore)
probably May 4-8, 1980, Westport, Connecticut
probably July, 1980, Europe
  • Howlin' Wolf
  • Garbage Man
  • Mannish Boy
  • Blow Wind Blow
  • Honey Bee
  • Hoochie Coochie Man
  • Long Distance Call
  • Trouble No More
  • Train Fare Home
  • Baby Please Don't Go
  • Going Home
  • Everything Gonna Be Alright
  • Off The Wall
  • Can't Get No Grindin'
  • After Hours
  • Got My Mojo Working
August 16, 1980, Chicago, Illinois
  • Clouds In My Heart
November 9, 1981, Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa
  • Hoochie Coochie Man
  • My Home Is In The Delta
  • You Don't Have To Go
  • I'm A King Bee
  • Baby, Please Don't Go
  • Long Distance Call
  • Trouble No More
  • Got My Mojo Working
  • Mannish Boy
November 22, 1981, Checkerboard Lounge, Chicago, Illinois
  • Introduction (Muddy Waters speech)
  • Down The Road I Go
  • Country Boy
  • County Jail
  • I'm A King Bee
  • Someday Baby
  • Baby Please Don't Go (vocals: Muddy Waters & Mick Jagger) - @YouTube
  • Hoochie Coochie Man (vocals: Muddy Waters & Mick Jagger)
  • Long Distance Call (vocals: Muddy Waters & Mick Jagger)
  • Mannish Boy (vocals: Muddy Waters, Mick Jagger, Buddy Guy, Junior Wells & Lefty Dizz) - @YouTube
  • Champagne And Reefer (vocals: Muddy Waters & Mick Jagger)

Influences
影響関係

Infl by: Son House, Robert Johnson
受けた影響←サン・ハウスロバート・ジョンソン

Infl to: The Rolling Stones
与えた影響→ローリング・ストーンズ