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Muddy Waters' first 78 rpm record in 1941 listed him using his birth name, McKinley Morganfield. The late 1940s–mid-1950s record releases by Aristocrat Records and Chess Records sometimes used "Muddy Waters and His Guitar" as well as Muddy Waters List of singles with title, year, label, chart peak, and reference(s). Standing Around Crying", "Gone to Main Street".
1958 greatest hits album by Muddy Waters. The Best of Muddy Waters. Greatest hits album by. Muddy Waters. Standing Around Crying". Muddy Waters – vocals, guitar. Ernest "Big" Crawford – bass on "Long Distance Call", "Louisiana Blues", "Honey Bee", "I Want You To Love Me", and "I Can't Be Satisfied". Willie Dixon – bass on "I Just Want To Make Love To You", "I'm Ready", and "I'm Your Hoochie Coochie Man" .
Oh, baby, look how you got me standing around crying I know I don’t love you, little girl But, your always resting on my mind Oh baby, I am not going to be riding you around in my automobile You got so many men That I’m afraid you may get me killed Oh baby, you. aren’t nothing like you used to be Oh no, don’t get me killed, honey Oh baby, you aren’t nothing like you used to be When I was deep in love with you little girl You was just sweet as an apple on a tree. CategoriesMuddy Waters.
Watch the video for Standing Around Crying from Muddy Waters's The Best Of Muddy Waters for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Muddy Waters (McKinley Morganfield, Issaquena County, Mississippi, April 4, 1913 - Westmont, Illinois, April 30, 1983) was an American blues musician and is generally considered "the father of Chicago Blues. View full artist profile.
The album features 11 tracks balancing some classic covers like "Rollin' And Tumblin'" and "Standing Around Crying", along with some of Billy's signature new blues originals. We successfully made our way through those uncharted waters with the Cubano flavor of 'Perfectamundo' and completed the journey," says Gibbons in distinguishing "The Big Bad Blues" from its predecessor. The shift back to the blues is a natural. We dusted off an old Gretsch Duo-Jet guitar which put it squarely with that infamous Bo Diddley sound. Once covered, we made way into another side - a much earlier number from Muddy Waters, 'Standing Around Crying'. The ragged edges with the meanness of James's bad self on harp seemed to fit the bill to enter the lineup. Standing Around Crying (Muddy Waters) 05. Let The Left Hand Kno. 6. Bring It To Jerome (Jerome Green) 07.
Standing Around Crying. Drums – Elgin EvansGuitar – Jimmy RogersHarmonica – Junior Wells, Little Walter. 모. Either Little Walter or Junior Wells plays harmonica on tracks 11 and 13. Either Little Walter or Walter Horton plays harmonica on tracks 19 and 20. Trifold Digipak with 12-page booklet.
Muddy Waters grew up on Stovall Plantation near Clarksdale, Mississippi and by age seventeen was playing the guitar at parties, emulating local blues artists Son House and Robert Johnson. He was recorded by Alan Lomax there for the Library of Congress in 1941. In 1943, he headed to Chicago with the hope of becoming a full-time professional musician, eventually recording, in 1946, for first Columbia and then Aristocrat Records, a newly formed label run by brothers Leonard and Phil Chess. The setting of Muddy Waters is a "historical fantasy environment". Player characters may be of the human, elf, dwarf, gnome, orc, or hobbit races. Standing Around Crying.
Standing Around Crying Lyrics by Muddy Waters. Now, listen to all your favourite songs, along with the lyrics, only on JioSaavn. Oh, baby, look how you got me standin' around cyin' Oh, baby, look how you got me standin' around cyin' I know I don't love you, little girl, but, your always restin' on my mind. Oh baby, I ain't gonna be ridin' ya around in my automobile Oh baby, I ain't gonna be ridin' ya around in my automobile You got so many men, that I'm afraid you may get me killed. Oh baby, you ain't nothin' like you used to be Oh no, don't get me killed, honey Oh baby, you ain't nothin' like you used to be When I was deep in love with you.
Muddy Waters led the charge in the late 1940s and early '50s to electrify Delta blues in an urban setting. But Muddy was always at the center of the action. His gruff, authoritative vocal delivery and slashing slide guitar define the purest form of postwar Chicago blues. Waters' charisma was as immense as his musical vision
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|A||Standing Around Crying
Written-By – M. Waters*
|B||Gone To Main St.
Written-By – M. Waters*
- Manufactured By – Chess Record Corp.
- Published By – Burton Ltd.
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