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Wednesday, October 24, 2018

Muddy Waters Blues Band - Featuring Dizzy Gillespie (re-post)

Nicest Blues 5:32
Harmonica Rockin' 1:49
Down Broke Down 4:14
Baby Rock And Roll 6:28
So Long 4:25
Kansas City 9:45
Luther's Blues 5:06
I've Got My Mojo Working 2:56
Portnoy's Blues 2:31
Hoochie Coochie Man 2:55
Baby Please Don't Go 3:48
Key To The Highway 9:24

NMR post:


Ballas said...

Never seen this Xyros. Thank you.

Bob Mac said...

Thanks Xyros. I was surprised that I didn't already have this, it's not listed on my collection lists, and I thought I had everything by Muddy. So I was thinking perhaps this has been issued under another title? Anyway, I took a copy...thanks again.

muddyw123 said...

Kansas City jam is very noteworthy! Thank you Xyros.

Guitarradeplastico your favorite musician said...

Thank you very much

Xyros said...

This was also a new for me. According to Discogs it was also released as " Muddy Waters" on LRC in the US.
Found it on Usenet in Flac to fill this request. Anyone still use Usenet?

Anonymous said...

NMR & Xyros,
jazz 'n' blues - bound to be interesting;
good mix of Dizzy's & Muddy's influencings
to improvisings together, right?
I'm eager to put this gig to listening.
Thanks for the chance to do so.
- Jay from the North.

rtblues said...

Basic exploitation of a big name artist to push a record.
In the end, SPOILER ALERT:
Dizzy sits in on 1 tune, and isn't very stalwart either, imho...

Thing is, the record didn't need the phony hype either, it can stand on it's own.
But for those looking for Dizzy truly appearing in an ensemble performance this ain't it.

Kudos for posting this part of history.
My guess is that Dizzy happened to stop in the club and got called up for a tune, and presto, Muddy Waters Blues Band FEATURING Dizzy Gillespie. Oh well...

E Craig said...

Lots of great music here. Will give this a listen for sure thanks.

howlingwilf said...

This is my first visit here, unfortunately. I hadn't realized what a treasure chest it is, and appear to be too late for this gem. Is there a chance of a re-post? Many thanks.

Xyros said...

@ howlingwilf, you missed the link by 1 day. I'll post a new link for you soon.