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  • Performer: Muddy Waters
  • Title: Fathers And Sons
  • Genre: Blues
  • Country: US
  • Formats: MMF APE FLAC MP2 MMF AAC MIDI
  • Released: 1969
  • Style: Chicago Blues
  • MP3 album: 1956 mb
  • FLAC album: 1762 mb
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Muddy Waters - Fathers And Sons mp3 album

Fathers and Sons is the seventh studio album by American blues musician Muddy Waters, originally released as a double LP by Chess Records in August 1969. The album features both studio and live recordings recorded in April 1969 with an all-star band including Michael Bloomfield and Paul Butterfield of the Paul Butterfield Blues Band, Donald "Duck" Dunn of Booker T. & the . s, Otis Spann, and Sam Lay in Chicago, Illinois.

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Joining Muddy Waters (guitar/vocals) and Otis Spann (piano) on the aptly titled Fathers and Sons are three Butterfield Blues Band alumni: Michael Bloomfield (guitar), Sam Lay (drums), and leader Paul Butterfield (guitar). Further augmenting the personnel is Booker T. & the MG's Donald "Duck" Dunn (bass) and Buddy Miles (drums) - who cameos during the live "Got My Mojo Workin'" finale. This all-star cast helps reclaim some of Waters' fire, which had been summarily doused on his previous outing Electric Mud - a tasteless pseudo-psychedelic disaster

Vocals, Guitar – Muddy Waters. Written-By – McKinley Morganfield (tracks: A1 to B2, B5 to C2, D2, D3), Preston Foster (tracks: D2, D3). Notes. Packaged in a gatefold sleeve. Mfg. By chess producing c. a DIV. Of grt corp. Publishing: Arc Music/BMI except D2, D3: Dare Music & Arc Music/BMI.

Band Name Muddy Waters. Album Name Fathers And Sons. Data de aparición 30 Octubre 2001. Labels Chess Records. Estilo MusicalBlues Rock. Miembros poseen este álbum0.

Back when Fathers and Sons was originally issued, I was in the ninth grade. As kids in those days seemed to have broader musical tastes than many kids do today, whether or not you owned and liked Fathers and Sons quickly became a measure of musical hipness. Unfortunately, it seems that many of the older kids who were musically hip were also getting in trouble all the time, so it was a little difficult to be a big blues fan and not be seen as at least a potential troublemaker. Chief among these old masters were guys like Muddy Waters and Otis Spann, both of whom are featured on this album. The symbiosis that took place when guys like Butterfield and Bloomfield were on the front lines learning the blues became beneficial to both the old masters and the young turks.

Chess’ much-vaunted Fathers and Sons 2-LP set, which documents the studio (1st LP) and live (2nd LP) encounters between the old guard and the new Turks of the Chicago blues, is an attractive, unpretentious success and should do well commercially. Certainly it’s one of the finest sets of performances from Muddy in quite a while and will do much to offset the bad taste left by the previous Electric Mud and After the Rain albums. In This Article: Muddy Waters.

Muddy Waters records in Chicago ‘Fathers and Sons,’ a double album (1969). Muddy Waters’ ‘Fathers and Sons’ is a double studio album recorded on April 21–23 and 24, 1969 in Chicago and released in August 1969 by Chess Records. Musicians : Muddy Waters – Vocals, Guitar. Michael Bloomfield – Guitar.

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Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 All Aboard
Bass Guitar – Phil UpchurchHarmonica [Chromatic] – Jeff Carp
2:50
A2 Mean Disposition 5:42
A3 Blow Wind Blow 3:35
A4 Can't Lose What You Ain't Never Had 3:03
A5 Walkin Thru The Park
Rhythm Guitar – Paul Asbell
3:07
B1 Forty Days And Forty Nights
Rhythm Guitar – Paul Asbell
3:04
B2 Standin 'Round Crying 4:01
B3 I'm Ready
Written-By – Willie Dixon
3:33
B4 Twenty Four Hours
Written-By – Eddie Boyd
4:46
B5 Sugar Sweet
Rhythm Guitar – Paul Asbell
2:16
C1 Long Distance Call 6:35
C2 Baby Please Don't Go 3:05
C3 Honey Bee 3:57
D1 The Same Thing
Drums – Buddy Miles
6:00
D2 Got My Mojo Working (Part 1)
Written-By – Preston Foster
3:39
D3 Got My Mojo Working (Part 2)
Written-By – Preston Foster
5:33

Companies, etc.

  • Manufactured By – GRT Of Canada Ltd.
  • Distributed By – GRT Of Canada Ltd.
  • Recorded At – Ter Mar Studios

Credits

  • Advisor [Advise] – Peter J. Welding*, Phil Chess, Willie Dixon
  • Bass Guitar – Donald "Duck" Dunn
  • Design [Album Design] – Daily Planet
  • Drums – Sam Lay
  • Engineer – Reice Hamel (tracks: C1 to D3), Ron Malo (tracks: A1 to B5)
  • Guitar – Michael Bloomfield*, Muddy Waters
  • Harmonica – Paul Butterfield
  • Illustration – Don Wilson
  • Piano – Otis Spann
  • Producer – Norman Dayron
  • Producer [Production Assistance] – Jo McDermand, Loren Coleman, Sonny Woods
  • Supervised By [Album Supervision] – Marshall Chess
  • Vocals – Muddy Waters
  • Written-By – McKinley Morganfield (tracks: A1 to B2, B5 to C2, D2, D3)

Notes

Packaged in a gatefold sleeve.

Manufactured and distributed by GRT of Canada Ltd.

Side A and B recorded at Ter-Mar Studios, Chicago, Illinois, April 21, 22, 23, 1969, in Concept "12" Stereo.
Side C and D recorded live in concert at Super Cosmic Joy-Scout Jamboree, Chicago, Illinois, April 24, 1969.

Track A4 is misprinted "Can't Lose What You Ain't Ever Had" on the back sleeve and on the label, but it is written correctly inside the gatefold.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: BMI

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
LPS 127 Muddy Waters Fathers And Sons ‎(2xLP, Album) Chess LPS 127 US 1969
029 Muddy Waters / Otis Spann / Michael Bloomfield* / Paul Butterfield / Donald "Duck" Dunn / Sam Lay Muddy Waters / Otis Spann / Michael Bloomfield* / Paul Butterfield / Donald "Duck" Dunn / Sam Lay - Fathers And Sons ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM) Folio 029 Spain 1997
427015 Muddy Waters Fathers And Sons ‎(2xLP, Album, RE) Chess 427015 France 1988
PLP-845/846 Muddy Waters Fathers And Sons ‎(2xLP, Album, RE) Chess, P-Vine Special PLP-845/846 Japan 1985
JICK-89314 Muddy Waters / Otis Spann / Michael Bloomfield* / Paul Butterfield / Donald "Duck" Dunn / Sam Lay Muddy Waters / Otis Spann / Michael Bloomfield* / Paul Butterfield / Donald "Duck" Dunn / Sam Lay - Fathers And Sons ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM) Jimco Records JICK-89314 Japan 1993




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