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Muddy Waters — Mannish Boy
Album: His Best
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Released: 1954
Length: 2:53
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from Last Waltz, seeing Muddy do this tune was a life changer for me : )


Rolling Stones and Muddy Waters - "Mannish Boy" live:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BYO2oxDv_ZU



zenhead wrote:
Hey, I dig Muddy Waters, but I think this is a really dull track. I could play that riff myself. Boring. Muddy is much better than this. (And who is that shreiking in the background?)
Methinks he misses the point. :ask:
yardsale wrote:
No no no --- Johnny's vocals are just a bit more masculine. Believe this is the orginal version -- recorded when Johnny was just a little riff.
And it's obvious why the ladies are shrieking! steeler wrote:
Primal.
Another way to put it :wink:
AI-in-Japan wrote:
Haha. I believe the shrieking ladies is Johnny Winters. One of the greatest blues songs ever.
No no no --- Johnny's vocals are just a bit more masculine. Believe this is the orginal version -- recorded when Johnny was just a little riff.
Yashure wrote:
Please, please, please DO NOT play this kind of stuff in the middle of a Monday afternoon. Good god, I have enough trouble staying awake at my desk as it is!
Better check your pulse!
Hey, I dig Muddy Waters, but I think this is a really dull track. I could play that riff myself. Boring. Muddy is much better than this. (And who is that shreiking in the background?)
Johray63 wrote:
Oooh Yeaaa! Man, how many times I shouted that :clap: It probably relates to something inside that's very essential and true.
Primal.
Please, please, please DO NOT play this kind of stuff in the middle of a Monday afternoon. Good god, I have enough trouble staying awake at my desk as it is!
Oooh Yeaaa! Man, how many times I shouted that :clap: It probably relates to something inside that's very essential and true.
Oh, hell yeah. :cool:
ahhh memories of Rebecca De Mornay come to mind hearing this... I'm sure its similar when the ladies hear Old Time Rock n Roll they think of Tom Cruise..... but different :)
KevinM wrote:
Can do without the shrieking ladies in the background
Haha. I believe the shrieking ladies is Johnny Winters. One of the greatest blues songs ever.
:bounce:
ralpki wrote:
Great song. I had to see the "better off dead" movie to discover Muddy Waters, but hey it doesn't matter how you get here does it.
I had to see "Risky Business" to discover it! Course, I was only 14 but still.. :wink:
Can do without the shrieking ladies in the background
Great song. I had to see the "better off dead" movie to discover Muddy Waters, but hey it doesn't matter how you get here does it.
I love Muddy, LOVE this song, especially the women SCREAMING in the audience. Muh muh muh muh muh maaaaiiiin
not so good. muddy waters is usually okay, but this is not so good.
aaaaargh.... what a stupid song. I know muddy is cool and all, but damn, what a insipid song.
:notworthy: