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  1. Electric Mud Muddy Waters Blues • Play Shuffle. Editors’ Notes In , eager to appeal to psychedelic rock fans, Chess Records urged Muddy Waters to expand his audience by making a heavy rock record. Backed by members of the Chicago soul-rock band Rotary Connection, Muddy turned out an album full of crunching, distortion-soaked riffs.
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Electric Mud on Discogs. Label: Chess - CHD • Series: The Original Chess Masters • Format: CD Album, Reissue • Country: US • Genre: Blues • Style: Electric Blues, Chicago Blues Herbert Harper's Free Press News: 7: Tom Cat: 8: The Same Thing: /5(29).
  3. Wading Into Muddy Waters’ Blues-Rock Hybrid ‘Electric Mud’ with Hendrix listening to ‘Herbert Harper’s Free Press News’ during his own performance warm-up. Some critics were less.
  4. This seems to be that this is the one Muddy Water's album that critic hated the most and called Muddy Waters a sell-out, however critics does not pay the rent. The issue with the blues in the 60s is that a lot of artist paid homage to the black blues players since it was a inspiration on how to make music with guitars/5().
  5. Oct 30,  · Muddy Waters goes pschedelic! Muddy Waters ~ ''Herbert Harper's Free Press News''&''Tom Cat''(Psychedelic Electric Blues ) - Duration: Dimitris Koutsiaftis 2, views.
  6. Apr 19,  · Electric Mud, an Album by Muddy Waters. Released 5 October on Cadet Concept (catalog no. LPS; Vinyl LP). Genres: Electric Blues, Blues Rock, Psychedelic Rock. Featured peformers: Muddy Waters (vocals), Gene Barge (tenor saxophone, producer), Phil Upchurch (guitar), Roland Faulkner (guitar), Pete Cosey (guitar), Charles Stepney (organ, producer, arranger), Louis /5(46).
  7. Jul 31,  · Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group Herbert Harper's Free Press News · Muddy Waters Electric Mud ℗ UMG Recordings, Inc. Released on: Associated Performer, Vocals: Muddy.
  8. "Herbert Harper's Free Press News",commenting on contemporary political matters and the wah wah fueled "Tom Cat" deal with the funky side of things again while the slow lowdown blues of "The Same Thing" ends the album. By placing Muddy Waters in the same psychedelic world of blues in technicolor that he inspired?/5(11).
  9. Electric Mud is the fifth studio album by Muddy Waters, with members of Rotary Connection serving as his backing band. Released in , it imagines Muddy Waters as a psychedelic musician. Producer Marshall Chess suggested that Muddy Waters recorded it in an attempt to appeal to a rock audience.. The album peaked at number on Billboard album chart. It was controversial for its fusion Genre: Electric blues, blues rock, psychedelic rock.

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