Blues The best music site on the web there is where you can read about and listen to blues, jazz, classical music and much more. This is your ultimate music resource. Tons of albums can be found within. http://www.theblues-thatjazz.com/en/blues/3458.html Wed, 01 Feb 2023 08:31:18 +0000 Joomla! 1.5 - Open Source Content Management en-gb Mud Morganfield - Fall Waters Fall (2008) http://www.theblues-thatjazz.com/en/blues/3458-mud-morganfield/23500-mud-morganfield-fall-waters-fall-2008.html http://www.theblues-thatjazz.com/en/blues/3458-mud-morganfield/23500-mud-morganfield-fall-waters-fall-2008.html Mud Morganfield - Fall Waters Fall (2008)

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1. What's That That You Got	4:36 	
2. Mean Old Woman	5:21 	
3. Fall Waters Fall		9:15 	
4. Easy Lover	5:01 	
5. Sugar Baby	4:08 	
6. Satisfied	7:38 	
7. I Love What I Love	5:23 	
8. Cigarettes		5:37 	
9. You Gonna Miss Me	5:35 	
10. Same Thing		6:19

Mud Morganfield - vocals
Tom Holland - guitar
Rick Krcher - guitar
EG McDaniel - bass
Danny Lopatka - bass
Harmonica Hinds - harp
Neal O'Hara - keyboards
Greg Haar - drums
Lashunda Williams - vocals

 

Fans of the old man know that Muddy Waters, Godfather of the Blues, was truly a "Hoochie Coochie Man". And Muddy Waters' first-born son arrived in 1954 and was given his mother's maiden name. The boy was raised by his mother and often heard the nicknames "Muddy", "Mud Jr." and "Little Mud". Today, he says you can, "Just call me MUD!"

Mud Jr. kept in contact with his dad over the years and "pops" was always there when Little Mud needed something. As a youth and young man, Mud Jr. kept a low profile. He was always involved with music on a personal level, but only recently has he stepped forward to embrace his musical gifts - a big, charismatic voice and stage pressence that can definitely be compared to his legendary father!

Now, Mud Morganfield is stepping out to honor his dad, his dad's music, and to introduce his own flavor of blues. Watching Mud perform is like taking a trip to yesteryear to hear all of the old blues classics. Mud Morganfield sounds and looks like his old man in a way that no one else can. One of his dad's former sidemen said, "It's like watching a ghost in the flesh!"

Come and check out Mud Morganfield for yourself - you won't be disappointed. Look out blues fan... a special delivery from the Blues Music Gods has arrived! ---Album Notes, cdbaby.com

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Mud Morganfield - The Blues Is In My Blood (2013) http://www.theblues-thatjazz.com/en/blues/3458-mud-morganfield/23315-mud-morganfield-the-blues-is-in-my-blood-2013.html http://www.theblues-thatjazz.com/en/blues/3458-mud-morganfield/23315-mud-morganfield-the-blues-is-in-my-blood-2013.html Mud Morganfield - The Blues Is In My Blood (2013)

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1 	Walking Through The Park 	04:07
2 	Forty Days And Forty Nights 	04:03
3 	What Is That That You Got? 	04:16
4 	Hoochie Coochie Man 	04:13
5 	You Gonna Miss Me 	05:44
6 	I'm Ready 	03:38
7 	Mannish Boy 	07:20
8 	D.A. Strut(Instrumental) 	03:33
9 	Been Mistreated 	03:29
10 	Good Morning Little School Girl 	03:25
11 	Mud Morganfield Interview 	06:07

 

This is the CD that launched Mud Morganfield's career in the UK and Europe. He gained his first UK radio play on BBC Radio 2 with his version of Forty Days and Forty Nights from this album, attracted the attention of a major agent, and gained much high profile work and a BBC Radio 2 session. Blue Filth Records are both proud to see the album LEGALLY back on the market and of the great reviews it is gaining across Europe and in the USA after investing so much effort money, time and trust in Mr Morganfield and his talent. Please rest assured that Mud Morganfield will be receiving the full percentage of royalties from the sale of this CD as agreed with him in the contract he signed in 2008. ---amazon.com

 

"The Blues is in my blood is an opportunity to rediscover the live authenticity that has always characterised the Chicago Blues. During the show Mud is the consummate professional performing eight tracks of pure and classic Chicago Blues, Walking Through The Park, Hoochie Coochie Man, Mannish Boy, I'm Ready, just to name a few, and gives off a relentless groove that is warmly appreciated by the audience present. A chance to immerse yourself in the golden age of Chicago and his music". ---Bluestime.it

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Mud Morganfield - Son of the Seventh Son (2012) http://www.theblues-thatjazz.com/en/blues/3458-mud-morganfield/13286-mud-morganfield-son-of-the-seventh-son-2012.html http://www.theblues-thatjazz.com/en/blues/3458-mud-morganfield/13286-mud-morganfield-son-of-the-seventh-son-2012.html Mud Morganfield - Son of the Seventh Son (2012)


01. Short Dress Woman    [0:03:31.06]
02. Son of the Seventh Son    [0:04:41.19]
03. Flirt    [0:02:54.25]
04. Catfish Fishing    [0:04:49.50]
05. Health    [0:06:06.06]
06. Locomotive    [0:04:05.01]
07. Money    [0:04:07.01]
08. Midnight Lover    [0:07:46.12]
09. Go Ahead    [0:03:33.33]
10. Leave Me Alone    [0:04:24.74]
11. You Can't Lose What You Ain't Never Had    [0:03:34.33]
12. Blues in My Shoes    [0:04:53.47]

Personnel: 
Mud Morganfield (vocals); 
Billy Flynn (guitar); 
Rick Kreher (guitar); 
Barrelhouse Chuck (piano, organ); 
Bob Corritore (harmonica); 
E.G. McDaniel (bass); 
Kenny “Beedy Eyes” Smith (drums).

 

Larry "Mud" Morganfield is the oldest son of Muddy Waters and bears a striking resemblance to his father both vocally and physically. He grew up in Chicago, raised primarily by his mother -- his dad was always on the road to support the family. Mud started playing drums as a boy, then switched to bass guitar, although he doesn't play on-stage. He was always interested in music, but didn't think about turning pro until his dad died in 1983 and didn't start performing professionally until he was in his early fifties. On this, only his second album, he sounds like a seasoned pro and delivers a blistering set that honors his dad's legacy while carving out a comfortable niche of his own. "Short Dress Woman" opens the album with tune that uses the changes of "Got my Mojo Workin'." Mud's vocal is sharp and energetic as he sings the praises of a big-legged woman. He delivers Muddy's "You Can't Never Lose What You Never Had" with a performance that's an eerie echo of his dad's while the band channels the vibe of a 1950s Chess Records session, with excellent work from pianist Barrelhouse Chuck and soulful slide guitar fills by Billy Flynn. The title track, written by John Grimaldi, is a celebration of sexual prowess that integrates images from Muddy's repertoire into the lyric. Mud sings it with an understated menace that accentuates its slow, dark sexual vibe. Mud's original songs here stack up favorably to his dad's. "Love to Flirt" rides an easy-rolling rhythm to tell the story of a woman who makes eyes at every guy she sees. Mud sings it with a combination of irritation and weary resignation. "Leave Me Alone" sounds like a classic, a weary lament full of ironic humor with a bouncy tempo, Bob Corritore's solid harmonica fills, and Mud's growing vocal. The funky "Catfishing" is obviously not about fishing, as Mud's sly vocal implies; Barrelhouse Chuck supplies playful, bubbling organ fills. The band includes some of Chicago's best players, with standout work throughout by the rhythm section of E.G. McDaniel on bass and drummer "Beedy Eyes" Smith, pianist Barrelhouse Chuck, and harmonica player and producer Corritore. --- j. poet, Rovi

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