Muddy Waters - More Real Folk Blues - 1948-52 Country Blues - Sealed 180 Grm LP

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Muddy Waters - More Real Folk Blues

DOL ‎– DOL1511H
Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, 180 Gram
Chicago Blues




A1 Sad Letter 3:01
A2 You're Gonna Need My Help I Said 3:07
A3 Sittin' Here And Drinkin' 2:35
A4 Down South Blues 2:53
A5 Train Fare Home 2:47
A6 Kind Hearted Woman 2:36


B1 Appealing Blues (Hello Little Girl) 2:49
B2 Early Morning Blues 3:09
B3 Too Young To Know 3:13
B4 She's Alright 2:30
B5 My Life Is Ruined (Landlady) 2:38
B6 Honey Bee 3:20






Cover – Don Bronstein
Edited By – Ralph Bass
Liner Notes – Paul Williams
Producer – Marshall Chess



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Barcode: 889397515119
Matrix / Runout ((Side 1)): 112968E1/D
Matrix / Runout ((Side 2)): 112968E2/C




This is Muddy in his younger years, recorded on several dates spanning 1948-1952 at what were probably his first amplified sessions. Great tracks include the scorching "She's Alright", "Kind Hearted Woman" and "Honey Bee". More Real Folk Blues is an essential early Muddy Waters compilation for Chicago Blues fans.

As the liner notes by Crawdaddy Magazine's Paul Williams state: 'Listening to Muddy Waters is as simple as forgetting your zip code; you just relax your mind, let go of the little things and let the blues come through, clean and easy. When Muddy sings, you feel the blues, and you feel the joy that goes with them.'


The companion volume to the first Waters entry in the Real Folk Blues series is even more down-home than the first. Featuring another brace of early Chess sides from 1948-1952, this release features some essential tracks not found on The Chess Box. With the bludgeoning stomp of "She's Alright" featuring Elgin Evans' outstanding drumming and the moody introspection of "My Life Is Ruined" to be counted up among the numerous highlights

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Condition New
Format LP, 180 Gram
Label DOL
Color Black