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Muddy Waters 100

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Muddy Waters 100

Label: Raisin Music
Released: 2015
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Track Listing

Got My Mojo Working; Still A Fool; I Be’s Troubled; I’m Ready; Mannish Boy; Rosalie; Why Don’t You Live So God Can Use You; Good News; Trouble No More; She Moves Me; Can’t Get No Grindin’; 40 Days And 40 Nights; Last Time I Fool Around With You; I Feel So Good; Feel Like Going Home.

Personnel

Additional Personnel / Information

John Primer: vocals, guitar; Bob Margolin: guitar; Johnny Iguana: keyboards; Felton Crews: bass; Khari Parker: drums; Kenny “Beedy Eyes” Smith: drums; Shemekia Copeland: vocal (1); Vincent Bucher: harmonica (1, 7); Tim Gant: keyboards (1, 9); Derek Trucks: slide guitar (2); Blaise Barton: spoons, tambourine, drum loop (3) piano (5); Johnny Winter: slide guitar (4); Matthew Skoller: harmonica (5, 10); Steve Gibbons: fiddle (6); Billy Flynn: mandolin (6) guitar (10); Leanne Faine: vocal (7); Keith Henderson: guitar (7); James Cotton: harmonica (8, 14); Billy Branch: harmonica (9, 11); Gary Clark Jr.: guitar (12).


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