Forty Days And Forty Nights - Muddy Waters - The Chess Box (CD)

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  • Nov 07,  · No blues collecton could be complete without Muddy Waters. The Chess set contains 72 songs on 3 CDs plus a 30 page booklet giving biographical account of Muddy Waters and his music. Born McKinley Morganfield in Rolling Fork, Mississippi, in , he took his professional name from the Delta where he was born/5(34).
  • 40 Days And 40 Nights Lyrics: Forty days and forty nights / Since my baby left this town / Sunshinin' all day long / But the rain keep comin' down / She's my life I need her so / Why she left I.
  • CD Universe is your source for Muddy Waters's song Forty Days And Forty Nights MP3 download lyrics and much more. Best Of Chess: Orig Versions In Cadillac Records Featuring the song Forty Days And Forty Nights MP3 download and Lyrics.
  • Chess: CHD (CHDA--CHDC). Compact disc. Credits: Produced by Andy McKaie. Reissue associate producer: Mary Katherine Aldin. Performer(s): Muddy Waters, vocals and guitar, in part with other musicians. Event notes: Originally recorded Description: 3 audio discs: digital ; 4 3/4 in. + program booklet (32 pages.
  • MCA in the U.S. issued its own Muddy Chess Boxin , a smaller (6-LP or 3-CD) but worthy set which is much easier to find than this P-Vine collectors’ item. P-Vine’s bonus disc consists of the entire session tapes, outtakes, studio talk, and all, of the tracks Read Way Backand Woman Wanted.
  • Chess Box CD music I like Zeppelin as much as anyone but if you ever wanted to know where they got their ideas look no further than this box set of tunes by the master of Chicago blues, Muddy Waters. By pamthompson13 (Sun Prarie, WI).
  • "Forty Days and Forty Nights" is a blues song recorded by Muddy Waters in Called "a big, bold record", it was a hit, spending six weeks in the Billboard R&B chart, where it reached number seven. " Forty Days and Forty Nights" has been interpreted and recorded by a variety of artists.
  • Jun 25,  · The Chess Box does not contain all the great music Muddy Waters made. His talent and legacy are too large to be captured in a mere three discs, even one that spans from to This means, of course, that his legendary plantation recordings with Alan Lomax are not here, nor is his dynamic late-'70s comeback, Hard Again.

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