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Honey Bee - Muddy Waters - Chicago Blues

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  1. McKinley Morganfield (April 4, – April 30, ), known professionally as Muddy Waters, was an American blues singer-songwriter and musician who is often cited as the "father of modern Chicago blues", and an important figure on the post-war blues scene. His style of playing has been described as "raining down Delta beatitude".. Muddy Waters grew up on Stovall Plantation near Clarksdale.
  2. McKinley Morganfield (April 4, April 30, ), known as Muddy Waters, was an American blues musician. He is considered the "father of modern Chicago blues" and was a major inspiration for the British blues explosion of the s. Genre Chicago Blues Songs Blow Wind Blow Take The Bitter.
  3. Honey Bee Lyrics: Sail on, sail on my little honey bee, sail on[x2] / You going to keep on sailing till you lose your happy home / I don't mind you sailing, but please don't sail so long / All right.
  4. A postwar Chicago blues scene without the magnificent contributions of Muddy Waters is absolutely unimaginable. From the late '40s on, he eloquently defined the city's aggressive, swaggering, Delta-rooted sound with his declamatory vocals and piercing slide-guitar attack.
  5. Muddy Waters' first 78 rpm record in listed him using his birth name, McKinley Morganfield. The late s–mids record releases by Aristocrat Records and Chess Records sometimes used "Muddy Waters and His Guitar" as well as Muddy Waters. From the late s on, he is identified as Muddy alternative.snowstaffbarmaktilar.infoinfoation albums: 25+.
  6. s America Bass Blues Chicago Blues Delta Blues Electric Blues Guitar Honey Bee I Can't Be Satisfied Issaquena County Little Walter Mac Mannish Boy McKinley Morganfield Microsoft Mississippi Muddy Waters PC Playstation PS3 PS4 Steam Still A Fool U.S. United States Valve Willie Dixon Xbox Xbox One.
  7. Muddy Waters live on stage: Honey Bee. Share Tweet. And in blues, it was Muddy Waters. In a much-storied migration, Waters took the acoustic blues guitar music he’d learned on Stovall’s Plantation in Mississippi, brought it to Chicago and plugged it into an amplifier. And you can call that “the birth of blues as we now know it.”.
  8. Honey Bee This song is by Muddy Waters and appears on the album More Real Folk Blues () on the album Fathers and Sons () on the album After the Rain () on the compilation Atlantic Blues: Chicago () on the compilation album The Chess Box () on the live album Goin' Home (Live.
  9. Muddy Waters was one of the few key players of the postwar Chicago Blues scene who actually influenced the music that influenced him. His swollen, grandiloquent vocals were an instrument unto themselves and his beefy electric slide playing breathed new life into music heavily influenced by the Delta Blues.

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