Mud Morganfield | Fall Waters Fall

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Fall Waters Fall

by Mud Morganfield

Oldest son of Muddy Waters performing original Chicago Blues in the authentic tradition of Muddy Waters and Willie Dixon.
Genre: Blues: Chicago Style
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1. What's That That You Got
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2. Mean Old Woman
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3. Fall Waters Fall
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4. Easy Lover
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5. Sugar Baby
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6. Satisfied
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7. I Love What I Love
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8. Cigarettes
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9. You Gonna Miss Me
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10. Same Thing
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
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!


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William O'Toole

Dad would be proud
Great Chicago blues album.What took him so long.Nine orginals and a cover of Same old thing.My favorite song is the title track which is a tribute to Muddy.Just as good as brother Big Bill Morganfield.

DAN ROGERS

PURE CHICAGO BLUES
A Very Important Album for the Chicago Blues Community.I can hear the Wonderful Ghost of his Father living on with the Authority,Swing, & Soul Swagger that could only be born of the Late Great Muddy Waters.

Mud Morganfield needs to put out Albums forever so we can Enjoy his talent for many years to come!

5 Stars!!!

Danny Guitar Rogers
Chicago SouthSide

Jake

Soulful Chicago Blues at its best
Mud Jr. has done his father proud with this LP. It is full of soulful Chicago blues and is very true to the roots of the genre. I loved it completely. Not a bad track on the entire record.



Great CD, specially that lead guitar!!!!