Muddy Waters was an American blues artist widely considered to be one of the most important figures in post–World War II Chicago blues. He popularized several early Delta blues songs, such as "Rollin' and Tumblin'", Walkin' Blues", and "Baby, Please Don't Go", and recorded songs that went on to become blues standards, including "Hoochie Coochie Man", "Mannish Boy", and "Got My Mojo Working".
Rollin' Stone" is a blues song recorded by Muddy Waters in 1950. It is his interpretation of "Catfish Blues", a Delta blues that dates back to 1920s Mississippi. Still a Fool", recorded by Muddy Waters a year later using the same arrangement and melody, reached number nine on the Billboard R&B chart. Rollin' Stone" has been recorded by a variety of artists, and both Rolling Stone magazine and the rock group the Rolling Stones are named after the song.
Band Name Muddy Waters. Album Name Rollin' Stone: The Golden Anniversary Collection. Data de lançamento Junho 2000. Labels Chess Records.
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Watch the video for Rollin' Stone from Muddy Waters's The Best Of Muddy Waters for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Muddy Waters (McKinley Morganfield, Issaquena County, Mississippi, April 4, 1913 - Westmont, Illinois, April 30, 1983) was an American blues musician and is generally considered "the father of Chicago Blues. View full artist profile.
B2. Baby Please Don't Go. 3:01. B3. My Eyes (Keep Me In Trouble). Vocals, Guitar – Muddy Waters. Many of these songs appeared on Chess Lp's 1427, 1501. Other Versions (5 of 9) View All. Cat. Rolling Stone (LP, Album, Comp, Club, RE, CRC).
3. Hoochie Coochie Man (From "Casino"). Listen to Muddy Waters - Rollin' Stone in full in the this site app. Play on this site. 2013 X5 Music Group.