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Trouble No MoreGood Looking WomanYou're Gonna Miss MeStandin' Here Tremblin'Standin' Around Cryin'All AboardStreamline WomanSouthbound TrainBaby Please Don't GoSoon ForgottenTake The Bitter With The SweetJust A Dream (On My Mind) [Stereo Version]Double TroubleLook What You've DoneSad, Sad DayLong Distance CallSugar SweetLittle GenevaJealous Hearted ManWhat's The Matter With The MillWho's Gonna Be Your Sweet Man When I'm GoneYou Gonna Need My HelpYou Need LoveYou Shook MeThat's Why I Don't MindTrain Fare HomeThe Same ThingWalkin' Thru The ParkYou Got To Take Sick And Die Some Of These DaysWalking BluesWhy Don't You Live So God Can Use YouThey Call Me Muddy WatersTake A Walk With MeWhy Are People Like ThatLittle GirlI'm Gonna Move To The Outskirts Of TownTwenty Four HoursMy Home Is In The DeltaBlack NightI'm A King BeeDown South BluesHey HeyLove Deep As The OceanMother's Bad Luck ChildMedley: After Hours-stormy Monday BluesI Just Wanna Make Love To YouThat's AlrightCopper BrownLet's Spend The Night TogetherForever LonelyNo Escape From The BluesHoochie Coochie ManSmokestack Lightnin'Stuff You Gotta WatchMad Love (I Want You To Love Me) [Single Version]Lonesome DayI'm ReadyJust To Be With YouClose To YouWhere's My Woman BeenCan't Get No Grindin'She's Into SomethingAll Night LongTiger In Your TankScreamin' And Cryin'I Got My Brand On YouLonesome Bedroom BluesDon't Go No FartherShe Moves MeMopper's BluesMean DispositionIodine In My CoffeeMannish BoyHoney BeeEverything's Gonna Be Alright
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Related Information for Muddy Waters 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." His career spanned over thirty years and he produced what are considered to be some of the finest blues songs ever, such as Hoochie Coochie Man, Mannish Boy and Got My Mojo Working. Muddy Waters is generally considered one of the most influential bluesmen of all tim.. read more