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Rosalie - Muddy Waters - The Complete Plantation Recordings (CD)

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  1. At long last, Muddy's historic Library of Congress field recordings are all collected in one place, with the best fidelity that's been heard thus far. Waters performs solo pieces (you can hear his slide rattling against the fretboard in spots) and band pieces with the Son Sims Four, "Rosalie" being a virtual blueprint for his later Chicago style/
  2. The Complete Plantation Recordings, subtitled The Historic Library of Congress Field Recordings, is an album compiling blues musician Muddy Waters first recordings collected by Alan Lomax for the Library of Congress in that was released by the Chess label in Genre: Blues.
  3. It consists of the acoustic recordings made by Alan Lomax at Stovall, Mississippi in and It's not the greatest of Muddy, because that is surely his Chicago recordings of the late forties and his band recordings of the early and mid fifties/5(58).
  4. Muddy Waters ‎– The Complete Plantation Recordings (The Historic Library Of Congress Field Recordings)/5(10).
  5. Muddy Waters’ legendary first recordings, cut at his house in Mississippi on portable equipment by a Library of Congress/Fisk University recording unit led by Alan Lomax and John W. Work III, were first collected on the revelatory LP Down on Stovall’s Plantation on Pete Welding’s Testament label and later released in an expanded set by MCA on the Chess CD The Complete Plantation Recordings.
  6. Recorded on Stovall Plantation in Clarksdale, MS by Alan Lomax in and , these 18 tracks represent the first recordings of a sharecropper named McKinley Morganfield a.k.a. Muddy Waters. And, yeah, there's an unreleased track, and four interviews, but really, for something this historic the less said the better/5(60).
  7. Recorded on Stovall Plantation in Clarksdale, MS by Alan Lomax in and , these 18 tracks represent the first recordings of a sharecropper named McKinley Morganfield a.k.a. Muddy Waters. And, yeah, there's an unreleased track, and four interviews, but really, for something this historic the less said the better/5(50).
  8. It contains Muddy's complete output for the Chess label from to , with the exception of the "Super Blues" sessions from January and September A tribute to the King of the Blues, whose legacy will live forever. Released with a booklet insert.
  9. item 4 muddy waters - complete plantation recordings: historic new cd 4 - muddy waters - complete plantation recordings: historic new cd .

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