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ARTIST
TITLE
Down on Stovall's Plantation
FORMAT
LP

LABEL
CATALOG #
DOY 678LP DOY 678LP
GENRE
RELEASE DATE
1/22/2013

"Muddy Waters' historic first recordings. In 1941, long before becoming the 'father of Chicago blues,' Muddy Waters was just another country blues man running a juke joint in Mississippi when he was recorded by Alan Lomax on one of his legendary field recording trips of the south for the Library of Congress. In fact, it was not until after he heard himself on these recordings (featuring also Henry Sims on violin, Louis Ford on mandolin and Percy Thomas on guitar) that Muddy had the confidence to move to Chicago and try his luck at becoming a full-time blues musician. In 1948 Muddy had his first breakthrough hit at Chess Records with 'I Can't Be Satisfied.'" Comes on 180 gram vinyl.