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Muddy Waters / Otis Spann / Michael Bloomfield / Paul Butterfield / Donald "Duck" Dunn / Sam Lay / Buddy Miles - Fathers And Sons album mp3

Muddy Waters / Otis Spann / Michael Bloomfield / Paul Butterfield / Donald "Duck" Dunn / Sam Lay / Buddy Miles - Fathers And Sons album mp3

Performer: Muddy Waters
Title: Fathers And Sons
Released: 1972
Country: US
Style: Chicago Blues
Category: Blues
Album rating: 4.3
Votes: 261
Size MP3: 1721 mb
Size FLAC: 1607 mb
Size WMA: 1663 mb
Other formats: AU APE XM DXD TTA DMF AUD

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 All Aboard
Bass Guitar – Phil UpchurchHarmonica [Chromatic] – Jeff Carp
2:50
A2 Mean Disposition 5:42
A3 Blow Wind Blow 3:35
A4 Can't Lose What You Ain't Never Had 3:03
A5 Walkin Thru The Park
Rhythm Guitar – Paul Asbell
3:07
B1 Forty Days And Forty Nights
Rhythm Guitar – Paul Asbell
3:04
B2 Standin 'Round Crying 4:01
B3 I'm Ready
Written-By – Willie Dixon
3:33
B4 Twenty Four Hours
Written-By – Eddie Boyd
4:46
B5 Sugar Sweet
Rhythm Guitar – Paul Asbell
2:16
C1 Long Distance Call 6:35
C2 Baby Please Don't Go 3:05
C3 Honey Bee 3:57
D1 The Same Thing
Written-By – Willie Dixon
6:00
D2 Got My Mojo Working (Part 1)
Written-By – Preston Foster
3:39
D3 Got My Mojo Working (Part 2)
Drums – Buddy MilesWritten-By – Preston Foster
5:33

Credits

  • Artwork By [Illustration] – Don Wilson
  • Bass Guitar – Donald "Duck" Dunn
  • Design [Album Design] – Daily Planet
  • Drums – Samy Lay*
  • Engineer – Reice Hamel (tracks: C1 to D3), Ron Malo (tracks: A1 to B5)
  • Guitar – Michael Bloomfield*, Muddy Waters
  • Harmonica – Paul Butterfield
  • Other [Advice] – Peter J. Welding, Phil Chess, Willie Dixon
  • Piano – Otis Spann
  • Producer – Norman Dayron
  • Producer [Production Assistance] – Jo McDermand, Loren Coleman, Sonny Woods
  • Supervised By [Album Supervision] – Marshall Chess
  • Vocals – Muddy Waters
  • Written-By – McKinley Morganfield (tracks: A1 to B2, B5 to C3, D2, D3)

Notes

US 2nd press. Gatefold cover. Orange/blue label with purple horse.

Label Catno informaton justified right.

GRT Corporation

Side A and B recorded at Ter-Mar Studios, Chicago, Illinois, April 21, 22, 23, 1969, in Concept "12" Stereo.
Side C and D recorded live in concert at Super Cosmic Joy-Scout Jamboree, Chicago, Illinois, April 24, 1969.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
LPS 127 Muddy Waters Fathers And Sons ‎(2xLP, Album) Chess LPS 127 US 1969
029 Muddy Waters / Otis Spann / Michael Bloomfield* / Paul Butterfield / Donald "Duck" Dunn / Sam Lay Muddy Waters / Otis Spann / Michael Bloomfield* / Paul Butterfield / Donald "Duck" Dunn / Sam Lay - Fathers And Sons ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM) Folio 029 Spain 1997
427015 Muddy Waters Fathers And Sons ‎(2xLP, Album, RE) Chess 427015 France 1988
PLP-845/846 Muddy Waters Fathers And Sons ‎(2xLP, Album, RE) Chess, P-Vine Special PLP-845/846 Japan 1985
JICK-89314 Muddy Waters / Otis Spann / Michael Bloomfield* / Paul Butterfield / Donald "Duck" Dunn / Sam Lay Muddy Waters / Otis Spann / Michael Bloomfield* / Paul Butterfield / Donald "Duck" Dunn / Sam Lay - Fathers And Sons ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM) Jimco Records JICK-89314 Japan 1993


Fathers and Sons is the seventh studio album by American blues musician Muddy Waters, originally released as a double LP by Chess Records in August 1969. The album features both studio and live recordings recorded in April 1969 with an all-star band including Michael Bloomfield and Paul Butterfield of the Paul Butterfield Blues Band, Donald "Duck" Dunn of Booker T. & the . s, Otis Spann, and Sam Lay in Chicago, Illinois.

Simplifying the process is Fathers and Sons set list, which consists exclusively of vintage Waters material. Mean Disposition" and "Standin' Round Cryin'" drip with Bloomfield and Butterfield's nasty languid electric funk, and feature Waters' determined and energized vocals. On the uptempo blues/rockers "Walking Thru the Park" and "Sugar Sweet," the nimble and lyrical guitar passages meld the distance between Waters and the electric blues of Cream and Led Zeppelin.

Muddy Waters and Otis Spann ceremoniously took young white Chicago bluesmen Paul Butterfield and Mike Bloom- field under their wing with this combined 1969 studio-concert meeting. The music isn't particularly praiseworthy, with the scions formal and obeisant, the elders steady but seldom inspired, and the excitement of the day-this confirmation of the new generation-long passed. 1950s/early 1960s; and, Sam Lay had been half of Howlin' Wolf's rhythm section before Butterfield snapped him up for the original Butterfield Blues Band. Lay is back in his element and Duck Dunn, the stalwart Stax house bassist, plays as though he'd been waiting for this date for years, though his work backing Albert King on those classic Stax sides of his in the mid-1960s should have been the hint that he wouldn't be exactly out of place in this setting.

The Paul Butterfield Blues Band was signed to Elektra Records after adding Michael Bloomfield as lead guitarist. Their original debut album was scrapped, then re-recorded after the addition of organist Mark Naftalin. Finally, their self-titled debut, The Paul Butterfield Blues Band, was released in 1965. In 1969 Paul Butterfield also took part in an all-star blues jam with Muddy Waters, Otis Spann, Michael Bloomfield, Sam Lay, Donald "Duck" Dunn and Buddy Miles, which was recorded and released as Fathers And Sons. After the releases of Live and Sometimes I Just Feel Like Smiling in 1970, Butterfield broke up the band and returned to Woodstock, NY.

The guitarist also shows his deeper roots on Muddy Waters' "Can't Lose What You Ain't Never Had," an especially meaningful track as a young Bloomfield actually babysat for the blues legend in his early Chicago days.

A1. All Aboard Bass Guitar.

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