Muddy, Brass & the Blues

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Muddy, Brass & the Blues
Muddy, Brass & the Blues.jpg
Studio album by
Released1966
RecordedJune 22 & 23, 1966
StudioTer Mar Recording Studio, Chicago, IL
GenreBlues
Length30:51
LabelChess
LP 1507
ProducerGene Barge, Ralph Bass
Muddy Waters chronology
The Real Folk Blues
(1966)
Muddy, Brass & the Blues
(1966)
More Real Folk Blues
(1967)

Muddy, Brass & the Blues, sometimes referred to as Brass and the Blues, is an album by blues musician Muddy Waters released by the Chess label in 1966.[1][2][3]

Reception[edit]

Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
AllMusic2.5/5 stars[4]

AllMusic reviewer Bruce Eder stated "Wolf adamantly refuses to back down from his rivals, resulting in a flood of contentious studio banter that turns out to be more entertaining than the otherwise unmemorable music from this stylistic train wreck. Although Wolf and Waters duke it out in earnest on the blues standards, the presence of Diddley (and his rave-up repertoire) makes the prospect of an ensemble impossible; in the end, there are just too many clashing ingredients to make the mix digestible. ... At least it sounds like they had fun doing it".[4]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Corine, Corina" (Bob Miller) – 3:38
  2. "Piney Brown Blues" (Pete Johnson, Big Joe Turner) – 3:16
  3. "Black Night" (Jessie Mae Robinson) – 3:22
  4. "Trouble in Mind" (Richard M. Jones) – 2:51
  5. "Going Back to Memphis" (Will Shade) – 2:40
  6. "Betty and Dupree" (Chuck Willis) – 3:04
  7. "Sweet Little Angel" (Robert Nighthawk) – 3:33
  8. "Take My Advice" (Jesse Anderson, Gene Barge) – 2:56
  9. "Trouble" – 2:26
  10. "Hard Loser" (McKinley Morganfield) – 3:05

Personnel[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Both Sides Now: Chess Album Discography, Part 1 - LP-1425 to LPS-1553 accessed August 27, 2019
  2. ^ Wirz' American Music: Muddy Waters Discography accessed August 27, 2019
  3. ^ Wight, P. & Rothwell, F. The Complete Muddy Waters Discography accessed August 27, 2019
  4. ^ a b Eder, Bruce. Muddy Waters: Brass and the Blues – Review at AllMusic. Retrieved August 28, 2019.