WATERS, MUDDY

Hard Again (45th Anniversary Blue Vinyl)

Model: MOVLPC565

SKU: 406511 Product ID: 293058

Format ‐ LP

Genre ‐ Blues

Release Date ‐ 25/02/22

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Description

    In 1976 the Chicago based blues artist Muddy Waters started recording his album Hard Again. It is the first album that was produced by Johnny Winter. Its official release date is set in 1977. Waters opens up the album with the one song that cemented Muddy’s place in Rock & Roll heaven: “Mannish Boy”, on which Winter’s ecstatic ‘Yeah!’s can be heard on. Hard Again features Muddy Waters’ trademark blues sound: rugged, raw and full of energy. The album was very well received and to this day, is seen as one of Waters’ best efforts. Hard Again peaked at #143 on the Billboard 200, which was his first chart appearance since Fathers and Sons in 1969. It also won the Grammy Award for Best Ethnic or Traditional Folk Recording.

    Hard Again features Muddy Waters’ hits “Mannish Boy”, “I Want To Be Loved” and “I Can’t Be Satisfied”. The album celebrates its 45th anniversary in 2022 and is therefore available as a 45th anniversary edition of 2500 individually numbered copies on solid blue coloured vinyl.

    • 180 GRAM AUDIOPHILE VINYL
    • GRAMMY AWARD FOR BEST ETHNIC OR TRADITIONAL FOLK RECORDING
    • PRODUCED BY JOHNNY WINTER
    • INCLUDES “MANNISH BOY”, “I WANT TO BE LOVED” AND “I CAN’T BE SATISFIED”
    • 45TH ANNIVERSARY EDITION OF 2500 INDIVIDUALLY NUMBERED COPIES ON SOLID BLUE COLOURED VINYL

Details

    Primary Format - Music - Vinyl

    Artist - WATERS, MUDDY

    Label - Southbound

    Music Genre - Blues

    Music Genre Primary - Blues & Roots

Track Listing

LP - SIDE A

  1. Mannish Boy
  2. Bus Driver
  3. I Want To Be Loved
  4. Jealous Hearted Man
  5. I Cant Be Satisfied

LP - SIDE B

  1. Blues Had A Baby And They Named It Rock & Roll (#2)
  2. Deep Down In Florida
  3. Crosseyed Cat
  4. Little Girl

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