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Big Bill Morganfield - Nineteen Years Old: A Tribute To Muddy Waters (1999)

6-01-2016, 19:43
Music | Blues

Title: Nineteen Years Old: A Tribute To Muddy Waters
Year Of Release: 1999
Label: Taxim Records
Genre: Chicago Blues
Quality: 320 kbps
Total Time: 40:55
Total Size: 102 MB

1. Rock Me (5:57)
2. I'm A Fool (3:29)
3. She's Nineteen Years Old (4:01)
4. Lonesome (3:17)
5. Mad Love (4:30)
6. Why Do People Act Like That (3:12)
7. Caldonia (3:16)
8. Walking Blues (4:39)
9. Rollin' And Tumblin' (3:31)
10. Child Of Mercy (5:00)

Nineteen Years Old is a no-frills album highlighting Big Bill Morganfield’s vocal ability. Although released after Rising Son, Morganfield’s Blind Pig Records debut, this recording — a tribute to his father, the legendary McKinley Morganfield (better known as Muddy Waters) — actually predates it. Here Big Bill delivers sounds ranging from the traditional Delta blues to the heavy Chicago style pioneered by his dad, and his vocals range from gurgling growls to charming pleas for love and understanding.

Nineteen Years Old opens with a superb rendition of Muddy’s "Rock Me," a straight-ahead heavy electrified blues. Big Bill’s delivery of the title track is one of the album’s highlights, set against the shivering guitar sounds that Muddy popularized, and he shows off his compositional strength via the delightful stroll of a jazzy "I’m a Fool." He then swaps back and forth between Muddy Waters tributes and Big Bill originals, throwing in a brilliant rendition of the Bobby Charles song "Why Do People Act Like That" that features more of an R&B feel.

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singlemalt   User offline   7 January 2016 11:31

Thank you Kamane 3

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