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Electric Mud (Gatefold Sleeve)

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GenreBlues

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First official domestic reissue since 2002
- Features repro artwork from 1968 issue
- Includes a four-panel poster


Third Man is proud to offer this official reissue of Muddy Waters' landmark fifth album, originally released in 1968. Controversial for its electric blues and psych elements, it's now regarded as a forward-thinking classic.

BONUS : Includes a poster.

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Tuotenumero 39009
Kuntokansi UUSI
Kuntolevy UUSI
Aluekoodi Ei
Formaatti LP
Levy-yhtiö Chess / Third Man
Vuosi 2017
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Valmistusmaa Yhdysvallat

Waters Muddy: 
Electric Mud (Gatefold Sleeve) (LP)

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KLASSIKKO ALBUMI! UUSINTAPAINOS 17.11. 2017


"In an attempt to make Muddy more sellable to his newly found white audience, Chess lumbered him with Hendrix-influenced psychedelic blues arrangements for Electric Mud. Commercially, actually, the results weren't bad; Marshall Chess claims it sold between 150,000 and 200,000 copies. Musically, it was as ill-advised as putting Dustin Hoffman into a Star Wars epic. Guitarists Pete Cosey and Phil Upchurch are very talented players, but Muddy's brand of down-home electric blues suffered greatly at the hands of extended fuzzy solos. Muddy and band overhaul classics like "I Just Want to Make Love to You" and "Hoochie Coochie Man," and do a ludicrous cover of "Let's Spend the Night Together"; wah-wah guitars and occasional wailing soprano sax bounce around like loose basketballs. It's a classically wrongheaded, crass update of the blues for a modern audience."

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First official domestic reissue since 2002
- Features repro artwork from 1968 issue
- Includes a four-panel poster


Third Man is proud to offer this official reissue of Muddy Waters' landmark fifth album, originally released in 1968. Controversial for its electric blues and psych elements, it's now regarded as a forward-thinking classic.

BONUS : Includes a poster.

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