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From the liner notes by Mark Hummel: "On this album, Johnny Dyer and I put together a list of Muddy Water's faves. Mountain Top wanted to put out a CD with Johnny singing Muddy's parts, and me blowing Little Walter and James Cotton parts behind him with an authentic sound. We brought in my band, the Blues Survivors, Rusty Zinn on guitar, Bob Welsh on piano and guitar (Charlie Musselwhite Band), as well as two former Muddy sidemen, Paul Oscher (harp and slide guitar, from 1967-1971), and Francis Clay (drums from 1957-1966), who played on many of the original Muddy sides on Chess Records. Check out the amazing Steve Wolf on electric Fender bass getting a stand-up bass sound. If you close your eyes, you'd think you're in Chess Records' Studios in 1957."

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1) Oh Yeah
2) Young Fashioned Ways
3) Can't Get No Grinding (What's the Matter Mill)
4) Country Boy
5) Gone to Main Street
6) Don't Go No Further
7) Sugar Sweet
8) Don't Know Why
9) Forty Days and Forty Nights
10) My Dog Can't Bark
11) Layaway Plan
12) Stuff You Got to Watch
13) Got to Find My Baby
14) Clouds in My Heart
15) Trouble No More
16) Evan's Shuffle

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