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Who originally wrote Mannish Boy?
Bo DiddleyMel London
Who produced Mannish Boy?
|Songwriter(s)||McKinley Morganfield a.k.a. Muddy Waters Mel London Ellas McDaniel a.k.a. Bo Diddley|
|Producer(s)||Leonard Chess Phil Chess|
|Muddy Waters singles chronology|
Is Mannish Boy 12 Bar Blues?
I was playing the Muddy Waters pack (which is great), but Mannish Boy, as much as I love it, isn’t 12 bar blues, and I would like to practice some of that in Rocksmith too. Admittedly, I normally tend to do lead rather than rhythm but I can’t think of any in my limited experience!
What is the form of Mannish Boy?
Texture: Homophonic. Vocals accompanied by guitar, harmonica and bass guitar in an answer and call fashion. Dynamics/Articulation: Very beat driven.
Who is yelling in Mannish Boy?
“Mannish Boy” (a close relation to “I’m a Man”) sounds almost live, with Johnny Winter’s piercing guitar and James Cotton’s wide-mouthed harp attack. Winter screams in the background as Muddy sings the lyrics with a liberal dose of shouting and carrying on.
Who originally did bad to the bone?
Bad to the Bone
|“Bad to the Bone”|
|Producer(s)||The Delaware Destroyers|
|George Thorogood and the Destroyers singles chronology|
|“Nobody but Me” (1982) “Bad to the Bone” (1982) “Rock and Roll Christmas” (1983)|
Who covered Muddy Waters?
Covers by Muddy Waters
|Evil||Luther Johnson with Muddy Waters Blues Band||1968|
|Five Long Years||Muddy Waters||July 1963|
|Goin’ Down Slow||Howlin’ Wolf, Muddy Waters & Bo Diddley||1968|
|Good Morning, School Girl||Muddy Waters||1964|
Did Muddy Waters sing bad to the bone?
“Bad to the Bone” is a song by George Thorogood and the Destroyers released in 1982 on the album of the same name. The song adapts the hook and lyrics of Muddy Waters’ “Mannish Boy”….Bad to the Bone.
|“Bad to the Bone”|
|Genre||Blues rock hard rock|
|Length||4:52 3:36 (single edit)|
Who wrote I drink alone?
I Drink Alone/Composers
Did the Rolling Stones cover Muddy Waters?
To date, the Stones have not covered Muddy Waters on record again. But their association was far from over. In November 1981, Mick, Keith, Ron Wood and pianist Ian Stewart called into Buddy Guy’s Checkerboard Lounge to see Muddy play, and inevitably ended up joining him onstage.