Category: Classic Rock

Mannish Boy - Muddy Waters - Hard Again (Cassette, Album)

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  1. witnessed a further Muddy classic in ‛Mannish Boy’, an answer to Bo Diddley’s ‘I’m A Man’ and as much a gem as its inspiration. At last Muddy would have a genuine pop chart entry.
  2. rows · "Mannish Boy" is a classic blues song, written by Ellas McDaniel (), Mel London, and .
  3. That mean mannish boy I'm a man I'm a full grown man I'm a man I'm a natural born lovers man I'm a man I'm a rollin' stone I'm a man I'm a hoochie coochie man Sittin' on the outside, just me and my mate You know I make the moon honey come up two hours late Wasn't that a man I spell mmm, aaa child, nnn That represents man No B, O child, Y That.
  4. Mannish Boy by Muddy Waters song meaning, lyric interpretation, video and chart position Muddy Waters originally recorded this in , then re-recorded it in for his Hard Again album in a version produced by Johnny Winter. The repetitive guitar line is easy to play, but very memorable. Waters used the same basic riff on his song.
  5. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Hard Again - Muddy Waters on AllMusic - - After a string of mediocre albums throughout most 10/
  6. Listen online to Muddy Waters - Mannish Boy and see which albums it appears on. Scrobble songs and get recommendations on other tracks and artists.
  7. For the first time in 30 years, Muddy has new blood backing his recording ventures. He sounds happy, energetic and out for business: in short, Muddy Waters is kicking in another mule's stall. Waters has written six new tunes for the album, marking the end of a long dry spell, but his standards and one old Willie Dixon tune rock the hardest.
  8. "Hard Again" has spanking drums, a free-wheeling harmonica, electric guitar, bass, piano line-up, with perhaps a banjo and washer-board or some such on one song. It is also more up - tempo and energetic than the music in "Anthology". "Mannish Boy" is still my favourite Waters' song, and this new version of the song is the king of them all y'all.

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