<span style="color:red"><span style="font-size:1.5em">MUDDY WATERS SINGS BIG BILL BROONZY
<span style="font-size:1.17em">Released Originally as Chess LP 1444 (1960)
<span style="font-size:1.17em"><span style="color:orangered">In 1960, when Muddy Waters recorded this album as a tribute to Big Bill Broonzy two years after his death, he could be sure of Broonzyâ™s approval. »Oh yeah, Muddy is a real singer of the Blues«, Big Bill, that Mississippi foundation stone, was heard to say early on in Muddy Watersâ™ career, although the sound of the man 15 years his junior could be likened to new shoots coming out of the gnarled root named the Blues.
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