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Blues Essentials - Muddy Waters The Complete Collection (Digitally Remastered)

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Mad Love ( I Want You To Love Me )
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Standing Around Crying
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Stuff You Gotta Watch
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Mean Red Spider
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Louisiana Blues
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Rolling Stone
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They Call Me Muddy Waters
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I Just Wanna Make Love To You
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Stand Here Tremblin
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Sugar Sweet
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Loving Man
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Mean Mistreater
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Early Morning Blues
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Rollin and Tumblin Pt 2
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I Want To Be Loved
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Blow Wind Blow
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Train Fare Home Blues
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Honey Bee
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Little Annie Mae
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Long Distance Call
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Screamin And Cryin
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I Feel Like Going Home
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Howlin Wolf
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Please Have Mercy
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Trouble No More
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Young Fashioned Ways
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Goin Home
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Mean Disposition
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Muddy Jumps One
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Sweet Little Angel
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Im Your Hoochie Coochie Man
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She's All Right
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I Can't Be Satisfied
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Baby Please Don’t Go
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Crawlin Kingsnake
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Blues Before Sunrise
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I'm Ready
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Kind Hearted Woman
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Good Lookin Woman
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All Aboard
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Who's Gonna Be Your Sweet Man
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Streamline Woman
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Sad Letter Day
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Gone To Main Street
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Still A Fool
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Rock Me
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Rollin and Tumblin Pt 1
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Sad Sad Day
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Too Young To Know
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Hard Days
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Last Time I Fool Around With You
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Forty Days And Forty Nights
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Where's My Woman Been
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Gypsy Woman
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Got My Mojo Working
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All Night Long
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Sittin Here Drinkin
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Your'e Gonna Miss Me When I'm Dead And Gone
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 58   Total Length: 167:27

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The Muddy Waters The Complete Collection

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I know there was only 58 as the other person stated, But WOW only $5.99. I really enjoyed the sound compared to the other orignal, sound quality is so much better on this album.

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Muddy Waters Complete Collection

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It says you get 60 songs, but you really only get 58!

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Clearing Muddy Waters

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Nick Moss and the Flip Tops

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