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Rollin' Stone

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Rollin' Stone
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Country Blues
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Burr Clover Blues
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Take A Walk With Me
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Walkin' Blues
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Burr Clover Blues (Alternative Version)
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Train Fare Home Blues
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You Gonna Miss Me
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Streamline Woman
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I Be's Troubled
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Little Geneva
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I Can't Be Satisfied
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Mean Red Spider
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Little Anna Mae
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Rollin' And Tumblin'
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Gypsy Woman
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I Feel Like Going Home
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Total Tracks: 17   Total Length: 51:48

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Rollin' Stone by Muddy Waters

chiefb

The sample tracks on Emusic are John Lee Hooker not Muddy Waters. Wrong tracks Emusic :(

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wrong samples, again

ChuckB

Hooker, not Waters.

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This 14-song quasi-best-of anthology appeared during a murky period in which the Chess catalog was briefly owned by the Sugar Hill label. Thus it was only available for a short time, and all of the material has since appeared on other compilations. If you happen upon it and just want some of Muddy Waters’s best stuff, though, it’s not bad at all, featuring prime late-’40s and ’50s cuts like “I Just Want to Make Love to You,” “Long Distance Call,” “Tiger in Your Tank,” and “Walking Thru the Park.” – Richie Unterberger