Why Are People Like That - Muddy Waters - The Muddy Waters Woodstock Album (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. The album kicks off with Why Are People Like That, written by Bobby Charles, another Woodstock resident. Muddy Waters switches to slide guitar for two of his own new songs, and performs Kansas City in honour of Henry Glover, who produced it for Little Willie Littlefield back in (as KC Lovin')/5(47).
  2. The album kicks off with Why Are People Like That, written by Bobby Charles, another Woodstock resident. Muddy Waters switches to slide guitar for two of his own new songs, and performs Kansas City in honour of Henry Glover, who produced it for Little Willie Littlefield back in (as KC Lovin')/5(44).
  3. Jan 01,  · The Muddy Waters Woodstock Album Muddy Waters Blues · Preview SONG TIME Why Are People Like That? 1. PREVIEW Going Down to Main Street. 2. PREVIEW Born with Nothing. 3. PREVIEW Caldonia. 4. PREVIEW Funny Sounds. 5. PREVIEW Love Deep As the Ocean. 6. Released on: January 01,
  4. Jun 11,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Gatefold Vinyl release of The Muddy Waters Woodstock Album on Discogs. Label: Chess - CH • Format: Vinyl LP, Album Gatefold • Country: US • Genre: Blues •4/5(28).
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  7. The Muddy Waters Woodstock Album is an album by blues musician Muddy Waters released by the Chess label in [1] [2] [3] The album features Levon .
  8. The Muddy Waters Woodstock Album includes five original songs written by Waters ("Going Down to Main Street," "Born With Nothing," "Funny Sounds," "Love, Deep as the Ocean" and the previously unreleased CD-only bonus track, Fox Squirrel) plus covers of Louis Jordan's "Let the Good Times Roll" and Caldonia, Bobby Charles' "Why Are People Like That" and Leiber & Stoller's Kansas City.