9 Songs, 36 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

4.1 out of 5
12 Ratings
12 Ratings
iTimbo1 ,


This 1972 session might not be as tight as the Howlin' Wolf Sessions, granted, but there's some great stuff here, nonetheless, including some fine slow blues cuts with Rory Gallagher on lead guitar. Rory often stated that Muddy was his primary influence, and the Irish bluesman paid tribute to the sessions by including a cover of "Who's Gonna Be Your Sweet Man When I'm Gone"-- as "I Wonder Who"-- on his legendary Irish Tour live album. Musicians for the Muddy sessions are just as impressive as the Wolf line-up: Besides Rory on guitar, there's Rick Grech (Family, Blind Faith): bass; Steve Winwood (Traffic, Blind Faith): piano & organ; Georgie Fame: piano & organ; and Mitch Mitchell (JImi Hendrix Experience): drums. A piece of history.

LugNut527 ,

Rory Gallagher

this album should be Muddy Waters with Rory Gallagher. Excited to say and a bit ashamed to say I just discovered Rory.

Creese Reese ,


Just a great blues album with emotion. buy this album!

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