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Album: Breakin' It Up, Breakin' It Down (Live)

Artist: Muddy Waters, Johnny Winter & James Cotton

  • Genre: Blues
  • Release Date: 2007
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 11

  • Copyright: ℗ 2007 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT

Tracklist For Breakin' It Up, Breakin' It Down (Live) By Artist Muddy Waters, Johnny Winter & James Cotton

Title Artist Time
1
Black Cat Bone / Dust My Broom Muddy Waters, Johnny Winter & James Cotton 5:53 USD 1.29
2
Can't Be Satisfied Muddy Waters, Johnny Winter & James Cotton 3:47 USD 1.29
3
Caledonia Muddy Waters, Johnny Winter & James Cotton 6:57 USD 1.29
4
Dealin' with the Devil Muddy Waters, Johnny Winter & James Cotton 7:50 USD 1.29
5
Rocket 88 Muddy Waters, Johnny Winter & James Cotton 2:09 USD 1.29
6
I Done Got Over It Muddy Waters, Johnny Winter & James Cotton 5:59 USD 1.29
7
How Long Can a Fool Go Wrong Muddy Waters, Johnny Winter & James Cotton 5:53 USD 1.29
8
Mama Talk to Your Daughter Muddy Waters, Johnny Winter & James Cotton 5:53 USD 1.29
9
Love Her with a Feeling Muddy Waters, Johnny Winter & James Cotton 5:47 USD 1.29
10
Trouble No More Muddy Waters, Johnny Winter & James Cotton 4:09 USD 1.29
11
Got My Mojo Workin' Muddy Waters, Johnny Winter & James Cotton 4:59 USD 1.29

Reviews For Breakin' It Up, Breakin' It Down (Live) By Artist Muddy Waters, Johnny Winter & James Cotton

  • Magic Mick

    5
    By AppleAppConsumerReviewer
    I saw this tour at Boston’s Music Hall with two of my closest now deceased friends. What an unbelievable show. People dancing in the aisles, some climbed on top of the giant speakers (one of my friends!). I wish I could relive and I will with this album.
  • A surprise find on iTunes

    5
    By InfoMgmtExec
    As a young music engineer I recorded this album at the Masonic Temple in Detroit. It was one of those live recordings that we did which will live on in my mind forever. A great collaboration between Johnny, Muddy and James along with a great backing band. Those who saw them during this short tour experienced something very special.
  • The Best Blues I've EVER Heard

    5
    By Uncle Elijah
    This would have been THE place to be back in 77', and now it is brought back to those of us who wished we could have seen those good ole' times (like me). you get Muddy Waters and Johnny Winters awesome vocals and guitar playing and you get James Cotton's great harmonica. All of this combined with three great musicians having a bunch of fun jamming together live makes for a unforgettable album! Long live the blues!
  • Breakin' It Up, Breakin' It Down

    5
    By Captkprice
    Some 33 years or so ago, Muddy and James came to Concord College in Athens, WV and played to a not so packed house. I remember hearing Muddy make the comment that went something like, "For all those that are not here will not know what they've missed, but for you that are here, we're gonna blow you away!" It seemed like they played forever! They were absolutely awesome! They had a great time playing songs and just "jamming" on stage. This album brings back a wonderful memory of a great concert. These gentlemen are true artists! Add this album to your collection and you'll never regret it!
  • Buy This

    5
    By UnderConstruction682
    Just got this, and couldn't be happier! Each of the three is totally committed and at his best! Great balance, great teamwork, awesome blues. Buy it.
  • Breakin it up, Breakin it down

    5
    By Black & Blue in Ohio
    Excellent music.....you will begin to understand why good blues music comes from deep within. You can feel the raw passion and emotion from the artists. Got My Mojo Working and Dust My Broom/Blackcat Bone are some of the best blues music/renditions I have ever heard...but with three great talents you would expect nothing else!
  • WOW

    5
    By yopaule
    This is just a great album. I am new to blues music but have heard lots of these songs on XM radio channel 74 and I am hooked
  • Great Live Blues CD

    5
    By Baddniss
    What a trio & well-engineered this time. Rocket 88, Got my Mojo Workin', Caledonia etc are great tracks! Play it loud!
  • AS MUCH FUN AS THE COVER PHOTO

    5
    By Rolling Stoner
    Bluesheads have had this material for years on lesser quality bootlegs and finally part of this great live show appears on an official CD. The sound is clear and fullbodied. Every track cooks and you can just hear how into this show each of these blues legends are. This is a great sampler of Muddy, Johnny and Cotton that would only be better if it were a two disc set with the entire set list. Buy it now and turn a friend on to it later.

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