Framed Vintage Record Album Cover – The London Muddy Waters Sessions

The London Muddy Waters Sessions

This is an actual vintage album cover containing the original vinyl record album. It has been mounted in a black plastic frame with a glass front and is ready for you to hang on your wall.

Framed Vintage Record Album Cover – The London Muddy Waters Sessions

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Starting as far back as the 1950’s blues greats from the United States were invited to England to play with London musicians for what have became known as London Sessions. These blues greats included, John Lee Hooker, Howlin’ Wolf, Big Bill Broonzy and of course Muddy Waters. On this album, Muddy Waters plays with Rory Gallagher, Sammy Lawhorn, Stevie Winwood, Georgie Fame and Mitch Mitchell with fantastic results.

Muddy Waters, an American blues musician considered to be one of the most important figures in post-World War II Chicago blues. The influence of Muddy Waters over a variety of music genres can be seen by the other important musicians that he has affected. The Rolling Stones derived their name from the Muddy Waters song “Rollin’ Stone”. The Rolling Stones later paid tribute to their blues roots alongside their icon Muddy Waters on the live DVD “Muddy Waters and the Rolling Stones: Live at the Checkerboard Lounge Chicago 1981.” Jimi Hendrix was also influenced by Muddy Waters stating that “the first guitar player I was aware of was Muddy Waters. I first heard him as a little boy and it scared me to death”. Led Zeppelin’s big hit, “Whole Lotta Love”, is lyrically based upon the Muddy Waters’ hit “You Need Love”. Eric Clapton, one of the greatest guitar players in the world, grew up listening to Muddy Waters. In his From the Cradle album, Eric Clapton acknowledged Waters influence on his career when he said this about Muddy Waters, “His music was the first that got to me and it remains some of the most important music in my life today. I love this man so much that I want to do it absolutely perfectly, and, of course, that’s not possible.” On their debut album Cream, of which Eric Clapton was a member, covered “Rollin’ and Tumblin” another Muddy Waters’ song.” The same song was adapted by Bob Dylan on his Modern Times album. Muddy Waters songs have been covered by many musicians, including the Allman Brothers Band, Etta James, Foghat, Humble Pie, Canned Heat and Steppenwolf. Paul Rodgers, lead singer of the bands Free, Bad Company and the Firm, released his Grammy-nominated solo album, Muddy Water Blues: A Tribute to Muddy Waters, in 1993, where he covered a number of Muddy Waters songs. The Beatles’ song “Come Together” refers to Muddy Waters in the line “He roller coaster/he got Muddy Waters.” Angus Young of the rock group AC/DC cited Muddy Waters as one of his influences. The lyrics of the Muddy Waters song “You Shook Me” were used in AC/DC’s song “You Shook Me All Night Long.” Muddy Waters’ songs have also been movies such as Goodfellas, Casino, Daddy Day Care and The Color of Money.

The London Muddy Waters Sessions

The product measures 12 7/8 inches x 12 7/8 inches x 3/4 inch and weights approximately 3 lbs.

The item shown in the photograph is the actual album cover that you will receive. This is a vintage product and both the album cover and the record have signs of wear. This product is sold as a decorative collectible and not as a playable record album. As such there is no assurance that the vinyl record itself is in a condition that would allow you to enjoy the music if you played it.

Framed Vintage Record Album Cover – The London Muddy Waters Sessions

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