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'''Tracklist'''

'''Disc 1'''

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'''Tracklist'''

'''Disc 1'''
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'''Disc 2'''

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'''Disc 2'''!!!Disc 2



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[[caption-width-right:350:He's got his mojo working]]


# "I Just Want To Make Love To You" (2:52)

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# "I Just Want To to Make Love To to You" (2:52)



# "I Want To Be Loved" (2:42)

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# "I Want To to Be Loved" (2:42)



# "My Eyes (Keep Me In Trouble)" (3:12)

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# "My Eyes (Keep Me In in Trouble)" (3:12)



# "Forty Days And Forty Nights" (2:53)
# "Just To Be With You" (3:15)

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# "Forty Days And and Forty Nights" (2:53)
# "Just To to Be With You" (3:15)



# "I Love The Life I Live, I Live The Life I Love" (2:52)

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# "I Love The the Life I Live, I Live The the Life I Love" (2:52)



# "Walking Thru The Park" (2:47)
# "Take The Bitter With The Sweet" (3:08)

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# "Walking Thru The the Park" (2:47)
# "Take The the Bitter With The with the Sweet" (3:08)



# "My Home Is In The Delta" (4:00)

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# "My Home Is In The in the Delta" (4:00)


** Subverted with "I Got My Mojo Working", where the mojo "just don't work on you, baby".

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** Subverted with "I Got "Got My Mojo Working", where the mojo "just don't work on you, baby".



* BadassBoast: Half of his songs praise himself as a badass man: "I'm The Hoochie Coochie Man", "Mannish Boy", "Got My Mojo Workin'", "I Can Never Be Satisfied".

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* BadassBoast: Half of his songs praise himself as a badass man: "I'm The Hoochie Coochie Man", "Mannish Boy", "Got My Mojo Workin'", Working", "I Can Never Be Satisfied".


''The Anthology: 1947-1972'' is a 2001 [[GreatestHitsAlbum double compilation album]] by Music/MuddyWaters, which got enthusiastic reviews and was praised by Magazine/RollingStone for being "the fifty essential cuts... run from guitar-and-standup-bass duets to full-band romps - and they still just manage to scratch the surface of Waters' legacy." In 2006 the album was listed in TimeAllTime100Albums list and it was listed at nr. #38 in Magazine/RollingStone's [[Music/RollingStone500GreatestAlbumsOfAllTime 500 Greatest Albums Of All Time]].

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''The Anthology: 1947-1972'' 19471972'' is a 2001 [[GreatestHitsAlbum double compilation album]] by Music/MuddyWaters, which got enthusiastic reviews and was praised by Magazine/RollingStone for being "the fifty essential cuts... run from guitar-and-standup-bass duets to full-band romps - and they still just manage to scratch the surface of Waters' legacy." In 2006 the album was listed in TimeAllTime100Albums list and it was listed at nr. #38 in Magazine/RollingStone's [[Music/RollingStone500GreatestAlbumsOfAllTime 500 Greatest Albums Of All Time]].


'''The Anthology: 1947-1972''' is a 2001 [[GreatestHitsAlbum double compilation album]] by Music/MuddyWaters, which got enthusiastic reviews and was praised by Magazine/RollingStone for being "the fifty essential cuts... run from guitar-and-standup-bass duets to full-band romps - and they still just manage to scratch the surface of Waters' legacy." In 2006 the album was listed in TimeAllTime100Albums list and it was listed at nr. #38 in Magazine/RollingStone's [[Music/RollingStone500GreatestAlbumsOfAllTime 500 Greatest Albums Of All Time]].

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'''The ''The Anthology: 1947-1972''' 1947-1972'' is a 2001 [[GreatestHitsAlbum double compilation album]] by Music/MuddyWaters, which got enthusiastic reviews and was praised by Magazine/RollingStone for being "the fifty essential cuts... run from guitar-and-standup-bass duets to full-band romps - and they still just manage to scratch the surface of Waters' legacy." In 2006 the album was listed in TimeAllTime100Albums list and it was listed at nr. #38 in Magazine/RollingStone's [[Music/RollingStone500GreatestAlbumsOfAllTime 500 Greatest Albums Of All Time]].


'''The Anthology: 1947-1972''' is a 2001 [[GreatestHitsAlbum double compilation album]] by Music/MuddyWaters, which got enthusiastic reviews and was praised by Magazine/RollingStone for being "the fifty essential cuts... run from guitar-and-standup-bass duets to full-band romps - and they still just manage to scratch the surface of Waters' legacy." In 2000 the album was listed in TimeAllTime100Albums list.

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'''The Anthology: 1947-1972''' is a 2001 [[GreatestHitsAlbum double compilation album]] by Music/MuddyWaters, which got enthusiastic reviews and was praised by Magazine/RollingStone for being "the fifty essential cuts... run from guitar-and-standup-bass duets to full-band romps - and they still just manage to scratch the surface of Waters' legacy." In 2000 2006 the album was listed in TimeAllTime100Albums list.
list and it was listed at nr. #38 in Magazine/RollingStone's [[Music/RollingStone500GreatestAlbumsOfAllTime 500 Greatest Albums Of All Time]].

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* TheresNoPlaceLikeHome: "I Feel Like Going Home" expresses homesickness.


** Subverted with "I Got My Mojo Working", where the mojo "just don't worked on you, baby".

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** Subverted with "I Got My Mojo Working", where the mojo "just don't worked work on you, baby".

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* IWantSong: "I Just Want to Make Love to You". There's a [[SarcasmMode slight possibility]] this is also an IntercourseWithYou song.

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* FaceOnTheCover: Muddy posing with his guitar.


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'''Disc 1'''



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Disc 2'''Disc 2'''

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'''The Anthology: 1947-1972''' is a 2001 [[GreatestHitsAlbum double compilation album]] by Music/MuddyWaters, which got enthusiastic reviews and was praised by Magazine/RollingStone for being "the fifty essential cuts... run from guitar-and-standup-bass duets to full-band romps - and they still just manage to scratch the surface of Waters' legacy." In 2000 the album was listed in TimeAllTime100Albums list.

'''Tracklist'''
Disc 1:
# "Gypsy Woman" (2:35)
# "I Can't Be Satisfied" (2:43)
# "I Feel Like Going Home" (3:12)
# "Train Fare Home Blues" (2:48)
# "Mean Red Spider" (2:19)
# "Standin' Here Tremblin'" (2:27)
# "You're Gonna Need My Help" (3:03)
# "Little Geneva" (2:48)
# "Rollin' and Tumblin'" (2:59)
# "Walkin' Blues" (2:58)
# "Louisiana Blues" (2:54)
# "Long Distance Call" (2:41)
# "Honey Bee" (3:22)
# "Country Boy" (3:13)
# "She Moves Me" (2:58)
# "Still A Fool" (3:19)
# "Stuff You Gotta Watch" (2:51)
# "Who's Gonna Be Your Sweet Man When I'm Gone?" (3:04)
# "Standin' Around Cryin'" (3:23)
# "Baby Please Don't Go" (3:18)
# "Hoochie Coochie Man" (2:48)
# "I Just Want To Make Love To You" (2:52)
# "I'm Ready" (3:05)
# "Young Fashioned Ways" (3:02)
# "I Want To Be Loved" (2:42)

Disc 2
# "My Eyes (Keep Me In Trouble)" (3:12)
# "Mannish Boy" (2:58)
# "Sugar Sweet" (2:31)
# "Trouble No More" (2:42)
# "Forty Days And Forty Nights" (2:53)
# "Just To Be With You" (3:15)
# "Don't Go No Farther" (2:56)
# "Diamonds At Your Feet" (2:26)
# "I Love The Life I Live, I Live The Life I Love" (2:52)
# "Got My Mojo Working" (2:53)
# "Rock Me" (3:13)
# "Look What You've Done" (2:24)
# "She's Nineteen Years Old" (3:19)
# "Close To You" (3:07)
# "Walking Thru The Park" (2:47)
# "Take The Bitter With The Sweet" (3:08)
# "I Feel So Good" (2:58)
# "You Shook Me" (2:44)
# "My Home Is In The Delta" (4:00)
# "Good Morning Little School Girl" (3:15)
# "The Same Thing" (2:44)
# "You Can't Lose What You Ain't Never Had" (2:57)
# "All Aboard (Fathers & Sons)" (2:53)
# "Can't Get No Grindin'" (2:45)

!! Got My Mojo Troping...
* AlliterativeTitle: "I '''L'''ove the '''L'''ife I '''L'''ive, I '''L'''ive the '''L'''ife I '''L'''ove", "'''S'''ugar '''S'''weet".
* AllWomenAreLustful: "She's Nineteen Years Old"
--> ''Nothing I can do to please her, to keep her satisfied''
** Subverted with "I Got My Mojo Working", where the mojo "just don't worked on you, baby".
* AManIsAlwaysEager: Muddy sure is. Must of his songs are about how he's really craving for a woman, most notably in "I Just Want To Make Love To You"
* {{Anthology}}: The album provides an overview of his best work between 1947 and 1972.
* BadassBoast: Half of his songs praise himself as a badass man: "I'm The Hoochie Coochie Man", "Mannish Boy", "Got My Mojo Workin'", "I Can Never Be Satisfied".
* CoverAlbum: Typical for most blues songs some of the material was not created by Muddy himself, but by other artists, such as Music/RobertJohnson and T-Bone Walker.
* DistinctDoubleAlbum: Two sides with the essential tracks of Muddy's career.
* GreatestHitsAlbum: A highly praised compilation album that gives a good overview of his career.
* IntercourseWithYou: Typical for Muddy's repertoire must of his songs are about him craving for women.
* MundaneMadeAwesome: "Mean Red Spider", a song about a red spider, that nevertheless is a great, powerful blues track.
* NonAppearingTitle: Since this is a compilation album the title does not appear in any of the lyrics.
* OneManSong: "Hoochie Coochie Man", "Mannish Boy", "Country Boy".
* OneWomanSong: "Gypsy Woman", "Little Geneva".
* RatedMForManly: And how! You're probably never gonna hear such a masculine singer as Muddy.
* RuleOfSeven: "I'm The Hoochie Coochie Man".
--> ''On the seventh hour''
--> ''On the seventh day''
--> ''On the seventh month''
--> ''The seven doctors say''
--> ''He was born for good luck''
--> ''And that you'll see''
--> ''I got 700 dollars''
--> ''Don't you mess with me''
* SomethingBlues: "Walkin' Blues", "Louisiana Blues", "Country Blues", "Train Fare Home Blues",...
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