This Historic Day In Music: “I’m Your Hoochie Coochie Man”

Who: Muddy Waters, electric guitar & vocals; Little Walter, harmonica; Jimmy Rogers, electric guitar; Otis Spann, piano; Willie Dixon, upright bass; Fred Below, drums.

What: “I’m Your Hoochie Coochie Man” by Willie Dixon

When: January 7, 1954

Where: the recording studios of Chess Records, South Cottage Grove Avenue, Chicago, Illinois.

58 years young.

Music that good certainly does not get old.

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2 Responses to This Historic Day In Music: “I’m Your Hoochie Coochie Man”

  1. TPS says:

    Now THAT is music to wake up and have coffee with….! One of my favorite things to do at the cottage years ago was to get up, go down to the deck with coffee and boom box, and listen to Muddy Waters. A perfect way to start the day….
    58 years…. and you’re right, it never gets old. I still get the chills every time I listen to Muddy….

    TPS

  2. TPS says:

    I’m curious…. What is your opinion on Willie Dixon…? Better musician or better writer? Here’s a man who wrote some of the most covered blues classics, yet I’ve not thought that much of him as a performer. Am I way off base here? I do have a cd of his, where he plays his own work, but…. I dunno…. I just feel that others have interpreted his songs so much better….

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