Hard Again is the twelfth studio album by American blues singer Muddy Waters. It was recorded by produced by Johnny Winter. Released on January 10, 1977, Hard Again was Muddy's first album on the Blue Sky label after leaving Chess Records, and was well received by critics. In August 1975, Chess Records was sold to All Platinum Records and became a reissue label only.
After a string of mediocre albums throughout most of the 1970s, Muddy Waters hooked up with Johnny Winter for 1977's Hard Again, a startling comeback and a gritty demonstration of the master's powers.
Released January 10, 1977. Mannish Boy is a blues standard by Muddy Waters first recorded in 1955.
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Muddy Waters remains one of the greatest of all time. His 1977 release Hard Again - released on on January 10, 1977 - was appropriately titled and marked the kind of comeback you expect from the great ones. Any coach can tell you the best way to break out of the slump is surround yourself with good talent and get back to the fundamentals and Muddy did just that. Great musicians are all over this record: the late Pinetop Perkins, James Cotton and Willie Big Eyes Smith, just for starters. Walking Through The Park (Bonus Track).
Band Name Muddy Waters. Album Name Hard Again. Data de aparición 30 Junio 1977. Labels CBS Records Sky Dog Music Blue Sky Records. Estilo MusicalBlues Rock. Miembros poseen este álbum12. 1. Mannish Boy. 2. Bus Driver. 3. I Want to Be Loved.
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This was the first album Muddy Waters cut on Columbia's new Blue Sky imprint. All the players were part of Muddy's road band except for Winter, who pared down his signature speed-demon style to the bare essentials.
Hard Again has been especially praised by critics, who have tended to describe it as Muddy Waters' comeback album. In 1981, Muddy Waters was invited to perform at ChicagoFest, the city's top outdoor music festival. He was joined onstage by Johnny Winter and Buddy Miles, and played classics like "Mannish Boy", "Trouble No More", and "Mojo Working" to a new generation of fans.