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Description : Filthy Rich plays the Muddy Waters classic, probably the best recorded song of the session as far as vocal/guitar levels. Gibson SJ 200, AKG mics, blatant self promotion.

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  1. StaticNomad
    StaticNomad on Sun 9th Dec 2018 - 1 day ago

    Yo. Not sure what else I can add that hasn't already been written.

    This is groovy, heartfelt, smooth, cool blues at its finest. It just sounds so effortless. And groovy and exciting but also very chilled and laidback.

    It's interesting that those moods can all happily coexist.

    Great recording, so natural and warm. Sounds kind of like a perfect take.

    There - I may have added a little something extra.

    A big fav for me...

  2. neuromancer56
    neuromancer56 on Sat 8th Dec 2018 - 2 days ago

    Felt this one deep in my bones. Legit blues.

  3. centralsdev
    centralsdev on Fri 7th Dec 2018 - 3 days ago

    this sound great good work.

  4. DGutta91
    DGutta91 on Fri 7th Dec 2018 - 3 days ago

    this is pure talent incarnate ...not one of my favorite genres but this is reallllllllly goood ...

  5. laurentwirz
    laurentwirz on Fri 7th Dec 2018 - 3 days ago

    Excellent! Nice to ear some real blues... real played. Back to the roots! Like it very much. Congrats.

  6. SouljahSlim3000
    SouljahSlim3000 on Thu 6th Dec 2018 - 4 days ago

    Hey do you mind If I use your intro to this in a track? I just wanna experiment with the sounds you laying down. Of course it will be only for my listening purposes as I respect your music...I really dig them sounds!!!

  7. louisleo3
    louisleo3 on Wed 5th Dec 2018 - 5 days ago

    nice playing!!

  8. Orlando51
    Orlando51 on Wed 5th Dec 2018 - 5 days ago

    Wow...brilliant stuff Wayne. Blues at it's purest. Muddy Waters is surely the guy to revisit. He influenced so many contemporary musicians. Splendid take on him here.....instant fav !

    Compliments_____Leon

    theHumps
    Reply by theHumps

    Thanks Leon, Rich is pretty talented. Playing and singing like that is tough, he makes it sound easy. Did some looking on youtube and checked out his bands, blues, blues, blues... he's got it down!

    Wayne

  9. Neomorpheus
    Neomorpheus on Wed 5th Dec 2018 - 6 days ago

    This is amazing Wayne !! This track literally sent chills down my spine bro. I used to listen to my Grand Father and my Dad do stuff like this. My Dad had a 50's model Tobacco Sunburst Gibson J45 acoustic, Grand Dad played harmonica. Dad would play this delta blues stuff so Gramps could play his harmonica and sing. It was crazy. Filthy Rich has that delta blues technique down pat, hes killer man. Dad never used a pick, he played the bass line with his thumb while the fingers strummed, played the melody notes or guitar riffs on the treble strings. I got to tell you man, listening to this track brought back some precious memories and moved me to the point of tears. Especially when he walks it up to the bridge there at 1:30. This is fabulous grass roots Mississippi Delta Blues guitar picking. I absolutely love it. The vocal is period perfect too. I'm blown away.

    My Grand Dad died shortly after I left home, I was about 20 and my Dad has been gone 10 years now. I think about him quite often but hadn't triggered those memories in a long time. So, thanks so much for posting this. Its the best listen I have had on here in a while, possibly THE best i'll ever have! Straight to fave and down load !

    theHumps
    Reply by theHumps

    Cool man, that's such a nice story. The J 45's are real nice too, great for recording and I love tobacco finishes on guitars.

    Rich is pretty good, i was watching his thumb picking out those bass notes, man I wish I could get that happening. It's key to that whole technique. I've been recording Jim's bluegrass band as well, practices are tough to get a solid mix with people moving around, talking... Someday I'll get a bluegrass tune up here, some great banjo and mando picking!!

    Cheers!

    Wayne

  10. SouljahSlim3000
    SouljahSlim3000 on Tue 4th Dec 2018 - 6 days ago

    Oh man, this is good, real good...I was in Memphis listening to blues just a week ago. Nice!

    theHumps
    Reply by theHumps

    Hope you had fun in Memphis! Thanks for stopping by and commenting!

    Wayne

  11. zipbass
    zipbass on Tue 4th Dec 2018 - 1 week ago

    Nice playing, singing and recording.
    Add a solo of electric guitar on it =)

    theHumps
    Reply by theHumps

    Thanks! My friend Jim played some songs on the stand up bass but it didn't record very well, he was out of range from the mics.

    Wayne

  12. Mahloo13
    Mahloo13 on Mon 3rd Dec 2018 - 1 week ago

    Mhmmm...freaking amazing....room ambiance...just perfect. I really really like this. Faved.

    theHumps
    Reply by theHumps

    Thanks man!

  13. ettotrink
    ettotrink on Mon 3rd Dec 2018 - 1 week ago

    excellent performance with a good sound quality and presence!

    theHumps
    Reply by theHumps

    Glad you liked it, Rich did a great job!

    Wayne

  14. Interitus
    Interitus on Wed 28th Nov 2018 - 1 week ago

    Oof, this is that juicy blues I'm always looking for!

    theHumps
    Reply by theHumps

    Yup, this is good stuff!

    Thanks!

    Wayne

  15. JosephFunk
    JosephFunk on Mon 26th Nov 2018 - 2 weeks ago

    I started paying more attention to your tracks Wayne. Brilliant Wayne! Let's see, historically, who covered this one: Van Morrison, Ted Nugent, AC/DC, B.B. King, Bob Dylan, Aerosmith, Led Zepplin, Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers, Johnny Lee Hooker, and The Rolling Stones to name a few. Your sure do pick the huge mega iconic songs Wayne.

    Very awesome performance. You also put a lot of classic soul feeling, the genre, into your vocals. The guitars are so spectacular. Excellent 5 star, two thumbs up cover Wayne. Awesome mastering!

    Joe

    theHumps
    Reply by theHumps

    Thanks Joe!

    Rich played that awesome Gibson SJ 200 and sang up a storm that day. We recorded about 20 songs that afternoon and I mixed 10 down in about 3 ours so I didn't spend a lot of time on Rich's tracks.When someone plays and sings that well it certainly makes it a little easier to mix.

    Hope all is well at home, take care!

    Wayne

  16. thekunig
    thekunig on Mon 26th Nov 2018 - 2 weeks ago

    Nothing wrong with a bit of "blatant self promotion" - Im tapping my foot - Great !!

    theHumps
    Reply by theHumps

    Thanks! Rich was having some fun, so was I watching him play.

    Wayne

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