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I'm Ready - blues standard
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"I'm Ready" Blues Hall of Fame

Some of the blues artists that have recorded "I'm Ready":

  • Muddy Waters, Carey Bell, Buddy Guy, Junior Wells, Hubert Sumlin, Otis Spann, Albert King, Freddie King, Kenny Neal, The Red Devils, Luther 'Guitar Junior' Johnson, The Blues Brothers
 
It Hurts Me Too - blues and rock standard
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"It Hurts Me Too" a.k.a. "When Things Go Wrong"

Some of the blues artists that have recorded "It Hurts Me Too":
  • Tampa Red, Big Bill Broonzy, Stick McGhee & Brownie McGhee, Junior Wells, Elmore James, Lowell Fulson, Eric Clapton, Hound Dog Taylor, Kenny Neal, Luther Allison, Little Milton

"It Hurts Me Too" is a song written by Tampa Red and made famous by Elmore James in 1957. It became one of James' most famous songs.

As a blues standard it was covered by many artists:

  • Bob Dylan (1970)
  • Eric Burdon (1982)
  • Susan Tedeschi (1998)
  • Keb Mo (2000)

Karen Dalton, Foghat, Grateful Dead, Eric Clapton, Gov't Mule, Connie Van Dyke, Chuck Berry, The Animals and many more.

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Elmore James - It hurts me too

Artist: Elmore James
Album: The Sky Is Crying: The History of Elmore James
Title: It Hurts Me Too

You said you was hurtin, you almost lost your mind.
Now, the man you love, he hurt you all the time.
But, when things go wrong, oh, wrong with you,
It hurts me too.

You'll love him more when you should love him less.
Why lick up behind him and take his mess?
But, when things go wrong, whoa, wrong with you,
It hurts me too.

He love another woman, yes, I love you,
But, you love him and stick to him like glue.
When things go wrong, oh, wrong with you,
It hurts me too.

Now, he better leave you or you better put him down.
No, I won't stand to see you pushed around.
But, when things go wrong, oh, wrong with you,
It hurts me too.


 
I Can't Quit You Baby - blues and rock standard
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I Can't Quit You Baby Blues Hall of Fame

Some of the blues artists that have recorded "I Can't Quit You Baby":

Otis Rush, Willie Dixon, Little Milton, Luther Allison, James Cotton, John Mayall, John Lee Hooker, Magic Sam, Mighty Joe Young, Fabulous Thunderbirds

"I Can't Quit You Baby" is a blues standard written by Willie Dixon and first recorded by Chicago blues artist Otis Rush, one of the leading exponents of the "West Side Sound." The song, a slow 12-bar blues, was a vehicle for arranger/producer Dixon to launch Rush and Cobra Records, as it was the first single for both. In this regards, it was a success, reaching #6 in the Billboard R&B chart in 1956. In his autobiography, Willie Dixon explained that "I Can't Quit You Baby" was written about a relationship that Rush seemed to be preoccupied with at the time and that Dixon used that to draw out an impassioned performance by Rush.

Otis Rush revisited "I Can't Quit You Baby" several times over the years, most notably when he recorded the song for the 1966 blues compilation Chicago|The Blues|Today! Vol. 2 (Vanguard 79217). This version featured an altered arrangement with an unusual turnaround (tonic chord followed by a half-step above the tonic chord) and staccato guitar fills. This is the version on which most cover versions would be based. John Mayall's Bluesbreakers covered it on the 1967 Crusade album (Decca SKL 4890/London PS 529). In 1969, Little Milton (Checker 1212) and the song's author Willie Dixon (Columbia PC 9987) also covered it. Since then it has been recorded by many blues and other artists. Otis Rush's original Cobra single "I Can't Quit You Baby" was inducted into the Blues Hall of Fame in 1994.

Led Zeppelin version

Another version, well known among rock fans is by English band Led Zeppelin. Their version is the penultimate song on their 1969 debut album Led Zeppelin. Their rendition begins with a long, drawn out cry from Plant, and leads into a rolling riff on which Jimmy Page improvises solos. John Paul Jones provides solid backing, and John Bonham displays the flair for which he is famous. Some have noted that Page's guitar parts sound similar to his guitar solo in "Heartbreaker".

The band regularly performed "I Can't Quit You Baby" live at Led Zeppelin concerts from 1968 to early 1970.[6] Two live versions are included on the Led Zeppelin BBC Sessions, whilst the group's performance of the song on January 9, 1970 at Royal Albert Hall is available on both Coda and the Led Zeppelin (DVD) (although for the two releases the song is mixed differently). Robert Plant's a cappella singing of "sometimes I get so worried" at the Royal Albert Hall is reminiscient of Ray Charles' performance of "I Got a Woman" from the album Ray Charles at Newport.

In 1970, the song was dropped from Led Zeppelin's typical concert lineup as they incorporated material from Led Zeppelin III into their shows, with "I Can't Quit You Baby" essentially being replaced by the song "Since I've Been Loving You". It was however revived as part of the "Whole Lotta Love" medley during some Led Zeppelin concerts in 1972 and 1973, sometimes being changed by Oden's Going Down Slow, as can be heard on How the West Was Won.

This song was rehearsed by the surviving members of Led Zeppelin for the Atlantic Records 40th Anniversary reunion in May 1988, but it was not included on the night.

Personnel

  • Robert Plant - vocals
  • Jimmy Page - guitars
  • John Paul Jones - bass guitar
  • John Bonham - drums

Cover versions

  • 1989: Nine Below Zero (Live at the Venue)
  • 1990: Dread Zeppelin (Un-Led-Ed)
  • 1999: Todd Wolfe (Live from Manny's Car Wash)
  • 2002: Lennon Page (L.A. Rockabilly Blues)
  • 2004: Gary Moore (Power of the Blues)
  • 2006: Mike Manne and Tiger Blues (Mr. Blues and I)

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Artist: Otis Rush
Album: Devil's Rejects Soundtrack
Title: I Can't Quit You Baby

Well, I can't quit you baby, but I got to put you down for awhile
Well, you know, I can't quit you baby, but I got to put you down for awhile
Well, you know, you messed up my happy home baby,
made me mistreat my only child
Yes, you know I love you, baby, my love for you I'll never hide
Oh, you know I love you, baby, my love for you I'll never hide
Yes, you know I love you, baby, well you just my ordered size

Well, I'm so tired I could cry, I could just lay down and die
Oh, I'm so tired I could cry, I could just lay down and die
Yes, you know you my only darling, you know you my desire
When you hear me moaning and groaning,
you know it hurts me deep down inside
Oh, when you hear me moaning and groaning,
you know it hurts me deep down inside
When you hear me holler , baby, oh, you know your my desire
 
Help Me - Green Onions - blues and rock standard
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"Help Me" a.k.a. "Green Onions"

Some of the blues artists that have recorded "Help Me":
  • Sonny Boy Williamson II, Charlie Musselwhite, Luther Allison, James Cotton, Buddy Guy, Melvin Taylor, Junior Wells, Billy Branch, Magic Slim, Booker T. & the MGs, Little Mack Simmons, Johnny B. Moore, John Mayall.

"Green Onions" is a hit soul instrumental recorded in 1962 by Booker T. & the M.G.s. The tune is a twelve-bar blues with a rippling Hammond organ line. According to guitarist Steve Cropper its name arose from the band members' efforts to think of a title that was "as funky as possible".

"Green Onions" entered the Billboard Hot 100 in September of 1962 where it remained for 16 weeks, peaking at number 3. The single also made it to number one the soul singles chart, for four non consecutive weeks. An unusual occurence in that, on the soul singles chart, "Green Onions" fell in and out of top spot, three times. . Originally issued on the Volt subsidiary of Stax Records, it was quickly reissued on Stax proper; it also appeared on the hit album Green Onions. The recording did not chart in the UK until January 1980 after being featured in the 1979 film Quadrophenia.

"Green Onions" has been used extensively in radio, television, film and advertising. The tune is also a favorite at baseball parks across the United States. It was also used in the menu screen and various cutscenes in EA's game Skate.

"Green Onions" was ranked #181 on Rolling Stone's list of the 500 greatest songs of all time. The song is currently ranked as the 85th greatest song of all time, as well as the best song of 1962, by Acclaimed Music.

In a live cover of this tune from the album Everybody Needs the Blues Brothers, Dan Aykroyd, as his character Elwood J. Blues of the Blues Brothers comments on the song during a vamp, "I believe that this tune can be equated with the great classical music around the world. Well now you go to Germany, you got your Bach, your Beethoven and your Brahms. Here in America, you got your Fred McDowell, your Irving Berlin, your Glenn Miller, and your Booker T. & the M.G.s!"

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Hoochie Coochie Man - blues standard
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"(I'm Your) Hoochie Coochie Man" Blues Hall of Fame , Grammy Hall of Fame , Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

Some of the blues artists that have recorded "Hoochie Coochie Man":
  • Muddy Waters, Willie Dixon, Junior Wells, Luther Allison, James Cotton, Buddy Guy, John Littlejohn, Chick Willis, Magic Sam, Luther "Snake Boy" Johnson, Eric Clapton

"Hoochie Coochie Man" (sometimes referred to as "(I'm Your) Hoochie Coochie Man") is a 1954 song (see 1954 in music) written by Willie Dixon and first performed by Muddy Waters. The song was a major hit upon its release, reaching number eight on Billboard magazine's Black Singles chart. Waters' rendition of the song was featured on the Rolling Stone magazine's list of the 500 Greatest Songs of All Time, where it was voted number 225 by representatives of the music industry and press.

Personnel

  • Muddy Waters - vocals, guitar
  • Little Walter - harmonica
  • Otis Spann - piano
  • Jimmy Rogers - guitar
  • Willie Dixon - bass
  • Fred Below - drums

Cover versions

The song has been covered by many artists, including Alexis Korner on R&B from the Marquee (1962), Jimmy Smith on Got My Mojo Workin (1962), Manfred Mann on The Five Faces of Manfred Mann (1964), Graham Bond Organisation on The Sound of '65 (1965), The Shadows of Knight on Gloria (1966), Jimi Hendrix on BBC Sessions (recorded 1967, released 1989), Chuck Berry on Live at the Fillmore Auditorium (1967), Billy Preston on Club Meeting (1967), Steppenwolf on Steppenwolf (1968), Buddy Guy on Buddy and the Juniors (1970), The Allman Brothers Band on Idlewild South (1970), John Mayall on Primal Solos (1977), Eric Burdon (1979), Supertramp (1988 and 2002), Eric Clapton (1994), B. B. King on Original Blues Masters (1997), Etta James (1998), Motörhead on Another Perfect Day [Bonus Tracks] (2001), Paul Ubana Jones on Pagan Gold (2001), Jon Lord & The Hoochie Coochie Men on Live at the Basement (2003), 12:55 on "Cheap Sunglasses" Steven Seagal on his 2006 release with Thunderbox, Mojo Priest, and Dixon recorded his own version of the song in 1969. The New York Dolls recorded a live version in Paris, available on Seven Day Weekend (1973) among others, with frontman David Johansen claiming to have in fact written the tune and given it to Dixon in exchange for a hot meal (Johansen would have only been 4 when the song was released in 1954). It was also recorded by Dion in 2007 on his CD Son of Skip James.

Meaning of 'hoochie coochie'

The Hoochie coochie was a sexually provocative dance that became wildly popular during and after the Chicago World's Fair in 1893.

Since the dance was performed by women, a ‘hoochie coochie man’ either watched them or ran the show. Alternatively, from the directly sexual meaning of hoochie coochie, he was successful with women.

 

 

Artist: Muddy Waters / Willie Dixon
Title: Hoochie Coochie Man

Gypsy woman told my momma, before I was born
You got a boy-child comin', gonna be a son-of-a-gun
Gonna make these pretty women, jump and shout
And the world will only know, a-what it's all about

Y'know I'm here
Everybody knows I'm here
And I'm the hoochie-coochie man
Everybody knows I'm here

On the seventh hour, of the seventh day,
on the seventh month, the seventh doctor said:
"He's born for good luck, and I know you see;
Got seven hundred dollars, and don't you mess with me

Y'know I'm here
Everybody knows I'm here
And I'm the hoochie-coochie man
Everybody knows I'm here

Gypsy woman told my momma
Said "Ooh, what a boy,
he gonna make so many women,
jump and shout for joy"

Y'know I'm here
Everybody knows I'm here
And I'm the hoochie-coochie man
Everybody knows I'm here

Gypsy woman told my momma, before I was born
You got a boy-child comin', gonna be a son-of-a-gun
Gonna make these pretty women, jump and shout
And the world will only know, a-what it's all about

Y'know I'm here
Everybody knows I'm here
And I'm the hoochie-coochie man
Everybody knows I'm here

Additional 2nd verse from original 1954 Muddy Waters take:

I got a black cat bone, I got a mojo too
I got John the Conqueror, I'm gonna mess with you
I'm gonna make you, pretty girl, lead me by the hand
Then the world will know, the Hoochie-Coochie Man

 
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