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The Shadows Of Knight - Hoochie Coochie Man (Muddy Waters Cover)

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Published on Oct 15, 2012

From '' Gloria ''
Label: Dunwich -- S-666
Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Stereo
Country: US
Released: 1966

Tracklist
A1 Gloria
Written-By -- Van Morrison
A2 Light Bulb Blues
Written-By -- James Alan Sohns, Jerry McGeorge, Joseph J. Kelly
A3 I Got My Mojo Working
Written-By -- McKinley Morganfield
A4 Dark Side
Written-By -- James Alan Sohns, Warren Rogers
A5 Boom Boom
Written-By -- John Lee Hooker
A6 Let It Rock
Written-By -- Chuck Berry
B1 Oh Yea
Written-By -- Ellas McDaniel
B2 It Always Happens That Way
Written-By -- James Alan Sohns, Warren Rogers
B3 You Can't Judge A Book By Its Cover
Written-By -- Willie Dixon
B4 Hoochie Coochie Man
Written-By -- Willie Dixon
B5 I Just Want To Make Love To You
Written-By -- Willie Dixon

Vocals -- James Alan Sohns
Lead Guitar -- Warren Rogers
Bass Guitar -- Joseph J. Kelly
Drums -- Tom Schiffour
Rhythm Guitar -- Jerry McGeorge

Engineer -- Bob Kidder
Engineer [Mastering] -- Jerry DeClercq

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"Hoochie Coochie Man" (sometimes referred to as "(I'm Your) Hoochie Coochie Man") is a blues standard written by Willie Dixon and first recorded by Muddy Waters in 1954 in Chicago.
The song was a major hit upon its release, reaching #8 on Billboard magazine's Black Singles chart.
The intro and verse to Muddy Water's version feature stop-time while the chorus features a refrain.
According to an account by Dave Van Ronk, Muddy Waters stated that the song is supposed to have a comic effect.

Accolades

The song was inducted into the Blues Hall of Fame in 1984.
It was given a Grammy Hall of Fame Award in 1998.
It is a part of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame's 500 Songs That Shaped Rock and Roll list.
It 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.

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 greatly enjoyed sexual intercourse.

Personnel
The following musicians recorded "Hoochie Coochie Man" in January 1954:

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

Cover versions

Numerous artists have recorded "Hoochie Coochie Man", including:

Alexis Korner on R&B from the Marquee (1962)
Jimmy Smith on Got My Mojo Workin (1962)
Long John Baldry on Long John's Blues (1964)
Manfred Mann on The Five Faces of Manfred Mann (1964)
Nashville Teens on the album of the same name (1964)
Graham Bond Organisation on The Sound of '65 (1965)
The Shadows of Knight on Gloria (1966)
Chuck Berry on Live at the Fillmore Auditorium (1967)
Tim Hardin on This is Tim Hardin (1967)
Billy Preston on Club Meeting (1967)
Jimi Hendrix on BBC Sessions (recorded 1967, released 1998)
The Baggy's Rehearsal Sessions (recorded 1969, released 2002)
Steppenwolf on Steppenwolf (1968)
Willie Dixon recorded his own version (1969)
Buddy Guy on Buddy and the Juniors (1970)
The Allman Brothers Band on Idlewild South (1970)
Freddie King on Woman Across the River (1973)
The New York Dolls on Seven Day Weekend (1973)
John Mayall on Primal Solos (1977)
Eric Burdon (1979)
FEAR as Lee Ving in the film Get Crazy (1983)
Jeff Healey in Road House (1989 film) (1989)
Supertramp (1988 and 2002)
Eric Clapton on From The Cradle (1994)
B. B. King on Original Blues Masters (1997)
Etta James - Life, Love & the Blues (1998); renamed it Hoochie Coochie Gal
Fear (band) on American Beer (album) (2001)
Motörhead on Another Perfect Day [Bonus Tracks] (2001)
Jon Lord & The Hoochie Coochie Men on Live at the Basement (2003)
Steven Seagal on Mojo Priest with Thunderbox
Dion on Son of Skip James (2007).

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