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Mud comes as close to the Muddy experience as one can get.
Gerry met Davy, a fan of Rory's music and a great guitarist, a long time back while gigging on The Isle of Man, Davy's birth place.
But, Mud was also brought up musically in the ‘70s and ‘80s when soul, Motown and R&B ruled the world.
Mud played bass and performed with bands playing the hits of that era.
We have a new signature song, ‘They Call Me Mud,’ a hard hitting funky blues with Mud growling it on home.
Some rockin’ blues with Studebaker John on harp and Mike Wheeler on guitar going toe-to-toe on ‘“Who’s Fooling Who?
Mud penned 10 of the album’s 12 songs, with two others coming from his illustrious father’s catalog, “Howling Wolf” and “Can’t Get No Grinding.” A stellar cast of Chicago area musicians adds some authentic, downhome blues touches to the recording, including Billy Flynn on guitar, Studebaker John on harmonica and backing vocals, Sumito Ariyo Ariyoshi on piano, E. Mc Daniel on bass and Melvin “Pookie Stix” Carlisle on drums.