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The Rolling Stones
   are named after   
The Name of a Muddy Waters Song
Released in 1948 as the first single ever released on Chess Records.
Muddy Waters
   released the album   
Folk Singer (1964)
Muddy Waters
   released the single   
I Just Want To Make Love To You
1954; seminal blues song written by Willie Dixon; reaching #4 on the Billboard R&B chart
Muddy Waters
   is the stage name of   
McKinley Morganfield
American Blues Musician
Got My Mojo Workin'
   was released by   
Muddy Waters
1957 - inducted in 1999; did not chart; included in Rolling Stone magazine's "500 Greatest Songs of All Time"
(I'm Your) Hoochie Koochie Man
   was released by   
Muddy Waters
1954 - inducted in 1998; did not chart; included in Rolling Stone magazine's "500 Greatest Songs of All Time"
Rollin' Stone
   was released by   
Muddy Waters
1948 - inducted in 2000; included in Rolling Stone magazine's "500 Greatest Songs of All Time"
Muddy Waters
   performed the blues song   
Five Long Years (1963)
Muddy Waters
   released the single   
Mannish Boy
1955; peaked at #5 on the Billboard pop chart; included in Rolling Stone magazine's "500 Greatest Songs of All Time"
I Feel Like Going Home
   was released by   
Muddy Waters
1948 - inducted in 2010
Muddy Waters
   performed the blues song   
Rollin' Stone (1948)
Included in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame 500 Songs that shaped Rock and Roll
Muddy Waters
   performed the blues song   
Mannish Boy (1955)
Included in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame 500 Songs that shaped Rock and Roll
Muddy Waters
   performed the blues song   
Got My Mojo Working (1957)
Included in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame 500 Songs that shaped Rock and Roll
Muddy Waters
   performed the blues song   
Hoochie Coochie Man (1954)
Chicago-style electric blues classic; included in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame 500 Songs that shaped Rock and Roll






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