10.When the Sun Goes Down - Leroy Carr / Scrapper Blackwell
11.I'm a King Bee - Slim Harpo
12.Mannish Boy - Muddy Waters
13.Three O'Clock in the Morning - B.B. King
14.Who Do You Love? - Bo Diddley
15.(I'm Your) Hoochie Coochie Man - Muddy Waters
16.Stop Breakin' Down Blues - Robert Johnson
17.Get Your Yas Yas Out - Blind Boy Fuller
18.Catfish Blues - Robert Petway
19.Evil (Is Going On) - Howlin' Wolf
20.That's No Way to Get Along - Robert Wilkins
21.Love in Vain - Robert Johnson
22.I Want to Be Loved - Muddy Waters
Liner Note Author: Michael Hendon.
As one of the first (and most popular) British rock bands of the 1960s to adapt the sounds of classic American blues, the Rolling Stones introduced a whole generation of rock-&-roll fans (including many Americans) to some serious U.S. musical history. This collection features great Chicago blues artists like Muddy Waters and Howlin' Wolf, who were primary influences on the Stones, as well as original versions of vintage blues tunes that were later reworked by the band, such as Robert Johnson's "Love in Vain" and Slim Harpo's "I'm A King Bee."