Muddy Waters – 1969 Chess Records 10″ Acetate ‘Going Home/I Feel So Good’ / Non-Album 45, from Producer’s collection

A rare 1969 Chess/Checker 10″ acetate of Muddy Waters’ non-album single ‘Going Home/I Feel So Good,’ from the collection of it’s producer, Norman Dayron.

The Checker (Mfg. By Chess Producing Corp) labels date this to November 20, 1969.  ‘Going Home’ was recorded in Chicago with backing from Pinetop Perkins, Sammy Lawhorn, Pee Wee Madison, Calvin Jones, Willie Smith, and Paul Oster.  ‘I Feel So Good,’ is a Big Bill Broonzy cover Muddy had previously recorded on his Sings Big Bill and At Newport albums.  The version here is an outtake from his 1969 Fathers and Sons album, and features backing from Paul Butterfield, Otis Spann, Mike Bloomfield, Donald “Duck” Dunn, and Sam Lay.  This version was finally released as part of a 2001 expanded cd.

The accompanying letter of authenticity notes this disc was ‘from the estate of record producer Norman Dayron.  Mr. Dayron produced many blues records and was a customer at my record store, Red Devil Records in San Rafael, CA.  After his passing I purchased his record collection from his family, which included this acetate.’

In EX+ condition.

The first Chess Muddy Waters acetate we’ve seen. With our written lifetime guarantee of authenticity, as well as that of the owner of Red Devil Records.


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