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« on: November 10, 2018, 08:04:33 AM »

I hadn't heard about this before today, but apparently it was already announced in August.

Rolling Stones Curate ‘Confessin’ the Blues’ Compilation

Set will feature songs from Chuck Berry, John Lee Hooker, Howlin’ Wolf, Muddy Waters

The Rolling Stones have curated a new compilation, Confessin’ the Blues, that will feature songs from blues legends like Howlin’ Wolf, Chuck Berry and Muddy Waters. The set arrives November 9th via BMG and Universal.

Disc One
1. Muddy Waters – “Rollin’ Stone”
2 Howlin’ Wolf – “Little Red Rooster”
3. John Lee Hooker – “Boogie Chillen”
4. Little Walter – “Hate To See You Go”
5. Chuck Berry – “Little Queenie”
6. Bo Diddley – “You Can’t Judge A Book By It’s Cover”
7. Eddie Taylor – “Ride ‘Em On Down”
8. Slim Harpo – “I’m A King Bee”
9. Magic Sam – “All Your Love”
10. Elmore James – “Dust My Broom”
11. Little Walter – “Just Your Fool”
12. Muddy Waters – “I Want To Be Loved”
13. Big Bill Broonzy – “Key To The Highway”
14. Robert Johnson – “Love In Vain Blues”
15. Mississippi Fred McDowell – “You Gotta Move”
16. Jimmy Reed – “Bright Lights, Big City”
17. Big Maceo – “Worried Life Blues”
18. Little Johnny Taylor – “Everybody Knows About My Good Thing (Part 1)”
19. Howlin’ Wolf – “Commit A Crime”
20. Otis Rush – “I Can’t Quit You Baby”
21. Jay McShann and Walter Brown – “Confessin’ The Blues”

Disc Two
1. Howlin’ Wolf – “Just Like I Treat You”
2. Little Walter – “I Got To Go”
3. Chuck Berry – “Carol”
4. Bo Diddley – “Mona”
5. Muddy Waters – “I Just Want To Make Love To You”
6. Elmore James – “Blues Before Sunrise”
7. Eddie Taylor – “Bad Boy”
8. Boy Blue – “Boogie Children”
9. Jimmy Reed – “Little Rain”
10. Robert Johnson – “Stop Breakin’ Down Blues”
11. Reverend Robert – “Wilkins The Prodigal Son”
12. Lightnin’ Slim – “Hoodoo Blues”
13. Billy Boy Arnold – “Don’t Stay Out All Night”
14. Bo Diddley – “Craw Dad”
15. Dale Hawkins – “Suzie Q”
16. Amos Milburn – “Down The Road Apiece”
17. Howlin’ Wolf – “Little Baby”
18. Little Walter – “Blue And Lonesome”
19. B.B. King – “Rock Me Baby”
20. Buddy Guy – “Damn Right I’ve Got The Blues”
21. Muddy Waters – “Mannish Boy”

Of course you can always come up with another tracklist and discuss certain picks (Chuck Berry & Dale Hawkins?) but I think this looks like a pretty good compilation.
The picture you see on that link comes from this appearance:

John Lee Hooker, Rolling Stones and Eric Clapton – Boogie Chillen (Live)
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