In 1955 blues legend Muddy Waters recorded the first version of his blues standard Mannish Boy in Chicago. The recording featured Junior Wells on harmonica, in one of his few studio recordings. The song is an answer song to Bo Diddley's I'm The Man, which was also recorded in 1955. I'm The Man was inspired by Hoochie Coochie Man, which was recorded by Waters in 1954. All three of these songs appear on Rolling Stone's list of The 500 Greatest Songs Of All-time.
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