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Muddy Waters: Can't Be Satisfied 

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good for an introduction to the man and his music.
18 January 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

-I would have liked more information on the following things. a. Muddy's methods of songwriting i.e. written or unwritten-improvisation? b. Did Muddy ever get any type of training on the guitar? c. Did Muddy's innovation of big blues sound catch on right away?

-I am a man who studies feminist theory and am very appreciative of some of feminist history. I don't make it a habit of pointing out what films are sexist, and I definitely would not say that this particular film was. However, while watching "Muddy Waters: can't be satisfied" I heard someone mention a term that struck me as peculiar.

"He was a 'womanizer'," they said. For this to be true, one should evaluate the meaning of the word, why it is used, and how it is used. "Sterilize" references a process of becoming sterile. Does the term "womanize" refer to a process of becoming a woman?

-The music is terrific.

-Keith Richards must have always been under the influence.

-The outtakes are actually somewhat worthwhile.


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