Muddy WatersAfter The Rain

Label:Cadet Concept – GET-54042, Get On Down – GET-54042, Universal Music Special Markets – GET-54042, Newbury Comics – GET-54042
Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition, Reissue, Clear Vinyl
Style:Chicago Blues


A1I Am The Blues
A2Ramblin Mind
A3Rollin And Tumblin'
A4Bottom Of The Sea
B1Honey Bee
B2Blues And Trouble
B3Hurtin Soul
B4Screamin And Cryin'

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Note on cover says: Recorded in "Concept 12" Stereo. Limited Edition of 500 on Clear Vinyl exclusive to Newbury Comics.
The cover is the same as the Universal Special Marketing release from 2011, but this Newsbury Comics release in clear vinyl is from 2015

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 664425404210
  • Matrix / Runout (ETCHED SIDE A): B 001 5983-01-A WGNLP
  • Matrix / Runout (ETCHED SIDE B): B 001 5983-01-B WGNLP

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
After The Rain (LP, Album, Stereo)Cadet ConceptLPS-320US1969
New Submission
After The Rain (LP, Album)Chess275 022Germany1969
New Submission
After The Rain (LP, Album)ChessCRLS 4553UK1969
New Submission
After The Rain (LP, Album)Cadet ConceptLPS 320Canada1969
New Submission
After The Rain (LP, Album)Cadet ConceptLPS-320US1969


  • SunnyRa's avatar
    This album sounds unbelievable , it’s so heavy and funky and bad ass. On some tracks his voice sounds like it’s coming from a cave inside a creek inside of a swamp.
    • Thelonious_Skunk's avatar
      An excellent reissue and phenomenal pressing! Like the other reviewer said, my copy came with no hype or any other kind of sticker, but it is indeed clear vinyl and looks awesome. The sound on this thing is killer and the dynamics are great; huge booming bass and great highs for the screaming guitars.

      Muddy wanted to do this album and picked every song himself and plays guitar on quite a few of them—showcasing his immense talent with the slide on his trusty red telecaster. “Rollin’ and Tumblin’” is a damn barn burner and just grooves so heavy. This album may not have been a hit when released, but it sounds unbelievable—not quite as psychedelic as Electric Mud, but not as tame as his more traditional blues around this time—a wholly unique, heavier sound in Muddy’s career that straddles the line so perfectly and resulted in one of his most underrated releases. Get one while you can!
      • Garret42's avatar
        I found this today at my local Wal-mart, apparently they dumped a bunch of jazz and blues LPs in their vinyl section with no tags, it and another LP I bought weren't even in the store's computer inventory. The manager ended up selling it to me as "site merchandise" for $23, I had no idea it would be this clear vinyl edition, there was no hype sticker at all like in the pics for this release (no doubt because Wal-mart ain't Newbury Comics). It sounds fantastic! Quiet vinyl and nice expansive soundstage with Muddy's guitar and voice perfectly captured. The clear color is a nice little bonus too. I don't know if this is leftover from the Newbury release (only 500 apparently?) or if this is a repress of that release but the runout is exactly the same. Wonderfully pleased either way.



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