"Rollin' Stone" is a blues song recorded by Muddy Waters in It is his interpretation of "Catfish Blues", a Delta blues that dates back to s. 4, Rollin' Stone. 5, Louisiana Blues. 6, They Call Me Muddy Waters. 7, Long Distance Call. 8, Honey Bee. 9, Baby Please Don't Go. If you're looking for connections then right out of the gate, the band took their name from a Muddy Waters song 'Rollin' Stone' when Brian. Muddy Waters was a pioneer of the blues, an artist who would famously inspire The Rolling Stones to take his song title for the name of. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Shellac release of "Rollin' Stone / Walking Blues" on Discogs. Rollin' Stone. Muddy Waters, Rolling Stones. Well, I wish I was a catfish, swimmin in a oh, deep, blue. “Rollin' Stone” has been identified (along with “Walkin' Blues”, the single's B-side) as one of the first songs that Muddy Waters learned to play and an. A copy of The Best Of Muddy Waters was lying on the floor, flipped over to reveal the track list. They spotted "Rollin' Stone," and went with it: The. Rollin' Stone / Walking Blues, a Single by Muddy Waters. Released in June on Chess (catalog no. ; Shellac 10"). Genres: Electric Blues, Chicago. Muddy Waters. Rollin' Stone Walkin' Blues, the B-side, is a standard bar blues song that kicks off with 4 high-pitched staccato strums of the guitar.