"Messin' with the Kid" is a rhythm and blues-style blues song originally recorded by Junior Wells in 1960. It is credited to Chief Records owner/songwriter/producer Mel London. Considered a blues standard, it "remains Junior Well's best-known song". "Messin' with the Kid" has been recorded by a variety of blues and other artists.
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... Messin' with the Kid" has been recorded by various artists, including Rory Gallagher from Live in Europe (1972), Todd Rundgren (with Woody's Truck Stop) from Something/Anything (1972), Johnny Winter from ... Several artists have recorded songs based on "Messin' with the Kid", including Earl Hooker, who recorded an instrumental titled "Rockin' with the Kid" (1961 Chief ... Also in 1961, Muddy Waters recorded an answer song, "Messin' with the Man" (Chess 1796) ...
Famous quotes containing the word kid:
“Its not enough to be great, Charley. I tried to tell you in Philly. I tried to tell you in L.A. Were infested with rats! [to Peg, Charleys fiancee] Hes not just a kid who can fight, hes money! And people want money so bad they make it stink!”
—Abraham Polonsky (b. 1910)