The Ann Cole and The Suburbans song "Got My Mojo Workin" covered by

"Got My Mojo Working" is a 1956 song written by Preston Foster and first released by Ann Cole with The Suburbans and Orchestra, but popularized by Muddy Waters in 1957, who had recorded first in 1956. Waters' rendition of the song was featured on the Rolling Stone magazine's list of 500 Greatest Songs of All Time at #359 and was inducted in the Grammy Hall of Fame in 2000. It was also included in the list of Songs of the Century, by the Recording Industry of America and the National Endowment for the Arts. -- Wikipedia

The Ann Cole and The Suburbans song Got My Mojo Working was covered by ...

All cover versions with details

  • Louis Jordan covered the song on his 1957 album "Man, We’re Wailin’".
  • Alexis Korner's Blues Incorporated covered it on his 1962 album "R&B from the Marquee".
  • Mack Allen Smith and The Flames covered it on their 1962 single "I Got My Mojo Working".
  • The Nightcaps covered it on their 1962 album "Wine, Wine, Wine".
  • Roy Head and the Traits covered it as B-side to their 1962 single "Woe Woe".
  • Conway Twitty covered it on his 1963 single "Got My Mojo Working".
  • Billy Adams covered it as B-side to his 1964 single "Betty And Dupree".
  • Cliff Bennett and The Rebel Rousers covered it on their 1964 single "Got My Mojo Working".
  • Manfred Mann covered it on his 1964 album "The Five Faces of Manfred Mann".
  • The Mojos covered it on their 1964 EP "Everything's Al'right".
  • Ronnie Hawkins & The Hawks covered it on their 1964 single "Got My Mojo Working".
  • Alex Harvey and His Soul Band covered it on their 1964 eponymous album.
  • The Zombies covered it on their 1965 album "Begin Here".
  • Tages covered it as B-side to their 1965 single "The One For You".
  • Linda Gayle covered it as B-side to her 1965 single "Maggie's Farm".
  • Sam The Sham and The Pharaohs covered it on their 1965 album "".
  • The Liverbirds covered it on their 1965 album "Star-Club Show 4".
  • The Graham Bond Organization covered it on their 1965 album "The Sound of 65".
  • Jimmy Smith covered it on his 1965 album "Got My Mojo Working".
  • The Paul Butterfield Blues Band covered it on their 1965 eponymous album.
  • The Bootjacks covered it as B-side to their 1965 single "Route 66".
  • The Shadows of Knight covered it on their 1966 album "Gloria".
  • Sandy Nelson covered it on her 1966 album "Superdrums!"
  • Art Blakey covered it on his 1966 album "Hold On, I'm Coming".
  • The Tommyguns covered it on the 1966 compilation "DM - Danmarksmestrene i popmusik 1966".
  • La De Da's covered it on their 1966 eponymous album.
  • Oxford Circle covered it on their 1997 album "Live at the Avalon 1966".
  • Carla Thomas covered it on the 1967 compilaton "The Stax / Volt Revue Vol.2 Live In Paris".
  • Powers of Blue covered it on their 1967 album "Flipout".
  • The Electric Prunes covered it on their 1997 album "Stockholm '67".
  • The Golden Cups covered it on their 1968 eponymous album.
  • Peps Persson & Blues Quality covered it on their 1968 single "Got My Mojo Working".
  • George Smith covered it on his 1969 album "...Of the Blues".
  • Sam Lay's Bluesband covered it on their 1969 album "Sam Lay in Bluesland".
  • Rotary Connection covered it on their 1969 album "Songs".
  • Elvis Presley covered it on his 1971 album "Love Letters From Elvis".
  • J.J. Cale covered it as "Mo Jo" on his 1972 album "Really".
  • Canned Heat covered it on their 1973 single "Got My Mojo Working".
  • Frank Frost covered it on his 1973 eponymous album.
  • Lucille Spann covered it on her 1974 album "Cry Before I Go".
  • Melanie Safka covered it on her 1975 album "Sunset and Other Beginnings".
  • John Hammond covered it on his 1976 album "Solo".
  • The James Cotton Band covered it as "Mojo" on their 1976 album "Live and on the Move".
  • B.B. King covered it on his 1977 album "King Size".
  • Buddy Guy covered it on his 1977 album "Live In Montreux".
  • The Stampeders covered it on their 1979 album "Ballsy".
  • Dr. Feelgood covered it on his 1984 album "Doctor's Orders".
  • Byther Smith covered it on his 1984 album "Big Shot Smitty".
  • Phil Guy/Mojo Buford covered it on their 1984 album "Tribute to Muddy Waters".
  • Otis Rush covered it on the 1993 album "Live In Japan 1986".
  • Pinetop Perkins with Little Mike and The Tornadoes covered it on their 1988 album "After Hours".
  • Ike and Tina Turner covered it on their 1988 compilation "Ike & Tina Turner's Greatest Hits Volume One".
  • Jørn Hoel covered it on his 1989 album "Love Will Make You Do Things That You Know Is Wrong".
  • The Mark Leeman Five covered it on their 1991 album "Memorial Album".
  • The Radiators covered it on their 1992 album "Snafu 10.31.91".
  • Pinetop Perkins with Chicago Beau and The Blue Ice Band covered it on their 1992 album "Pinetop Perkins With Chicago Beau and The Blue Ice Band (Vinir Dóra)".
  • Bennie Smith covered it on his 1993 album "The Urban Soul of Bennie Smith".
  • Big Joe Maher - Jeff Sarli and Their New Band Big Blues covered it on their 1994 album "Mojo".
  • Eric Clapton covered it on his 1995 album "Welcome Back 1995".
  • Pinetop Perkins covered it on his 1995 album "Live Top".
  • Mietek Blues Band covered it on their 1996 album "Tribute to the Blues".
  • Peps Persson covered it in Swedish as "Min trollmoj funkar" on his 1997 album "Rotblos".
  • The Groundhogs covered it on their 1999 album "Muddy Waters Songbook".
  • Rory Gallagher covered it live on BBC. His version was released posthumously on the 1999 album "BBC Sessions".
  • The Sugar Creek Trio covered it on their 2000 album "Jumpin'".
  • Bugs Henderson and The Shuffle Kings covered it on their 2000 album "Call of the Wild - Live at the Meisenfrei".
  • Orion covered it as part of a medley on their 2000 album "The Final Performance - A Tribute to Elvis".
  • Magic Sam covered it on his 2002 album "Rockin' Wild in Chicago".
  • The Defenders covered it on their 2002 album "Defenders - Dansk pigtråd vol.1".
  • Asylum Street Spankers covered it on their 2004 album "Mercurial".
  • Etta James covered it on her 2004 album "Blues to the Bone".
  • Elliott Murphy with Olivier Durand covered it on their 2005 album "Murphy Gets Muddy".
  • The Patron Saints covered it on their 2008 album "Before Bohob Vol.1 - Birth of a Basement Band".
  • Kitty, Daisy & Lewis covered it on their 2009 eponymous album.
  • Willie Buck covered it on his 2010 album "The Life I Love".
  • Johnny Winter covered it on his 2011 album "Roots".
  • Cas Haley covered it on his 2013 album "La Si Dah".
  • Widespread Panic covered it on their 2013 digital release "Got My Mojo Working".

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