Muddy Waters (born McKinley Morganfield) was a celebrated American musician, blues singer, and songwriter. He started playing harmonica and guitar at the age of seventeen, imitating the local blues artists Robert Johnson and Son House. In 1941, Waters was recorded by Alan Lomax in Mississippi for the ‘Library of Congress.’ He became a full-time musician in 1943, after he moved to Chicago. Waters recorded his first records for ‘Columbia Records,’ followed by ‘Aristocrat Records’ in 1946. Here is a corpus of quotes and thoughts by Muddy Waters on time, life, memory, music, old, voice, church, money, and age.