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8 thoughts on “ Howlin Wolf Rockin The Blues

  1. Howlin' Wolf - Vocal Guitar, Harmonica Sunnyland Slim - Piano Hubert Sumlin - Guitar Willie Dixon - Bass & Speech Clifton James - Drums4/4(1).
  2. Nov 21,  · Recorded during his tour of Germany shortly after The Rolling Stones had topped the Euro charts with their version of his Little Red Rooster, this cd includes Wolf's takes on Skip James' Dust My Broom, Wolf's own Rockin' The Blues & Goin' Down Slow. Rockin' the Blues is part of Acrobat Music's Premier Collection, first launched in the U.S. in October, /5(3).
  3. 46 rows · Nov 04,  · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Howlin' Wolf - /5().
  4. Nov 21,  · Even the instrumental "Rockin' the Blues" is stuffed with solid combo playing and swinging solos. This is a must have for any Howlin' Wolf fan, and a terrific complement to a studio hits package like His Best or The Definitive Collection/5(3).
  5. That puts it about seven years nearer to Wolf's prime than Chess's official live album (At Alice's Revisited) and makes this release an indispensable part of any serious blues or classic rock collection. Wolf and his band -- Hubert Sumlin, guitar, Sunnyland Slim, piano, and Clifton James, drums (no credit for the bass player, but he's there) -- open by easing into a loose-limbed instrumental jam.6/
  6. We also get Wolf's "Howlin' For My Darlin'" and the classic "Forty-Four" (or "Forty-Four Blues"), and the latter, a muscular, seven-minute swagger, is perhaps the best song on the entire disc, the perfect blues song if there is such a thing. A magnificent vocal by Wolf, and the band follows him perfectly.5/5(2).

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