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Rare Wolf 1948-1963 (Uk)
Artist: Howlin Wolf
Format: CD

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Label: RETROWORLD
Rel. Date: 02/05/2021
UPC: 805772640825

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DISC: 1

1. Bluebird #1
2. Dorothy Mae #1
3. Sweet Woman
4. Saddle My Pony
5. Worried All The Time
6. Mama Died And Left Me
7. I'm Not Joking
8. Highway My Friend
9. Hold Your Money
10. Streamline Woman
11. California Blues
12. Stay Here Till My Baby Comes Back
13. Crazy About You Baby
14. C. V. Wine Blues
15. Look A Here Baby
16. Decoration Day
17. Well That's All Right
18. My Baby Walked Off
19. Smile At Me
20. Bluebird #2
21. Everybody's In The Mood
22. Chocolate Drop
23. Come Back Home
24. Dorothy Mae #2
25. Highway Man #1
26. Oh Red
27. My Last Affair
28. Howlin' Wolf Boogie
29. Howlin' For My Baby (Wolf Is At Your Door)
30. Highway Man #2
31. Getting Old And Grey
32. Come To Me Baby
33. Don't Mess With Me Baby
34. So Glad
35. My Life
36. Going Back Home
37. I Didn't Know #1
38. Bluebird #3
39. You Ought To Know
40. Nature
41. Walk To Camp Hall
42. My Baby Told Me
43. Somebody In My Home
44. Midnight Blues #1
45. Midnight Blues #2
46. I Didn't Know #2
47. I Better Go Now (Take 3)
48. I Better Go Now (Take ?)
49. Can't Put Me Out
50. Getting Late
51. Howlin' Blues
52. I've Been Abused
53. My People's Gone
54. Long Green Stuff
55. Joy To My Soul

More Info:

Howlin' Wolf (born Chester Arthur Burnett) was a Chicago blues singer, guitarist, and harmonica player. Originally from Mississippi, he moved to Chicago and became successful, forming a rivalry with fellow bluesman Muddy Waters. With a booming voice and imposing physical presence, he is one of the best-known Chicago blues artists. Several of his songs, including "Smokestack Lightnin'", "Killing Floor" and "Spoonful", have become blues and blues rock standards. In 2011, Rolling Stone magazine ranked him number 54 on it's list of the "100 Greatest Artists of All Time". Born in June 1910, he died in January 1976.