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Howlin' Wolf - The Complete RPM & Chess Singles As & Bs - 1951-1962 (2014)

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Howlin' Wolf - The Complete RPM & Chess Singles As & Bs - 1951-1962 (2014)

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CD 1
1. Riding In The Moonlight
2. Morning At Midnight
3. Passing By Blues
4. Crying At Daybreak
5. Moanin ‘At Midnight
6. How Many More Years
7. My Baby Stole Off
8. I Want Your Picture
9. Wolf Is At Your Door
10. Howlin ‘Wolf Boogie
11. Getting Old And Grey
12. Mr Highway Man
13. Saddle My Pony
14. Worried All The Time
15. Oh, Red
16. My Last Affair
17. All Night Boogie
18. I Love My Baby
19. No Place To Go
20. Rockin ‘Daddy
21. Baby How Long
22. Evil Is Going On
23. I’ll Be Around
24. Forty-Four
25. Who Will Be Next
26. I Have A Little Girl

CD 2
1. Come To Me Baby
2. Do not Mess With My Baby
3. Smokestack Lightning
4. You Can not Be Beat
5. I Asked For Water
6. So Glad
7. Goin ‘Back Home
8. My Life
9. Somebody In My Home
10. Nature
11. Poor Boy
12. Sittin ‘On Top Of The World
13. I Did not Know
14. Moaning For My Baby
15. I’m Leaving You
16. Change My Way
17. Howlin ‘Blues
18. I Better Go Now
19. I’ve Been Abused
20. Mister Airplane Man
21. You Gonna Wreck My Life
22. The Natchez Burning
23. Who’s Been Talking
24. Tell Me
25. Spoonful
26. Howlin ‘For My Baby
27. Wang Dang Doodle

CD 3
1. Back Door Man
2. Little Baby
3. Down In The Bottom
4. Shake For Me
5. The Red Rooster
6. You’ll Be Mine
7. Goin ‘Down Slow
8. Just Like I Treat You
9. I Is not Superstious
10. Mama’s Baby
11. Do The Do
+
12. Keep What You Got
13. California Blues
14. California Boogie
15. My Troubles And Me
16. Worried About My Baby
17. Brown Skin Woman
18. House Rockin ‘Boogie
19. Driving This Highway
20. The Sun Is Rising
21. Stealing My Clothes
22. I’m The Wolf
23. Highway My Friend
24. Hold Your Money
25. Stay Here Till My Baby Comes Back
26. Crazy About You Baby
27. Streamline Woman

Jerome Arnold 	Bass
Fred Below 	Drums
Junior Blackman 	Drums
J.T. Brown 	Sax (Tenor)
Lee Cooper 	Guitar
Willie Dixon 	Bass, Composer, Drums
Adolph Duncan 	Sax (Tenor)
Alfred Elkins 	Bass
Henry Gray 	Piano
Howlin' Wolf 	Guitar, Harmonica, Piano, Primary Artist, Sax (Tenor), Vocals
L.C. Hubert 	Piano
Willie Johnson 	Bass, Drums, Guitar
Johnny Jones 	Piano
Hosea Lee Kennard 	Piano
Sam Lay 	Drums
S.P. Leary 	Drums
Abb Locke 	Sax (Tenor)
L.D. McGhee 	Guitar
Calvin Newborn 	Guitar
Earl Phillips 	Drums
Freddy Robinson 	Guitar
Jimmy Rogers 	Guitar
Walter Smith 	Trombone
Abraham Smothers 	Guitar
Otis Smokey Smothers 	Guitar
Otis Spann 	Piano
Willie Steel 	Drums
Hubert Sumlin 	Guitar
Charles Taylor 	Sax (Tenor)
Ike Turner 	Piano
Albert Williams 	Piano
Jody Williams 	Guitar 

 

With his larger-than-life persona, roaring vocals, and the raw, skittering guitar lines of Hubert Sumlin behind him, Howlin’ Wolf turned out dozens of stellar Chicago blues singles for RPM and Chess Records between 1951 and 1962, including “Smokestack Lightnin’,” "Spoonful," "Red Rooster," and the magnificent “Killing Floor,” among many others. All of these, along with his other classic and essential singles (both A- and B-sides) from the first decade of his career, are collected here in this expansive, three-disc, 80-track set, which also includes several sides recorded at sessions during this period but never released. ---Steve Leggett, AllMusic Review

 

Chester Burnett, better known as Howlin' Wolf, was one of the most important and influential figures in Chicago Blues through the 1950s, and along with Muddy Waters helped to establish the electric blues style that laid the foundations for rock music in subsequent decades. With his imposing physical presence and loud, almost fearsome voice, he was a powerful and impressive performer, who wrote and popularised songs which have become classic standards of the genre, like ""Spoonful"", ""Smokestack Lightning"", ""Killing Floor"" and ""Red Rooster"", which became fixtures in the repertoire of bands like The Rolling Stones, who very much championed his cause and widened his reputation in the latter years of his career. This collection brings together both sides of all the singles he released through the RPM and Chess labels during the first hugely important decade of his career, along with bonus tracks comprising recordings made at sessions during this period which were not released as singles at the time. It's a great-value 80-track 3-CD set, which showcases one of the major personalities of the blues. ---Editorial Reviews, amazon.com

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