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HOWLIN' WOLF - Blues Greats

HOWLIN' WOLF - Blues Greats

2011 compilation that celebrates Blues music and the artists who have made a huge impact on the genre. Without the Blues there would be no Rock 'n' Roll, no Rock music nor almost every kind of popular music that's listened to today. The Blues continues to influence contemporary music and has inspires musicians of all generations to embrace its emotion. Howlin' Wolf, born Chester Burnett, put three records on the Billboard R&B chart in the '50s, including 'Smokestack Lightning'. He was influential to many white aspiring Blues musicians including the Rolling Stones, who took a cover of his 'Little Red Rooster' to the top of the UK charts. Howlin' Wolf died in 1976, having left his larger than life mark on the blues for all that followed him.
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    01My People's Gone (1994 Chess Collectibles Version)
    02Back Door Man (Single Version)
    03Down In The Bottom (Single Version)
    04Moving (Album Version)
    05I Ain't Gonna Be Your Dog No More (Acoustic)
    06Commit A Crime (1991 Chess Box Version)
    07Evil (Is Going On) (Single Version)
    08You'll Be Mine (Single Version)
    09I Ain't Superstitious (1961 Single Version)
    10Joy To My Soul (1994 Chess Collectibles Version)
    11Smokestack Lightnin' (Single Version)
    13Moanin' At Midnight (Single Version)
    14Oh! Red (Single Version)
    15You Gonna Wreck My Life (Alternate Take)
    16Spoonful (Single Version)
    17Come To Me Baby (Single Version)
    18I Want To Have A Word With You (1974 London Revised Version)
    19The Red Rooster (1961 Single Version)
    20Moanin' For My Baby (Single Version)
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