Howlin’ Wolf – Big And Bad

This day (June 10, 1910), in White Station, Mississippi, died Chester Arthur Burnett a.k.a Howlin’ Wolf, an American blues singer, guitarist and harmonica player.

DIGEST

Digest Tracklist :

Evil . Highway 49 (1970) . How Many More Years (1966) . Meet Me In The Bottom . Smokestack Lightning . I´ll be back someday (1964) . Shake It For Me .

TOP 10

Howlin’ Wolf Top 10 :

Smokestack Lightnin’ . Spoonful . The Red Rooster . Moanin’ At Midnight . Back Door Man . How Many More Years . Wang Dang Doodle . Killing Floor . Evil . I Ain’t Superstitious .

SELECTED ALBUMS

The London Howlin’ Wolf Sessions is an album recorded with Eric Clapton, Steve Winwood, Charlie Watts and Bill Wyman on May 2–7, 1970. >>

MORE VIDEOS

[1965] you do not want to miss Howlin’ Wolf next to the Rolling Stones on Shindig on ABC >> 5 MINUTES >>

[2014] Joe Bonamassa performs a tribute to both Muddy Waters and Howlin’ Wolf with Kirk Fletcher (g), Reese Wynans (kb), Michael Rhodes (b), Anton Fig (d), Mark Henderson (harmo), Lee Thornburg (tp), Nick Lane (tb) & Ron Dziubla (s) at Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrisson CO >> 71 MINUTES on RVM >>

[2014] Joe Bonamassa performs a tribute to both Muddy Waters and Howlin’ Wolf with Kirk Fletcher (g), Reese Wynans (kb), Michael Rhodes (b), Anton Fig (d), Mark Henderson (harmo), Lee Thornburg (tp), Nick Lane (tb) & Ron Dziubla (s) at the Vilar Performing Arts Center in Beaver Creek, CO >> 113 MINUTES on RVM

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Wikipedia : This day (June 10, 1910), in White Station, Mississippi, died Chester Arthur Burnett a.k.a Howlin’ Wolf, an American blues singer, guitarist and harmonica player.

Official Site : His stage presence was absolutely feral, exaggerated by his physical size—he stood 6′ 3 tall, weighed 275 lbs late in life, and wore size 16 shoes.

@allmusic : As the ’70s moved on, the end of the trail started coming closer. By now Wolf was a very sick man; he had survived numerous heart attacks and was suffering kidney damage from an automobile accident that sent him flying through the car’s windshield.

@last.fm : Sam Phillips once remarked, “When I heard Howlin’ Wolf, I said, ‘This is for me. This is where the soul of man never dies.’” In 2004, Rolling Stone magazine ranked him #51 on their list of the “100 Greatest Artists of All Time”.

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