Howlin' Wolf

Howlin' Wolf was a seminal figure in the development of the Chicago blues style. His fierce, growling voice, punctuated by his trademark falsetto 'howl,' carried with it the primitive energy of the country blues he learned as a young man on the Delta. He successfully made the transition between the country style and the urban style, and in doing so, he was one of a handful of artists who shaped and defined the emerging urban blues sound. Literally hundreds of artists (his contemporaries included) have claimed him as an influence, and equal numbers have recorded their own versions of his songs.

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Albums

Rockin' The Blues: Live in Germany 1964
Rockin' The Blues:...
Acrobat Music
2009
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No Place To Go
Heresee
1990
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The Red Rooster -...
Heresee
0
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