Franklin

The chess box. [sound recording].

Author/Creator:
Howlin' Wolf, 1910-1976
Other Title:
Howlin' Wolf.
Publication:
Universal City, CA : Chess/MCA, p1991.
Format/Description:
Sound recording
3 sound discs : digital, stereo., mono. ; 4 3/4 in. 1 booklet (28 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.).
Subjects:
Blues (Music).
Contents:
D. 1. 1951 to 1955: Moanin' at midnight. How many more years. Howlin' Wolf boogie. The Wolf is at your door. Mr. Highway Man. Howlin' Wolf talks #1. Bluebird. Saddle my pony. (Well) That's all right. My last affair. Just my kind. Work for your money. Mam died and left me. All night boogie (All night long). Streamline woman. Crazy about you baby. You gonna wreck my life (No place to go) : alt. take. Neighbors. Howlin' Wolf talks #2. I'm the Wolf. Rockin' daddy. Baby how long. Evil. I'll be around. Forty four. Who will be next.
D. 2. 1955 to 1962: Don't mess with my baby. Smokestack lightnin'. You can't be beat. Howlin' Wolf talks #3. I asked for water. The Natchez burnin'. Who's been talking. Tell me. Sittin' on top of the world. I didn't know. Moaning for my baby. Change my way. I better go now. Howlin' for my darling. I've been abused. Mr. Airplane Man : alt. take. Wang dang doodle. Back door man. Howlin' Wolf talks #4. Spoonful. Down in the bottom. Shake for me. The red rooster. You'll be mine. Just like I treat you. I ain't superstitious. Goin' down slow. Tail dragger.
D. 3. 1963 to 1973: Hidden charms. Three hundred pounds of joy. Built for comfort. Love me darlin'. Killing floor. My country sugar mama. Louise. I walked from Dallas. Tell me what I've done. Don't laugh at me. Ooh baby (hold me). New crawlin' king snake. My mind is ramblin'. Commit a crime. Dust my broom. I'm the Wolf : acoustic solo. Ain't goin' down that dirt road : acoustic solo. Mary Sue. Hard luck. The red rooster : London sessions w/false start and dialog. Moving.
Participant:
Howlin' Wolf, vocals, harmonica, and guitar, with assisting instrumentalists.
Notes:
"Howlin' Wolf"--Container.
Compact discs.
Analog recording.
Program notes by Chris Morris and Dick Shurman, bibliography, discography, and complete recording data (32 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.) in booklet bound separately.
Recorded 1951-1973, principally in Chicago.
OCLC:
25313232
Publisher Number:
CHD3-9332 Chess
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