Howlin' Wolf - Howlin' At The Sun mp3 album
Title: Howlin' At The Sun
Style: Chicago Blues
Date of release: 1996
Size MP3: 1268 mb
Size FLAC: 1452 mb
Format: MP1 AU MIDI FLAC AC3 MPC MP3
Howlin' Wolf is the second studio album from Chicago blues monicist Howlin' Wolf. It is a collection of twelve singles previously released by the Chess label from 1960 through 1962. Because of the illustration on its sleeve (by Don S. Bronstein), the album is often called The Rockin' Chair Album, a nickname even added to the cover on some reissue pressings of the LP.
Chester Arthur Burnett (June 10, 1910 – January 10, 1976), known as Howlin' Wolf, was a Chicago blues singer, guitarist, and harmonica player, originally from Mississippi. With a booming voice and imposing physical presence, he is one of the best-known Chicago blues artists. The musician and critic Cub Koda noted, "no one could match Howlin' Wolf for the singular ability to rock the house down to the foundation while simultaneously scaring its patrons out of its wits.
Title on Cover: This Is Howlin' Wolf's New Album. He Doesn't Like It. He Didn't Like His Electric Guitar At First Either. When I was a teenager and more of a "blues purist" I hated this album. Then one day many years later I heard it again not knowing who it was at first, and realized it was actually quite good. The versions of "Smokestack Lightning" and "Moanin At Midnight" are hypnotic. Soundgarden later used this Pete Cosey arrangement of "Smokestack Lightning" on their 1st LP, though they didn't do it justice. Reply Notify me Helpful.
The Howlin' Wolf Album is a 1969 album by Howlin' Wolf which mixed blues with psychedelic rock arrangements on several of Howlin' Wolf's classic songs. Howlin' Wolf strongly disliked the album, and Chess Records referenced this fact on the album's cover. The album peaked at on the Billboard Black Albums chart. The Howlin' Wolf Album is a 1969 album by Howlin' Wolf which mixed blues with psychedelic rock arrangements on several of Howlin' Wolf's classic songs.
Howlin' Wolf (Chester Burnett):Vocals & Harmonica. Willie Johnson:Guitar. Hubert or Bill Johnson:Piano. Recorded at the Memphis Recording Service, 706 Union Av. Memphis, TN. Thursday, April 17, 1952. Originally issued on the 1977 album "Howlin' Wolf:The Legendary Sun Performers" (Charly CR 30134) (LP) (. This recording taken from the 1988 album "Howlin' Wolf:Cadillac Daddy-Memphis Recordings 1952" (Rounder SS-28) (LP).
The Wolf album is the latest in a long line of recent blues Super Session enclaves (includes Clapton, Winwood, Wyman and Watts) that rates among the most successful of these black-meets-white get-togethers. The Waters two-record set is sort of a BEST OF anthology that culls, from various earlier Waters albums, Muddy’s best performances from 1950 on down to a couple of live cuts from Waters’ legendary 1960 appearance at the Newport Jazz Festival. Put simply, the Wolf album is his best in years.
|Baby Ride With Me|
|How Many More Years|
|Smile At Me|
|My Baby Walked Off|
|My Troubles And Me|
|Mr. Highway Man|
|Everybody's In The Mood|
|Color And Kind|
|Sweet Woman (I Got A Woman)|
|Well That's All Right|
|Drinkin' C.V. Wine|
|My Last Affair|
|Come Back Home|
|CPCD 8235||Howlin' Wolf||Howlin' At The Sun (CD, Comp)||Charly Records||CPCD 8235||UK||1996|
|B.P. 006||Howlin' Wolf||Howlin' At The Sun (CD, Comp)||Altaya, Charly R&B||B.P. 006||Poland||1997|
|RXB019||Howlin' Wolf||Howlin' At The Sun (CD, Comp)||REDX Entertainment||RXB019||Australia||1999|