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  1. Phil B.

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    Highway 49 (Live)

     
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    Chester Arthur Burnett / Howlin` Wolf

    June 10, 1910 / January 10, 1976

    Howlin' Wolf Home Page

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    Moanin' At Midnight
    How Many More Years
    Evil
    Forty Four
    Smokestack Lightnin'
    I Asked For Water
    Who's Been Talkin'
    Sitting On Top Of The World
    Howlin' For My Darling
    Wang dang doodle
    Back Door Man
    Spoonful
    Shake for me
    The Red Rooster
    I Ain't Superstitious
    Goin' Down Slow
    Three Hundred Pounds Of Joy
    Hidden Charms
    Built For Comfort
    Killing Floor






     
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    The London Howlin' Wolf Sessions

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    Released August 1971
    Recorded May 27, 1970 Olympic Sound Studios, London, England.

    The London Howlin' Wolf Sessions is an album released in the summer of 1971 on Chess Records. It was one of the first of the super session Blues albums, setting a Blues master among famous musicians from the second generation of Rock and Roll, in this case Eric Clapton, Steve Winwood, Charlie Watts, and Bill Wyman.

    My Source: The London Howlin' Wolf Sessions

    All songs written by Chester Burnett, except as indicated.

    Disk 1

    1. "Rockin' Daddy" - 3:43 (recorded May 4, 1970)

    Howlin' Wolf - Vocals
    Hubert Sumlin - Rhythm Guitar
    Eric Clapton - Lead Guitar
    Ian Stewart - Piano
    Phil Upchurch - Bass
    Charlie Watts - Drums

    2. "I Ain't Superstitious" (Willie Dixon) - 3:34 (recorded May 2, 1970)

    Howlin` Wolf - Vocals
    Hubert Sumlin - Rhythm Guitar
    Eric Clapton - Lead Guitar
    Steve Winwood - Piano
    Klaus Voormann - Bass
    Ringo Starr - Drums
    Jordan Sandke - Trumpet
    Dennis Lansing - Tenor Saxophone
    Joe Miller - Baritone Saxophone
    Bill Wyman - Cowbell

    3. "Sittin' On Top Of The World" - 3:51[9] (recorded May 6, 1970)

    Howlin` Wolf - Vocals
    Jeffrey Carp - Harmonica
    Hubert Sumlin - Rhythm Guitar
    Eric Clapton - Lead Guitar
    Lafayette Leake - Piano
    Bill Wyman - Bass
    Charlie Watts - Drums

    4. "Worried About My Baby" - 2:55 (recorded May 7, 1970)

    Howlin` Wolf - Vocals and Harmonica
    Hubert Sumlin - Rhythm Guitar
    Eric Clapton - Lead Guitar
    Lafayette Leake - Piano
    Bill Wyman - Bass
    Charlie Watts - Drums

    5. "What A Woman!" (James Oden) - 3:02 (recorded May 7, 1970)

    Howlin` Wolf - Vocals
    Jeffery Carp - Harmonica
    Sumlin Hubert - Rhythm Guitar
    Eric Clapton - Lead Guitar
    Steve Winwood - Organ
    Bill Wyman - Bass
    Charlie Watts - Drums

    6. "Poor Boy" - 3:04 (recorded May 4, 1970)

    Howlin` Wolf - Vocals
    Jeffery Carp - Harmonica
    Hubert Sumlin - Rhythm Guitar
    Eric Clapton - Lead Guitar
    Steve Winwood - Piano
    Bill Wyman - Bass
    Charlie Watts - Drums

    Disk 2

    1. "Built For Comfort" (Dixon) - 2:08 (recorded May 7, 1970)

    Howlin` Wolf - Vocals
    Hubert Sumlin - Rhythm Guitar
    Eric Clapton - Lead Guitar
    Ian Stewart - Piano
    Bill Wyman - Bass
    Charlie Watts - Drums
    Jordan Sandke - Trumpet
    Lansing and Miller - Saxophones

    2. "Who's Been Talking?" - 3:02 (recorded May 7, 1970)

    Howlin` Wolf - Vocals and Harmonica
    Hubert Sumlin - Rhythm Guitar
    Eric Clapton - Lead Guitar
    John Simon - Piano
    Steve Winwood - Organ
    Bill Wyman - Bass and Shaker
    Charlie Watts - Drums, Congas and Percussions

    3. "The Red Rooster (Rehearsal)" - 1:58 (recorded May 7, 1970)

    4. "The Red Rooster" (Willie Dixon) - 3:47 (recorded May 7, 1970)

    Howlin` Wolf - Vocals
    Hubert Sumlin - Rhythm Guitar
    Eric Clapton - Lead Guitar
    Lafayette Leake - Piano
    Bill Wyman - Bass
    Charlie Watts - Drums

    5. "Do The Do" (Willie Dixon) - 2:18 (recorded May 6, 1970)

    Howlin` Wolf - Vocals
    Hubert Sumlin - Rhythm Guitar
    Eric Clapton - Lead Guitar
    Ian Stewart - Piano
    Bill Wyman - Bass and Cowbell
    Charlie Watts - Drums

    6. "Highway 49" (Joe Lee Williams) - 2:45 (recorded May 6, 1970)

    Howlin` Wolf - Vocals
    Jeffrey Carp - Harmonica
    Hubert Sumlin - Rhythm Guitar
    Eric Clapton - Lead Guitar
    Steve Winwood - Piano
    Bill Wyman - Bass
    Charlie Watts - Drums

    7. "Wang-Dang-Doodle" (Willie Dixon) - 3:27 (Recorded May 4, 1970)

    Howlin` Wolf - Vocals
    Jeffrey Carp - Harmonica
    Hubert Sumlin - Rhythm Guitar
    Eric Clapton - Lead Guitar
    Ian Stewart - Piano
    Bill Wyman - Bass
    Charlie Watts - Drums






     
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    The Wolf explains what "The Blues" are all about..

    How Many More Years

     
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    Little Red Rooster is a song written by Willie Dixon and recorded by Howlin' Wolf in 1961 but I also really like the Rolling Stones version :grinthumb

     
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    I really like Big Momma Thorton's version, too.

     
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    now that we have derailed

    haveya ever heard Sam Cooke sing it?...from Night Beat

     
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