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Work For Your Money - Howlin Wolf - More Real Folk Blues


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  1. Baktilar says:
    Howlin Wolf: Real Folk Blues/More Real Folk Blues (CD) - Classic work from Howlin Wolf – tunes recorded with incredibly raspy vocals, set to a folksy e -- Dusty Groove is Chicago's Online Record StoreBrand: Chess/MCA (Label).
  2. Mausho says:
    Mar 19,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of More Real Folk Blues on Discogs/5(3).
  3. Daikazahn says:
    The Real Folk Blues is a series of blues albums released between 19by Chess Records, later reissued MCA jazz.flameworkeranayathrisflameblade.infoinfo album in the series highlighted the music of one major Chess artist, including John Lee Hooker, Howlin' Wolf, Muddy Waters, and Sonny Boy Williamson jazz.flameworkeranayathrisflameblade.infoinfo series, overseen by Marshall Chess, was a reaction to the increasing audience for the blues following the Compilations: , The Best of Muddy Waters, , .
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    Oct 16,  · Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group Work For Your Money · Howlin' Wolf More Real Folk Blues ℗ UMG Recordings, Inc. Released on: Prod.
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    Buy Real Folk Blues / More Real Folk Blues (CD) by Howlin' Wolf (CD $). Amoeba Music. Ships Free in the U.S.
  6. Tojin says:
    jazz.flameworkeranayathrisflameblade.infoinfo Consisting mainly of Chicago takes from the early to mid s, More Real Folk Blues is titled like a companion to Real Folk Blues but covers a different time period. That's not exactly a bad thing; there's some great stuff on this CD, from the rollicking, almost-off-the-tracks "Just My Kind" to the sensual rocking of "I Have a Little Girl."/5(3).
  7. Maukasa says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of More Real Folk Blues on Discogs/5(13).
  8. Meztiran says:
    By the time Chess issued its fourth Howlin’ Wolf album, More Real Folk Blues, the bulk of the most familiar and influential songs from his 45s and 78s had been used on his other jazz.flameworkeranayathrisflameblade.infoinfo Wolf’s Chess output was so potent, regardless of ‘hit’ status, that the music on More Real Folk Blues — mostly B sides and previously unissued tracks — was just as compelling as on his previous.
  9. Shakabar says:
    In the mid-'60s, Chess Records released a great series of compilations of '40s and '50s singles by some of its best blues artists, all of them called The Real Folk jazz.flameworkeranayathrisflameblade.infoinfo Howlin' Wolf entry is possibly the best of the batch, and one of the best introductions to this mercurial electric bluesman. Opening with the savage "Killing Floor," the album doesn't let up in intensity, and it happily 9/

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