Label: Roots (6) - RTS 2520 • Format: 5x, CD Compilation, Reissue, Remastered • Country: Belgium • Genre: Blues •
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9 thought on “ (Well) Thats All Right - Howlin Wolf - Going Down Slow (CD) ”
The Blue Album: Classic Hits from the Greatest Blues Elvis Presley & The Songs That Drove Him Wild. Boogie Woogie, Vol. 2.
All the great hits are here. The sound is good. It will leave feeling like your behind the wheel of s Cadillac, blowing down a dirt road, dirt flying, tires sliding, like Paul Newman in Hud, like Kerouac and Cassidy on the way to Mexico, like ZZ Top driving while blind No, not like that at all — they’re all Howlin Wolf /5().
Howlin' Wolf employs more variety in his sound than Muddy, more prone to pushing up the tempo or dropping a latin rhythm in here and there. I'd categorize Howlin' Wolf's music as rather on the heavy side for this genre and era and that's reflected in a lot of what came after from those he inspired over in the world of British rock/5(12).
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The Howling Wolf; Going Down Slow Lyrics The Howling Wolf – Going Down Slow mmmmm I have had my fun If I never get well no more I have had my fun If I never get well no more Oh my health is fading Oh yes I'm going down slow Now lookit here I did not say I was a millionaire But I said I have spent more money than a millionaire 'Cause if I.
- Well That's All Right - Howlin' Wolf - Five Long Years - Eddie Boyd - Seems Like A Million Years - Willie Nix - We All Gotta Go Sometime - Joe Hill Louis - Mojo Boogie - J.B. Lenoir - Evening Sun - Johnny Shines - I'm Looking For A Woman - Little Hudson - Easy - Big Walter Horton - Bear Cat (The Answer To Hound Dog) - Rufus Thomas.
And then there is "Red Rooster," recorded in This was covered by another Rock n' Roll band, the Rolling Stones. This version is much rawer. The instrumentals are great, with Howlin' Wolf on guitar and Willie Dixon on bass. Great version! This is a rich album that gives a good sense of the work of Howlin' Wolf. Raw blues; great blues/5().
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(Stevie Ray Vaughan, Hendrix, The Stones)so I really had to hear first hand what the fuss was about. I throughly enjoy this CD. It is haunting and left me thirsty for more. In fact, I now own roughly four different releases of Howlin Wolf's music. There are a lot of different releases with the same music on it/5(2).