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London Howlin Wolf Sessions from 1969 is this album.
Aside from those fairly minor gripes, there's not really anything to dislike about this album if you enjoy listening to great musicians play great music.
This is a great album and anyone who considers themselves a blues fan should have it in their library!
To go from "Jim Crow" America in the 60's to white England where you are treated like a man and adored by young white musicians. Read morePublished 27 days ago by A. Morris
I guess I never could wrap my mind or ears around the fact that Wyman and Watts were playing with Clapton and Winwood. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Stanton Koehne
It's hard to add anything to the fact that the backbone of this recording is the singer, Howlin' Wolf, the guitear player is Eric Clapton, and the rhythm section is Bill Wyman and... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Doked
This had a chance to be a great record, but for me the songs are just too short. I recognize that brevity is typical of the blues, but since this is as much or more a rock album... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Justin Thyme
Howlin' Wolf is Howlin' Wolf ... if you like his style, you'll love this album ... and it's a hoot to hear him "school" ClaptonPublished 3 months ago by aardvark
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