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The Real Folk Blues / More Real Folk Blues (Remastered)


Download links and information about The Real Folk Blues / More Real Folk Blues (Remastered) by Howlin' Wolf. This album was released in 2002 and it belongs to Blues genres. It contains 24 tracks with total duration of 01:06:33 minutes.

Artist: Howlin' Wolf
Release date: 2002
Genre: Blues
Tracks: 24
Duration: 01:06:33
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No. Title Length
1. Killing Floor (1964 Single) 2:50
2. Louise (Single) 2:45
3. Poor Boy (Single) 2:35
4. Sittin' On Top of the World (1958 Single) 2:33
5. Nature (Single) 2:47
6. My Country Sugar Mama (Single) 2:38
7. Tail Dragger 2:58
8. Three Hundred Pounds of Joy (Single) 3:06
9. The Natchez Burnin' (Single) 2:11
10. Built for Comfort (Single) 2:39
11. Ooh Baby, Hold Me (Single) 2:41
12. Tell Me What I've Done (Single) 2:50
13. Just My Kind 2:51
14. I've Got a Woman 2:55
15. Work for Your Money 2:12
16. I'll Be Around (Single) 3:13
17. You Can't Be Beat (Single) 3:10
18. No Place to Go (You Gonna Wreck My Life) [Single] 2:56
19. I Love My Baby (Single) 2:57
20. Neighbors 2:45
21. I'm the Wolf 2:52
22. Rockin' Daddy (Single) 3:02
23. Who Will Be Next (Single) 2:34
24. I Have a Little Girl (Single) 2:33



Howlin' Wolf was a force of nature. A big man with an even bigger voice and presence, from his beginnings at Sun Records to the ensuing years at Chess in Chicago, Wolf could sing anything and make it sound menacing. His love songs sound like threats. His threats sound like death sentences. His main guitarist Hubert Sumlin had the sharpest tone around. (Listen to "Killing Floor" for evidence.) But unlike modern-day gangsta posing, Wolf (born Chester Arthur Burnett) was just as likely to have a good laugh. Willie Dixon's "300 Pounds of Joy" and "Built for Comfort," after all, are sax-driven celebrations of life. This collection combines two albums recorded between the early-'50s to mid-'60s , and feature lesser known tracks in the Wolf catalog, including severa originals ("Louise," "My Country Sugar Mama"). But ,like nearly everything he recorded, these tracks deserve to be heard.