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Two On One: Howlin' Wolf / Moanin' In the Moonlight


Download links and information about Two On One: Howlin' Wolf / Moanin' In the Moonlight by Howlin' Wolf. This album was released in 1986 and it belongs to Blues genres. It contains 24 tracks with total duration of 01:05:44 minutes.

Artist: Howlin' Wolf
Release date: 1986
Genre: Blues
Tracks: 24
Duration: 01:05:44
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No. Title Length
1. Shake for Me (Single Version) 2:19
2. Little Red Rooster (Single Version) 2:29
3. You'll Be Mine (Single Version) 2:30
4. Who's Been Talking? (Single Version) 2:26
5. Wang Dang Doodle (Single Version) 2:27
6. Little Baby (Single Version) 2:48
7. Spoonful (Single Version) 2:50
8. Goin' Down Slow (Single Edit Version) 3:27
9. Down In the Bottom (Single Edit) 2:14
10. Back Door Man (Single Version) 2:53
11. Howlin' for My Baby (Single Version) 2:36
12. Tell Me (Single Version) 2:58
13. Moanin' At Midnight (Single Version) 2:56
14. How Many More Years (Single Version) 2:43
15. Smokestack Lightning (Single Version) 3:08
16. Baby How Long (Single Version) 2:55
17. No Place to Go (Single Version) 2:58
18. All Night Boogie (All Night Long) [Single Version] 2:15
19. Evil (Single Version) 2:53
20. I'm Leavin' You (Single Version) 3:00
21. Moanin' for My Baby (Single Version) 2:51
22. I Asked for Water (She Gave Me Gasoline) [Single Version] 2:52
23. Forty-Four (Single Version) 2:50
24. Somebody In My Home (Single Edit) 2:26



Originally released as two separate albums, these two magnificent works have been combined into one release, and what a monster it is. With his deep, growling voice, and dynamic harp and guitar playing, Wolf was a force of nature. Howlin' Wolf was the Wolf's debut for Chess Records, and it contains great Wolf sides including "Red Rooster," "Spoonful," and "Wang Dang Doodle." Moanin' In the Moonlight is an equally strong primer in the Wolf school of deep blues, containing more killer tracks, such as "Smokestack Lightning," "Evil," and "I Asked For Water (She Gave Me Gasoline)." If you've never heard Howlin' Wolf at full throttle, this is a great place to start. The man was a legend, and these sides show why.