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Howlin' Wolf - "Back Door Man": one of the dirtiest (in a good way) songs I've ever heard, and I'm not talking about the lyrics. I'm talking about what the lyrics leave out, and what the guitar says instead. That's true talent.

Spoonful is a blues standard written by Willie Dixon and lyrically based on Charley Pattons Spoonful Blues. It appears on several Howlin Wolfs albums. Wolfs iconic photo 1:20-1:31 by permission of Sandy Guy Schoenfeld - www.howlingwolfph... Take a look at this site! I higly recommend it if you want to see some incredible pics ...

"Why don't you hear me cryin'?" Smokestack Lightnin'. Howlin' Wolf.

Howlin' Wolf. "Where the soul of man never dies," no less a figure than Sam Phillips once declared about Wolf's voice.

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Howlin Wolf- Rolling Stones- TV. The Stones said they'd ONLY appear IF Howlin' Wolf were booked, too.

Howlin' Wolf - Smokestack Lightning - Wolf blowing harp with Willie Dixon on standup bass and Hubert Sumlin on guitar. There'll never be another like the Wolf.

Originally recorded for Chess Records in August 1951, this is a performance from 1966. When the Devil drives...