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  1. Vudogore Reply

    Howlin' Wolf "Killing Floor": I should'a quit you, long time ago I should'a quit Howlin' Wolf Lyrics "Killing Floor" I should'a quit you, long time ago I should'a quit you, baby, long time ago I should'a quit you, and went on to Mexico If I ha'da followed, my first mind album: "The Real Folk Blues" () Killing Floor. Louise. Poor Boy.

  2. Zululkree Reply

    Jun 05,  · Intr A turnaround(EDA) plus one verse 12 bar blues in A A7 I should have quit you, long time ago D7 A7 I should of quit you, Babe, long time ago E7 D7 A7 I should of quit you, and went on to Mexico A7 If I had of followed, my first mind D7 A7 If I had of followed, my first mind E7 D7 A7 I'd of been gone, since my second time Ah A7 I should of went on, when my friend come from Mexico at me D7.

  3. Nataur Reply

    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().

  4. Maumuro Reply

    Apr 03,  · Cover: Number - Title - Artist - [Release Date] (Chart) Contents LP Series, Starts as Chess/Checker: Chess LP - Rock, Rock, Rock - Various Artists [12/56] There are two versions of album covers, the first has Chess LP in the lower left corner, the second has Chess LP in a white box at the upper right of the cover. I Knew From The Start - Moonglows/Would I Be Crying.

  5. Garr Reply

    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Killing Floor / Louise on Discogs. Label: Chess - • Format: Vinyl 7 Howlin' Wolf - Killing Floor / Louise (, Vinyl) | Discogs4/5(1).

  6. Vogal Reply

    Willie Dixon penned many of these 97 tracks, and Chester Burnett (a.k.a. Howlin' Wolf) played, sang and screamed them into the history books and the record collections /5(23).

  7. Tojat Reply

    Howlin Wolf Chess Chess (label) Mobile Fidelity Mobile Fidelity (label) Blues (CD, LP) Soul (CD, LP) Classic work from Howlin Wolf – tunes recorded with incredibly raspy vocals, set to a folksy electric guitar sound – one that instantly conjures up images of the south side blues scene that Chess documented so well during the 50s and 60!

  8. Taurg Reply

    Howlin Wolf - $ Howlin Wolf Moanin’ In The Moonlight 1st Uk Chess Crl Mono Blues.

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