egroj world: Howlin' Wolf • Bluesmaster

viernes, 23 de junio de 2017

Howlin' Wolf • Bluesmaster

Review by Stephen Thomas Erlewine
Howlin' Wolf was certainly a master of the blues, and MCA Special Products' Bluesmaster, thankfully, does offer some evidence proving why that's an acknowledged fact, not simply a matter of opinion. Granted, a ten-track budget-line collection could hardly be called definitive, but this collection is nevertheless a good sampler, largely because it relies on classic Chess material. Many great songs are missing, but a handful are here ("I Asked for Water," "How Many More Years," "Change My Way," "Moanin' at Midnight," "Evil"), along with several lesser-known but very good songs ("Who Will Be Next?," "My Mind is Ramblin'," "Highway 49," "Poor Boy," "Worried About My Baby"). It's certainly not a definitive collection, but it's a strong, varied sampling of Howlin' Wolf in his prime, which may make it of interest to curious listeners on a budget.


I Asked for Water (She Gave Me Gasoline)  
How Many More Years 
Who Will Be Next? 
Change My Way 
Moanin' at Midnight 
My Mind Is Ramblin' 
Highway 49 
Poor Boy 
Worried About My Baby 

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