The Chess Box

The Chess Box

Music CD - 1991
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Contents: Disc 1. 1951 to 1955: Moanin' at midnight
How many more years
Howlin' Wolf boogie
The Wolf is at your door
Mr. Highway Man
Howlin' Wolf talks #1
Saddle my pony
(Well) That's all right
My last affair
Just my kind
Work for your money
Mama died and left me
All night boogie (All night long)
Streamline woman
Crazy about you baby
You gonna wreck my life (No place to go alt. take)
Howlin' Wolf talks #2
I'm the Wolf
Rockin' daddy
Baby how long
I'll be around
Forty four
Who will be next
Disc 2. 1955 to 1962: Don't mess with my baby
Smokestack lightnin'
You can't be beat
Howlin' Wolf talks #3
I asked for water
The Natchez burnin'
Who's been talking
Tell me
Sittin' on top of the world
I didn't know
Moaning for my baby
Change my way
I better go now
Howlin' for my darling
I've been abused
Mr. Airplane Man (alt. take)
Wang dang doodle
Back door man
Howlin' Wolf talks #4
Down in the bottom
Shake for me
The red rooster
You'll be mine
Just like I treat you
I ain't superstitious
Goin' down slow
Tail dragger
Disc 3. 1963 to 1973: Hidden charms
Three hundred pounds of joy
Built for comfort
Love me darlin'
Killing floor
My country sugar mama
I walked from Dallas
Tell me what I've done
Don't laugh at me
Ooh baby (hold me)
New crawlin' king snake
My mind is ramblin'
Commit a crime
Dust my broom
I'm the Wolf (acoustic solo)
Ain't goin' down that dirt road (acoustic solo)
Mary Sue
Hard luck
The red rooster (London sessions w/false start and dialog)
Publisher: Universal City, CA : Chess/MCA, p1991
Branch Call Number: MB HOWL CB H32
Characteristics: 3 sound discs : digital, stereo., mono. ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 booklet (32 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.)
Alternative Title: Chess box
Howlin' Wolf


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