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#30 Howlin’ Wolf

How would you rank

Howlin’ Wolf?

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  • APPROPRIATE
  • LOWER

Why Howlin’ Wolf?

Howlin’ Wolf (born Chester Arthur Burnett in Mississippi, June 10, 1910 – January 10, 1976) was ranked #51 on Rolling Stone’s list of the 100 Greatest Musicians of All Time. He played with Willie Dixon, Jimmie Rogers, Bo Diddley, Muddy Waters, and the Rolling Stones, but mostly he fronted his own band, playing harmonica and singing the blues. Howlin’ Wolf was famous for paying his players well, so he got the best. One outrageous player! 

  • mark kenneally

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    Top 20 at least.. It sounds easy… You try playing like that. The important thing is that his harmonica makes those wonderful songs wonderful.

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