9 thoughts on “ I Can´t Stay Here - Howlin Wolf - I Am A Backdoor Man (Vinyl, LP) ”

  1. Howlin' Wolf is the third studio album from Chicago blues singer/guitarist/harmonica player Howlin' Wolf. It is a collection of six singles previously released by the Chess label from through Because of the illustration on its sleeve, the album is often called The Rockin' Chair Album, which was eventually adopted on subsequent pressings.
  2. Stream The Back Door Wolf by Howlin' Wolf and tens of millions of other songs on all your devices with Amazon Music Unlimited. Exclusive discount for Prime members. Can't Stay Here (Album Version) Can't Stay Here (Album Version) Listen Now $ It's THE WOLF, man.. Reviewed in the United States on June 4, /5(27).
  3. Judge wife cried, let the man go free I am a back door man I am back door man Well, the men don't know But little girls understand Stand out there, cop's wife cried, don't take him down Rather be dead, six feets in the ground When you come home, you can eat pork and beans I eats mo' chicken any man seen I am back door man I am back door man.
  4. Moanin' In The Moonlight [Red Vinyl] (LP) Howlin' Wolf Smokestack Lightnin' [Blue Vinyl] (LP) Howlin' Wolf View More. Home; The Back Door Wolf (CD) Tweet. The Back Door Wolf (CD) Howlin' Wolf Currently Unavailable. $ SHIPS FREE in U.S. Track Listing. Disc 1 Titles. Artist.
  5. In however, he entered the studios to record a selection of his own tunes. The end result was titled I Am The Blues, and consisted of songs written during his time as a staff-writer with Chess Records, previously performed by the likes of Waters, Howlin' Wolf, Otis Rush, and Willie Mabon.
  6. In the songs "Shake for Me" and "Back Door Man" were used in the lyrics to the Led Zeppelin song "Whole Lotta Love". In the album won a Blues Music Award by The Blues Foundation for 'Classics of Blues Recordings—Album'. [11].
  7. Splendid two-lp edition featuring the first Howlin Wolf (probably The Rockin 'Chair) and Moanin' In The Moonlight, with several bonus tracks. If the quality of listening and the DMM printing system are up to the task (I could not yet hear it but I will update the review), it is an unmissable product to get to know this fundamental artist in the Reviews:
  8. A well known work (written by Willie Dixon), "Back Door Man," was covered by the Doors. His version is a bunch different than theirs! He talks about a "Midnight treat" and notes that "the little girls understand." Jim Morrison sings this well in his own way, but Howlin' Wolf's primordial version has a much richer edge to it. No comparison, in /5().
  9. Classic album remastered. The real mastermind behind so many “Standards” of the Blues doing a few of the songs he wrote/produced/played on, but now as he originally he envisioned them. Yeah; you’ll know the Howlin’ Wolf, Albert King, Muddy Waters, etc. versions, but give The Man his due here/5().

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