#1
Celebrating the life and music of
Chicago Blues master Howlin' Wolf.

Wolf's presence was felt by listeners on several levels
and his voice embodies the full and raw power of the Blues
and the human heart through sound.

Hours of Live Video in his honor
http://classicbluesvideos.com/video-details.asp?id=701&?Artist=Howlin%C2%A0Wolf&?Song=Happy%20Birthday%20Howlin%27%20Wolf

The Documentary "The Howlin' Wolf Story - The Secret History of Rock & Roll"
http://classicbluesvideos.com/video-details.asp?id=700&?Artist=Howlin%C2%A0Wolf&?Song=The%20Howlin%27%20Wolf%20Story%20-%20The%20Secret%20History%20of%20Rock%20&%20Roll
#2
Good call.
I think my favourite of his is his version of Sittin On Top of the World, and Shake for Me.
He has to be one of the greatest blues singers/rhythm guitar players ever. Plus he had Hubert Sumlin and even Buddy Guy playing with him on record.

Pure class.
#3
'smokestack lightnin' was the first blues record i ever heard. brilliant.
I've been imitated so well I've heard people copy my mistakes.
- Jimi Hendrix
#4
Damn, Howlin' Wolf wasn't a bluesman, he was a force of Nature!
Easily on of my favorites of all time.
#5
Sometimes I just listen to Moanin' In The Moonlight and The Rocking Chair albums back to back over and over.