Standing over 6 feet tall at nearly 300 pounds, Chester Arthur Burnett, a.k.a. Howlin' Wolf was blessed with a bone-chilling voice and fierce charisma that electrified audiences on both sides of the Atlantic. A towering pioneer of the electric Chicago blues. Wolf was born in a tiny railroad stop in Mississippi Hill country, Wolf contributed enduring classics like “Sitting On Top of the World” and "Smokestack Lightnin'.” At the height of the British invasion, the Rolling Stones appeared on American television on the condition that Wolf be their special guest, attracting millions of viewers.
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Volume 1 portrays 35 outstanding musical legends that have shaped and continue to inspire America’s rich jazz tradition.
Volume 2 portrays 35 outstanding musical Blues legends that have helped begin most other forms of music.