HOWLIN' WOLF - 1951-1962 (4CD)

HOWLIN' WOLF - 1951-1962 (4CD)

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Label: REAL GONE MUSIC

Release date: 31/10/2018

Barcode: 5036408189820

Catalog no.: RGM0000267

Item ID: 469981

Spread over four CD's and presented with remastered sound, here are 71 recordings from the legendary blues man!

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