This, Wolf's last hurrah, is his final studio album. Cut with his regular working band, the Wolf Gang, everything here works well, despite Detroit Junior's annoying use of harpsichord on several tracks. Highlights include Eddie Shaw's "Coon on the Moon," Wolf's own "Moving" and "Stop Using Me," and both takes of "Speak Now Woman." Not the place to start a Wolf collection by any means, but a great place to end up.
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Performance CreditsHowlin' Wolf Primary Artist,Guitar,Harmonica,Vocals
Eddie Shaw Tenor Saxophone
Hubert Sumlin Guitar
Andrew McMahon Bass,Bass Guitar
Detroit Junior Piano,Harpsichord
James Green Bass
S.P. Leary Drums
Willie Harris Guitar
James Green Bass Guitar
Technical CreditsRalph Bass Producer,Audio Production
Malcolm Chisholm Engineer
Mark A. Humphrey Liner Notes
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What can I say? Incredible. That's classic!