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Discussion in 'Music to Your Ears' started by teleon, Jan 21, 2020.
And it's Wolf for the win, with those great bend-release-vibrato sounds courtesy of Hubert Sumlin.
Here's a few different people doing the song.
I put my late friend William Clarke last. It is sad that we lost him at such an early age.
THIS is the one!
Duane sings, Duane plays, and a great band backing with an R&B meets rock groove
Heartfelt, emotional, Duane, naked.
Procol Harum (Robin Trower) did a nice version!
They are all beautiful version but when the Wolf comes in, the rest is pretty irrelevant..
The Mighty Wolf all the way!
I saw him do this live, with Hubert, in about 1967, and it was extremely intense.
The Wolf rules!
So many great versions...but only Duane sounds like he's on his death bed. And Aretha...lookout.
Always loved that little riff Duane does at about 6:20
the wolf was the baddest m***** f***** that ever lived! long live the wolf!
Man, i envy you a lot.
He was awesome.
My favorite, Mike Finnegan on vocals and B3.