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Super Super Blues Band [CASSETTE]

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  • Audio Cassette (1 Jan. 1987)
  • Label: Uni/Mca
  • ASIN: B000002O97
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,930,536 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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This has been a real pleasure to listen to. The music is pure bliss with the added bonus of friendly banter at times between these three talented musicians. This is simply a must have for any serious R&B fan.
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Whilst it may not be the definitive rendition of some of the tracks included, it is an ESSENTIAL for anyone who is a fan of the genre. Particularly fans of Howlin' Wolf, who steals the show here. Not to say there isn't fantastic vocals and guitar work on behalf of Bo and Muddy too. The showmanship is undeniable as you hear the three legends vocally square off as they jam out some classics. Topped off with the amazing guitar work of Hubert Sumlin (Wolf's long time guitarist) and the bass work of the amazing Willie Dixon.

A great collaboration between three of greatest blues artists. Bound to bring a smile as you hear the three throw lighthearted insults, a particular highlight is Wolf self proclaiming himself the king of the blues.
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This is the result of a collaborative session between Bo Diddley, Howlin Wolf and Muddy Waters in 1967 with Otis Spann and Hubert Sumlin

Not highly thought of at the time, like Waters' own "Folk Singer" it now seems a lot better in retrospect

Some good natured insults with both Wolf and Waters playing slide, it's got some excellent singing and playing

I'm sorry but IMHO the previous review is just plain wrong - listen to the samples or compare the tracks with Les Fancourt's Chess Blues discography to check the validity of my statement
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I bought the Two Great Guitars album in 64 when I was 13, so it is a joy to hear it again. Bo was one of the great founding stones of rock music who never really got the credit due to him, these extended jams were pretty amazing at the time, 45's were pretty short really, two and a half minutes average. Basic two guitar stuff seemingly nowadays, albeit by two greats, but I still love listening to it, and as I said, at the time it seemed amazing.
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its mostly great! wolf steals it really everybody i know thats heard it aggrees! its a shame they did not do some new songs instead of the same old songs
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