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'''''The Howlin' Wolf Album''''' is a 1969 album by Music/HowlinWolf, which mixed his traditional {{Blues}} sound with PsychedelicRock. In a rather unusual take [[CreatorBacklash the singer himself disliked the album]], but Chess Records just used this as an advertising strategy by putting this on the album.

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'''''The ''The Howlin' Wolf Album''''' Album'' is a 1969 album by Music/HowlinWolf, which mixed his traditional {{Blues}} sound with PsychedelicRock. In a rather unusual take [[CreatorBacklash the singer himself disliked the album]], but Chess Records just used this as an advertising strategy by putting this on the album.



'''Tracklist'''

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'''Tracklist'''
!! Tracklist


If you're a blues purist you may consider this record to be a commercial sell-out [[UnintentionalPeriodPiece which hasn't aged well]]. If you like PsychedelicRock it's definitely interesting. Despite the singer's own objections the single "Evil" peaked at #43 in the Billboard and it was still added to Magazine/RollingStone's ''Music/RollingStone500GreatestAlbumsOfAllTime'' on nr. 238.

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If you're a blues purist you may consider this record to be a commercial sell-out [[UnintentionalPeriodPiece which hasn't aged well]]. If you like PsychedelicRock it's definitely interesting. Despite the singer's own objections the single "Evil" peaked at #43 in the Billboard and it was still added to Magazine/RollingStone's ''Music/RollingStone500GreatestAlbumsOfAllTime'' on nr. 238.at #238.


If you're a blues purist you may consider this record to be a commercial sell-out [[UnintentionalPeriodPiece which hasn't aged well]] and Howlin' Wolf's ParvumOpus. If you like PsychedelicRock it's definitely interesting. Despite the singer's own objections the single "Evil" peaked at #43 in the Billboard and it was still added to Magazine/RollingStone's ''Music/RollingStone500GreatestAlbumsOfAllTime'' on nr. 238.

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If you're a blues purist you may consider this record to be a commercial sell-out [[UnintentionalPeriodPiece which hasn't aged well]] and Howlin' Wolf's ParvumOpus.well]]. If you like PsychedelicRock it's definitely interesting. Despite the singer's own objections the single "Evil" peaked at #43 in the Billboard and it was still added to Magazine/RollingStone's ''Music/RollingStone500GreatestAlbumsOfAllTime'' on nr. 238.


'''The Howlin' Wolf Album''' is a 1969 album by Music/HowlinWolf, which mixed his traditional {{Blues}} sound with PsychedelicRock. In a rather unusual take [[CreatorBacklash the singer himself disliked the album]], but Chess Records just used this as an advertising strategy by putting this on the album.

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'''The '''''The Howlin' Wolf Album''' Album''''' is a 1969 album by Music/HowlinWolf, which mixed his traditional {{Blues}} sound with PsychedelicRock. In a rather unusual take [[CreatorBacklash the singer himself disliked the album]], but Chess Records just used this as an advertising strategy by putting this on the album.


# "Smokestack Lightning" (3:56)
# "Moanin' At Midnight" (3:15)

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# "Smokestack Lightning" Lightnin'" (3:56)
# "Moanin' At at Midnight" (3:15)



# "Three Hundred Pounds Of Joy" (2:35)

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# "Three Hundred Pounds Of of Joy" (2:35)



!! ''Three Hundred Tropes Of Joy''
* AlliterativeTitle: "'''M'''oanin' At '''M'''idnight" and "The '''R'''ed '''R'''ooster".

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!! ''Three Hundred Tropes Of of Joy''
* AlliterativeTitle: "'''M'''oanin' At at '''M'''idnight" and "The '''R'''ed '''R'''ooster".



* CoverAlbum: "Spoonful", "Tail Dragger", "Built For Comfort", "Down In The Bottom", "Three Hundred Pounds Of Joy" and "Back Door Man" are all covers, written by Willie Dixon.
* CoversAlwaysLie: The cover is mostly correct, except for one little detail. Howlin' Wolf was always fond of the electric guitar.

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* CoverAlbum: "Spoonful", "Tail Dragger", "Built For for Comfort", "Down In The in the Bottom", "Three Hundred Pounds Of of Joy" and "Back Door Man" are all covers, written by Willie Dixon.
* CoversAlwaysLie: The cover is mostly correct, except for one little detail. Howlin' Wolf was always fond of the electric guitar.


* CoversAlwaysLie: The cover is mostly correct, except for one little detail. Howlin' Wolf has always been fond of the electric guitar.

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* CoversAlwaysLie: The cover is mostly correct, except for one little detail. Howlin' Wolf has was always been fond of the electric guitar.

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'''The Howlin' Wolf Album''' is a 1969 album by Music/HowlinWolf, which mixed his traditional {{Blues}} sound with PsychedelicRock. In a rather unusual take [[CreatorBacklash the singer himself disliked the album]], but Chess Records just used this as an advertising strategy by putting this on the album.

If you're a blues purist you may consider this record to be a commercial sell-out [[UnintentionalPeriodPiece which hasn't aged well]] and Howlin' Wolf's ParvumOpus. If you like PsychedelicRock it's definitely interesting. Despite the singer's own objections the single "Evil" peaked at #43 in the Billboard and it was still added to Magazine/RollingStone's ''Music/RollingStone500GreatestAlbumsOfAllTime'' on nr. 238.

'''Tracklist'''

[[AC:Side One]]
# "Spoonful" (3:52)
# "Tail Dragger" (4:33)
# "Smokestack Lightning" (3:56)
# "Moanin' At Midnight" (3:15)
# "Built for Comfort" (5:11)

[[AC:Side Two]]
# "The Red Rooster" (3:50)
# "Evil" (4:06)
# "Down in the Bottom" (2:45)
# "Three Hundred Pounds Of Joy" (2:35)
# "Back Door Man" (6:51)

!! ''Three Hundred Tropes Of Joy''
* AlliterativeTitle: "'''M'''oanin' At '''M'''idnight" and "The '''R'''ed '''R'''ooster".
* {{Blues}}: Just before the final track Howlin' Wolf explains to the listeners the origins of the blues and that they just have to watch him to learn how to play it.
* CoverAlbum: "Spoonful", "Tail Dragger", "Built For Comfort", "Down In The Bottom", "Three Hundred Pounds Of Joy" and "Back Door Man" are all covers, written by Willie Dixon.
* CoversAlwaysLie: The cover is mostly correct, except for one little detail. Howlin' Wolf has always been fond of the electric guitar.
* ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin: It is a new Howlin' Wolf album and he didn't like it himself.
* MinimalisticCoverArt: The album cover consists of three lines of text on a white background.
* OneManSong: "Back Door Man".
* OneWordTitle: "Spoonful" and "Evil".
* PsychedelicRock: Traditional blues is mixed with a lot of wah-wah pedal and fuzzbox.
* RecycledInSpace: It's blues legend Howlin' Wolf... with a psychedelic arrangement!
* RepurposedPopSong: The songs have all been recorded before by the singer, just not in these versions.
* SelfTitledAlbum: As one can read on the cover.
* ShoutOut: The album cover of ''Music/{{Brothers}}'' by Music/TheBlackKeys appears to be a reference to this album.
* SpokenWordInMusic: The album has spoken commentary by Howlin' Wolf between some of the songs.
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