- Audio CD (5 January 2010)
- Original Release Date: 5 January 2010
- Number of Discs: 1
- Format: Import, Special Edition
- Label: USA IMPORT
- ASIN: B002WHT0YQ
- Other Editions: Audio CD | Vinyl
- Customer Reviews: 155 customer ratings
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 55,354 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
LONDON SESSIONS (RARITIES EDITION) Import, Special Edition
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2010 stand-alone single disc release that contains all the bonus tracks featured on the second disc of the Deluxe Edition release of this album (ie: does NOT contain the original album, only the rarities associated with that release). Perfect for collectors who may have missed the double disc version or for those who are in search of all the great tracks that were initially exclusive to the Deluxe Edition. It's not hard to see why the original album London Sessions is still among the most popular original albums in the much vaulted history of Chess Records. Not only does it present one of the label's most acclaimed and popular Blues legends performing essentially his greatest hits, it features members of the British Rock royalty (Eric Clapton, Stevie Winwood, Charlie Watts, Bill Wyman) giving one of their biggest influences his just due. This CD features new remixes from the original tapes, alternate mixes, rehearsal takes, extended jams, and more.
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And "get on it" is just what they do.
The playing throughout is of the highest order and listening to Howlin Wolf trying to teach Eric Clapton etc...is entertaining.
Stellar cast - Howlin Wolf, Hubert Sumlin, Eric Clapton, Ringo Starr, Charlie Watts(boy can he drum, superb!), Bill Wyman(again superb playing), Ian Stewart and Steve Winwood.
Some great tunes with some big names 🤘
great to hear the dialogue between Eric Clapton and Howlin' wolf.
Voted up and 'Oi give it foive' (Remember Juke Box Jury's 'peoples' jury?)