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Whos Been Talking - Howlin Wolf - Who Will Be Next? (CD)

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  1. Lyrics to 'Who's Been Talkin'' by Howlin' Wolf. My baby caught the train, left me all alone My baby caught the train, left me all alone She knows I love her, she doin' me wrong My baby bought the ticket, long as her right arm.
  2. Howlin' Wolf Who's Been Talking. Topics Howlin, Wolf. Wolf advises about rhythm of song Addeddate External_metadata_update TZ Identifier HowlinWolfWhosBeenTalking. plus-circle Add Review. comment. Reviews There are no reviews yet.
  3. Lyrics to 'Who's Been Talking?' by Howlin' Wolf. My baby caught the train, left me all alone My baby caught the train, left me all alone She knows I love her, she doin' me wrong My baby bought the ticket, long as her right arm My baby bought the ticket, long as my right arm.
  4. Howlin' Wolf: Original Album: The Rockin' Chair Album () Music/Lyrics: Burnett, Howlin' Wolf: Last Update: History Uh-oh! Looks like we don't have a song history for Who's Been Talking? yet. Don't worry, one is probably on the way. Please check back soon! Submit notes/corrections.
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  6. Chester Arthur Burnett (June 10, in White Station, Mississippi, United States – January 10, in Hines, Illinois, United States), known as Howlin' Wolf, was an influential American blues singer, guitarist and harmonica player. With a booming voice and looming physical presence, Burnett is commonly ranked among the leading performers in electric blues; musician and critic Cub Koda.
  7. Who's Been Talkin' Lyrics: My baby caught the train, left me all alone / My baby caught the train, left me all alone / She knows I love her, she doin' me wrong / My baby bought the ticket, long as.
  8. The Pacific Northwest-based blues savior's first album in boded well for his immediate future. Unfurling a sterling vocal delivery equally conversant with blues and soul, Cray offers fine remakes of the Willie Dixon-penned title tune, O.V. Wright's deep soul romp "I'm Gonna Forget About You," and Freddy King's "The Welfare (Turns Its Back on You)," along with his own "Nice as a Fool Can.

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