The Great Unknowns No. 11: Howlin' Wolf Burnette
Guy Stevens, Record Mirror, 31 August 1963
WHEN PYE records launched their second R & B campaign, one of the artists involved was a gentleman by the strange name of Howlin' Wolf. The disc was 'Just Like I Treat You', and although it didn't make the charts, it still managed to sell a fair old number of copies, including fans everywhere who heard this throaty exciting artist for the first time.
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