Complete your Howlin' Wolf collection. Live & Cookin' At Alice's Revisited (CD, Album, RM). Universal. Live And Cookin' At Alice's Revisited (CD, Album, RE, RM).
Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample). 1. 30. When I Laid Down I Was Troubled (Live At Alice's Revisited, 1972). 2. I Didn't Know (Live At Alice's Revisited, 1972).
The 1972 live album Live and Cookin' at Alice's Revisited is a great document of Wolf toward the end, still capable of bringing the heat and rocking the house down to the last brick. Of special note are the wild and wooly takes on "I Had a Dream," "I Didn't Know," and Muddy Waters' "Mean Mistreater. There are mistakes galore out of the band and some .
Band Name Howlin' Wolf. Album Name Live and Cookin' at Alice's Revisited. Labels Chess Records. Music StyleBlues Rock. Members owning this album0. When I Laid I Was Troubled.
While Howlin' Wolf would never experience the sort of late-career renaissance enjoyed by his friend and number one competitor Muddy Waters during the mid-1970s, he could still display a measure of the electricity he once had when the spirit so moved him. Such a performance can be found on Live And Cookin' At Alice's Revisited, released in 1972 as the only live album released during Wolf's lifetime.
Home H Howlin' Wolf Live and Cookin' at Alice's Revisited. Chester Arthur Burnett (June 10, 1910 – January 10, 1976), known as Howlin' Wolf, was an influential American blues singer, guitarist and harmonica player. He was born in West Point, Mississippi in an area now known as White Station. 1:Sitting on Top of the World.