Rhythm and Blues - Howlin' Wolf - REU1072

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Product description

London Records REU 1072.
Issue Date December 1956.

Extremely rare 1956 7" 45 RPM EP by Howlin' Wolf.
His first vinyl release on London Records.

Tracks:

A1. Come to Me Baby
A2. Don't Mess With My Baby
B1. Smokestack Lightning
B2. You Can't Be Beat


Record is in very good condition.
sleeve shows signs of use with a tear on the bottom centre and slight discolouration on the back of the cover.

A unique opportunity to get hold of this scarce record in this condition.

Item details

Band/artist(s):
Howlin Wolf
Catalogue number:
RE-U1072
Condition:
Very good
Genre:
Jazz
Label:
London Records
Sleeve condition:
Fair
Tracks:
4

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About this item

London Records REU 1072.
Issue Date December 1956.

Extremely rare 1956 7" 45 RPM EP by Howlin' Wolf.
His first vinyl release on London Records.

Tracks:

A1. Come to Me Baby
A2. Don't Mess With My Baby
B1. Smokestack Lightning
B2. You Can't Be Beat


Record is in very good condition.
sleeve shows signs of use with a tear on the bottom centre and slight discolouration on the back of the cover.

A unique opportunity to get hold of this scarce record in this condition.

Band/artist(s):
Howlin Wolf
Catalogue number:
RE-U1072
Condition:
Very good
Genre:
Jazz
Label:
London Records
Sleeve condition:
Fair
Tracks:
4

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