so, with the mighty wolf's 100th birthday coming up in 7 days, who do you consider the better bluesman?

 

 

 

 

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As much as I love Muddy Waters... I love Wolf so much more. That voice is, well, blues. Can't get enough.
Mike
Wolf
Love them both, but I've got to go with Muddy...

I'll support that. I'm a huge Wolf fan, but I'm still going to stick with Muddy Waters. The guy's just a classic bluesman, and that voice !

Interesting question... like the rest of the crew here, I absolutely love Muddy Waters, but Howlin' Wolf makes me feel something so much deeper. His voice just reaches a part of me that most musicians can't... I'm with Wolf.
Wolf.  The blues shake rattle and roll out of that man.

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