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|Genre/Form:||Biographical television programs
Documentary television programs
|Named Person:||Howlin' Wolf; Howlin' Wolf|
|Document Type:||Visual material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Joe Lauro; Don McGlynn; Blue Sea Productions.; BMG Distribution.
|Notes:||Special features: 90-minute "director's cut" (30 min. of additional footage not in theatrical release); rare footage of Howlin' Wolf presented by the Rolling Stones on Shindig performing "How many more years?"; other rare performances include: "Smokestack lightnin'," "I am the Wolf," "At the bottom," "Little red rooster," "Goin down slow," "Shake for me," and "Dust my broom"; drummer Sam Lay's rare home movies of stars of the Chicago blues clubs from the early '60s; newly discovered photos of Howlin' Wolf and his band; first filmed interview with his family; and exclusive interviews with many musicians.|
|Credits:||Camera, Frank Axelsen, Don McGlynn ; editor, Christian Moltke-Leth.|
|Performer(s):||Featuring: Chester Arthur Burnett, Hubert Sumlin, Barbra Marks, Bettye Kelly, Son House, Bukka White, Memphis Slim, Willie Dixon, Muddy Waters, Mark Hoffman, Robert Gordon, Richard Shurman, Sam Phillips, Sonny Williams, Paul Burlison, Marshall Chess, Jody Williams, Evelyn Sumlin Goodwin, Bob Koester, Sam Lay, Billy Boy Arnold.|
|Description:||1 videodisc (90 min.) : sound, color with black and white sequences ; 4 3/4 in.|
|Series Title:||When the sun goes down.|
|Other Titles:||Secret history of rock & roll|
|Responsibility:||[presented by] Blue Sea Productions ; produced by Joe Lauro ; directed by Don McGlynn.|