Here is a trailer showing early Stones as wells a current Bill Wyman from my film:
Love the Wolf! I had heard his music done by others as a teen but didn't know what he sounded like until I bought the 'London Sessions' album. I found it in a cut out section, probably around 1975 for $1.99....best money I ever spent! I picked it up because I knew who he was and the back-up band included Wyman and Charlie Watts from the Stones as the rhythm section, with Clapton and Winwood (Ringo is on there too on 'Ain't Superstitious' recording under a pseudonym). I also wanted know more about Hubert Sumlin.
I now have a CD of it and it also resides on my MPs player 37 years later. The music is timeless, so glad he inspired people like the Stones , Clapton, Page, Taj Mahal, Captain Beefheart and Lowell George. These people are at the center of my musical universe. http://en.wikipedia.org/w...owlin%27_Wolf_Sessions