HOW MANY MORE YEARS

Latest update on 22/12/2011

Artist: Howlin' Wolf
Author: Chester Burnett
Label: Chess
Year: 1951

His first single, cut by Sam Phillips in Memphis for Chess in Chicago, with Moanin' At Midnight on the B-side and with Ike Turner on piano. Later he cut it as No Place To Go.

Covers:

1968:

Fleetwood Mac [as No Place To Go]

1968:

John Hammond [and in '92 as No Place To Go]

1969:

Led Zeppelin [as How Many More Times but more a cover of Wolf's No Place To Go; self credited as usual]

1969:

Climax Blues Band

1971:

Little Feat [in medley with 44 Blues]

1972:

Freddie King

1980:

R.L. Burnside

1981:

Nighthawks

1986:

Paul Lamb

1987:

Big Jack Johnson

1988:

Phillip Walker

1995:

Big Sugar [as How Many More Times]

1996:

Mike Henderson

1997:

Lurrie Bell

2000:

T-Model Ford

2002:

44 Rave [as No Place To Go]

2003:

Jimmy Burns

2003:

Pat Travers [as How Many More Times]

2006:

Bo Ramsey [as No Place To Go]

2006:

Dion

2008:

B.B. King

2011:

T-Model Ford & GravelRoad [and also as I Worn My Body For So Long]

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