Some good JAMorning #blues for our friend @lynn200
Chester 'The Howlin' Wolf' Burnett recorded "How Many More Years" at the MRS studio at 706 Union Avenue, Memphis, Tennessee, in or about July 1951, singing and playing harmonica with a band comprising (probably) Ike Turner (piano), Willie Johnson (guitar), and Willie Steele (drums). The record's original A-side, "Moanin' At Midnight", described by Sam Phillips as "the most different record I ever heard", was probably recorded at a different session.
A bit of trivia, he was named after President Chester A. Arthur, the 21st president of the U. S....The only blues-man named after a president?