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As far as singing goes, I wanted to do something new and have a style that wasn't too common. I was inspired by the records of Jimmie Rodgers, a white singer of that time. He was called the 'yodeling singer' because he would sing some parts in a head voice, like the Swiss yodelers. I took that idea and adapted it to my own abilities. I couln't do no yodelin' so I turned to howlin'. And it's done me just fine - Howlin' Wolf

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I'll sho'ly podcast for you some day
« on: November 13, 2006, 11:12:11 PM »
This has been out for awhile, but someone just brought it to my attention; thought y'all might be interested. There's an interview with yours truly (after the guy's opening remarks and the first song, if you want to fast-forward directly to it) on this episode, and I must say, it's pretty cool! Cheers, Chezz
http://www.pdxbluescast.com/index.php/?p=42

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