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Livewire Blues Power – Howlin’ Wolf

Danny Mott 1 April 2024 739 126 4

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Rocking Daddy – Howlin’ Wolf w. Eric Clapton & Ian Stewart & Phil Upchurch & Charlie Watts
I Ain’t Superstitious – Howlin’ Wolf w. Eric Clapton & Stevie Winwood & Ringo Starr
Worried About My Baby – Howlin’ Wolf
The Red Rooster – Howlin’ Wolf w. Eric Clapton & Bill Wyman & Charlie Watts
Highway 49 – Howlin’ Wolf
Wang Dang Doodle – Howlin’ Wolf
Commit A Crime – Howlin’ Wolf
Poor Boy – Howlin’ Wolf
Cause Of It All – Howlin’ Wolf
Built For Comfort – Howlin’ Wolf
Sitting On Top Of The World – Howlin’ Wolf
Who’s Been Talking – Howlin’ Wolf w. Eric Clapton & Stevie Winwood & Bill Wyman & Charlie Watts
Do the Do – Howlin’ Wolf w. Eric Clapton & Ian Stewart & Bill Wyman & Charlie Watts
Poor Boy – Howlin’ Wolf w. Eric Clapton & Stevie Winwood & Bill Wyman & Charlie Watts
What A Woman – Howlin’ Wolf w. Eric Clapton & Stevie Winwood & Bill Wyman & Charlie Watts
Wang Dang Doodle – Howlin’ Wolf w. Eric Clapton & Stevie Winwood & Bill Wyman & Charlie Watts

“I couldn’t do no yodelin’, so I turned to howlin’. And it’s done me just fine.”

howlin’ wolf


The blues tradition began in North America, coming out of the very soul of the earth. Blood, sweat and tears enriched the fertile ground that formed the roots that fed the soul of the people. It exuded itself through the music, we are the blues.

Having grown up on the borderline of the USA, and picking up that great late night blues radio, coming clear from Detroit and Chicago, we grew up accustomed to blues power. It was coming from everywhere. It makes for a vast reservoir of musical knowledge and experience to draw from.

Livewire Blues Power plays classic recordings from the all-time blues greats, as well as blues from around the world rooted in the tradition, and Livewire Blues Power also introduces the music of the Soo’s blues artists to blues fans everywhere.

About Your Host


DANNY MOTT was born in England and raised in Canada. Danny has been involved in myriad recordings and in various countries, most notably in Jamaica and Cuba.

Danny’s music is released under the moniker, “Mocombo” where he acts as composer, producer, engineer and musician. Mocombo is a versatile band project that shifts effortlessly between world music, traditional blues, Cuban jazz and blues rock.

Danny has a rich academic background in music that includes various diplomas, degrees and certificates. Danny’s studies include; Classical guitar from the Algoma Conservatory of Music; Composition, performance, music history, music business and retailing from Humber College of Applied Arts; North Indian Hindustani classical music at the Academy Of Eastern Fine Arts; Adult teaching techniques for music at Sault College of Applied Arts and Technology; Music education at the University of Victoria; Studio recording from the Institute of Recording and Arts; Music theory at the Royal Conservatory of Music; Music and anthropology at Laurentian University in Sudbury, Dean’s Honour List; Religious traditions of Islam at the University of Waterloo.

Danny’s music performance and work history are also impressive. As a tour promoter, acts like Gordon Lightfoot and Ravi Shankar; as a music teacher at Nelson Music in B.C.; Music Marketing Director and music technician at Saved By Technology in Toronto, with a client list including the Rolling Stones, Rush, Barenaked Ladies, Jane Siberry, and many more; Marketing and Sales Director for On Publications Inc., a national distribution of music print medium company; Marketing Director for Roy Creations International in Montreal, for the Canadian Recording Industry Association.

Danny has orchestrated several projects, including a film in the Cuban language, with the participation of Cuba’s National Dance Company.

Danny’s project, Mocombo, has issued seven outstanding CDs: Odyssey, Zubie Zubie, Dreamscape, Flophouse Daddy, Flophouse Daddy Returns (Boldly Going Nowhere), Global 360 and Mocombo in Habana Project (2 CD set).

Danny Mott

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