Robert ‘Wolfman’ Belfour is really a little-known but very powerful blues guitarist and vocalist located in Memphis, Tennessee. Delivered to sharecropper parents on the plantation in Holly Springs, Mississippi, he started playing electric guitar in the past due ’40s following the loss of life of his dad who still left the device to him. He discovered by emulating the noises of such greats as John Lee Hooker, Muddy Waters, and his idol, Howlin Wolf, because they had been getting broadcast on his mother’s battery-operated radio. He was also inspired somewhat by his neighbor, Junior Kimbrough. Belfour’s design is deeply-rooted within the noises of his North Mississippi birthplace. It really is an extremely rhythmic and riff-oriented kind of playing that may also be noticed in the task of additional players from the spot, like Jessie Mae Hemphill, R.L. Burnside, as well as the past due Fred Mcdowell. Belfour relocated to Memphis in 1968 and began playing on Beale road in the first 80s in the recommendation of his wife. He was documented by musicologist David Evans in 1994 for the German-based Warm Fox label, playing eight tunes on the 20-track compilation, The Soul Lives On, Deep South Nation Blues and Spirituals within the 1990s. The record also features choices from experienced barrelhouse piano participant and long-time Memphis resident Mose Vinson, who’s also a indigenous of Holly Springs. Although Belfour is usually virtually unkown in america, he makes annual trips to European countries to execute for enthusiastic and incredibly appreciative crowds who’ve a deep reverence for genuine country blues, liberating What’s Wrong along with you in middle-2000.