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John Lee Hooker - The Blues album flac

Performer: John Lee Hooker
Title: The Blues
Released: 1960
Style: Country Blues, Delta Blues, Chicago Blues
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 203
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Songs in album John Lee Hooker - The Blues (1960).

John Lee Hooker Sings the Blues is a 1961 album by John Lee Hooker, and released by Crown Records under the label reference of CLP 5232. The album was produced in 1960 by Orrin Keepnews, and featured jazz bassist Sam Jones and drummer Louis Hayes from Cannonball Adderley's band. 2Hug & Squeeze You". Boogie Woogie All Night Long". Let Your Daddy Ride". Turn Over A New Leaf". Don't You Remember Me". "Driftin From Door To Door".

Songs in album John Lee Hooker - The Country Blues Of John Lee Hooker (1959). She's Long, She's Tall, She Weeps Like A Willow Tree. 02:48 320 Кб/с 229. 5.

This 1959 Chess album collects 1951-1954 efforts by John Lee Hooker. Some important titles here are the ominous "Leave My Wife Alone," the stark "Sugar Mama," "Ramblin' by Myself," and with Eddie Kirkland on second guitar, "Louise" and "High Priced Woman.

I'm surprised it isn't noted that track "Sally Mae" is missing - at least on the United Superior version US-7769. There are only five tracks on side B of this version, despite the song being listed both on the Album cover and the LP's hub label! Reply Notify me Helpful.

More By John Lee Hooker. See All. Endless Boogie. It Serves You Right to Suffer. More Real Folk Blues - The Missing Album. Never Get Out of These Blues Alive. The Best of Hooker N Heat. Canned Heat & John Lee Hooker.

Album, 1959, Vee Jay Records. Album, 1969, Stax Records. 1. Teachin' the Blues. 2. Goin' to Louisianna.

One of the true masters from the blues, John Lee Hooker, developed his own musical style during the 50s and 60s. His recordings during the period 1951-1954 are collected on the album House of the Blues. You can feel the thrilling blues while listening to his heartbreaking blues story's. With his characteristic voice and his own interpretation of the boogie he was rightly named "King of the Boogie". On the album you'll find deeply effective songs like "Walkin' the Boogie" and "Ground Hog Blues"  . John Lee Hooker never slowed down during his longtime career as a musician. Onwards from the mid-40s he recorded a few hundred songs. During the folk movement in the 60s he was rediscovered and introduced to a new public. 180 gram audiophile vinyl. 12 early blues songs written and performed by acclaimed blues itarist.

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