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John Lee Hooker - The Great Blues Sounds Of John Lee Hooker

  • Performer: John Lee Hooker
  • Title: The Great Blues Sounds Of John Lee Hooker
  • Genre: Blues
  • Country: France
  • Record source: Vinyl, LP, Album
  • Style: Country Blues, Delta Blues
  • Label: America Records
  • Cat#: 30 AM 6077
  • MP3 album: 2741 mb
  • FLAC album: 2195 mb
  • Rating: 4.9/5
  • Votes: 244
John Lee Hooker - The Great Blues Sounds Of John Lee Hooker

Tracklist

1Sally Mae
2I Got Eyes For You
3I Need Love So Bad
4She Left Me
5Key To The Highway
6How Can You Do It
7I'm A Howling World
8It Hurts Me So
9Rease Your Daddy
10Let's Talk It Over


Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
CLP 5353John Lee Hooker The Great John Lee Hooker ‎(LP, Album)Crown Records CLP 5353US1963
US 7731John Lee Hooker The Great Blues Sounds Of John Lee Hooker ‎(LP, Album, RE, Pur)United , United Records US 7731USUnknown
UM 731John Lee Hooker The Great Blues Sounds Of John Lee Hooker ‎(LP, Album, RE, Yel)United/Superior, United Records UM 731USUnknown
CST 353John Lee Hooker The Great John Lee Hooker ‎(LP, Album)Crown Records CST 353US1963
US 7731John Lee Hooker The Great Blues Sounds Of John Lee Hooker ‎(LP, Album, RE)United Records , United/SuperiorUS 7731USUnknown


Credits

  • Design [Sleeve]Al Collins
  • Liner NotesChuck Ellsworth
  • Photography By [Front Sleeve Motive]J. P. Leloir
  • Written-ByBesman, Hooker


Notes

Made in France


Companies

  • Distributed By – Musidisc-Europe


Album

The Great John Lee Hooker - John Lee Hooker. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. John Lee Hooker. LatinAutor - PeerMusic, Abramus Digital, EMI Music Publishing, BMG Rights. Louisiana Blues - The Best Louisiana Sounds - Продолжительность: 1:59:59 Brian G. Blues Vol. 4 -John Mayall, Gary Moore,Eric of the Blues: John Lee Hooker - John Lee Hooker. John Lee Hooker is an eponymous album by blues musician John Lee Hooker recorded in Culver City, California, in 1961 and released by the Galaxy label. It was later reissued in some territories as The King of Folk Blues. Might as Well Say We're Through 2:45. Risin Sun Louisiana Voo-Doo 2:54. Lost My Job 3:01. Left My Wife and My Baby 2:59. Travelin' Day and Night 2:56. Deep Down in My Heart 2:57. Listen album. Songs in album John Lee Hooker - The Country Blues Of John Lee Hooker 1959. John Lee Hooker - Black Snake. John Lee Hooker - How Long Blues. John Lee Hooker - Wobblin' Baby. John Lee Hooker - She's Long, She's Tall, She Weeps Like A Willow Tree. John Lee Hooker - Pea Vine Special. John Lee Hooker - Tupelo Blues. John Lee Hooker - I'm Prison Bound. John L. The Great John Lee Hooker LP, Album. Crown Records 2. CLP 5353. John Lee Hooker - How Can You Do It 2:40. I Need Love So Bad - John Lee Hooker 3:30. Key To The Highway - John Lee Hooker Modern Hollywood 2:37. Zur Liste hinzufügen. John Lee Hooker was still churning out R&B-influenced electric blues with a rhythm section for Vee Jay when he recorded The Country Blues of John Lee Hooker, his first album packaged for the folktraditional blues market. He plays nothing but acoustic guitar, and seems to have selected a repertoire with old-school country-blues in mind. It's unimpressive only within the context of Hooker's body of work in comparison with other solo outings, the guitar sounds thin, and the approach restrained. John Lee Hooker was still churning out R&B-influenced electric blues with a rhythm section for Vee Jay when he recorded in April 1959 The Country Blues of John Lee Hooker, his first album packaged for the folktraditional blues market. Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest cata. The Country Blues of John Lee Hooker. The Country Blues of John Lee Hooker also known as The Folk Blues of John Lee Hooker is the third studio album by blues musician John Lee Hooker recorded in Detroit in 1959 and released by the Riverside label. The Penguin Guide to Blues Recordings said Riverside required Hooker to play only acoustic guitar. What motivated this redirection, and in particular the 'classic blues' repertoire on the first album was a view of the blues - you. John Lee Hooker, Van Morrison - Never Get Out Of These Blues Alive. John Lee Hooker - Old The Shymmy. John Lee Hooker - Mr. John Lee Hooker - Dusty Road. John Lee Hooker - I'm Bad Like Jesse James. John Lee Hooker - I'm So Excited. John Lee Hooker - Bluebird. John Lee Hooker - I'm In The Mood. John Lee Hooker - Shake It Baby. John Lee Hooker - Blues For Big Town. John Lee Hooker - It Serves You Right To Suffer. John Lee Hooker - Blues Before Sunrise


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