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Playlist of John Lee Hooker & Lightnin Hopkins

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  • John Lee Hooker & Lightnin Hopkins - Rock with Me

    7:05

    great song.

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  • John Lee Hooker - Hard Times

    7:54

    Priceless, timeless music for your ears. Enjoy!

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  • John Lee Hooker, Lightnin Hopkins - Best of

    4:49:21

    Listen to the 100 greatest songs by the bluesmen John Lee Hooker & Lightnin' Hopkins!
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    ↓TRACKLIST↓

    1. Rollin' Blues : 00:00
    2. I Need Lovin' : 02:41
    3. Do My Baby Think of Me : 05:36
    4. Build Myself of Me : 08:29
    5. Black Cat Blues : 11:26
    6. Alberta : 14:27
    7. Boogie Chillen : 17:32
    8. Momma Poppa Boogie : 20:18
    9. Sailing Blues : 23:13
    10. Graveyard Blues : 26:00
    11. Huckle Up Baby : 28:46
    12. Three Long Years Today : 31:33
    13. Walking This Highway : 34:36
    14. Burnin' Hell : 36:53
    15. Walkin' the Boogie : 39:36
    16. Love Blues : 42:18
    17. Union Station Blues : 45:16
    18. It's My Own Fault : 48:11
    19. Leave My Wife Alone : 51:09
    20. Ramblin' By My Self : 53:55
    21. Sugar Mama : 57:14
    22. Down At the Landing : 01:00:27
    23. Louise : 01:03:21
    24. Ground Hog Blues : 01:06:24
    25. High Priced Woman : 01:09:21
    26. Women and Money : 01:12:04
    27. Dimples : 01:14:59
    28. Hobo Blues : 01:17:10
    29. I'm So Exited : 01:19:57
    30. I Love You Honey : 01:22:47
    31. Boogie Chillun : 01:25:18
    32. Little Wheel : 01:27:50
    33. I'm in the Mood : 01:30:24
    34. Maudie : 01:33:04
    35. Crawlin' King Snake : 01:35:23
    36. Every Night : 01:38:04
    37. Time Is Marching : 01:41:00
    38. Baby Lee : 01:43:59
    39. The Journey : 01:46:57
    40. I Don't Want Your Money : 01:50:38
    41. Hey, Baby : 01:53:39
    42. Mad Man Blues : 01:57:05
    43. Bluebird : 01:59:47
    44. Worried Life Blues : 02:02:48
    45. Apologize : 02:05:53
    46. Lonely Boy Boogie : 02:08:55
    47. Please Don't Go : 02:11:53
    48. Dreamin' Blues : 02:14:21
    49. Hey Boogie : 02:17:27
    50. Just Me and My Telephone : 02:19:29
    51. Hear Me Talkin' : 02:22:49
    52. Hopkins' Sky Hop : 02:25:02
    53. Lightnin's Stomp : 02:27:13
    54. Lightnin' Don't Feel Well : 02:29:49
    55. Flash Lightnin' : 02:33:08
    56. Shine On, Moon! : 02:35:32
    57. Had a Gal Called Sal : 02:38:10
    58. Remember Me : 02:40:25
    59. Let's Move (Moving On Out Boogie) : 02:42:07
    60. Blues Is a Mighty Bad Feeling : 02:44:23
    61. Boogie Woogie Dance : 02:46:45
    62. Please Don't Go Baby : 02:49:19
    63. Finally Met My Baby : 02:52:01
    64. Nothin' But the Blues : 02:54:22
    65. Lightnin's Boogie : 02:56:42
    66. Evil Hearted Woman : 02:59:13
    67. Lonesome in Your Home : 03:01:56
    68. Lightnin' Special : 03:04:38
    69. Rocky Mountain : 03:06:57
    70. Got to Move Your Baby : 03:11:54
    71. So Sorry to Leave You : 03:15:57
    72. Take a Trip With Me : 03:20:17
    73. Last Night Blues : 03:25:27
    74. Lightin's Stroke : 03:30:43
    75. Conversation Blues : 03:35:39
    76. Hello Central : 03:39:33
    77. Coffee Blues : 03:42:31
    78. Long Way from Texas : 03:45:14
    79. Mas As I Can Be : 03:48:14
    80. New Short-Haired Woman : 03:51:24
    81. Gotta Move : 03:54:22
    82. Everybody's Down On me : 03:57:02
    83. Freight Train : 04:00:01
    84. Prayin' Ground Blues : 04:02:49
    85. Don't Think I'm Crazy : 04:05:47
    86. Dirty House Blues : 04:08:35
    87. Everything Happens to Me : 04:11:34
    88. Home in the Woods : 04:14:13
    89. Tap Dance Boogie : 04:17:03
    90. Worried Blues : 04:19:38
    91. One Kind of Favor : 04:21:29
    92. Untrue Blues : 04:24:28
    93. Fast Life Woman : 04:27:34
    94. My Heart to Weep : 04:30:24
    95. I'm Never Forget the Day : 04:32:56
    96. Broken Hearted Blues : 04:35:56
    97. Ligtning's Gone Again : 04:38:46
    98. European Blues : 04:41:30
    99. Ligtning's Blues : 04:44:13
    100. Lonesome Dog : 04:47:04


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  • John Lee Hooker ~ Lightnin Hopkins - Hard times

    7:54

    Album: Blue On Blues (2002)

    John Lee Hooker (c. August 22, 1912 – June 21, 2001) was an American blues singer, songwriter, and guitarist. The son of a sharecropper, he rose to prominence performing an electric guitar-style adaptation of Delta blues. Hooker often incorporated other elements, including talking blues and early North Mississippi Hill country blues. He developed his own driving-rhythm boogie style, distinct from the 1930s–1940s piano-derived boogie-woogie.
    Some of his best known songs include Boogie Chillen' (1948), Crawling King Snake (1949), Dimples (1956), Boom Boom (1962), and One Bourbon, One Scotch, One Beer (1966). Several of his later albums, including The Healer (1989), Mr. Lucky (1991), Chill Out (1995), and Don't Look Back (1997), were album chart successes in the U.S. and U.K., and Don't Look Back won a Grammy Award in 1998.

    Discography:
    Charting Singles:
    1949 Boogie Chillen' / Sally May
    1949 Hobo Blues / Hoogie Boogie
    1949 Crawlin' King Snake / Drifting from Door to Door
    1950 Huckle Up Baby / Canal Street Blues
    1951 I’m in the Mood / How Can You Do It
    1958 I Love You Honey / You’ve Taken My Woman
    1960 No Shoes / Solid Sender
    1962 Boom Boom / Drug Store Woman
    1964 Dimples / I'm Leaving''
    1992 Boom Boom / Homework
    1993 Boogie at Russian Hill / The Blues Will Never Die
    1993 Gloria (remake)/ It Must Be You
    1995 Chill Out (Things Gonna Change)/Tupelo (remake)
    1998 Baby Lee (remake) / Cuttin' Out (remake) /
    No Substitute''

    Charting albums:
    1967 House of the Blues
    1971 Hooker 'n Heat
    1972 Never Get Out of These Blues Alive
    1989 The Healer
    1991 Mr. Lucky
    1995 Chill Out
    1997 Don't Look Back
    1998 The Best of Friends
    2002 Winning Combinations: John Lee Hooker & Muddy
    Waters
    2004 Face to Face
    2007 Hooker (box set)
    2015 Two Sides of John Lee Hooker

    Samuel John Lightnin' Hopkins (March 15, 1912 – January 30, 1982) was an American country blues singer, songwriter, guitarist, and occasional pianist, from Centerville, Texas. Rolling Stone magazine ranked him number 71 on its list of the 100 greatest guitarists of all time.
    The musicologist Robert Mack McCormick opined that Hopkins is the embodiment of the jazz-and-poetry spirit, representing its ancient form in the single creator whose words and music are one act.

    Discography:
    ~Lightnin' and the Blues 1955
    ~Lightnin' Hopkins Strums the Blues 1959
    ~Lightnin' Hopkins 1959
    ~Country Blues 1960
    ~Last Night Blues 1960
    ~Lightnin' 1960
    ~Lightnin' in New York 1960
    ~Autobiography in Blues 1961
    ~Blues in My Bottle 1961
    ~Walkin' This Road By Myself 1962
    ~Mojo Hand 1962
    ~Lightnin' and Co. 1962
    ~Lightnin' Strikes 1962
    ~Blues Hoot, with Sonny Terry, Brownie McGhee, and Big Joe
    Williams
    ~Smokes Like Lightnin' 1963
    ~Goin' Away 1963
    ~Down Home Blues 1964
    ~Coffee House Blues, with Sonny Terry and Brownie McGhee 1964
    ~Hootin' the Blues 1965
    ~Lightnin' Strikes 1965
    ~The Roots of Lightnin' Hopkins 1965
    ~Soul Blues 1966
    ~My Life in the Blues 1967
    ~Original Folk Blues , 1967
    ~Lightnin'! 1967
    ~Freeform Patterns 1968
    ~California Mudslide (and Earthquake) 1969
    ~Swarthmore Concert Live, 1964, 1991
    ~Sittin' In with Lightnin' Hopkins 1991
    ~The Hopkins Bros., with his brothers Joel and John Henry 1991
    ~The Complete Aladdin Recordings 1991
    ~Lonesome Life 1992
    ~It's a Sin to Be Rich 1992
    ~Mojo Hand: The Lightnin' Hopkins Anthology 1993
    ~Texas Blues 1994
    ~Po' Lightning, 1995
    ~The Very Best of Lightnin' Hopkins 1999
    ~Dirty House Blues 2012

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  • John Lee Hooker - Hobo Blues

    7:55

    Priceless, timeless music for your ears. Enjoy!

  • Hard Times

    7:57

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    Hard Times · John Lee Hooker

    John Lee Hooker - The King of Boogie

    Composer: Earl Franklin Cate
    Composer: Ernie Cate

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  • John Lee Hooker Lightnin Hopkins Rock with Me

    7:03

    Blues. publicación sin fines de lucro, solo para compartir.

  • John Lee Hooker & Lightnin Hopkins Rock with Me

    7:05

  • Rock With Me

    7:09

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    Rock With Me · John Lee Hooker

    John Lee Hooker - The King of Boogie

    Composer: Frédéric Chopin

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  • John Lee Hooker - All the Best

    1:1:27

    TRACKLIST
    01- Solid Sender 00:11
    02- Hobo blues 02:44
    03- Don't You Remember Me 05:27
    04-I'm In The Mood 08:33
    05- Boogie Woogie All Night Long 13:03
    06- Crawlin King Snake 15:38
    07- Dimples 18:39
    08- Drifting from Door to Door 20:52
    09- Good Rockin Mama 23:52
    10- Hug And Squeeze You (I Love You Baby) 26:25
    11- I Love You Honey 29:38
    12- It Serves Me Right To Suffer 32:16
    13- Let Your Daddy Ride 35:55
    14- Let's Talk It Over 39:00
    15- She Left Me By Myself 41:59
    16- Boogie Chillun 45:00
    17- Canal Street Blues 47:43
    18- Turn over a new leaf 50:34
    19- No Shoes 55:46
    20- Sally Mae 58:07

    John Lee Hooker - ALL THE BEST (FULL ALBUM)
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    John Lee Hooker (c. August 22, 1912[1] or 1917 – June 21, 2001) was an American blues singer, songwriter, and guitarist. The son of a sharecropper, he rose to prominence performing an electric guitar-style adaptation of Delta blues. Hooker often incorporated other elements, including talking blues and early North Mississippi Hill country blues. He developed his own driving-rhythm boogie style, distinct from the 1930s–1940s piano-derived boogie-woogie. Some of his best known songs include Boogie Chillen' (1948), Crawling King Snake (1949), Dimples (1956), Boom Boom (1962), and One Bourbon, One Scotch, One Beer (1966). Several of his later albums, including The Healer (1989), Mr. Lucky (1991), Chill Out (1995), and Don't Look Back (1997), were album chart successes in the U.S. and U.K., and Don't Look Back won a Grammy Award in 1998.

    Listen to the Best Music of:
    Etta James, Billie Holiday, Bill Evans, Stevie Wonder, Ray Charles, Nina Simone, Muddy Waters, Django Reinhardt, Louis Armstrong, Miles Davis, James Brown, Chet Baker, Ella Fitzgerald, Nat King Cole, Duke Ellington, Elvis Presley, Count Basie, Herbie Hancock, Edith Piaf, Aretha Franklin, Charlie Parker, Lightnin' Hopkins, B.B. King, Thelonious Monk, Howlin' Wolf, Quincy Jones, Johnny Cash, Chuck Berry, Paul Anka, John Coltrane, John Lee Hooker, Coleman Hawkins, Robert Johnson, Dean Martin, Oscar Peterson, George Gershwin, Frank Sinatra, Hank Williams, Benny Goodman, Art Tatum, Joe Turner, Bing Crosby, Dave Brubeck, Mahalia Jackson, Fats Domino, Marvin Gaye, Bud Powell, Sonny Rollins, Tony Bennett... and many others!

  • Lightnin Hopkins - All the Best

    1:10:01

    TRACKLIST
    01- Drinkin Wine Spo Dee O Dee 00:11
    02- Going Back to Florida 03:15
    03- Bad Luck and Trouble 06:32
    04- Beans Beans Beans 09:18
    05- Buddy Browns Blues 11:44
    06- Catfish Blues 15:51
    07- Come Go Home With Me 20:08
    08- DC-7 24:05
    09- Death Bells 28:37
    10- Fan It 32:30
    11- Goin to Dallas to See My Pony Run 35:17
    12- Jailhouse Blues 39:07
    13- My Grandpa Is Old Too! 42:25
    14- Penitentiary Blues 45:27
    15- Reminiscences of Blind Lemon 48:22
    16- Sail on Little Girl Sail On 53:23
    17- See That My Grave Is Kept Clean 57:42
    18- Tell Me Baby 59:52
    19- Trouble stay way from my door 01:02:28
    20- Blues In The Bottle 01:06:44

    Lightnin Hopkins - ALL THE BEST (FULL ALBUM)
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    Samuel John Lightnin' Hopkins (March 15, 1912 – January 30, 1982) was an American country blues singer, songwriter, guitarist, and occasional pianist, from Centerville, Texas. Rolling Stone magazine ranked him number 71 on its list of the 100 greatest guitarists of all time. The musicologist Robert Mack McCormick opined that Hopkins is the embodiment of the jazz-and-poetry spirit, representing its ancient form in the single creator whose words and music are one act

    Listen to the Best Music of:
    Etta James, Billie Holiday, Bill Evans, Stevie Wonder, Ray Charles, Nina Simone, Muddy Waters, Django Reinhardt, Louis Armstrong, Miles Davis, James Brown, Chet Baker, Ella Fitzgerald, Nat King Cole, Duke Ellington, Elvis Presley, Count Basie, Herbie Hancock, Edith Piaf, Aretha Franklin, Charlie Parker, Lightnin' Hopkins, B.B. King, Thelonious Monk, Howlin' Wolf, Quincy Jones, Johnny Cash, Chuck Berry, Paul Anka, John Coltrane, John Lee Hooker, Coleman Hawkins, Robert Johnson, Dean Martin, Oscar Peterson, George Gershwin, Frank Sinatra, Hank Williams, Benny Goodman, Art Tatum, Joe Turner, Bing Crosby, Dave Brubeck, Mahalia Jackson, Fats Domino, Marvin Gaye, Bud Powell, Sonny Rollins, Tony Bennett... and many others!

  • The Best of John Lee Hooker

    43:49

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    Tracklist:
    00:00 - Boom Boom
    02:29 - I'm in the Mood
    05:14 - Hobo Blues
    08:08 - Sugar Mama
    11:25 - Baby, I'm Gonna Miss You
    13:57 - Shake It Baby
    18:02 - Sally Mae
    21:15 - No Shoes
    23:45 - I'm So Excited
    26:43 - Tupelo (Black Water Blues)
    30:49 - I Wanna Walk
    33:03 - Dimples
    35:19 - Crawlin' King Snake
    38:09 - Boogie Chillun
    40:50- Whiskey and Wimmen

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  • Lightnin Hopkins - Woke Up This Morning

    4:31

  • John Lee Hooker & Lightnin Hopkins Rock with Me

    7:05

  • john lee hooker ft lightnin hopkins - rock with me

    7:05

    #blues#rockwithme#Mix bit

  • John Lee Hooker, Carlos Santana and Etta James - Blues Boogie Jam

    7:23

    John Lee Hooker, Carlos Santana and Etta James - Blues Boogie Jam
    Recorded Live: 7/18/1986 - Fillmore Auditorium - San Francisco, CA
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  • John Lee Hooker - Baby, Please Dont Go

    4:52

    John Lee Hooker - Baby, Please Don't Go (1959)

  • John Lee Hooker - Hobo blues

    2:44

    Essential..Pure black blues!!!!
    Lyrics:
    When I first thought to hobo'in, hobo'in,
    I took a freight train to be my friend, oh Lord
    You know I hobo'd, hobo'd, hobo'd, hobo'd,
    Hobo'd a long, long way from home, oh Lord

    Yes, my mother followed me that mornin', me that mornin'
    She followed me down to the yard, oh yeah
    She said my son he'd gone, he'd gone, he'd gone
    Yes he's gone in a, poorsome wear*, oh yeah

    Yes I left my dear old mother, dear old mother
    I left my honor, need* a crime, oh Lord
    Take care of my child,
    Take care, take care of my child Jah

  • John Lee Hooker - It Serves Me Right To Suffer 1969

    4:41

  • John Lee Hooker - Boom Boom HQ

    4:20

    Nice song...
    also in the movie blues brothers

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  • John Lee Hooker And Van Morrison: Baby Please Dont Go

    3:36

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    Known to music fans around the world as the “King of the Boogie,” John Lee Hooker endures as one of the true superstars of the blues genre. His work is widely recognized for its impact on modern music – his simple, yet deeply effective songs transcend borders and languages around the globe. Each decade of Hooker’s long career brought a new generation of fans and fresh opportunities for the ever-evolving artist, and he regularly toured and recorded up until his passing in 2001.

    Celebrate 100 years of John Lee Hooker! #Hooker100

  • John Lee Hooker & Carlos Augusto Alves Santana - The Healer

    3:54

    John Lee Hooker (August 22, 1917 -- June 21, 2001)

  • John Lee Hooker - Full Concert - 08/17/91 - Newport Jazz Festival

    50:04

    John Lee Hooker - Full Concert
    Recorded Live: 8/17/1991 - Newport Jazz Festival (Newport, RI)

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    Setlist:
    0:00:00 - Backstabbers
    0:06:12 - Baby Lee
    0:10:15 - Crawlin' Kingsnake
    0:17:25 - Highway 13
    0:22:36 - Bottle Up And Go (Incomplete)
    0:25:02 - I Didn't Know

  • Van Morrison & John Lee Hooker - Serves Me Right To Suffer ????

    6:27

    Van & john blues sessions, from album ' The Blues Buddies' ????????????????????

  • John Lee Hooker - The Boogie - Live with The Coast to Coast Blues Band, 1980

    9:43

    For more information on John Lee Hooker, visit

    Known to music fans around the world as the “King of the Boogie,” John Lee Hooker endures as one of the true superstars of the blues genre. His work is widely recognized for its impact on modern music – his simple, yet deeply effective songs transcend borders and languages around the globe. Each decade of Hooker’s long career brought a new generation of fans and fresh opportunities for the ever-evolving artist, and he regularly toured and recorded up until his passing in 2001.

    Celebrate 100 years of John Lee Hooker! #Hooker100

  • John Lee Hooker and Bonnie Raitt play Im In The Mood

    5:19

    John Lee Hooker and Bonnie Raitt perform I'm In The Mood. From the DVD John Lee Hooker & Friends 1984-92. More info at

  • John Lee Hooker - Hobo Blues from the American Folk Blues Festival, 1965

    2:37

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    Known to music fans around the world as the “King of the Boogie,” John Lee Hooker endures as one of the true superstars of the blues genre. His work is widely recognized for its impact on modern music – his simple, yet deeply effective songs transcend borders and languages around the globe. Each decade of Hooker’s long career brought a new generation of fans and fresh opportunities for the ever-evolving artist, and he regularly toured and recorded up until his passing in 2001.

    Celebrate 100 years of John Lee Hooker! #Hooker100

  • John Lee Hooker - ONLY BLUES MUSIC

    51:55

    John Lee Hooker

    ONLY BLUES MUSIC

  • Woke up This Morning

    4:32

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    Woke up This Morning · Lightnin' Hopkins

    Lightnin' Strikes, Vol. 1

    ℗ 1971 © Everest Records™ a division of 43 North Broadway, LLC. WARNING: All Rights Reserved. Unauthorized duplication is a violation of applicable laws.

    Released on: 1971-09-07

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  • John Lee Hooker and Lightnin Hopkins - Hobo Blues..!!

    7:55

    Album Blue on Blues..

    Enjoy!

    Nothing is Mine!
    I don't Belong....

  • Lightnin Hopkins & John Lee Hooker Candy Kitchen

    5:58

  • John Lee Hooker - Smokestack Lightnin

    3:27

    John Lee Hooker - Smokestack Lightin'

  • Hard times. Blues jamming/improv with John Lee Hooker & Lightnin’ Hopkins. 8th Video

    7:53

    Jamming with the great blues song ” Hard times “.

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  • Lets Pull A Party Lightnin Hopkins

    3:31

    Great Texas bluesman Lightnin' Hopkins, under the watchful eye of a very young Joan Baez, performs Let's Pull a Party. From the DVD Texas Blues Guitar. More info at

  • John Lee Hooker - Lightnin Hopkins - Hard times

    7:54

    John Lee Hooker - Lightnin Hopkins Hard times

  • John Lee Hooker Boom Boom Boom Boom Mississippi Delta Blues

    11:07

    Just a test for uploading video. One of my favorite bluesplayers. Watch and learn.

  • One Bourbon, One Scotch, One Beer

    3:06

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    One Bourbon, One Scotch, One Beer · John Lee Hooker

    The Real Folk Blues

    ℗ 1966 Geffen Records

    Released on: 1966-01-01

    Producer: Ralph Bass
    Associated Performer, Vocals, Guitar: John Lee Hooker
    Associated Performer, Piano: Lafayette Leake
    Associated Performer, Guitar: Eddie Burns
    Associated Performer, Drums: Fred Below
    Composer Lyricist: John Lee Hooker

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  • Shuffle Blues in key of A - style of Lightnin Hopkins, John Lee Hooker

    4:11

    This is an excerpt of our new blues course `Mississippi Blues and Beyond´, you can order it here: For more info, you can go to our blog

  • Lightnin Hopkins - Jailhouse Blues

    3:04

    Lightnin' Hopkins & John Lee Hooker

  • John Lee Hooker - Blues Masterpieces

    1:26:00

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    John Lee Hooker - Blues Masterpieces (The Best Of Blues Music)
    00:00:00 John Lee Hooker - Boom Boom (1961)
    00:02:33 John Lee Hooker - No Shoes (1960)
    00:04:57 John Lee Hooker - Hug And Squeeze (1955)
    00:07:38 John Lee Hooker - Crawlin' King Snake (1948)
    00:10:23 John Lee Hooker - Boogie Chillen' (1948)
    00:13:31 John Lee Hooker - How Can You Do It (1959)
    00:16:15 John Lee Hooker - Key To The Highway (1959)
    00:19:00 John Lee Hooker - I Tried Hard (1954)
    00:21:54 John Lee Hooker - Dimples (1956)
    00:24:08 John Lee Hooker - How Many More Years I Got To Let You Dog Me Around
    00:27:10 John Lee Hooker - I'm In The Mood (1951)
    00:29:51 John Lee Hooker - I'm in the Mood (With Harmonica Overdub) (1951)
    00:32:59 John Lee Hooker - It's Stormin' and Rainin' (1952)
    00:36:04 John Lee Hooker - I'm Ready (1960)
    00:38:44 John Lee Hooker - It's Stormin' and Rainin' (Alternate) (1952)
    00:41:24 John Lee Hooker - Goin' Mad Blues (1948)
    00:45:11 John Lee Hooker - It's Been a Long Time Baby (1952)
    00:48:30 John Lee Hooker - Nobody to Talk to Me (1950)
    00:51:34 John Lee Hooker - Tupelo (1961)
    00:55:30 John Lee Hooker - Good Rockin' Mama (1962)
    00:57:57 John Lee Hooker - Black Cat Blues (1949)
    01:00:59 John Lee Hooker - I'm In The Mood (Alternate) (1951)
    01:03:59 John Lee Hooker - Whiskey and Wimmen' (1960)
    01:08:36 John Lee Hooker - Hobo Blues (1948)
    01:10:31 John Lee Hooker - Baby Lee (1960)
    01:14:15 John Lee Hooker - Taxi Driver (1954)
    01:17:21 John Lee Hooker - Sugar Mama (1960)
    01:20:36 John Lee Hooker - I'm In The Mood (Version 2) (1951)

    John Lee Hooker (c. August 22, 1912 – June 21, 2001) was an American blues singer, songwriter, and guitarist. The son of a sharecropper, he rose to prominence performing an electric guitar-style adaptation of Delta blues. Hooker often incorporated other elements, including talking blues and early North Mississippi Hill country blues. He developed his own driving-rhythm boogie style, distinct from the 1930s–1940s piano-derived boogie-woogie.

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  • John Lee Hooker - Tupelo Blues

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    John Lee Hooker, who died in 2001 at the age of 83, said: ‘The blues tells a story. Every line of the blues has a meaning.’ The 60 stories these songs tell make fascinating listening: enjoy three hours plus of Bluesology including B. B. King, Muddy Waters and Lightnin' Hopkins.
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    Thelma by John Lee Hooker from the album The Very Best Of
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    Hooker is not only a blues icon but a music legend whose songs, covered by countless bands, will ensure his name lives on. Yet there is nothing quite as potent as hearing them sung by their creator: sit back and enjoy this superb compilation. Including Boom Boom, I'm In The Mood, Boogie Chillen and Want Ad Blues.
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