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Playlist of John Lee Hooker (w Carey Bell)

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  • Carey BELL - For John Lee

    1:56

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  • Lovie Lee with Carey Bell-Naptown

    3:02

    Lovie Lee with Carey Bell-Naptown

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  • Lovie Lee with Carey Bell-Sweet Little Girl

    3:13

    Lovie Lee with Carey Bell-Sweet Little Girl

  • My Life With Carey Bell

    6:40

    My Life With Carey Bell · Louisiana Red & Carey Bell

    Louisiana Red

    ℗ 1984 by L+R Records GmbH

    Released on: 1996-04-29

    C O M P O S E R: Iverson Minter
    L Y R I C I S T: Iverson Minter
    M U S I C_ P U B L I S H E R: Lipra Edition

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  • Blues: John Lee Hooker Colorizing and Restoring Project

    12:36

    Restored & Colorized Rare Old Blues for John Lee Hooker
    ❤️ Restored with neural John Lee Hooker footage and enhanced:
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    ❤️ More Rare Blues in Color (Playlist) -
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    Active 1940s - 1990s
    Born August 22, 1917, in Clarksdale, MS
    Died June 21, 2001, in Los Altos, CA
    Genre Blues
    Styles Acoustic Blues, Blues Revival, Country Blues, Delta Blues, Detroit Blues, Electric Blues, Electric Delta Blues, Regional Blues, Contemporary Blues
    Also Known As Texas Slim

    Blues In Color Project: Colorizing Old B&W Blues rare videos from Greatest Influential Blues Artists:

    1. W.C. Handy
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    3. Bessie Smith
    4. Robert Johnson
    5. B.B. King
    6. T-Bone Walker
    7. Muddy Waters
    8. Little Walter
    9. Lonnie Johnson
    10. John Lee Hooker
    11. Blind Lemon Jefferson
    12. Elmore James
    13. Willie Dixon
    14. Freddie King
    15. Billie Holiday
    16. Stevie Ray Vaughan
    17. Charlie Patton
    18. Ma Rainey
    19. Leadbelly
    20. Howlin' Wolf
    21. Louis Jordan
    22. Big Bill Broonzy
    23. Skip James
    24. Sonny Boy Williamson I
    25. Professor Longhair
    26. Mamie Smith
    27. Blind Blake
    28. Robert Nighthawk
    29. Memphis Minnie
    30. Leroy Carr
    31. Arthur Big Boy Crudup
    32. Ida Cox
    33. Tampa Red
    34. Sonny Boy Williamson II
    35. Lightnin' Hopkins
    36. Charles Brown
    37. Albert King
    38. Brownie McGhee
    39. Junior Wells
    40. Missippi John Hurt
    41. Jimmy Reed
    42. Ray Charles
    43. Blind Willie Johnson
    44. Big Mama Thornton
    45. Big Joe Turner
    46. Albert Collins
    47. Sleepy John Estes
    48. Rosco Gordon
    49. Otis Spann
    50. Walter Furry Lewis

    51. Reverend Gary Davis
    52. Big Maceo
    53. Blind Boy Fuller
    54. Pinetop Smith
    55. Hound Dog Taylor
    56. Roosevelt Sykes
    57. Buddy Guy
    58. Johnny Winter
    59. Big Joe Williams
    60. Mississippi Fred McDowell
    61. Slim Harpo
    62. Etta James
    63. Tommy Johnson
    64. Big Walter Horton
    65. Sippie Wallace
    66. Amos Milburn
    67. Bobby Blue Bland
    68. Victoria Spivey
    69. Otis Rush
    70. Gus Cannon
    71. Sunnyland Sims
    72. Magic Sam
    73. Memphis Slim
    74. Willie Brown
    75. John Mayall
    76. Big Maybelle
    77. Champion Jack Dupree
    78. Johnny Shines
    79. Julia Lee
    80. Josh White
    81. Sister Rosetta Tharpe
    82. J B Hutto
    83. Jesse Fuller
    84. Eric Clapton
    85. Blind Willie McTell
    86. Eddie Taylor
    87. Peatie Wheatstraw
    88. Wynonie Harris
    89. Meade Lux Lewis
    90. Jimmy Rushing
    91. Taj Mahal
    92. Koko Taylor
    93. Charles Musselwhite
    94. Luther Allison
    95. Frank Son Seals
    96. Honeyboy Edwards
    97. Ruth Brown
    98. Barbecue Bob
    99. Johnny Ace
    100. James Cotton

    Son House
    Bessie Smith
    Robert Johnson

    Robert Jr. Lockwood
    Sonny Terry
    R L Burnside
    Mance Lipscomb
    Junior Parker
    Carey Bell
    Bukka White
    Houston Stackhouse
    Robert Pete Williams
    Jimmy Rogers
    Robert Cray
    John Hammond
    St. Louis Jimmy Oden
    Helen Humes
    J. B. Lenoir
    Leroy Carr
    Nappy Brown
    Scrapper Blackwell
    Alger Texas Alexander
    Henry Brown

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  • Lovie Lee with Carey Bell - Nobody Knows My Troubles

    5:16

    Lovie Lee with Carey Bell .....Nobody Knows My Troubles

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  • Let Me Stir In Your Pot

    3:43

    Provided to YouTube by The state51 Conspiracy

    Let Me Stir In Your Pot · Carey Bell

    Deep Down

    ℗ 1995 Alligator Records & Artist Mgmt., Inc

    Released on: 2009-06-18

    Composer: Harrington
    Lyricist: Harrington

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  • Gonna Shoot You Right Down

    5:19

    Provided to YouTube by Atlantic Jazz

    Gonna Shoot You Right Down (Boom Boom) · The Jimmy Rogers All Stars

    Blues Blues Blues

    ℗ 1999 Atlantic Recording Corporation for the United States and WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the United States.

    Executive Producer: Ahmet Ertegun
    Harmonica: Carey Bell
    Assistant Producer: Elaine Koenig
    Guitar: Eric Clapton
    Bass Guitar: Freddie Crawford
    Guitar: Jimmy D. Lane
    Guitar: Jimmy Page
    Guitar: Jimmy Rogers
    Producer: John Koenig
    Piano: Johnnie Johnson
    Vocals: Robert Plant
    Drums: Ted Harvey
    Writer: Jimmy Rogers
    Writer: John Lee Hooker

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  • John Littlejohn, C. Bell, L.Burton, W. Kent & C. Jones - Live Audio Bloody Tears

    5:21

    John Littlejohn (guitar & vocals), Carey Bell (Harp & vocals), Willie Kent (bass), Larry Burton (guitar) & Casey Jones (drums) performing Bloody Tears - Live at The Pit Inn (Tokio, Japan) 1981 December 22

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  • JOHN LEE HOOKER - Shake it Baby

    4:24

  • Lovie Lee with Carey Bell - Sweet little girl

    3:14

    Blues

    Lovie Lee with Carey Bell Sweet little girl

  • Mine To Ramble

    2:14

    Provided to YouTube by Zebralution GmbH

    Mine To Ramble · Lovie Lee

    American Folk Blues Festival

    ℗ 1983 L+R Records

    Released on: 2009-02-27

    C O M P O S E R: Eddie L. Watson
    L Y R I C I S T: Eddie L. Watson
    M U S I C_ P U B L I S H E R: Lipra Edition

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  • I Wanna See My Baby - American Folk Blues Festival 1962

    3:21

    I Wanna See My Baby - American Folk Blues Festival 1962
    T-Bone Walker (g&voc), Memphis Slim (p), Willie Dixon (b), Jump Jackson (d)

  • Billy Branch

    5:05

    Billy Branch & the sons of blues, the song is Blue Bird Blues(John Lee Hooker) at Chicago blues fest.

  • Blues 101

    11:23

    What the Blues is all about ! To understand the Blues you have to know where it came from !
    Song 1. Son House / Death Letter Blues Song 2. Buddy Guy / Time I met the Blues
    Song 3.Sonny Boy Williamson / Bring it on home Song 4. Muddy Waters / Whiskey Blue
    Blues is the name given to both a musical form and a music genre that originated in African-American communities of primarily the Deep South of the United States around the end of the 19th century from spirituals, work songs, field hollers, shouts and chants, and rhymed simple narrative ballads. The blues form, ubiquitous in jazz, rhythm and blues, and rock and roll is characterized by specific chord progressions, of which the twelve-bar blues chord progression is the most common. The blue notes that, for expressive purposes are sung or played flattened or gradually bent (minor 3rd to major 3rd) in relation to the pitch of the major scale, are also an important part of the sound.
    The blues genre is based on the blues form but possesses other characteristics such as specific lyrics, bass lines and instruments. Blues can be subdivided into several subgenres ranging from country to urban blues that were more or less popular during different periods of the 20th century. Best known are the Delta, Piedmont, Jump and Chicago blues styles. World War II marked the transition from acoustic to electric blues and the progressive opening of blues music to a wider audience, especially white listeners. In the 1960s and 1970s, a hybrid form called blues-rock evolved.
    The term the blues refers to the blue devils, meaning melancholy and sadness; an early use of the term in this sense is found in George Colman's one-act farce Blue Devils (1798). Though the use of the phrase in African-American music may be older, it has been attested to since 1912, when Hart Wand's Dallas Blues became the first copyrighted blues composition. In lyrics the phrase is often used to describe a depressed mood.
    Delta Blues Men
    Muddy Waters
    1913 1983
    Luther Allison
    1939 1997
    John Henry Barbee
    1905 1964
    Lefty Bates
    1920 2007
    Carey Bell
    1936 2007
    Eddie Guitar Burns
    1928
    Paul Butterfield
    1942 1987
    Eddie Boyd
    1914 1994
    James Cotton
    1935
    Blind John Davis
    1913 1985
    Bo Diddley
    1928 2008
    Willie Dixon
    1915 1992
    Lefty Dizz
    1937 1993
    David Honeyboy Edwards
    1915 2011
    Leroy Foster
    1923 1958
    Calvin Frazier
    1915 1972
    Buddy Guy
    1936
    Phil Guy
    1940 2008
    Shakey Jake Harris
    1921 1990
    Earl Hooker
    1929 1970
    John Lee Hooker
    1917 2001
    Big Walter Horton
    1918 1981
    J. B. Hutto
    1926 1983
    Elmore James
    1918 1963
    Bobo Jenkins
    1916 1984
    L.V. Johnson
    1946 1994
    Floyd Jones
    1917 1989
    Moody Jones
    1908 1988
    Albert King
    1924 1992
    Eddie King
    1938 2012
    Freddie King
    1934 1976
    Bonnie Lee
    1931 2006
    Hip Linkchain
    1936 1989
    James Montgomery (singer)
    1949
    Nick Moss
    1972
    Charlie Musselwhite
    1944
    Robert Nighthawk
    1909 1967
    Odie Payne
    1926 1989
    Pinetop Perkins
    1913 2011
    Snooky Pryor
    1921 2006
    Boogie Woogie Red
    1925 1985
    Jimmy Reed
    1925 1976
    Soko Richardson
    1939 2004
    Jimmy Rogers
    1924 1997
    Otis Rush
    1934
    Magic Sam
    1937 1970
    Eddie Shaw
    1937
    Johnny Shines
    1915 1992
    Little Mack Simmons
    1933 2000
    Magic Slim
    1937
    Little Smokey Smothers
    1939 2010
    Otis Big Smokey Smothers
    1929 1993
    Little Sonny
    1932 2000
    Otis Spann
    1930 1970
    Arthur Big Boy Spires
    1912 1990
    Bob Stroger
    1939
    Eddie Taylor
    1923 1985
    Hound Dog Taylor
    1915 1975
    The Butler Twins
    1942 2003 /2004
    Little Walter
    1930 1968
    Baby Boy Warren
    1919 1977
    Joe Weaver
    1934 2006
    Big Mama Thornton
    1926 1984
    Johnny Big Moose Walker
    1927 1999
    Carl Weathersby
    1953
    Junior Wells
    1934 1998
    Jody Williams
    1935
    Johnny Williams
    1906 2006
    Sonny Boy Williamson I
    1918 1948
    Sonny Boy Williamson II
    c.1912 1965
    Washboard Willie
    1909 1991
    Howlin' Wolf
    1910 1976
    Big John Wrencher
    1923 1977
    Johnny Man Young
    1918 1974

  • John Lee Sonny Boy Williamson, harmonica legend: a lecture/demonstration

    30:00

    Sonny Boy Williamson? Many people--even those who aren't harmonica players or fans of the blues--have heard of him. But there were TWO great harmonica players named Sonny Boy Williamson, and many people don't know much about the first one: John Lee Sonny Boy Williamson, native of Jackson, Tennessee.

    At the invitation of Sonny Boy archivist and gravesite preservationist Michael Baker, University of Mississippi blues scholar and harmonica player Adam Gussow visited the Jackson-Madison Country Library in May 2011 to give a lecture/demonstration on the artistry of John Lee Williamson. Gussow's researches into the publishing history of Williamson's songs not only make clear that confusion about the two Sonny Boys exists at the highest level--i.e., where the money is being made--but suggests that Williamson's primary music publisher, Arc Music, has evolved a startling and hilarious way of drawing attention to his most widely covered song, Good Morning Little School Girl.

    Credit for the film production goes to: Steve Bowers / Baltimore Street Productions 124 E. Baltimore Street, Suite 222 Jackson, TN 38301 Produced for E+TV6 Jackson, TN

    Please check out Gussow's new album, SOUTHBOUND, which mixes blues, funk, and jazz, including the Allman Brothers, Freddie King, Jimmy Reed, Hugh Masekela, Chris Botti, and much more:



    If you'd like to learn how to play blues harmonica, please visit Gussow's website, Modern Blues Harmonica:



    Gussow's one-man band version of Williamson's Good Morning Little School Girl is available on iTunes and Amazon mp3s. If you're interested in learning this song, a video lesson and tab are available at Modern Blues Harmonica:

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  • LOUISIANA RED With SUNNYLAND SLIM BLUES BAND & CAREY BELL - Farmworkers Blues

    5:34

    From LP ''Reality Blues'' 1980 [L+R Records ‎– LR 42.011, Germany]
    Electric Guitar, Vocals – Louisiana Red
    Electric Guitar – Hubert Sumlin
    Bass – Bob Stroger
    Blues Harp – Carey Bell
    Piano – Sunnyland Slim
    Drums – Odie Payne

  • John Lee Hooker and Carey Bell ~ Shake it Baby

    14:47


    The music is the art of expressing feelings. It is a tool to express what is going on in the soul, the heart and mind

  • John Lee Hooker and Carey Bell

    2:58


    THE IMPACT OF BLUES on rock acts of the ’60s and ’70s was clear, but the truth is it's influenced just about everything we listen to today.

    The music is the art of expressing feelings. It is a tool to express what is going on in the soul, the heart and mind

  • Baby, Please Dont Go

    3:15

    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    Baby, Please Don't Go · John Lee Hooker

    Electric

    ℗ 2007 One Media Publishing

    Released on: 2007-08-01

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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  • Whiskey and Wimmen

    2:45

    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    Whiskey and Wimmen · John Lee Hooker

    This is Hip – the Best of John Lee Hooker

    ℗ 1967 © Tradition Records™ a division of 43 North Broadway, LLC. WARNING: All Rights Reserved. Unauthorized duplication is a violation of applicable laws.

    Released on: 1967-09-25

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  • Its All Right

    6:53

    Provided to YouTube by Believe SAS

    It's All Right (In Paris, France) · John Lee Hooker

    Live 1970 (Hd Remastered Edition)

    ℗ RR Live Recordings

    Released on: 2018-01-24

    Author: John Lee Hooker
    Composer: John Lee Hooker

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  • Baby Please Dont Go

    2:19

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    Baby Please Don't Go (Remastered) · John Lee Hooker

    Alternative Boogie: Early Studio Recordings, 1948-1952

    ℗ A Capitol Records Release; ℗ 1995 Capitol Records, LLC

    Released on: 1995-10-24

    Producer: Bernard Besman
    Composer: Bernard Besman
    Composer: John Lee Hooker

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  • Dimples

    3:27

    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    Dimples · John Lee Hooker

    Big Box of Blues

    ℗ 2014 AP Music Ltd

    Released on: 2014-05-05

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  • Shake It Baby

    4:11

    Provided to YouTube by The state51 Conspiracy

    Shake It Baby · John Lee Hooker

    American Folk Blues Festival

    ℗ 2015 Crazy Warthog Media

    Released on: 2015-07-01

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  • John Lee Hooker & Earl Hooker ~ I Dont Care When You Go&Baby Be Strong 1969

    8:00

    Modern Electric Delta Blues 1969
    Enjoy, my friends !!!
    Bass – Geno Skaggs
    Drums – Roosevelt Shaw
    Guitar – Earl Hooker
    Harmonica – Jeff Carp
    Piano, Organ – Big Moose Walker
    Vocals, Guitar - John Lee Hooker
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  • John Lee Hooker with Muddy s band

    8:36


    Some historic, priceles footage here:
    The master Boogie Man backed in 1960 by the Muddy Waters Blues band (James Cotton, Otis Spann, etc). Watch out how Mr Spann knew how to raise the temperature up!

  • Boogie Woogie All Night Long

    2:42

    Provided to YouTube by Believe SAS

    Boogie Woogie All Night Long · John Lee Hooker

    The Guitar of Blues (Doxy Collection)

    ℗ Pubblico dominio

    Released on: 2014-02-24

    Composer: John Lee Hooker
    Music Publisher: D.R

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  • John Lee Hooker - B) 5,6,7

    9:47

    B5 Just Me And My Telephone
    B6 You Have Two Hearts
    B7 Blues For Big Town

  • Louisiana Red & Carey Bell live in Germany part 2

    3:33

    Here the second song of a great concert: Louisiana Red together with harp king Carey Bell in Germany in the early nineties!
    I will upload more songs from this concert with Carey Bell in the nineties in the legendary Jazzkeller in Nuremberg.

    At 2:45 min Carey takes it over and shows that he is a great singer too - check it out!

    Enjoy & remember a true blues musician!


    Check out the other live recordings of Red on my channel:
    Check out the other rare live recordings of Red on my channel:
    Louisiana Red & Carey Bell live in Germany part 1 ( another giant of the blues.....)
    BEEN DOWN SO LONG by Louisiana Red live 1993
    mailman blues performed by Louisiana Red & Bernie Live 1992
    can't be satisfied performed by Louisiana Red Live 1992
    LONG DISTANCE CALL by Louisiana Red Live 1992

    Biography (from wikipedia)

    Minter lost his parents early in life; His mother died of pneumonia shortly after his birth, and his father was lynched by the Ku Klux Klan when he was five.[1] He was brought up by a series of relatives in various towns and cities. Red recorded for Chess in 1949, before joining the Army. After leaving the Army, he spent two years in the late 1950s playing with John Lee Hooker in Detroit.[1] He recorded for Checker Records in 1952, billed as Rocky Fuller.[3]

    His first album, Lowdown Back Porch Blues, was recorded in New York with Tommy Tucker and released in 1963, with second album Seventh Son released later the same year.[4] Louisiana Red released the single I'm Too Poor To Die for the Glover label in 1964. It peaked at number 117 on the US Billboard Hot 100, and number 30 on the Cashbox chart. Billboard did not print a standard R&B chart during 1964.

    He maintained a busy recording and performing schedule through the 1960s and 1970s, having done sessions for Chess, Checker, Atlas, Glover, Roulette, L&R and Tomato amongst others.[1] In 1983 he won a W.C. Handy Award for Best Traditional Blues Male Artist.[5][6] He lived in Hanover, Germany since 1981.[7]

    He has also made film appearances in Rockpalast (1976), Comeback (1982), Ballhaus Barmbek (1988), Red and Blues (2005) and Family Meeting (2008).[8]

    In 1994, Louisiana Red fused the blues with the urban Greek music of the bouzouki player, Stelios Vamvakaris, on the album, Blues Meets Rembetika.[3] He continues to tour, including regular returns to the US.[6]

    In 2011, Louisiana Red released Memphis Mojo to broad public acclaim.[9]

    Michael Messer (Michael Messer Music) 9AM 25/Feb/2012: I am very sorry to be bringer of such sad news that my dear friend, Louisiana Red, died this morning. He had a stroke on Monday and had been in a coma.[10]

    [edit] Awards
    1983: W C Handy Award for Best Traditional Blues Male Artist
    2009: Grand Prix du Disque (Blues) for Back to the Black Bayou
    2009: German Record Critics Award (2.Quarter) Best New Release (Blues)
    2009: Bluesnews Poll (for Back to the Black Bayou)
    2010: Blues Music Award (Acoustic Artist of the Year)
    2010: Blues Music Award (Acoustic Album of the Year) for You Got To Move

  • Shake It Baby

    4:06

    Provided to YouTube by Believe SAS

    Shake It Baby (Remastered) · John Lee Hooker

    Blues Collection (80 Classic Blues Songs from BB King to Aretha Franklin)

    ℗ Golden Recordings

    Released on: 2014-12-08

    Music Publisher: D.R
    Author: John Lee Hooker
    Composer: John Lee Hooker

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  • Im Going Upstairs

    6:38

    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    I'm Going Upstairs · Carey Bell

    Brought Up The Hard Way

    ℗ 1988/1989/1990/1997 JSP Records

    Released on: 2005-07-19

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  • JOHN LEE HOOKER - I Wanna Be Your Puppy Baby

    4:08

    The Speech. August 15, 1970 Paris France.

  • Billy Branch en Posadas - Boom Boom.

    10:18

    Gran momento de Billy Branch en Posadas con estos clàsicos de John Lee Hooker: Boom Boom y Boogie Chulin.Banda de acompañamiento: Rula Mracial y Gustavo Sànchez Haase en guitarras,Darìo Càceres en bajo,y Walter Loscocco en baterìa.Viernes 19/10/12,Hotel Julio Cèsar de Posadas.

  • My God Is Holy

    3:52

    Provided to YouTube by DistroKid

    My God Is Holy (Single Edit) · John Lee Hooker Jr.

    Testify

    ℗ Steppin' Stone Records

    Released on: 2020-02-14

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  • JOHN LEE HOOKER - SHAKE IT BABY

    4:26

  • Never Get Out Of These Blues Alive With Van Morrison | Relaxing Blues & Rock Music 2018 | HiFi

    10:15

    Never Get Out Of These Blues Alive With Van Morrison | Relaxing Blues & Rock Music 2018 | HiFi (4K)

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  • Carey Bell & Jim Kahr meeting 1997...a blast from the past

    5:52

    Legendary Carey Bell feat. Jim Kahr meet at jam session in Kammgarn Cotton Club / Kaiserslautern, Germany 1997. JK and Carey played together back in the 70's around Chicago Blues scene.
    This was a fan amateur video recording with his new cam. So lucky somebody caught this exciting moment in history on video!

  • John Lee & Earl Hooker - If You Take Care Of Me Ill Take Care Of You

    3:39

    From If you miss 'im...i got 'im LP (1969). Jeffrey Carp on harmonica.

  • Jeff Healey - Blow Wind, Blow

    5:06

    Artist........: Jeff Healey
    Title..........: Blow Wind, Blow
    Album......: The Jimmy Rogers All Stars - Blues Blues Blues
    Year..........: 1999
    Genre.......: Blues
    Label........: Atlantic (83148-2)

    Album's Infos:
    Art Direction, Design – Jennifer Barbato
    Bass – Freddie Crawford
    Co-producer – Elaine Koenig
    Drums – Ted Harvey
    Executive Producer – Ahmet Ertegun
    Guitar – Jimmy D. Lane , Jimmy Page (track 12), Keith Richards (tracks: 3, 7, 10)
    Guitar, Producer, Photography By [Cover], Liner Notes – John Koenig (track 4)
    Harmonica – Carey Bell (tracks: 2, 5, 8, 12), Kim Wilson (tracks: 1, 3, 6, 7, 10, 11)
    Mastered By – Bernie Grundman
    Photography By – William Claxton
    Piano – Johnnie Johnson (tracks: 1-3, 5-12)
    Vocals – Mick Jagger (tracks: 3, 7, 10, 12), Robert Plant (tracks: 12)
    Vocals, Guitar – Eric Clapton (tracks: 2,8,12), Jeff Healey (track 1), Jimmy Rogers , Lowell Fulson (track 5), Stephen Stills (tracks: 6, 11)
    Vocals, Harmonica – Taj Mahal (tracks: 4, 9)

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  • James Cotton-Hit Man

    2:41

    James cotton, Billy Branch, Junior Wells, Carey Bell

  • John Lee Hooker - Boogie Chillen

    2:36

    A great blues tune

  • Whiskey And Wimmen

    2:58

    Provided to YouTube by IIP-DDS

    Whiskey And Wimmen · John Lee Hooker

    Travelin'

    ℗ Roots

    Released on: 2014-11-01

    Artist: John Lee Hooker

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  • Going Up And Down

    5:09

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    Going Up And Down · Earl Hooker, Carey Bell, Mack Thompson, Robert St. Julien

    American Folk Blues Festival

    ℗ 1970 by L+R Records GmbH by L+R Records GmbH, 1991

    Released on: 1991-03-15

    Music Publisher: Copyright Control
    Composer: Earl Hooker
    Lyricist: Earl Hooker

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  • Blue Shadows Fall

    5:14

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    Blue Shadows Fall · Earl Hooker, Carey Bell, Mack Thompson, Robert St. Julien

    American Folk Blues Festival

    ℗ 1970 by L+R Records GmbH by L+R Records GmbH, 1991

    Released on: 1991-03-15

    Music Publisher: Copyright Control
    Composer: Earl Hooker
    Lyricist: Earl Hooker

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  • Carey Bell & Jimmy Dawkins ~ Tribute 1969

    12:25

    Modern Electric Harmonica Chicago Blues 1969
    Jimmy Dawkins guitar Pinetop Perkins piano
    Joe Harper bass Willie Williams drums
    Track List
    ''Sad Dreams '' , ''You Know It Ain't Right''
    ''I Wanna Will My Love To You''
    Enjoy , my friends !!!
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  • Walkin Through The Park

    2:43

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    Walkin' Through The Park · Carey Bell

    Mellow Down Easy

    ℗ 1991 BLIND PIG RECORDS

    Released on: 1991-03-01

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  • Carey Bell & Louisiana Red, When a woman gets in trouble

    5:13

    I do not own the copyrights to this recordings, so if it needs to be removed, I will remove it.

  • John Lee HOOKER boogie chillen & dimples

    5:17

  • Lurrie Bell Your Wild Thing Aint Wild Enough

    3:44

    Here's Lurrie Bell from his Mercurial Son CD. There are two different versions of this tune - this instrumental version which features Lurrie's white-hot guitar work, and a vocal version featuring Big-Time Sarah. Willie Black is on bass and Steve Cushing on drums. This was a tune composed in the recording studio - we never played this on the bandstand. The rhythm tracks were recorded on the first day with Rocking Johnny playing guitar on a scratch track in Lurrie's place. Lurrie came in the next day to add his part. Since he'd never heard the tune I started to play it for him so he'd get familiar with it but after thirty seconds he told us to rewind it - that he was ready to lay down his track. This is what he did with it!

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