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Playlist of Lightnin' Hopkins

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  • Lightnin Hopkins - Woke Up This Morning

    4:31

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  • Baby, Please Dont Go - Lightnin Hopkins

    2:46

    Lightnin' Hopkins performs Baby, Please Don't Go. From his Vestapol DVD collection Lightnin' Hopkins - Rare Performances 1960-1979

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  • 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

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  • Woke up This Morning

    4:32

    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    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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  • LIGHTNIN HOPKINS Live 1964

    8:13

    Para que no haya, ya a estas alturas, la menor duda, ni equívocos, ni open-minded ni leches: ESTO es el Blues.

  • Lightnin Hopkins - Bring Me My Shotgun

    3:59

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  • Lightnin Hopkins - Have you ever loved a woman

    4:19

    Lightnin Hopkins Blues Legend

  • Lightnin Hopkins ~ Trouble in mind

    3:21

  • LIGHTNIN HOPKINS ~Devil Is Watching You

    3:58

    Just an awesome tune!!!!

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  • Lightin Hopkins pt 1

    9:44

    Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for fair use for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use.

  • Sam Lightnin Hopkins - Cotton

    4:45

    The enduring musical journey of Sam Lightnin' Hopkins began on a cotton farm in Centerville,Texas in 1912. He was drawn to the music he heard played by an older brother. After meeting up with Dallas bluesman Blind Lemon Jefferson, Sam left the hardscrabble life of the Texas cotton fields, determined to play his way to better circumstances.

  • Lightning hopkins - mojo hand

    3:26

    Lightning hopkins doing an awesome version of mojo hand

  • Lightnin Hopkins & Billy Bizor - Where She Used to Lay

    2:19

    from The Blues Accordin' to Lightnin' Hopkins documentary by Les Blank

  • Lightnin Hopkins - The Legacy Of The Blues Vol. 12.

    42:56

    Full Vinyl Album: Lightnin' Hopkins ‎– The Legacy Of The Blues Vol. 12. 1974.
    Producer, Liner Notes, Photography By – Sam Charters
    Recorded at Doggett Sound Studio, Houston, Texas 1974.

    Track list.

    01. Please Help Poor Me 0:14
    02. Way Out In Abilene 4:15
    03. Don't You Call That Boogie 8:25
    04. Swing In The Backyard 12:03
    05. The Hearse Is Backed Up To The Door 15:53
    06. That Meat's A Little Too High 21:23
    07. Let Them Little Things Be True 26:49
    08. I Been Burning Bad Gasoline 31:52
    09. Don't You Mess With My Woman 36:09
    10. Water Fallin' Boogie 39:37

    Bass – Ozell Roberts, Rusty Myers
    Drums – Larry Bones McCall
    Guitar, Vocals – Lightnin' Hopkins
    Harmonica – Ira James


    I do not have the rights for the music and photos.
    I hope to enjoy with this!

    (In ancient Greek “onos” meaning donkey.)

  • John Lee Hooker & Lightnin Hopkins - Rock with Me

    7:05

    great song.

  • 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

  • Lightnin Hopkins Aint Nothin Like Whiskey

    7:57

  • Lightnin Hopkins Twelve-Bar Blues Licks | Reverb Learn to Play

    6:36

    Jeff Massey is back to teach us how to play some Lightnin' Hopkins twelve-bar blues. The Texan bluesman's techniques work beautifully on both acoustic and electric guitars due to the use of single-note lines. So pick up any guitar you have handy, and follow along with Jeff.

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  • Lightnin´Hopkins... My starter won´t start this morning

    3:19

    Blues

  • Jimmie Vaughan & Lightnin‘ Hopkins - Powerful stuff

    2:42

    Bluesman Kirk Fletcher talks about the two Texas Blues legends Jimmie Vaughan and Lightnin‘ Hopkins. Similarities between country Blues and Rock & Roll. Also touching on Big Bill Broonzy.

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  • Lightnin Hopkins - Bring me my shotgun

    4:05

  • SAM LIGHTNIN HOPKINS - MOJO HAND - FULL ALBUM -1962

    37:42

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  • ????Blues Chronicles #26: Lightnin Hopkins - Guitar History Lesson - Reverend Robert Jones

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  • Lightnin Hopkins - Lightnins Blues

    3:34

    Live performance of Lightnins Blues from Lightnin Hopkins at the American Folk Blues Festival in the 60s.

    All copyrights by Reelin in The Years Productions LLC & Experience Hendrix LLC

    If you like it you can buy also the whole DVD here


  • Bring Me My Shotgun - Lesson Trailer

    3:13

    Lesson and TAB available at:

  • Mojo Hand - Sam Lightnin Hopkins

    3:11

  • Lightnin Hopkins - Black Cat Blues

    4:13



    Sam 'Lightnin' Hopkins was a very influential Texas Blues musician whose songs have inspired everyone from the likes of Jimi Hendrix and Stevie Ray Vaughn to The Red Hot Chili Peppers, and many points in between. Hopkins began his career in the 1920's and for the next sixty years barely altered inimitable his style.

  • Lightnin hopkins - Lonesome Road Blues

    2:19

    Old video of lightnin' Hopkins playing guitar and singing Lonesome Road. Enjoy!!!

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  • LightninHopkins - Mr Charlie

    3:39

    Mr Charlie, your rollin'mill is burnin' down

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  • Sam Lightnin Hopkins tells the story of Mr. Charlies Rolling Mill.

    7:21

    The Man the Myth the Legend from Centerville Texas.

  • Texas blues legend Sam Lightnin Hopkins - Where Lightnin Strikes

    4:43

    Houston-based Fast Cut Films, in association with Sunset Productions, is working on a documentary feature film, Where Lightnin' Strikes, about the life and times of Houston blues legend Sam Lightnin' Hopkins (1912-1982). His music inspired generations around the world from the Texas Gulf Coast, Mississippi delta to the British invasion. The enduring musical journey of Sam Lightnin' Hopkins began on a cotton farm in Centerville,Texas in 1912. He was drawn to the music he heard played by an older brother. After meeting up with Dallas bluesman Blind Lemon Jefferson, Sam left the hardscrabble life of the Texas cotton fields, determined to play his way to better circumstances.
    Possessing a sharp wit and a unique ability for endless improvisation, Lightnin became a master storyteller. He was able to convey profound truths about the human condition via poetic imagery. The Po' Lightnin that inhabited his tales of struggle and misery became the Everyman that black audiences identified with and white audiences flocked to performances to experience.Whether playing on a street corner on Dowling Street or at Carnegie Hall his style defined Texas blues. He sounded like no one else yet influenced every one. His unique musical style influenced generations of blues, rock, country and soul musicians as well as filmmakers, writers and painters. Over the course of his 60-year career, Lightnin' Hopkins recorded more music than any other blues artist. His discography includes more than 100 albums for more than twenty different recording labels. He made Houston his home in the 1940s. In 1982, his funeral drew more than 4,000 devoted fans and musicians to the city to celebrate and honor him.
    The film, currently in production, includes on-camera interviews with family members, band members, historians, eyewitnesses and musicians influenced by Lightnin's work. Additionally the film will explore Lightnin's influence on artists outside of music including painters, sculptors and writers. These interviews will be combined with archival photographs, newsreels, and performance footage.

  • Mr Charlie - Original

    7:00

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    Mr Charlie - Original · Lightnin' Hopkins

    Free Form Patterns

    ℗ 2006 Charly Records

    Released on: 2006-03-28

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  • Lightnin Hopkins - How Long Have It Been Since You Been Home?

    2:50

    A fragment from The Blues Accordin' to Lightnin' Hopkins, directed by
    Les Blank (1970).

  • Lightnin Hopkins - Blues Is A Feeling

    8:01

    Lightnin Hopkins - Blues Is A Feeling

  • The Blues Accordin to Lightnin Hopkins | Lightnin Hopkins Live

    4:13

    The Blues Accordin' to Lightnin' Hopkins (1967) | Lightnin' Hopkins Live
    Clip from The Blues Accordin' to Lightnin' Hopkins A Documentary Film by Les Blank.
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  • Lightnin Hopkins-I Just Dont Care

    2:49

    I Just Don't Care

  • Lightnin Hopkins - War Is Starting Again

    3:09

    Lightnin' Strikes Back (1962)

  • Lightnin Hopkins - Wonder Why

    6:25

    Lightnin' Hopkins - Wonder Why

    album: Lightnin' In New York
    artist: Sam Lightnin' Hopkins
    Candid Records 8010 (1960) (mono)
    Candid Records 9010 (1960) (stereo)
    recording engineer: Bob d'Orleans
    supervision: Nat Hentoff
    recorded: November 15th, 1960

  • LIGHTNIN HOPKINS ~Someday Baby

    2:41

    Lightnin's take on it!!!

  • LP-LIGHTNIN HOPKINS.

    33:34

  • Lightnin Hopkins Grandes maestros del blues 5

    1:4:17

    01. MIGHTY CRAZY (L. Hopkins)
    02. YOUR OWN FAULT, BABY, TO TREAT ME THE WAY YOU DO (L. Hopkins)
    03. I'VE HAD MY FUN IF I DON'T GET WELL NO MORE (L. Hopkins)
    04. THE TROUBLES BLUES (L. Hopkins)
    05. LIGHTNIN'S PIANO BOOGIE (L. Hopkins)
    06. WONDER WHY (L. Hopkins)
    07. MISTER CHARLIE (L. Hopkins)
    08. TAKE IT EASY (L. Hopkins)
    09. BLACK CAT BLUES (L. Hopkins)
    10. LONG WAY FROM TEXAS (L. Hopkins)
    11. WHISKEY, WISKEY (L. Hopkins)
    12. SUICIDE BLUES (L. Hopkins)

  • Lightning Hopkins Guitar Lesson - Turnarounds in E

    5:29



    Lesson TAB

  • Lightnin Hopkins: Two Songs

    5:54

    Texas blues guitar giant Lightnin' Hopkins performs Hurricane Beulah and Baby, Scratch My Back in this clip from 1960. From the DVD Lightnin' Hopkins: Rare Performances 1960-1979. More info at

  • Goin Back Home : Lightnin Hopkins

    4:43

  • Lightnin Hopkins Shaggy Dad

    2:45

  • Sam Lightnin Hopkins -- That woman named Mary

    5:22

    Sam making it do what Sam make it do!

  • LIGHTNIN HOPKINS - Lightnins Boogie

    2:34

    LIGHTNIN' HOPKINS/Lightnin's Boogie
    Herald LP 1012
    This Number Original Herald 425
    Hoston, April 1954

  • LIGHTNIN HOPKINS walkin blues

    3:01

  • Lightnin Hopkins - Rocky Mountain Blues

    3:54

    I Do Not Own The Copyright To This Recording..But I Love This Song!
    This Video Is For Historical & Educational Purposes....

  • Lightnin Hopkins-DC-7

    4:34

    DC-7

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