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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

    Listen to the Best Music of:
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    Lightnin Hopkins - The Complete Herald Singles Full Album

    1:5:04

    electric 1954 - 'nuff said

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    Lightnin Hopkins - Bring Me My Shotgun

    3:59

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    Mojo Hand - Sam Lightnin Hopkins

    3:11

    Born Sam John Hopkins in Centerville, Texas, Hopkins' childhood was immersed in the sounds of the blues and he developed a deeper appreciation at the age of 8 when he met Blind Lemon Jefferson at a church picnic in Buffalo, Texas. That day, Hopkins felt the blues was in him and went on to learn from his older (somewhat distant) cousin, country blues singer Alger Texas Alexander. (Hopkins had another cousin, Texas electric blues guitarist, Frankie Lee Sims with whom he later recorded. Hopkins began accompanying Blind Lemon Jefferson on guitar in informal church gatherings. Jefferson supposedly never let anyone play with him except for young Hopkins, who learned much from and was influenced greatly by Blind Lemon Jefferson thanks to these gatherings. Houston's poet-in-residence for 35 years, Hopkins recorded more albums than any other bluesman. Hopkins died of esophageal cancer in Houston January 30, 1982 at the age of 69. His New York Times obituary named him as one of the great county blues and perhaps the greatest single influence on rock guitar players. Hopkins' style was born from spending many hours playing informally without a backing band. His distinctive fingerstyle playing often included playing, in effect, bass, rhythm, lead, percussion, and vocals, all at the same time. He played both alternating and monotonic bass styles incorporating imaginative, often chromatic turnarounds and single note lead lines. Tapping or slapping the body of his guitar added rhythmic accompaniment. - Wikipedia - You can find one hour of Lightnin' Hopkins rare live performance 1960/1979 here : ‪

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    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.

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    Shake That Thing - Lightnin Hopkins

    4:05

    Classic Lightnin'

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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


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    Lightnin Hopkins - Have you ever loved a woman

    4:19

    Lightnin Hopkins Blues Legend

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    Lightnin Hopkins ~ Trouble in mind

    3:21

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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.

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    Lightnin Hopkins - That Meats A Little Too High

    5:31

    From 1974, His the Great Album - The Legacy of The Blues Vol. 12

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    Lesson - Baby Please Dont Go - Lightinin Hopkins style

    20:19

    TABLATURE
    This song is part of my Lesson Pack TABS Volume 2



    The tab covers the the whole song (intro, accompaniment, instrumental passage with variations and two solos).

    Link on a more detailed lesson demonstrating the slapping technique used in this song


    LInk to the lesson on the variations and solos


    More Lightinin' lessons


    Check out my new LIghtnin' ebook, 3 songs with tab and video


    Standard tuning key of E

    more free stuff at my website


    I'm playing a 1925 Gibson L3

    full performance


    Lightnin's version from the 50ie, quite different than later versions

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    Lightnin Hopkins - A Man Like Me Is Hard To Find

    4:43

    Lightnin' Hopkins tune from 1968. From Rainy Day In Houston

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    Lightnin Hopkins - Bring me my shotgun

    4:05

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    Lightnin Hopkins - Lightnin And The Blues Fantastic Album

    40:52

    It is

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    Aint No Cadillac Sam Lightnin Hopkins

    3:03

    Sam Hopkins live in the 60s on Electric Guitar... Enjoy !
    You can find one hour of Lightnin' Hopkins rare live performance 1960/1979 Here :

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    Lightnin Hopkins - Sometimes She Will HQ Audio

    2:32

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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.

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    Lightnin Hopkins & John Lee Hooker - Candy Kitchen

    5:58

    Two Legends Together! The only songs that they ever collaborated as singers have the titles: 1. Katie Mae and 2. Candy Kitchen. They are both included in Lightnin' Hopkins' album which has the title It's A Sin To Be Rich. The album has a color mainly blue...

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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).

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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

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    John Lee Hooker & Lightnin Hopkins - Rock with Me

    7:05

    great song.

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    Lightnin Hopkins Baby Youre Not Going To Make A Fool Out Of Me

    2:33

    I do not own the copyright to this recording. This video is for historical and educational purposes only.

    Composed by Sam Hopkins

    Sam Lightnin Hopkins:Vocals & Guitar

    Recorded in Houston, TX. Wednesday, February 25, 1948

    Originally issued on the 1962 album Lightnin' Hopkins Sings The Blues (Imperial LP 9186) (LP)

    This recording taken from the 1991 2-album set Lightnin' Hopkins:The Complete Aladdin Recordings (EMI CDP-7-96843-2) (CD)

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    Lightnin Hopkins - Lightnin Strikes Back 1981 Full Vinyl. Texas

    46:38

    A1 Introduction
    A2 Big Car Blues
    A3 Coffee House Blues
    A4 Stool Pigeon Blues
    A5 Ball Of Twine
    A6 Mary Lou
    A7 Want To Come Home
    B1 Rolling And Rolling
    B2 Devil Is Watching You
    B3 Please Don't Quit Me
    B4 Coon Is Hard To Catch
    B5 Heavy Snow
    B6 Walking Round In Circles
    B7 War Is Starting Again
    B8 Got Me A Louisiana Woman

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    Mississippi Fred Mcdowell ft Lightnin Hopkins- Diamond Ring .wmv

    4:23

    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.

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    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.

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    LightninHopkins - Mr Charlie

    3:39

    Mr Charlie, your rollin'mill is burnin' down

    BlackDogBluesTracks

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    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.

    Read More on Reverb:

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    Baby, Please Dont Go Lightnin Hopkins Cover

    2:41

    Cover of Baby, Please Don't Go Lightnin' Hopkins.Think It was Big Joe Williams Who Recorded It First. The Lightnin' Hopkins Version is My Favorit.

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    Lightnin Hopkins Aint Nothin Like Whiskey

    7:57

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    HABLANDO DE SAM LIGHTNIN HOPKINS: COMO TOCAR MOJO HAND Y DETALLES BIOGRAFICOS

    14:51

    HABLANDO DE SAM LIGHTNIN HOPKINS: COMO TOCAR MOJO HAND Y DETALLES BIOGRAFICOS #lightninhopkins #texasblues #clasedeguitarra
    #guitarlessons #bluesguitar

    Hola queridos y queridas, hoy atendiendo una petición vuestra os traigo un pequeño monográfico acerca del gran bluesman de Houston, Sam Lightnin Hopkins ilustrado con su tema Mojo Hand.

    Lightnin Hopkins fue un gigante del Blues, procedente de Houston, Texas, su música era de ciudad, de bares y tugurios en los barrios calientes, una escena muy diferente a la que ocurría en el Delta, zona mucho mas rural y con menos recursos.

    Hopkins es una de mis mayores influencias tocando en acústico y en el vídeo, aparte de la explicación para tocar Mojo Hand os dejo detalles acerca de su técnica y estilo combinados con anécdotas biográficas que os ayudaran a situar a tamaño personaje en su contexto correcto.

    Sin mas y recordando que podéis pedirme lecciones y si está en mis manos estaré encantado de complaceros me despido, como siempre deseando lo mejor para todos y todas, nos vemos en la próxima lección, gracias por seguirme!

    Espero que os guste, por favor no dejéis de suscribiros al Canal y seguirme en el Blog, muchas gracias!



    Por favor, os pido que os suscribáis al Canal y me ayudéis a darlo a conocer compartiéndolo con vuestras amistades. Mi intención con este Canal es el de ofrecer lecciones y clases de guitarra blues y sus géneros asociados, con lecciones de estilo y técnica cortas y realistas en las que incluyo anécdotas aprendidas a lo largo de mi carrera como música, que ya abarca mas de treinta años. También (creo) que este Canal es el único existente en Español / Castellano dedicado al Blues y sus estilos y me gustaría poder llegar al máximo de personas interesadas en aprender y conocer el Blues de verdad, comencé a tocar la guitarra hace ya 40 años y crecí teniendo que aprender a tocar directamente escuchando los vinilos una y otra vez hasta poder descifrar como tocar la pieza en cuestión, por ello quiero aportar mi granito de arena para que, quien esté de verdad interesado en aprender a tocar, y también en conocer el entorno social e histórico en el cual se desarrolló el género y sus muchas variantes o palos. Me podéis pedir que publique lecciones acerca de temas o técnicas concretas, si está en mi mano y en mi capacidad como guitarrista hacerlo, estaré encantado de hacerlo, también podéis preguntarme cualquier duda o sugerencia que tengáis para hacer este Canal lo mejor posible para los suscriptores. Las lecciones de este Canal se replican en mi página de Facebook y en mi Blog en Blogger, llamados ambos Lecciones de Delta Blues para Guitarristas Desesperados. Podéis contactarme en Facebook como Ramblin Matt, y os dejo algunos enlaces a mi página Web personal, la de mi banda, el Blog de Lecciones de Guitarra y mi página de Bandcamp con todos mis discos. Gracias por seguirme y un cordial saludo desde la costa del Mediterráneo español.

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    Lonesome Road Blues taught by Ernie Hawkins

    28:28

    For FREE PDF tab/music for this lesson go to:

    Ernie Hawkins teaches the Lightnin' Hopkins classic Lonesome Road Blues. This lesson starts off with a rare film of Lightnin' performing the piece. From the 2 DVD set Deep Texas Blues. More info at

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    Lightnin Hopkins - War News Blues

    2:47

    Lightnin' Hopkins


    ***NO COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT INTENDED***ALL RIGHTS GO TO THE ARTIST'S RESPECTIVE LABEL***I DO NOT OWN THIS SONG!***FOR ENTERTAINMENT PURPOSES ONLY***I DON'T OWN ANYTHING!!***

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    Whatd I Say - Sam Lightnin Hopkins

    2:08

    Sam Covered the Classic Ray Charles song What'd I Say

    Born Sam John Hopkins in Centerville, Texas, Hopkins' childhood was immersed in the sounds of the blues and he developed a deeper appreciation at the age of 8 when he met Blind Lemon Jefferson at a church picnic in Buffalo, Texas. That day, Hopkins felt the blues was in him and went on to learn from his older (somewhat distant) cousin, country blues singer Alger Texas Alexander. (Hopkins had another cousin, Texas electric blues guitarist, Frankie Lee Sims with whom he later recorded. Hopkins began accompanying Blind Lemon Jefferson on guitar in informal church gatherings. Jefferson supposedly never let anyone play with him except for young Hopkins, who learned much from and was influenced greatly by Blind Lemon Jefferson thanks to these gatherings. Houston's poet-in-residence for 35 years, Hopkins recorded more albums than any other bluesman. Hopkins died of esophageal cancer in Houston January 30, 1982 at the age of 69. His New York Times obituary named him as one of the great county blues and perhaps the greatest single influence on rock guitar players. Hopkins' style was born from spending many hours playing informally without a backing band. His distinctive fingerstyle playing often included playing, in effect, bass, rhythm, lead, percussion, and vocals, all at the same time. He played both alternating and monotonic bass styles incorporating imaginative, often chromatic turnarounds and single note lead lines. Tapping or slapping the body of his guitar added rhythmic accompaniment. - Wikipedia You can find one hour of Lightnin' Hopkins rare live performance 1960/1979 here : ‪

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    LIGHTNIN HOPKINS ~Devil Is Watching You

    3:58

    Just an awesome tune!!!!

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    Lightnin Hopkins - Baby Please Dont Go.MP4

    2:42

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

    3:19

    Blues

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    Lightnin Hopkins Im Going to Build Me a Heaven of My Own

    6:00

    Lightnin' Hopkins...I'm Going to Build Me a Heaven of My Own

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    Lightnin Hopkins-Im a Crawling Black Snake

    4:53

    I'm a Crawling Black Snake

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    Lightnin Hopkins | Album: The Complete Candid Sessions | Blues | USA | 1960

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    Lightnin' Hopkins - The Complete Candid Sessions [Full LP] [1960]

    1. Rainy Highway (0:00)
    2. When My First Wife Quit Me (3:10)
    3. Walk On (6:38)
    4. Lightnin's Guitar Boogie (11:11)
    5. I've Had My Fun if I Don't Get Well No More (15:17)
    6. Mister Charlie (19:16)
    7. Mighty Crazy (26:41) (My favorite track)
    8. Wonder Why (33:50)
    9. Black Cat (40:08)
    10. The Trouble Blues (46:35)
    11. Your Own Fault Baby, to Treat Me the Way You Do (51:20)
    12. Ligntnin' Piano Boogie (56:08)
    13. Take it Easy (58:42)
    14: Come Go Home With Me (1:05:04)

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    Lightnin Hopkins - The Walkin Blues

    3:26

    The Walkin' Blues by Lightnin' Hopkins from the album Bluesville Story 1960-1962
    Released 2014-04-11 on Not Now Music
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    Collected here are three Lightnin' Hopkins albums recorded for Prestige's Bluesville subsidiary. Following a path of many of the original blues recording artists, Hopkins started as an understudy to Blind Lemon Jefferson and finished as a Blues Hall Of Famer mixing with the rock aristocracy who held him in such high regard. Enjoy three of his finest albums and 39 of his best songs.
    © 2014 Not Now Music
    ℗ 2014 Not Now Music

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    Lightnin Hopkins - Brand New Car

    5:35

    Lightnin' Hopkins - Brand New Car
    From The Album 'Buked And Scorned

    Copyright 2003, 2012 Grammercy Records

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    Lightnin Hopkins - Automobile Blues

    4:35

    Automobile Blues by Lightnin' Hopkins from the album Bluesville Story 1960-1962
    Released 2014-04-11 on Not Now Music
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    Collected here are three Lightnin' Hopkins albums recorded for Prestige's Bluesville subsidiary. Following a path of many of the original blues recording artists, Hopkins started as an understudy to Blind Lemon Jefferson and finished as a Blues Hall Of Famer mixing with the rock aristocracy who held him in such high regard. Enjoy three of his finest albums and 39 of his best songs.
    © 2014 Not Now Music
    ℗ 2014 Not Now Music

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    Lightnin Hopkins - Hoo Doo Blues

    2:21

    Hoo Doo Blues by Lightnin' Hopkins from the album No Stones Unturned
    Released 2017-06-30 on Not Now Music
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    When the Rolling Stones returned to the recording studio in 2015, and topped the charts in 2016 with the album Blue & Lonesome, it was a musical trip back to the sweaty London clubs of 1963 that gave them their start. The music the Stones played at the beginning of their career was a long way removed from the pop charts. Many of the songs you will find on this collection featured regularly in the group’s live repertoire as they found their feet in the turbulent pop scene of the early 60s.
    © 2017 Not Now Music
    ℗ 2017 Not Now Music

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    Acoustic Blues Techniques - #2 Lightnin Hopkins - Guitar Lesson - Jim Bruce

    10:06

    FULL LESSON:
    JIM BRUCE:
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    Lightnin Hopkins : Life I Used To Live

    3:18

    Herald LP 1012

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    LIGHTNIN HOPKINS ~ WALKING ROUND IN CIRCLES

    3:08

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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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