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Playlist of Van Morrison & John Lee Hooker

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  • John Lee Hooker & Van Morrison - Dont Look Back

    6:47

    Lyrics;
    Don't look back
    To the days of yester-year
    You cannot live on in the past
    Don't look back

    An' I've known so many people
    They're still tryin' to live on in the past
    Don't look back, whoa no-oh

    If I could call back
    All those days of yester-year
    I would never grow old
    And I'd never be poor
    But darlin', those days are gone
    Oh yeah

    Stop dreaming
    And live on in the future
    But darlin', a-don't look back
    Whoa, no-no
    Don't look back
    FADES-

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

    6:27

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

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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.

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  • Van Morrison & John Lee Hooker - I Cover The Waterfront

    6:40

    Album 2 cd ; Together (1989)
    Lyrics;Away from the city that hurts and knocks,
    I'm standing alone by the desolate docks
    in the still and the chill of the night
    I see the horizon the great unknown
    my heart has an ache
    it's as heavy as stone
    with the dawn coming on, make it last

    I cover the waterfront
    I'm watching the sea
    Will the one I love
    Be coming back to me

    I cover the waterfront
    In search of my love
    An I'm covered
    By a starlit sky above

    Here am I
    Patiently waiting
    Hoping and longing
    Oh how I yearn
    Where are you
    Have you thought back time
    Will you remember
    Will you return

    Will the one I love
    Be coming back
    To me

    Miscellaneous
    I COVER THE WATERFRONT

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  • Van Morrison & John Lee Hooker The Concert At The Beacon 1989

    1:33:31

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    Van Morrison: The Concert is the second video released by Northern Irish singer-songwriter Van Morrison, first released in 1990. Recorded in New York the previous year, the concert featured two special guests and long-time friends Mose Allison and John Lee Hooker, each of whom performed some of their own songs. This video mainly consisted of Morrison's work from his last two albums; including four songs from both Avalon Sunset and Irish Heartbeat.[1] The video also features jazz singer Georgie Fame on Hammond organ. Some reviewers have stated that Van Morrison was not in best shape during the concert, his voice was probably strained by a cold.

    All songs written and arranged by Van Morrison unless stated otherwise.

    I Will Be There - 2:17
    Whenever God Shines His Light - 5:27
    Cleaning Windows - 3:27
    Orangefield - 2:56
    When Will I Ever Learn to Live in God - 4:18
    Benediction (Mose Allison) - 3:00
    Raglan Road (Traditional) Arr. (Morrison/Paddy Moloney) - 3:44
    Carrickfergus (Traditional) Arr. (Morrison/Moloney) - 3:23
    Summertime in England/Common One - 13:25
    Caravan/Birdland (Morrison), (Joe Zawinul) - 7:31
    Moondance/Fever (Morrison), (John Davenport/Eddie Cooley) - 12:15
    Star of the County Down (Traditional) Arr. (Morrison/Moloney) - 2:14
    In the Garden - 7:33
    Have I Told You Lately - 3:29
    Gloria/Smokestack Lightning (Morrison), (Chester Burnett) - 4:28
    Serve Me Right to Suffer/T.B. Sheets (John Lee Hooker), (Morrison) - 5:22
    Boom Boom (Hooker) - 3:52
    She Moved Through the Fair (Traditional) Arr. (Morrison/Moloney) - 4:57

    The band
    Van Morrison - vocals, electric guitar, harmonica
    Georgie Fame - organ, backing vocals
    Bernie Holland - electric and acoustic guitars, backing vocals
    Brian Odgers - bass, backing vocals
    Neil Drinkwater - keyboards, accordion
    Dave Early - drums
    Richie Buckley - vocals on Common One, soprano and tenor saxophones
    Steve Gregory - tenor and baritone saxophones, flute

    Special guests
    Mose Allison - vocals and keyboard on Benediction
    John Lee Hooker - vocals and electric guitar on Serve Me Right to Suffer and Boom Boom

  • Van Morrison & John Lee Hooker - Gloria

    5:12

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  • Van Morrison & John Lee Hooker - The Healing Game

    5:06

    The Healing Game is the title song on Northern Irish singer-songwriter Van Morrison's 1997 album. It was released twice as a single in 1997 as an A-side with different B-sides - including Have I Told You Lately and Gloria. The single reached #46 in the U.K.
    Lyrics;
    Here I am again
    Back on the corner again
    Back where I belong
    Where I've always been
    Everything the same
    It don't ever change
    I'm back on the corner again
    In the healing game

    Down those ancient streets
    Down those ancient roads
    Where nobody knows
    Where nobody goes
    I'm back on the corner again
    Where I've always been
    Never been away
    From the healing game

    Where the choirboys sing
    Where I've always been
    Sing the song with soul
    Baby don't you know
    We can let it roll
    On the saxophone
    Back street Jelly Roll
    In the healing game

    Where the homeboys sing
    Sing their songs of praise
    'Bout their golden days
    In the healing game

    Sing it out loud
    Sing it in your name
    Sing it like you're proud
    Sing the healing game
    Sing it out loud
    Sing it in your name
    Sing it like you're proud
    Sing the healing game

    Sing the healing game
    Sing the healing game
    Sing it in your name

  • John Lee Hooker feat. Van Morrison - Never Get Out of These Blues Alive

    10:17

    ???? Never Get Out of These Blues Alive, 1972

  • Wasted years - John Lee Hooker / Van Morrison

    3:55

    Wasted years John Lee Hooker / Van Morrison

    Wasted years been brainwashed by lies Oh yes, I have, oh, wasted years I'm talking about wasted years Oh, I'm not seeing eye to eye

    I just can't see the things I should see Wasted years, baby

    I was taking the wrong advice I know you was, I know you was And I was too all alone I'm traveling, traveling through these wasted years

    For so long, so long, so long I was Oh, I must have gained some wisdom Down through the years I did Somewhere along the way

    Oh yes, I did, oh yes, I did That's why there can't be no more No more, no more wasted years today I got wise, I got wise to myself

    Well, baby the great sadness Oh, you've got to let it all go Oh yeah, oh yeah Van Live in the present

    Live in the future John Lee, ain't that so Oh, it's a sad feeling, oh yeah Oh, you've gotta find something To carry you through, carry you through Carry you through

    I've learned my lesson I ain't gonna do it no more, yeah Now Van, now John

    I've learned my lesson I should have a long time ago, that's right All these wasted years, wasted years I finally woke up and got wise

    I ain't gonna be Ain't gonna be no fool no more Now Van, now Van

    Ain't gonna be nobody's body's fool no more Sing the song Van, sing it with me Well all alone, all alone I've been traveling, yeah

    Traveling all along through these wasted years Dark, dark wasted years So dark here Dark, dark, dark, dark wasted years I must have gained something, yeah

    Oh, traveling along the lonely way Yeah, I've learned a lesson I'm gonna make damn sure baby, make damn sure

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  • Van Morrison/John Lee Hooker-Gloria

    5:23

    Guaranteed to have you dancing in your ride...this is about as good as it gets

  • Never Get Out Of These Blues Alive

    10:15

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    Never Get Out Of These Blues Alive · John Lee Hooker · Van Morrison

    King Of The Boogie

    ℗ 1972 UMG Recordings, Inc.

    Released on: 2017-10-06

    Producer: Ed Michel
    Composer Lyricist: John Lee Hooker

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  • Van Morrison & John Lee Hooker - Ball & Chain

    5:41

  • I Cover The Waterfront

    6:45

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    I Cover The Waterfront · John Lee Hooker · Booker T. Jones

    Mr. Lucky

    ℗ 1991 Virgin Records America, Inc.

    Released on: 1991-01-01

    Producer: Roy Rogers
    Composer Lyricist: John Lee Hooker

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  • John Lee Hooker ft. Van Morrison - Dont Look Back

    6:42

    Enjoy.

  • Jim Morrison & John Lee Hooker, Roadhouse Blues, Rock & Roll Baby!

    6:40

    Help fuel The Dutch Guy;
    Jim Morrison & John Lee Hooker Roadhouse Blues Duet
    Rock & Roll Baby!

    #JimMorrison #JohnLeeHooker

  • John Lee Hooker - I cover the waterfront HQ

    6:45

  • Dont Look Back.flv

    4:51

    two of the greatest !!
    this is what down home music is all about.

  • John Lee Hooker and Van Morrison. Baby please dont go.

    4:25

    john lee hooker and van morrison

  • Van Morrison & John Lee Hooker - Gloria

    5:18

    Van Morrison & John Lee Hooker - Gloria

  • Van Morrison documentary 1991 - Part 1 of 4

    22:25

    Van Morrison documentary 1991 - Part 1 of 4

    Superb documentary on VM - playing with Bob Dylan, John Lee Hooker, the Chieftains, and a Danish big band. Part of a 4-part upload.

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  • John Lee Hooker & Van Morrison - The Healing Game

    5:06

    John Lee Hooker and Van Morrison interpret the single of this last one.

    # Enjoy '

  • John Lee Hooker & Van Morrison Wasted Years

    4:00

    Wasted years been brainwashed by lies Oh yes,
    I have, oh, wasted years I'm talking about wasted years Oh,
    I'm not seeing eye to eye

    I just can't see the things I should see
    Wasted years, baby

    I was taking the wrong advice I know you was,
    I know you was And I was too all alone I'm traveling,
    traveling through these wasted years

    For so long, so long, so long I was Oh,
    I must have gained some wisdom Down through the years I did Somewhere along the way

    Oh yes, I did, oh yes,
    I did That's why there can't be no more No more, no more wasted years today I got wise,
    I got wise to myself

    Well, baby the great sadness Oh, you've got to let it all go
    Oh yeah, oh yeah Van Live in the present

    Live in the future John Lee, ain't that so Oh, it's a sad feeling,
    oh yeah Oh, you've gotta find something To carry you through, carry you through Carry you through

    I've learned my lesson I ain't gonna do it no more, yeah Now Van, now John

    I've learned my lesson I should have a long time ago,
    that's right All these wasted years, wasted years I finally woke up and got wise

    I ain't gonna be Ain't gonna be no fool no more Now Van, now Van

    Ain't gonna be nobody's body's fool no more Sing the song Van,
    sing it with me Well all alone, all alone I've been traveling,
    yeah

    Traveling all along through these wasted years Dark,
    dark wasted years So dark here Dark, dark, dark,
    dark wasted years I must have gained something, yeah

    Oh, traveling along the lonely way Yeah, I've learned a lesson I'm gonna make damn sure baby,
    make damn sure

  • John Lee Hooker & Van Morrison - Never Get Out of These Blues Alive

    4:59

    John Lee Hooker & Van Morrison - Never Get Out of These Blues Alive

  • Blues Vol.6 - Alma de Blues - Beth Hart, Eric Clapton , John Lee Hooker, Van Morrison

    1:10:32

    Una mezcla de celebridades de la música y de intérpretes desconocidos, conviven en esta selección de blues de gran calidad interpretativa. Como siempre los títulos al comienzo de cada tema.

  • John Lee Hooker & Van Morrison - I Cover The Waterfront

    6:01

    Together

  • Van Morrison & John Lee Hooker - Gloria

    8:46

    Une version démentielle!

  • Van Morrison feat. John Lee Hooker - Wasted Years

    3:59

    ???? Too Long In Exile, 1993

  • Gloria

    5:20

    Provided to YouTube by Sony Music Entertainment

    Gloria · Van Morrison

    Too Long in Exile

    ℗ 1993 Exile Productions, Ltd. under exclusive license to Sony Music Entertainment

    Released on: 1993-06-08

    Associated Performer: John Lee Hooker
    Mixing Engineer, Recording Engineer: Mick Glossop
    Recording Engineer: Richard Manwaring
    Mastering Engineer: Ian Cooper
    Assistant Engineer: Greig Sangster
    Assistant Engineer: Sean Leonard

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  • John Lee Hooker feat. Van Morrison - Going Down

    9:19

    ???? Born in Mississippi, Raised Up in Tennessee, 1973

  • Van Morrison & John Lee Hooker - I Cover The Waterfront

    6:41

    'Blues Buddies' album, beautiful tune. lyrics below are different to this song, but this is the best version of the song

  • Van Morrison & John Lee Hooker - Travelin Blues

    5:41

  • John Lee Hooker - Van Morrison

    8:02

    John Lee Hooker - Van Morrison

  • T. B. Sheets - Original

    7:36

    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    T. B. Sheets - Original · John Lee Hooker

    The Cream

    ℗ 2006 Charly Records

    Released on: 2006-03-28

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Van Morrison Documentary 1991 with Bob Dylan, John Lee Hooker, the Chieftains

    1:7:25

    Van Morrison Documentary 1991 con audio parlato in Italiano - with Bob Dylan, John Lee Hooker, the Chieftains, and a Danish big band.

  • John Lee Hooker & Van Morrison - Dont Look Back

    6:42

    Don't Look Back is an album released by Blues singer-songwriter John Lee Hooker in 1997 that was produced by Van Morrison, who also performed duets with Hooker on four of the tracks. The album was the Grammy winner in the Best Traditional Blues Album category in 1998. The title duet by Hooker and Morrison also won a Grammy for Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals.
    John Lee Hooker and Van Morrison finally realized their decade old plan of doing an entire CD together. The lone exception to this collaboration is the lead track produced by and performed with Los Lobos. Van duets on four tracks in addition to producing ten. Charles Brown guests and his guitarist and bassist along with Robert Cray's keyboardist and drummer supply solid backing throughout.
    The two singers had collaborated on several occasions over the years before this album was realized and had become personal friends. Morrison had first recorded the title song, Don't Look Back on his debut album as the frontman for the Northern Irish band Them and according to one of the band members, Billy Harrison, the two first met in London in 1964. Their first collaboration was on Hooker's album, Never Get Out of These Blues Alive recorded in 1972, with a duet on the title song and Hooker's cover of Morrison's T.B. Sheets. They guested on each other's albums over the years with Hooker also appearing on two films with Morrison: BBC's One Irish Rover and Morrison's 1990 video, Van Morrison The Concert.

    Don't look back
    To the days of yester-year
    You cannot live on in the past
    Don't look back

    An' I've known so many people
    They're still tryin' to live on in the past
    Don't look back, whoa no-oh

    If I could call back
    All those days of yester-year
    I would never grow old
    And I'd never be poor
    But darlin', those days are gone
    Oh yeah

    Stop dreaming
    And live on in the future
    But darlin', a-don't look back
    Whoa, no-no
    Don't look back...


    Dedicated to the One, who makes me believe that the best is still ahead....

  • John Lee Hooker & Van Morrison - Baby please dont go

    4:25

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

    6:27

  • JOHN LEE HOOKER & JIM MORRISON- THE DOORS- ROADHOUSE BLUES live.mp4

    5:32

    JOHN LEE HOOKER & JIM MORRISON- THE DOORS- ROADHOUSE BLUES live.mp4

  • John Lee Hooker & Van Morrison / Together

    6:40

    Together

  • Van Morrison & John Lee Hooker - The Healing Game

    5:14

  • Serves Me Right To Suffer/Syndicator - John Lee Hooker Feat. Van Morrison

    6:28

    'Medley: Serves Me Right To Suffer / Syndicator' by John Lee Hooker (1917-2001) with Van Morrison (1945) from his album 'Chill Out' (1995).

    Chill Out - The title track features long time supporter Carlos Santana and his band. Van Morrison further cements their longstanding friendship with a duet on Medley: Serves Me Right To Suffer / Syndicator. Charles Brown and his band join in on Kiddio and Annie Mae. Chill Out was awarded the Grammy for the Best Traditional Blues Album. (2/95)

    If you like this, you might like this playlist with some of his older and more raw recordings:

  • John Lee Hooker - Rainy Day

    5:51

    From The Album Don't Look Back (1997)

  • Van Morrison documentary 1991 - Part 4 of 4

    8:40

    Van Morrison documentary 1991 - Part 4 of 4

    Superb documentary on VM - playing with Bob Dylan, John Lee Hooker, the Chieftains, and a Danish big band. Part of a 4-part upload.

  • JIM MORRISON & JOHN LEE HOOKER

    5:39

    ROAD HOUSE BLUES LIVE

  • Van Morrison & John Lee Hooker - I Cover The Waterfront

    6:01

  • Van Morrison & John Lee Hooker - Dont Look Back.wmv

    6:44

  • Van Morrison & John Lee Hooker - Rainy Day

    5:55

  • Van Morrison and John Lee Hooker I Cover The Waterfront

    6:41

    Pure organic Van Morrison and John Lee.

  • Mix John Lee Hooker vs Jim Morrison vs Soul Train - Roadhouse Blues

    5:28

    Just for the fun...
    Music from album : Stoned Immaculate - The Music of the Doors Track 10
    Musicians: John Lee Hooker, Jim Morrison, Robby Krieger, Ray Manzarek, John Densmore, DJ Bonebrake, Flea, Gregg Arreguin, John Juke Logan and Ralph Sall
    Label : Elektra Entertainment Group
    Producer : Ralph Sall
    Coordinator [Music] – James Sall
    Edited by - [Digitally] – Stewart Whitmore for Marcussen Mastering Hooywood, CA
    Engineer – Eddie Miller
    Mastered by – Stephen Marcussen
    Mixed by – Eddie Miller, Ralph Sall
    Released : November 14, 2000

  • John Lee Hooker, Van Morrison - Baby Please Dont Go

    3:28

    A great bluessong played by great bluesmen.

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