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I Just Dont Know - John Lee Hooker - Thats Where Its At! (CD, Album)

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  1. Mar 27,  · C all John Lee Hooker a “blues legend” and you’re not just mouthing a cliche. You’re missing the specificity of what he brought to the form, the unique strand of DNA he sent coursing.
  2. Written-By – John Lee Hooker: A3: I Need You Written-By – John Lee Hooker: A4: My Love Comes Down For You Written-By – John Lee Hooker: A5: Please Don't Go Written-By – John Lee Hooker: A6: I Just Don't Know Written-By – John Lee Hooker: B1: Slow And Easy Written-By – John Lee Hooker: B2: Two.
  3. Sep 16,  · Actually my favorite Hooker album is Mr. Lucky from Beyond that I love his old stuff where it's just him and a guitar and his foot tapping. Amazing. It's actually quite difficult to play bass along with that stuff. He's already filling that space by himself. Great stuff. With music that good I don't care whether it's the ultimate in fidelity.
  4. Don't Look Back is an album released by blues singer-songwriter John Lee Hooker in that was co-produced by Van Morrison and Mike Kappus. Van Morrison also performed duets with Hooker on four of the tracks. The album was the Grammy winner in the Best Traditional Blues Album category in The title duet by Hooker and Morrison also won a Grammy for Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals.
  5. Jun 09,  · Song Don't Look Back; Artist John Lee Hooker; Licensed to YouTube by UMG (on behalf of Original Blues Classics); Warner Chappell, UNIAO BRASILEIRA DE EDITORAS DE MUSICA - UBEM, LatinAutor.
  6. Earl Hooker / John Lee Hooker - Family Matters music CD album at CD Universe, enjoy top rated service and worldwide shipping. Spanning just five years from to , this compilation contains many of the musical highlights that resulted. Chief may not have been the most successful or prolific of blues labels, but few can doubt that its.
  7. john lee hooker was an icon of the blues, known by the wider public as the man who gave us the boogie--"boogie chillen," "boom,boom", "dimples", etc. but on this album we discover another side to mr. hooker, dark and sinister and downright malevolent. this is blues from way on the other side of town, far away from BB King at the Apollo, Muddy /5(18).
  8. A characteristic solo outing with moody compositions and that doomy one-electric-guitar-and-stomping-foot ambience, That's Where It's At! is one of Hooker's sparer and more menacing post-'50s outings, highlighted by "Two White Horses" and a seven-plus-minute "Feel So Bad," which features extended verbal sparring with an unidentified male partner. [That's Where It's At! was re-released on LP in Price: $