John Lee Hooker - John Lee Hooker (1962) [USA, Blues]


Artist: John Lee Hooker
Location: USA
Album: John Lee Hooker
Year: 1962
Genre: Blues
Duration: 57:16 (with Bonuses)
Format: MP3 CBR 320


Tracks:
Tracks 01-12 written by John Lee Hooker and Bernard Besman.
Tracks 13-20 written by John Lee Hooker.
01. Might As Well Say We're Through - 2:39
02. Risin' Sun (Louisiana Voo-Doo) - 2:49
03. Lost My Job - 2:55
04. Left My Wife And My Baby - 2:53
05. Travelin' Day And Night - 2:49
06. Deep Down In My Heart - 2:52
07. Shake It Up And Go - 2:24
08. Fire At Natchez - 3:02
09. The Sweetest Girl I Know - 2:54
10. Mad With You Baby - 2:54
11. My Mother-In-Law Moved In - 3:02
12. Ballad To Abraham Lincoln - 3:02
Bonuses:
13. Let's Talk It Over - 3:03
14. Baby, You Ain't No Good - 3:11
15. Lonely Boy Boogie - 2:58
16. Drifting From Door To Door (aka When My First Wife Left Me) - 2:57
17. Don't You Remember Me - 2:41
18. Bad Boy - 3:09
19. Every Night - 2:57
20. Hey Boogie - 2:01


Personnel:
- John Lee Hooker - vocals, electric guitar, guitar, foot stomping
- Bernard Besman - producer (01-12)
- unidentified personnel (03,07)
- Eddie Kirkland - guitars & 2nd vocals (13,14)
- Eddie Taylor - guitar (19)
- George Washington - bass (19)
- Tom Whitehead - drums (19)


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Comments

  1. Hi Leena:

    No particular requests/complaints; just a note of appreciation.

    R&R Archives was the best site of its kind last year, and the ensuing 12 months have only improved it. Sure, there's always some minor snafu every now and then - but never anything that isn't quickly cleared up and overcome. The IMPORTANT thing - the music on offer - continues to be, hands-down, the #1 reason to keep this page at the top of my bookmarks. Your lineup of artists and albums is always astonishing in its depth and variety.

    Job well done; keep up the great work!

    SDJ

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    1. Now, Joe, THAT is gratifying to read. Really!

      I mean, of course there are posts that are more popular and we could just go with that trend and continue to post only things we know will be popular but we try to post as much different and varied artists as possible (inside Rock, that is, with one or two different genres here and there) and to know that is appreciated is wonderful.

      We know that all the ads is tiring, we're looking for a way, but we also believe that the whole ads thing is a minor for how much we offer here (and for free).

      So, Joe, THANK YOU! Really!

      Now a question, what you would like to see here more often? New Releases? More out of the box music? Newest stuff, etc etc etc

      I guess we sould create a poll so everyone can vote :)

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  2. I find I profit from the site more by NOT demanding/requesting titles, as the variety of music you post every day nearly always includes music that I'm previously unaware of; music I've always been int'd in that had otherwise slipped my mind; and music I already know (or know of).

    In other words - the selection you already provide us is equal or superior to any list of favorites I might provide to you. (Basically, if it's on my wishlist - and it's any good to begin with - you'll post it here eventually anyhow.)

    You just keep doing what you're doing the way that you've been doing it. Excellence should be encouraged, not "improved upon".

    SD Joe

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    1. Joe, once again, THANK YOU. Really! :)

      Anyway, let me know if something comes along the way ;)

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