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Back To Your Mother - John Lee Hooker - Get Back Home In The U.S.A. (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Sep 09,  · Master Mix Di B.B. King & Jonh Lee Hooker. Category Music; Song Get Off My Back Woman (Album Version) Artist B.B. King.
  2. John Lee Hooker (August 22, or – June 21, ) was an American blues singer, songwriter, and guitarist. The son of a sharecropper, he rose to prominence performing an electric guitar-style adaptation of Delta isbronmatpaddnerlucatortelesinccons.coinfo often incorporated other elements, including talking blues and early North Mississippi Hill country isbronmatpaddnerlucatortelesinccons.coinfo developed his own driving-rhythm boogie style.
  3. Jun 09,  · 13 videos Play all John Lee Hooker - "Don't Look Back" - Full Album Stream John Lee Hooker Official Ain't No Big Thing - Duration: John Lee Hooker Official 2, views.
  4. With new John Lee Hooker songs, new versions of old Hooker songs, four duets with and a new song by Van Morrison, Don't Look Back continues the venerable bluesman's string of excellent albums in his '90s renaissance. Produced by Morrison, it also celebrates the 25th anniversary of their first recording together, as Morrison guested on Hooker's seminal Never Get Out of These Blues Alive in
  5. Jun 09,  · 13 videos Play all John Lee Hooker - "Don't Look Back" - Full Album Stream John Lee Hooker Official Van Morrison - "Don't Look Back" - Duration: John Lee Hooker .
  6. If You Miss `Im I Got `Im by John Lee Hooker is a brilliant collaboration with his cousin, Earl Hooker. The sound is not far removed from the Delta but rivals any of Chicago's "best." The piano and keyboards by Johnny "Big Moose" Walker is extraordinary. I would recommend this hard to find CD to anyone who is a blues aficionado/5(7).
  7. Among the most prolific blues recording artists of all time, John Lee Hooker has been recorded in all manner of settings, but the best way to hear him is still the way he started: solo, just him and his guitar. Get Back Home is all--and only--John Lee, recorded one day in while he was touring Europe. He's in a studio, and he's fired up.5/5(2).