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domingo, 7 de marzo de 2010

Dia G 07.03.10 (8) - John Lee Hooker - Live At Cafe Au-Go-Go (And Soledad Prision) (1996 US)


By Eric

John Lee Hooker - Live At Cafe Au-Go-Go (And Soledad Prision)
@Flac + Complete Cover Art (My rip)

Biography
John Lee Hooker was born on 22 August 1917 in Coahoma County near Clarksdale, Mississippi, the youngest of the eleven children of William Hooker (1871–1923), a sharecropper and a Baptist preacher, and Minnie Ramsey (1875-?).

Hooker's recording career began in 1948 when a demo tape made by Hooker was placed by his agent with the Bihari brothers on their Modern Records label. Due to his recording contract, he would record these songs under obvious pseudonyms such as "John Lee Booker", "Johnny Hooker", or "John Cooker." Hooker was also a direct influence in the look of John Belushi's character Jake Blues, borrowing his trademark sunglasses and soul patch. Hooker recorded several songs with Van Morrison, including "Never Get Out of These Blues Alive", "The Healing Game" and "I Cover the Waterfront".

Among his many awards, John Lee Hooker has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame and in 1991 he was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

El álbum Live At Cafe Au-Go-Go apareció en 1967. La posterior reedición en CD de 1996 incluye también el concierto editado en 1972 Live At Soledad Prision. Las 8 primeras canciones son el álbum original:

I'm Bad Like Jesse James
She's Long, She's Tall (She Weeps Like A Willow Tree)
When My First Wife Left Me
Heartaches And Misery
One Bourbon, One Scotch And One Beer
I Don't Want No Trouble
I'll Never Get Out Of These Blues Alive
Seven Days
What's The Matter Baby
Lucille
Boogie Everywhere I Go
Serve Me Right To Suffer
Bang Bang Bang Bang

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