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Name:John Lee Hooker The Complete Detroit 1949 1950 V2 Bluesmp3 256h33tschon55

Total Size: 78.06 MB

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16- My Baby's Got Somethin'.mp3 (Size: 78.06 MB) (Files: 18)

 16- My Baby's Got Somethin'.mp3

5.12 MB

 17- Decoration Day Blues.mp3

5.57 MB

 18- Boogie Chillen, No. 2.mp3

5.04 MB

 19- 21 Boogie.mp3

5.19 MB

 20- Jump Chillun.mp3

5.06 MB

 21- Roll 'N' Roll.mp3

4.91 MB

 22- Rollin' Blues.mp3

4.94 MB

 23- Crying All Night.mp3

4.97 MB

 24- One More Time.mp3

5.36 MB

 25- Do My Baby Think of Me.mp3

5.25 MB

 26- I Don't Be Welcome Here.mp3

5.50 MB

 27- Three Long Years Today.mp3

5.60 MB

 28- Strike Blues.mp3

4.80 MB

 29- Welfare Blues.mp3

5.45 MB

 30- Lord What More Can I Do.mp3

5.29 MB

 h33t - Torrents by [schon55].url

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 The Complete - Detroit 1949-1950 V2 Info.txt

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John Lee Hooker - The Complete - Detroit 1949-1950 V2
Bitrate: 256 kbps

John Lee Hooker ( August 22, 1917 – June 21, 2001 ) was an influential American post-war blues singer, guitarist, and songwriter born in Coahoma County near Clarksdale, Mississippi. From a musical family, he was a cousin of Earl Hooker. John was also influenced by his stepfather, a local blues guitarist, who learned in Shreveport, Louisiana to play a droning, one-chord blues that was strikingly different from the Delta blues of the time. John developed a half-spoken style that was his trademark. Though similar to the early Delta blues, his music was rhythmically free. John Lee Hooker could be said to embody his own unique genre of the blues, often incorporating the boogie-woogie piano style and a driving rhythm into his masterful and idiosyncratic blues guitar and singing.

Hooker's guitar playing is closely aligned with piano Boogie Woogie. He would play the walking bass pattern with his thumb, stopping to emphasize the end of a line with a series of trills, done by rapid hammer-ons and pull-offs. The songs that most epitomize his early sound are "Boogie Chillen", about being 17 and wanting to go out to dance at the Boogie clubs, "Baby Please Don't Go", a blues standard first recorded by Big Joe Williams, and "Tupelo Blues", a stunningly sad song about the flooding of Tupelo, Mississippi in April 1936.

He maintained a solo career, popular with blues and folk music fans of the early 1960s and crossed over to white audiences, giving an early opportunity to the young Bob Dylan. As he got older, he added more and more people to his band, changing his live show from simply Hooker with his guitar to a large band, with Hooker singing.

His vocal phrasing was less closely tied to specific bars than most blues singers'. This casual, rambling style had been gradually diminishing with the onset of electric blues bands from Chicago but, even when not playing solo, Hooker retained it in his sound.

Though Hooker lived in Detroit during most of his career, he is not associated with the Chicago-style blues prevalent in large northern cities, as much as he is with the southern rural blues styles, known as delta blues, country blues, folk blues, or "front porch blues". His use of an electric guitar tied together the Delta blues with the emerging post-war electric blues.

His songs have been covered by The White Stripes, MC5, The Doors, George Thorogood, Jimi Hendrix, Led Zeppelin, Van Morrison, The Yardbirds, The Animals, R. L. Burnside, the J. Geils Band and The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion. ~ Wikipedia

John Lee Hooker - The Complete - Detroit 1949-1950 V2 Tracks:
16- My Baby's Got Somethin'
17- Decoration Day Blues
18- Boogie Chillen, No. 2
19- 21 Boogie
20- Jump Chillun
21- Roll 'N' Roll
22- Rollin' Blues
23- Crying All Night
24- One More Time
25- Do My Baby Think of Me
26- I Don't Be Welcome Here
27- Three Long Years Today
28- Strike Blues
29- Welfare Blues
30- Lord What More Can I Do

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