No Shoes - John Lee Hooker - Original Folk Blues Vol. 1 (Cassette)

11.01.2020
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  • John Lee Hooker var en blues-musiker og gitarist som regnes for en av de viktigste personene i rockens tidlige historie. På tallet begynte han og andre musikere å lage sin musikk som ble kjent som tallets rhythm & blues.
  • This interesting release re-creates the look and contents of the Kent Records LP called Original Folk Blues of John Lee Hooker right down to the original sleeve art, and ups the ante by including a previously unreleased version of "Let Your Daddy Ride" as well as six other additional bonus tracks. Most of these cuts were recorded with Bernie Besman in Detroit in fascinatingly primitive.
  • Nov 17,  · Check out No Shoes by John Lee Hooker on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on rilrisucacuddtunepdiahourgtikickfid.coinfo
  • No food on my table And no shoes to go on my feet No food on my table And no shoes to go on my feet My children cry for mercy They got no place to call your own Hard times, hard times Hard times seem like a jealous thing Hard times, hard times Hard times seem like a jealous thing If someone don't help me And I just can't be around three months long No shoes on my feet And no food to go on my.
  • View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Folk Blues on Discogs. Label: United (9) - US,United/Superior - US • Format: Vinyl LP, Compilation, Reissue • Country: US • Genre: Blues •.
  • 1. HOBO BLUES – The Folk Lore of John Lee Hooker () 2. MAUDIE – The Newport Folk Festival Vol. 1 () [included on ‘Live at Newport’ () an expanded edition of ‘Concert at Newport' ()] 3. SHAKE IT BABY – The Original American Folk Blues Festival () [various artists] 4. BOOGIE CHILLUN – Live at Sugar Hill Vol /5(20).
  • The Folk Lore of John Lee Hooker is an album by blues musician John Lee Hooker recorded in New York and Chicago, with two tracks recorded live at the Newport Folk Festival in , and released by the Vee-Jay label in August or September
  • Hooker, John Lee "It Serves You Right to Suffer" $ Hooker, John Lee "Johnny Lee" $ Hooker, John Lee "Kabuki Wuki" TEMP OUT Hooker, John Lee "Never Get Out Of These Blues Alive" $45 Hooker, John Lee "Original Folk Blues" TEMP OUT Hooker, John Lee "Plays & Sings the Blues" TEMP OUT Hooker, John Lee "Real Blues" TEMP OUT Hooker, John Lee.

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