John Lee Hooker – Remastered From The Archives - Delta Blues -Audiophile Vlado Meller Mastering - Pearlized Gold Vinyl - Sealed LP

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John Lee Hooker – Remastered From The Archives
 
 
Label:
Red Bank Records – RBR002
Series:
Remastered From The Archives
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Compilation, Limited Edition, Remastered, Repress, Pearlized Gold
Limited edition 180 gram pearlized gold vinyl
Remastered by two time Grammy Award winning Vlado Meller Mastering
Barcode and Other Identifiers
Barcode: 750958011282
 
Country:
US
Released:
2020
Genre:
Blues
Style:
Delta Blues, Boogie Woogie, Chicago Blues
 
Tracklist
 
A1 Intro 0:34
A2 Nightmare 4:28
A3 Frisco Blues 2:47
A4 This Is Hip 2:25
A5 Drive Me Away 2:50
A6 Will The Circle Be Unbroken 2:31
A7 Unfriendly Woman 2:54
A8 Want Ad Blues 2:12
 
 
B1 It Serves Me Right To Suffer 3:29
B2 Hobo Blues 2:47
B3 Little Wheel 2:35
B4 Your Baby Ain't Sweet Like Mine 2:31
B5 I Love You Honey 2:33
B6 You Can Lead Me Baby 2:41
B7 Solid Sender 2:31
 
 
 
Notes
 
Acoustically one of the best collections of John Lee Hooker on vinyl.
Red Band Records archives and restores some of the most treasured recordings in American audio, preserving and re-releasing carefully curated and painstakingly-remastered recordings of rare and precious events in music history. To celebrate John Lee Hooker's 100th birthday, Red Bank Records dove deep into the vaults and brought to light these classic recordings ..... featuring such songs as “Frisco Blues,” “Hobo Blues” and “Unfriendly Woman,” among others
 
.He was beloved worldwide as the king of the endless boogie, a genuine blues superstar whose droning, hypnotic one-chord grooves were at once both ultra-primitive and timeless. But John Lee Hooker recorded in a great many more styles than that over a career that stretched across more than half a century.
 
"The Hook" was a Mississippi native who became the top gent on the Detroit blues circuit in the years following World War II. The seeds for his eerily mournful guitar sound were planted by his stepfather, Will Moore, while Hooker was in his teens. Hooker had been singing spirituals before that, but the blues took hold and simply wouldn't let go
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Condition New
Format LP
Color Black