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John Lee Hooker

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. Overnight visitors left their mark on the youth, too: legends like Blind Lemon Jefferson, Charley Patton, and Blind Blake, who all knew Moore.

Hooker heard Memphis calling while he was still in his teens, but he couldn't gain much of a foothold there. So he relocated to Cincinnati for a seven-year stretch before making the big move to the Motor City in 1943. Jobs were plentiful, but Hooker drifted away from day gigs in favor of playing his unique free-form brand of blues. A burgeoning club scene along Hastings Street didn't hurt his chances any.

In 1948, the aspiring bluesman hooked up with entrepreneur Bernie Besman, who helped him hammer out his solo debut sides, "Sally Mae" and its seminal flip, "Boogie Chillen." This was blues as primitive as anything then on the market; Hooker's dark, ruminative vocals were backed only by his own ringing, heavily amplified guitar and insistently pounding foot. Their efforts were quickly rewarded. Los Angeles-based Modern Records issued the sides and "Boogie Chillen" -- a colorful, unique travelogue of Detroit's blues scene -- made an improbable jaunt to the very peak of the R&B charts.

Modern released several more major hits by "the Boogie Man" after that: "Hobo Blues" and its raw-as-an-open wound flip, "Hoogie Boogie"; "Crawling King Snake Blues" (all three 1949 smashes); and the unusual 1951 chart-topper "I'm in the Mood," where Hooker overdubbed his voice three times in a crude early attempt at multi-tracking.

But Hooker never, ever let something as meaningless as a contract stop him for making recordings for other labels. His early catalog is stretched across a road map of diskeries so complex that it's nearly impossible to fully comprehend (a vast array of recording aliases don't make things any easier).

Along with Modern, Hooker recorded for King (as the geographically challenged Texas Slim), Regent (as Delta John, a far more accurate handle), Savoy (as the wonderfully surreal Birmingham Sam & His Magic Guitar), Danceland (as the downright delicious Little Pork Chops), Staff (as Johnny Williams), Sensation (for whom he scored a national hit in 1950 with "Huckle Up, Baby"), Gotham, Regal, Swing Time, Federal, Gone (as John Lee Booker), Chess, Acorn (as the Boogie Man), Chance, DeLuxe (as Johnny Lee), JVB, Chart, and Specialty; before finally settling down at Vee-Jay in 1955 under his own name. Hooker became the point man for the growing Detroit blues scene during this incredibly prolific period, recruiting guitarist Eddie Kirkland as his frequent duet partner while still recording for Modern.

Once tied in with Vee-Jay, the rough-and-tumble sound of Hooker's solo and duet waxings was adapted to a band format. Hooker had recorded with various combos along the way before, but never with sidemen as versatile and sympathetic as guitarist Eddie Taylor and harpist Jimmy Reed, who backed him at his initial Vee-Jay date that produced "Time Is Marching" and the superfluous sequel "Mambo Chillun."

Taylor stuck around for a 1956 session that elicited two genuine Hooker classics, "Baby Lee" and "Dimples," and he was still deftly anchoring the rhythm section (Hooker's sense of timing was his and his alone, demanding big-eared sidemen) when the Boogie Man finally made it back to the R&B charts in 1958 with "I Love You Honey."

Vee-Jay presented Hooker in quite an array of settings during the early '60s. His grinding, tough blues "No Shoes" proved a surprisingly sizable hit in 1960, while the storming "Boom Boom," his top seller for the firm in 1962 (it even cracked the pop airwaves), was an infectious R&B dance number benefiting from the reported presence of some of Motown's house musicians. But there were also acoustic outings aimed squarely at the blossoming folk-blues crowd, as well as some attempts at up-to-date R&B that featured highly intrusive female background vocals (allegedly by the Vandellas) and utterly unyielding structures that hemmed Hooker in unmercifully.

British blues bands such as the Animals and Yardbirds idolized Hooker during the early '60s; Eric Burdon's boys cut a credible 1964 cover of "Boom Boom" that outsold Hooker's original on the American pop charts. Hooker visited Europe in 1962 under the auspices of the first American Folk Blues Festival, leaving behind the popular waxings "Let's Make It" and "Shake It Baby" for foreign consumption.

Back home, Hooker cranked out gems for Vee-Jay through 1964 ("Big Legs, Tight Skirt," one of his last offerings on the logo, was also one of his best), before undergoing another extended round of label-hopping (except this time, he was waxing whole LPs instead of scattered 78s). Verve-Folkways, Impulse, Chess, and BluesWay all enticed him into recording for them in 1965-1966 alone! His reputation among hip rock cognoscenti in the States and abroad was growing exponentially, especially after he teamed up with blues-rockers Canned Heat for the massively selling album Hooker 'n' Heat in 1970.

Eventually, though, the endless boogie formula grew incredibly stagnant. Much of Hooker's 1970s output found him laying back while plodding rock-rooted rhythm sections assumed much of the work load. A cameo in the 1980 movie The Blues Brothers was welcome, if far too short.

But Hooker wasn't through; not by a long shot. With the expert help of slide guitarist extraordinaire/producer Roy Rogers, the Hook waxed The Healer, an album that marked the first of his guest star-loaded albums (Carlos Santana, Bonnie Raitt, and Robert Cray were among the luminaries to cameo on the disc, which picked up a Grammy).

Major labels were just beginning to take notice of the growing demand for blues records, and Pointblank snapped Hooker up, releasing Mr. Lucky (this time teaming Hooker with everyone from Albert Collins and John Hammond to Van Morrison and Keith Richards). Once again, Hooker was resting on his laurels by allowing his guests to wrest much of the spotlight away from him on his own album, but by then, he'd earned it. Another Pointblank set, Boom Boom, soon followed.

Happily, Hooker enjoyed the good life throughout the '90s. He spent much of his time in semi-retirement, splitting his relaxation time between several houses acquired up and down the California coast. When the right offer came along, though, he took it, including an amusing TV commercial for Pepsi. He also kept recording, releasing such star-studded efforts as 1995's Chill Out and 1997's Don't Look Back. All this helped him retain his status as a living legend, and he remained an American musical icon; and his stature wasn't diminished upon his death from natural causes on June 21, 2001. ~ Bill Dahl
full bio

Selected Discography

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Track List: Ride Til' I Die

1. I Love You Baby (Hug And Squeeze You) (Part I)

2. The Syndicator

3. Cool Little Car

4. I Need Love So Bad

5. Shake Holler And Run

8. I'm Ready

10. Jump Me (One More Time)

11. Ride 'Til I Die

12. Love Money Can't Buy

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Track List: Jack O Diamonds: 1949 Recordings

1. Guitar Blues Instrumental

2. Two White Horses

3. Trouble In Mind

4. Catfish Blues

5. John Henry

6. How Long Blues

9. Waterboy

10. Six Little Puppies And Twelve Shaggy Hounds

11. In The Evening When The Sun Goes Down

13. Moses Smote The Water

14. Spoken Interlude

15. Rabbit On The Log

16. Come And See About Me

17. 33 Blues

18. She's Real Gone

19. I Wonder

20. Untitled Slow Blues

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Track List: Alone, Vol. 2

1. Feel Good (Live)

2. Some People

3. T.B. (Live)

4. Baby, Please Don't Go (Live)

5. Mama Killed A Chicken

6. Hobo

7. Tired Of Being Your Doggie

8. All Night Long (Live)

9. Crawlin' Kingsnake

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Track List: Face To Face

2. Dimples

6. It Serves Me Right To Suffer

7. Up And Down

8. Mad Man Blues

12. Turn Over A New Leaf

13. Wednesday Evening Blues

14. Boogie Chillen'

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Track List: The Early Years, Vol. 2

1. Boom Boom

2. Old Time Shimmy

3. I Want To Hug You

5. Good Rockin' Mama

6. Dusty Road

8. Thelma

9. Onions

10. Keep Your Hands To Yourself

11. I Want To Shout

14. I Want To Ramble

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Track List: The Best Of Friends

1. Boogie Chillen'

2. This Is Hip

3. The Healer

5. Boom Boom

6. I'm In The Mood

7. Burning Hell

8. Tupelo

9. Baby Lee

10. Dimples

11. Chill Out (Things Gonna Change)

12. Big Legs, Tight Skirt

13. Don't Look Back

14. Up And Down

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Track List: Chill Out

1. Chill Out (Things Gonna Change)

2. Deep Blue Sea

3. Kiddio

4. Medley Serves Me Right To Suffer / Syndicator

5. One Bourbon, One Scotch, One Beer

6. Tupelo

7. Woman On My Mind

8. Annie Mae

9. Too Young

10. Talkin' The Blues

11. If You've Never Been In Love

12. We'll Meet Again

13. Down So Low: Bonus Track (Previously Unreleased)

14. Fire Down Below: Bonus Track (Previously Unreleased)

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Track List: Boom Boom

1. Boom Boom

2. I'm Bad Like Jesse James

3. Same Old Blues Again

4. Sugar Mama

5. Trick Bag (Shoppin' For My Tombstone)

6. Boogie At Russian Hill

7. Hittin' The Bottle Again

8. Bottle Up And Go

9. Thought I Heard

10. I Ain't Gonna Suffer No More

11. Dimples

12. Ain't No Love In This House

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Track List: The Healer

1. The Healer

2. I'm In The Mood

3. Baby Lee

5. Think Twice Before You Go

6. Sally Mae

9. My Dream

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Track List: I Feel Good

1. I Feel Good

2. Baby Baby

3. Dazie Mae

5. Going Home

6. Looking Back Over My Day

7. Roll And Tumble

8. Baby Don't Do Me Wrong

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Track List: No Friend Around

1. Stomp Boogie

2. Black Man Blues

3. Helpless Blues

4. Goin' Mad Blues

5. Morning Blues

7. No Friend Around

9. John L's House Rent Boogie

10. Wandering Blues

11. Landing Blues

12. My Baby's Got Something

13. Decoration Day Blues

14. Do The Boogie

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Track List: The Real Folk Blues

1. Let's Go Out Tonight (Single Version)

2. Peace Lovin' Man

3. Stella Mae

4. I Put My Trust In You

5. I'm In The Mood (Single Version)

6. You Know, I Know

7. I'll Never Trust Your Love Again

8. One Bourbon, One Scotch, One Beer

9. The Waterfront

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Track List: Alone

2. I'm Bad Like Jesse James

3. Dark Room

4. I'll Never Get Out Of These Blues Alive

5. Boogie Chillen' (Live)

6. When My First Wife Left Me

7. Boom Boom (Live)

8. One Bourbon, One Scotch, One Beer (Live)

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Track List: Bluebird

1. Mad Man Blues

2. Hey Boogie

3. Just Me And My Telephone

5. Hey Baby

6. The Journey

7. Bluebird

8. Apologize

9. Lonely Boy Boogie

10. Please Don't Go

11. Worried Life Blues

12. Blues For Big Town

13. Big Fine Woman

14. Blues For Christmas

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Track List: Boogie Chillun

1. Roll Me Over

2. Sally Mae

3. Highway Blues

5. Wednesday Evening Blues

7. Boogie Chillun

8. Henry's Swing Club

10. Stomp Boogie

11. Who's Been Jiving You

12. Black Man Blues

13. Poor Joe

14. Mercy Blues

15. Boogie Woogie

16. Good Business

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Track List: Boogie Chillun (Live)

1. I Just Can't Hold On Much Longer (Live At Sugar Hill)

2. I'm Gonna Keep On Walking (Live At Sugar Hill)

3. I Was Standing By The Wayside (Live At Sugar Hill)

4. T.B. Is Killing Me (Live At Sugar Hill)

5. Run On Babe (Live At Sugar Hill)

6. This World (Live At Sugar Hill)

7. I Like To See You Walk (Live At Sugar Hill)

8. It's You I Love, Baby (Live At Sugar Hill)

9. Driftin' And Driftin' (Live At Sugar Hill)

10. You Gonna Miss Me (Live At Sugar Hill)

11. You're Nice And Kind To Me Lou Della (Live)

12. I Need Some Money (Live)

13. I Want To Get Married (Live)

14. Boogie Chillen' (Live)

15. Night Time Is The Right Time (Live)

16. You Don't Move Me Baby (Live)

17. You Been Dealin' With The Devil (Live)

18. Cruel Little Baby (Live)

19. Key To The Highway (Live)

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Track List: Burnin'

1. Boom Boom

2. Process

3. Lost A Good Girl

4. A New Leaf

5. Blues Before Sunrise

6. Let's Make It

7. I Got A Letter (This Morning)

8. Thelma

9. Drug Store Woman

10. Keep Your Hands To Yourself (She's Mine)

11. What Do You Say

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Track List: Detroit 1948-1949

1. Low Down Midnite Boogie

2. Grievin' Blues

3. Twister Blues

5. Landing Blues

6. Goin' Home Blues

7. Shady Grove Blues

8. Boogie Woogie

9. Good Business

10. Mercy Blues

11. Helpless Blues

12. Goin' Mad Blues

13. Morning Blues

14. Boogie Awhile

15. Tuesday Evening Blues

16. Miss Pearl Boogie

17. Road Trouble

18. 609 Boogie

19. Christmas Time Blues

20. Do The Boogie

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Track List: Don't Look Back

1. Dimples

2. The Healing Game

3. Ain't No Big Thing

4. Don't Look Back

5. Blues Before Sunrise

6. Spellbound

7. Travellin' Blues

8. I Love You Honey

9. Frisco Blues

10. Red House

11. Rainy Day

12. Send Me Your Pillow (Bonus Track)

13. Blues Before Sunrise (Bonus Track)

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Track List: His Best Chess Sides

1. Mad Man Blues

2. Louise (Single Version)

3. Ground Hog Blues (Single Version)

4. High Priced Woman (Single Version)

5. Leave My Wife Alone (Single Version)

6. Sugar Mama

7. Walkin' The Boogie (Alternate Take)

8. Bluebird

9. Please Don't Go

10. Blues For Big Town

11. Worried Life Blues

12. I'm In The Mood (Single Version)

13. Let's Go Out Tonight (Single Version)

14. The Waterfront

15. One Bourbon, One Scotch, One Beer

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Track List: House Of The Blues

1. Walkin' The Boogie

2. Love Blues

3. Union Station Blues

5. Leave My Wife Alone

6. Ramblin' By Myself

7. Sugar Mama

8. Down At The Landing

10. Ground Hog Blues

11. High Priced Woman

12. Women And Money

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Track List: House Rent Boogie

1. House Rent Boogie (Alternate Take)

2. Sally Mae

3. Nobody To Talk To Me (AKA Mean Old Train)

4. Numbers Blues

5. Build Myself A Cave (Alternate Take)

6. Roll 'n' Roll

7. Anybody Seen My Baby

8. How Can You Do It

9. Key To The Highway (Alternate Take)

10. I Got Eyes For You

11. Blue Bird Blues

12. I Got Eyes For You

13. I'm In The Mood

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Track List: It Serves You Right To Suffer

1. Shake It Baby

2. Country Boy

3. Bottle Up And Go

4. You're Wrong

5. Sugar Mama

6. Decoration Day

7. Money

8. It Serves You Right To Suffer

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Track List: Live At Newport

1. Introduction (Live At Newport)

2. Hobo Blues (Live At Newport)

3. Maudie (Live At Newport)

4. Introduction (Live At Newport)

5. I Can't Quit You Baby (Live At Newport)

6. Stop Now Baby (Live At Newport)

7. Tupelo (Live At Newport)

8. Sometimes You Make Me Feel So Bad (Live At Newport)

9. Bus Station Blues (Live At Newport)

10. Introduction (Live At Newport)

11. Let's Make It (Live At Newport)

12. Great Fire Of Natchez (Live At Newport)

13. Boom Boom (Live At Newport)

14. You'Re Gonna Need Another Favor (Live At Newport)

15. Introduction (Live At Newport)

16. Hobo Blues (Alternate Version) (Live At Newport)

17. Boom Boom (Alternate Version) (Live At Newport)

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Track List: Live At The Cafe Au Go Go (And Soledad Prison)

1. I'm Bad Like Jesse James (1966/Live At Cafe Au Go Go))

2. She's Long, She's Tall (She Weeps Like A Willow Tree)

3. When My First Wife Left Me (Live)(1966)

4. Heartaches And Misery

5. One Bourbon, One Scotch And One Beer (Live)(1966)

6. I Don't Want No Trouble (Live)(1966)

7. I'll Never Get Out Of These Blues Alive (Live)(1966)

8. Seven Days

9. What's The Matter Baby

10. Lucille

11. Boogie Everywhere I Go

12. Serve Me Right To Suffer

13. Bang Bang Bang Bang

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Track List: Low Down Midnite Boogie

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Track List: Mr. Lucky

1. I Want To Hug You

2. Mr. Lucky

3. Backstabbers

4. This Is Hip

5. I Cover The Waterfront

6. Highway 13

7. Stripped Me Naked

8. Susie

9. Crawlin' King Snake

10. Father Was A Jockey

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Track List: Never Get Out Of These Blues Alive

1. Bumblebee Bumblebee

2. Hit The Road

3. Country Boy

4. Boogie With The Hook

5. T.B. Sheets

6. Letter To My Baby

7. Never Get Out Of These Blues Alive (Feat. Van Morrison)

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Track List: That's My Story

1. I Need Some Money

2. Come On And See About Me (1960)

3. I'm Wanderin'

4. Democrat Man

5. I Want To Talk About You

6. Gonna Use My Rod

7. Wednesday Evenin' Blues (1960)

8. No More Doggin'

9. One Of These Days

10. I'll Believe I'll Go Back Home

11. You're Leavin' Me Baby

12. That's My Story

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Track List: That's Where It's At!

1. Teachin' The Blues

2. Goin' To Louisiana

3. I Need You

4. My Love Comes Down For You

5. Please Don't Go

6. I Just Don't Know

7. Slow And Easy

8. Two White Horses

9. Feel So Bad

10. Grinder Man

x

Track List: The Complete 50's Chess Recordings

Disc 1

1. Mad Man Blues

2. Hey Boogie

3. Louise (Single Version)

4. High Priced Woman (Single Version)

5. Union Station Blues (Single Version)

6. Ground Hog Blues (Single Version)

7. Leave My Wife Alone (Single Version)

8. Ramblin' By Myself (Single Version)

9. Dreamin' Blues

10. Just Me And My Telephone

11. Walkin' The Boogie (Alternate Take)

12. Sugar Mama (Single Version)

13. Please Don't Go

14. I Don't Want Your Money

15. Hey Baby

16. Bluebird

Disc 2

1. Walkin' The Boogie (Single Version)

2. Love Blues

3. Lonely Boy Boogie (A/Ka/ New Boogie)

4. Apologize

5. The Journey

6. Worried Life Blues

7. Down At The Landing

8. You Have Two Hearts

9. It's My Own Fault (Single Version)

10. Blues For Big Town

11. Women And Money (Single Version)

12. Big Fine Woman (Single Version)

13. Tell Me Baby (Single Version)

14. Blues For Christmas

15. Cry Baby Cry

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Track List: The Very Best Of John Lee Hooker

1. Boogie Chillen'

2. Crawlin' King Snake

3. Hobo Blues

4. Huckle Up Baby

5. I'm In The Mood

6. I Need Some Money

7. Dimples

8. Boom Boom

9. Shake It Baby

10. Big Legs, Tight Skirt

11. It Serves You Right To Suffer

12. You Know, I Know

13. One Bourbon, One Scotch, One Beer

14. I'm Bad Like Jesse James

15. Burning Hell

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Track List: Travelin'

1. No Shoes

2. I Wanna Walk

3. Canal Street Blues

4. Run On

5. I'm A Stranger

6. Whiskey And Wimmen

7. Solid Sender

8. Sunny Land

9. Goin' To California

10. I Can't Believe

11. I'll Know Tonight

12. Dusty Road

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An amazing artist, whose footprints across the history of American music have only strengthened over time ensuring his immortality. . .
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Relaxing and entertaining , I love to play JLH!
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Windy City
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Good blues music. Winter time chicago#2016
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Always awesome, your music is truly timeless.
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John Lee Hooker. His music is as real as it get. He mellowed with age. I burbin, 1scotch, 1 beer. His storytelling is just great.
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Strange that on The Walking Dead the bat what's his name uses is called Lucille. That bothers me.
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#1 ....The Man !!!
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This white girl has every music CD he cut.... Love his style. May he Rest In Peace LJK
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the original jammer
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uh huh sho nuff..you got that right...I know yer right..you right..uh huh
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Hasting st will never be the same
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All this time I've had Pandora, I thought I had JL Hooker as a favorite artist. Imagine my surprise to find out I hadn't! Correction made.
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gnyce07
Makes me think of the sexiest woman I know.
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What else can you say...THE HOOK!!!
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I8ihids vhhngdwtgxak n t z u u c j u j h
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So badass. Way more badass than the following generations.
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Blues before sunrise!! The Hooker legend.
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boom boom boom boom
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Boo. You. Suck
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Cool as aged red wine
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Please
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SPEECHLESS
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He was awesome !
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John lee Hooker was 83 when he died on June 21 2001. : (
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One of good old boy's yesterday, today, tomorrow and always!!
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Mmmmmmmm just mmmmmmmmm GreaTTT
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how old was John Lee Hooker
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Keep on BOOM BOOM'en!!! A true LEGEND!!!
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LOVE this " Sounds Sexy
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Forever
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Hooker and Heat...old school blues and hippies. Love it. Hooker was the best.
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I love "blues takes me and sprit some place else plus makes me happy!!
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Love the blues takes me far away. when times get hard listen with the spirit johnny helps me do that
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Love this man! This man is the bomb! This jam is slamming.
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New swamp bluz band starting call225-284- 3 1 0 1
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My favorite of all time. Hook!
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He may be the best there ever was. I also liked Litnin and Jimmy Reed.
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FINALLY!!!!! ! ! D A MAN is on my IPHONE!!!!!! T H E COOLEST OF THE COOL.
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This genius has no peers... no peers at all

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The Hook don't emuch play.huh???
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John Lee Hooker is BAD A** MF
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The legendary John Lee Hooker his collaboratio n with Santana on The Healer is my favorite of his amazing offerings... .
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the great John Lee Hooker is timeless.... . h i s works will be treasured a century from now or longer. very special from the soul man
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Tommy Castro?
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Mmmmmm...goo d !
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Chill Out (things gonna change), I haven't heard this in years. Brings a tear to my eye.
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Loved Mr. Hooker all my life. Use to sit up late at night and play my parents 78's just to hear John Lee Hooker. Knew all the words to his songs. R.I.P. John Lee Hooker, you are missed.

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