Five CD set. 2017 marks what would have been John Lee Hooker's 100th birthday, and this collection celebrates the legendary bluesman in true style. 100 tracks span Hooker's career: from his iconic hits, to rare tracks, live recordings plus previously unreleased material. Presented in a book format, the package includes a treasure trove of photos, plus new liner notes by John Lee Hooker historian Jas Obrecht, as well as by the artist's longtime manager Mike Kappus.
Five CD set. 2017 marks what would have been John Lee Hooker's 100th birthday, and this collection celebrates the legendary bluesman in true style. 100 tracks span Hooker's career: from his iconic hits, to rare tracks, live recordings plus previously unreleased material. Presented in a book format, the package includes a treasure trove of photos, plus new liner notes by John Lee Hooker historian Jas Obrecht, as well as by the artist's longtime manager Mike Kappus.
888072028920

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Format: CD
Label: CRF
Rel. Date: 10/06/2017
UPC: 888072028920

King Of The Boogie John Lee Hooker
Artist: John Lee Hooker
Format: CD
New: Usually In Stock $69.98
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DISC: 1

1. Boogie Chillen
2. Sally Mae
3. Hobo Blues
4. Crawlin' King Snake
5. Black Man Blues
6. Goin' Mad Blues
7. Who's Been Jiving You
8. (Miss Sadie Mae) Curl My Baby's Hair
9. Hoogie Boogie 1
10. Burnin' Hell 1
11. Weeping Willow Boogie 1
12. Moaning Blues 1
13. Huckle Up Baby 1
14. Goin' Down Highway 51 1
15. John L's House Rent Boogie 1
16. I'm in the Mood 1
17. Two White Horses 1
18. 33 Blues 1
19. Sugar Mama 2
20. Wobbling Baby

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Five CD set. 2017 marks what would have been John Lee Hooker's 100th birthday, and this collection celebrates the legendary bluesman in true style. 100 tracks span Hooker's career: from his iconic hits, to rare tracks, live recordings plus previously unreleased material. Presented in a book format, the package includes a treasure trove of photos, plus new liner notes by John Lee Hooker historian Jas Obrecht, as well as by the artist's longtime manager Mike Kappus.