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10cf746e54 He recorded it thruout his years, twice as a boogie in the very early days, in 1959 as I Lost My Job, and several times like this - as a slow talking blues. Black Man Blues CD music contains a single disc with 13 songs. Track Listing Sample Title/Composer Performer Time Stream 1 Stomp Boogie John Lee Hooker John Lee Hooker 3:10 Spotify 2 Black Man Blues John Lee Hooker John Lee Hooker 3:31 Spotify 3 Helpless Blues John Lee Hooker John Lee Hooker 3:40 Spotify 4 Goin' Mad Blues John Lee Hooker John Lee Hooker 3:46 Spotify 5 Morning Blues John Lee Hooker John Lee Hooker 2:45 Spotify 6 Roll N' Roll Traditional John Lee Hooker 2:40 7 No Friend Around Bernard Besman / John Lee Hooker John Lee Hooker 2:55 8 Low Down-Midnite Boogie John Lee Hooker John Lee Hooker 3:37 Spotify 9 House Rent Boogie Bernard Besman / John Lee Hooker John Lee Hooker 2:44 Spotify 10 Wandering Blues John Lee Hooker John Lee Hooker 2:59 Spotify 11 Landing Blues John Lee Hooker John Lee Hooker 3:29 Spotify 12 My Baby's Got Something Bernard Besman / John Lee Hooker John Lee Hooker 2:51 13 Do the Boogie John Lee Hooker John Lee Hooker 3:12 Spotify blue highlight denotes track pick . The first one was September 26, 1967 featuring Wayne Bennett and probably also Buddy Guy, plus Phil Upchurch and Eddie Taylor, and Al Duncan at the drums. When British BGO issued its "Urban Blues" CD only one bonus track was featured, but this time it was a left-over from the 1967 Chicago sessions, the re-recording of "Want Ad Blues". ^ "John Lee Hooker box sets starts with 1948 Detroit recordings". 1959 I'm John Lee Hooker (Vee-Jay) 1960 Travelin (Vee-Jay) 1961 The Folk Lore of John Lee Hooker (Vee-Jay) 1962 Burnin' (Vee-Jay) 1962 The Best of John Lee Hooker (Vee Jay) compilation 1962 The Big Soul of John Lee Hooker (Vee Jay) 1963 John Lee Hooker On Campus (Vee Jay) (I Want To Shout The Blues on European Stateside) reissued as Big Band Blues (Buddah Records) 1965 And Seven Nights (Verve-Folkways) British recordings of 1964 (re-issued with brass overdub as On The Waterfront on Wand) and reissued in several versions later 1965 Is He The World's Greatest Blues Singer? (Vee Jay) compilation reissued on Exodus 1965 Discotheque Dancing Vol I (VJ-Discotheque) Vee-Jay tracks from 1960 and 1962 1965 Discotheque Dancing Vol II (VJ-Discotheque) Vee-Jay tracks from 1961-1962 1968 I'm In The Mood (Up-Front) Vee-Jay tracks from 1961-1962 1973 Whiskey & Wimmen (Trip) 2-set VJ compilation 1973 In Person (VeeJay/Dynasty) late Vee-Jay tracks 1974 The Best of John Lee Hooker (GNP Crescendo) 20 classic Vee-Jay tracks 1977 Gold (Vee Jay) compilation comprisising I'm John Lee Hooker and The Big Soul of 1977 Dimples (DJM) 2-set early Vee-Jay sesoions and unissued tracks 1978 16 Greatest Hits (Trip TOP) VJ recordings from different sessions 1980 This Is Hip - As I Am (Charly) VJ comp including unissued 1981 Everybody Rockin' (Charly) VJ comp including unissued 1981 Moanin' The Blues (Charly) VJ comp including unissued 1984 Solid Sender (Charly) reissue of "travelin'" plus unissued bonus tracks 1985 The Boogie Man (Instant) sub Charly including unissued VJ tracks 1989 The Hook 20 Years of Hits & Hot Boogie (Chameleon) Vee-Jay license compilation 1993 John Lee Hooker on Vee-Jay 19551958 (VeeJay) compilation 2014 I'm Going Home (Devils Tunes) the June 10, 1958 Vee-Jay "rehearsal" session with rare recordings . Notes. This is the most interesting rendition.
500/500 ! 500/500 . ^ Shoes is based on Eddie Kirkland's original recording of 1953 for King. ISBN0-14-006223-8. Loading.. As a result, Besman would record Hooker, in addition to playing guitar and singing, stomping along with the music on a wooden pallet. For much of this time period he recorded and toured with Eddie Kirkland, who was still performing until his death in a car accident in 2011. The first had taken place on October 18, 1955, and this the second, had the same backing with Jimmy Reed's regular guitarist Eddie Taylor handling the rhythm guitar, George Washington on bass, and Hooker's Detroit-pal Tom Whitehead at the drums (who also doubled as Hooker's car driver). 4 195051 [Body & Soul 2CD] 2002 The Real Folk Blues/More Real Folk Blues (Chess) 1966 recordings; reissue of the 1991 CD The Complete Chess Folk Blues Sessions 2002 Live At Newport (Vanguard) remix of the Newport recordings of 1960 and 1963 2002 Giant of Blues (FruitTree 2CD) Charly license featuring 20 of the Testament tracks 2003 Boogie Chillen' (Audio Fidelity) 19491952 Besman and Siracuse (engineer) compilation 2003 Blues Kingpins Blues Immortal (Virgin) 19481955 Modern anthology 2004 Early Years The Classic Savoy Sessions (Metro Doubles 2CD) recorded 1948 and 1961 comprising the tracks from Savoy Blues Legends (Savoy in 1999 and 2003) and the 1961 Savoy recordings from Sittin' Here Thinkin' (32Blues in 2004 with the bonus track) 2004 I'm A Boogie Man (Varse Sarabande) Vintage 19481953 Texas Slim and John Lee Booker (King/De Luxe tracks featuring all the King singles) 2004 The Complete Vol.