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Want Ad Blues - John Lee Hooker - The Folk Lore Of John Lee Hooker (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. A star recording artist for most of his long life, whose wicked persona embodies the music he plays, John Lee Hooker is the undisputed boogie man of the blues. With his gut-pumped guitar and dark, snarling vocals scoring hit after hit since million-seller "Boogie Chillen" in , Hooker's groove appeals to blues, rock, and pop tastes surticutatibolslorsmitdopopomu.coinfos: 8.
  2. The Folklore of John Lee Hooker (Collectables): While his album "Travelin'" was about being on the road, the "Folklore of John Lee Hooker" seems to give us stories of the different stops along that road. Sometimes John Lee seems so intent on telling us the story that he almost forgets to play the music/5(4).
  3. Want Ad Blues Lyrics: I read your ad this morning you, said you want a real good man / I read your ad this morning you, said you want a real good man / Now I'm here with you baby, I want .
  4. WANT AD BLUES – The Folk Lore of John Lee Hooker () WILL THE CIRCLE BE UNBROKEN – In Person () I’M GOING UPSTAIRS – The Folk Lore of John Lee Hooker () I LOST MY JOB – John Lee Hooker () [the Galaxy LP] DON’T TURN ME FROM YOUR DOOR – Don’t Turn Me From Your Door () Reviews:
  5. John Lee Hooker ("Lost My Job" LP, Besman rec , titled The King of Folk Blues on America ) The Big Soul of ("Frisco Blues" LP , also on Stateside Preachin´the Blues) Live At Sugar Hill (titled Live At Sugarhill on Ace LP , - .
  6. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for More Real Folk Blues: The Missing Album - John Lee Hooker on AllMusic - - Produced by .
  7. The Folk Lore of John Lee Hooker, an album by John Lee Hooker on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  8. This quintessential release includes two of Hooker's finest albums: THE FOLKLORE OF JOHN LEE HOOKER and FOLK BLUES. The former LP combines acoustic tunes like the spine-chilling 'Tupelo' and 'The Hobo' (both recorded at the Newport Folk Festival in ), plus electric numbers such as 'I'm Mad Again', 'I'm Going Upstairs', and 'Hard-Headed Woman', among .
  9. This is a 70s reissue of John Lee Hooker - Original Folk Blues, originally released in (mono Version) on Kent. Orange United (9) label design. Barcode and Other Identifiers.

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