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Gonna Use My Rod - John Lee Hooker - Youre Leavin Me, Baby (Vinyl, LP, Album)

31.07.2019  31.07.2019


Download Gonna Use My Rod - John Lee Hooker - Youre Leavin Me, Baby (Vinyl, LP, Album)
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Label: Riverside Records - 673005 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Reissue • Country: UK • Genre: Blues •


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9 Comments

  • Brabar Reply
    There are SO MANY Hooker recordings! If you like the raw stuff like on House Of The Blues, the Besman stuff, then this is for you. Late 40's to late 50's Hooker stomping his foot, while playing solo, sometimes with Eddie Kirkland on 2nd guitar, and a few full band tracks- some with myrtfissahumbbisiglotplalistduptivol.xyzinfo in all, a great set of Besman recordings/5(7).
  • Meztirn Reply
    A2 - Come On And See About Me A3 - I'm Wanderin' A4 - Democrat Man A5 - I Want To Talk About You A6 - Gonna Use My Rod B1 - Wednesday Evenin' Blues B2 - No More Doggin' B3 - One Of These Days B4 - I Believe I'll Go Back Home B5 - You're Leavin' Me, Baby B6 - That's My Story.
  • Moogulmaran Reply
    Label: Fontana - FJL ,Fontana - JCL • Series: Popular Jazz Series • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Reissue, Mono • Country: UK • Genre: Blues • Style: Delta Blues John Lee Hooker - Blue!
  • Minris Reply
    Buy That's My Story (LP) by John Lee Hooker (LP $). Amoeba Music. Ships Free in the U.S.
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    John Lee Hooker Lyrics - All the great songs and their lyrics from John Lee Hooker on myrtfissahumbbisiglotplalistduptivol.xyzinfo
  • Negul Reply
    Gonna Use My Rod; $ on iTunes 7. Wednesday Evenin' Blues; $ on iTunes 8. No More Doggin' $ on iTunes 9. One Of These Days; $ on iTunes I Believe I'll Go Back Home; $ on iTunes You're Leavin' Me, Baby; $ on iTunes That's My Story; Song previews provided courtesy of iTunes.
  • Junris Reply
    John Lee Hooker was an American blues singer, songwriter, and guitarist. The son of a sharecropper, he rose to prominence performing an electric guitar-style.
  • Gorn Reply
    "Gonna Use My Rod" is a 'talking blues' in a familiar enough vein: the singer is warning his best friend to "leave my wife alone." Others, though, are more off the beaten path. "One of These Days" and "Come On And See About Me" are actually of gospel-song origin, although treated with a blues feeling; the latter is particularly effective in its.
  • Kazijin Reply
    While Hooker's Vee-Jay recordings are backed by an electric combo, his Riverside recordings are acoustic, with just an acoustic bass and drums barely discernible behind him. This stripped down sound exposes the essence of Hooker's style. I Need Some Money is a classic, and Gonna Use My Rod is a precursor to I'm Bad Like Jesse James/5(33).

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