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samedi 12 décembre 2020

JOHN LEE HOOKER THE REAL FOLK BLUES

CHESS RECORDS 1966                              LPS-1508

 

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 Personnel

    John Lee Hooker – guitar, vocals
    Lafayette Leake – piano, organ
    Eddie Burns – guitar (tracks 1-8)
    Other unidentified musicians – bass, tambourine
    S.P. Leary or possibly Fred Below – drums

Recorded    Chicago, May 1966
Producer, Liner Notes – Ralph Bass 


Tracklist

A1     Let's Go Out Tonight     7:05
A2     Peace Lovin' Man     3:48
A3     Stella Mae     2:59
A4     I Put My Trust In You     5:15
B1     I'm In The Mood     2:41
B2     You Know, I Know     3:46
B3     I'll Never Trust Your Love Again     3:20
B4     One Bourbon, One Scotch, One Beer     2:58
B5     The Waterfront     




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