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John Lee Hooker - Don't Turn Me from Your Door


Label:

Friday Music

Genre:

Blues

Product No.:
AFRM 213315
UPC: 829421331513
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180 Gram Vinyl Record



180 Gram LP
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180 Gram Vinyl Record




Limited edition 180-gram LP

50th anniversary edition of Hooker's iconic 1963 masterpiece

John Lee Hooker was absolutely one of the most prolific and rhythmic pioneers of the blues scene for most of his life. Recording his first 78's in the 1940s and rapidly becoming one of the most in demand bluesmen of his time, Hooker was truly an American legend of our modern times.

With hundreds of songs and an untold amount of recordings and live performances throughout his lifetime, John Lee was also one of the most revered and interpreted songwriters. Major recording acts like Canned Heat, Johnny Winter, Van Morrison, The Rolling Stones, Eric Clapton, George Thorogood were all champions of this sorely missed icon.

Fifty years ago, ATCO Records released one of the most important albums of his career with Don't Turn Me From Your Door - John Lee Hooker Sings His Blues. The dozen gems that make up this rural blues event would go on to become some of his most famous tunes including the title track which was covered by numerous rock and blues artists over the years like Savoy Brown and the terrific blues wailing of "Drifting Blues," the rockin' "Real Real Gone" and of course another brilliant standard with "My Baby Don't Love Me."

The award winning giant of the blues continues with even more hard rockin' blues numbers like "Guitar Lovin' Man," "Wobbling Baby" and fan favorite "Stuttering Blues." From Friday Music, mastering by Joe Reagoso.

 

 



Side 1
Stuttering Blues
Wobbling Baby
You Lost A Good Man
Love My Baby
Misbelieving Baby
Drifting Blues

Side 2
Don’t Turn Me From Your Door
My Baby Don’t Love Me
I Ain’t Got Nobody
Real Real Gone
Guitar Lovin’ Man
Talk About Your Baby

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