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John Lee Hooker - The Complete '50s Chess Recordings (1998/2007)
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Artist: John Lee Hooker
Title: The Complete '50s Chess Recordings
Year Of Release: 1998/2007
Label: Universal-Island Records
Genre: Blues
Quality: FLAC (tracks)
Total Time: 01:35:41
Total Size: 388 mb

1. John Lee Hooker - Mad Man Blues
2. John Lee Hooker - Hey Boogie
3. John Lee Hooker - Louise
4. John Lee Hooker - High Priced Woman
5. John Lee Hooker - Union Station Blues
6. John Lee Hooker - Ground Hog Blues
7. John Lee Hooker - Leave My Wife Alone
8. John Lee Hooker - Ramblin' By Myself
9. John Lee Hooker - Dreamin' Blues
10. John Lee Hooker - Just Me And My Telephone
11. John Lee Hooker - Walkin' The Boogie
12. John Lee Hooker - Sugar Mama
13. John Lee Hooker - Please Don't Go
14. John Lee Hooker - I Don't Want Your Money (Album Version)
15. John Lee Hooker - Hey Baby
16. John Lee Hooker - Bluebird
1. John Lee Hooker - Walkin' The Boogie
2. John Lee Hooker - Love Blues
3. John Lee Hooker - Lonely Boy Boogie (a_ka_ New Boogie)
4. John Lee Hooker - Apologize
5. John Lee Hooker - The Journey
6. John Lee Hooker - Worried Life Blues
7. John Lee Hooker - Down At The Landing
8. John Lee Hooker - You Have Two Hearts (Album Version)
9. John Lee Hooker - It's My Own Fault
10. John Lee Hooker - Blues For Big Town
11. John Lee Hooker - Women And Money
12. John Lee Hooker - Big Fine Woman (Single Version)
13. John Lee Hooker - Tell Me Baby (Single Version)
14. John Lee Hooker - Blues For Christmas
15. John Lee Hooker - Cry Baby Cry
Cita:Hooker bounced around between label affiliations like crazy in the 1950s, recording under almost as many fake names as he did labels during that decade. His two lasting record company hookups occurred with Chess in the early 1950s and Vee-Jay later on in the decade. All of Hooker's Chess masters from that decade (he would later record in the '60s for them as well) are here on this two-disc, 31-track collection. Unlike other Chess artists, Hooker did little of his recording in Chicago, preferring to work out of his Detroit home base, where he continued to record for other labels under a variety of pseudonyms. His 1951 Chicago session excepted, the rest of the tracks emanate from Detroit sessions that also saw issuance on the local Gone, H-Q and Fortune labels. This is early John Lee at his solo-guitar, foot-stomping best, featuring boogies and introspective, slow blues that rival his best work. Some of the Detroit tracks reveal inbred distortion that can't be overcome even with modern day noise reduction techniques, but don't let that deter you from sampling some of the best John Lee Hooker available on compact disc for a second.
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