John Lee Hooker Low Down Midnite Boogie
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- Released: July 15, 2009
- Originally Released: 2005
- Label: Savoy Jazz
- 1.Can't You See What You're Doing To Me
- 2.Sittin' Here Thinkin'
- 3.I Bought You A Brand New Home
- 4.Teasin' Me
- 5.When My First Wife Quit Me
- 6.C.C. Rider
- 7.My Cryin' Days Are Over
- 8.How Long, How Long Blues
- 9.Sad And Lonesome
- 10.Low Down Midnite Boogie
- 11.Twister Blues
- 12.Good Business
- 13.Mercy Blues
- 14.Goin' Mad Blues
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Personnel: John Lee Hooker (vocals, guitar).
Liner Note Author: Colin Escott.
Savoy's Low Down Midnite Boogie is made up of two different John Lee Hooker sessions recorded in the late '40s and 1961. Tracks one through nine feature Hooker with Detroiter Eddie Kirkland and an unspecified bassist and drummer. The final five tunes are solo Hooker and although enjoyable, they aren't anything that Hooker fans haven't heard before. On the other hand, the quartet tracks are gritty, loose, and off-the-cuff blues that really highlight Hooker's unique electric guitar stylings. While all 14 tracks are noteworthy, the sound quality isn't great. However, the combination of 24-bit digital remastering and mid-line pricing makes this an attractive compilation for both the novice and collector. ~ Al Campbell
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