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- Released: March 14, 2006
- Originally Released: 2000
- Label: Collectables Records
Description by OLDIES.com:
Mississippi-born John Lee Hooker is one of the great Blues singers and guitar innovators - he began his career in the '40s and is still going strong today. Originally released on Vee-Jay Records and digitally remastered, this album includes "Lost A Good Girl", "Drugstore Woman", as well as one of Hooker's best known and most-covered songs, "Boom, Boom".
- 1.Boom Boom
- 3.Lost A Good Girl
- 4.A New Leaf
- 5.Blues Before Sunrise
- 6.Let's Make It
- 7.I Got A Letter
- 9.Drug Store Woman
- 10.Keep Your Hands To Yourself
- 11.What Do You Say
Originally released on Vee-Jay in 1962.
Includes original release liner notes by John W. Peters.
All tracks have been digitally remastered.
Personnel: John Lee Hooker (vocals, guitar); Alan Wilson (guitar, harmonica, piano); Henry Vestine (guitar); Adolfo de la Parra (drums).
From the vaults of Vee Jay Records comes an abundance of classic John Lee Hooker reissues, featuring original art work, running orders, and budget prices from the Collectables label. With the amount of Hooker material available on the market, some of it is of dubious quality, but you can't go wrong with these reissues. Burnin' was released in 1962 and combines 12 tracks of electric material performed by Hooker backed by a band on ""Boom Boom," "Blues Before Sunrise," "Drug Store Woman," and "What Do You Say." All of the Hooker Vee Jay reissues are recommended. ~ Al Campbell
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