‘Hooker ‘n Heat’ by John Lee Hooker & Canned Heat

‘Hooker ‘n Heat’ by John Lee Hooker & Canned Heat is a double album (the last to feature Alan Wilson) released on January 15, 1971 by Liberty / Elektra.

Track Listing : 1.Messin’ With The Hook (John Lee Hooker) – 03:23 . 2.The Feelin’ Is Gone (John Lee Hooker) – 04:32 . 3.Send Me Your Pillow (John Lee Hooker) – 04:48 . 4.Sittin’ Here Thinkin’ (John Lee Hooker) – 04:07 . 5.Meet Me In The Bottom (John Lee Hooker) – 03:34 . 6.Alimonia Blues (John Lee Hooker) – 04:31 . 7.Drifter (John Lee Hooker) – 04:57 . 8.You Talk Too Much (John Lee Hooker) – 03:16 . 9.Burning Hell (John Lee Hooker, Bernard Besman) – 05:28 . 10.Bottle Up And Go (John Lee Hooker) – 02:27 . 11.The World Today (John Lee Hooker) – 07:47 . 12.I Got My Eyes On You (John Lee Hooker) – 04:26 . 13.Whiskey And Wimmen’ (John Lee Hooker) – 04:37 . 14.Just You And Me (John Lee Hooker) – 07:42 . 15.Let’S Make It (John Lee Hooker) – 04:06 . 16.Peavine (John Lee Hooker) – 05:07 . 17.Boogie Chillen No. 2 (John Lee Hooker, Bernard Besman) – 11:33

Musicians : John Lee Hooker – Guitar, Guitar (Rhythm), Vocals . Canned Heat – Band . Antonio De La Barreda – Bass . Adolfo De La Parra – Drums, Percussion . Bob Hite – Vocals . Henry Vestine – Guitar . Alan Wilson – Guitar, Guitar (Rhythm), Harmonica, Piano, Vocals

Production : Produced By Bob Hite, Skip Taylor Martin Birch – Mixing . Dino Lappas – Engineer . Ron Mcmaster – Engineer . Robert Zimbler – Mixing

Package : Tom Copi – Photography . Philip Melnick – Photography . Michael Ochs – Photography . Norman Seeff – Art Direction . John Tobler – Liner Notes . Tom Tucker – Cover Photo,

Recorded In May 1970 At Liberty Records, Los Angeles, California.

Released On January 15, 1971 By Liberty / Elektra.

(Source ‘Hooker ‘n Heat’ by John Lee Hooker & Canned Heat | Canned Heat – Official website)

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Scott’s Rock and Soul Album Reviews
The unsung hero of the album, harp player Al Wilson, then joins Hooker on track seven (“Drifter”)and their mutual admiration is obvious (Hooker: “I don’t know how you follow me but you do”). The music is agreeably rawand my visual image is seeing these guys playing dingy clubs due to a sheer love of their musicand that spirit is what makes the best bits on this album so special. The album really takes off when the rest of Canned Heat joins Hooker […]

KingChile96 @ RateYourMusic
Probably my favorite blues album. Canned Heat is credited as the backing band and producers, but Hooker’s guitar is front, he’s the only voice on hereand about half the tracks feature only him. […]

allmusic
That said, the readings of the seminal “Burning Hell” and “Bottle Up and Go” kept their familiar monikers intact. The full-fledged collaborations shine as both parties unleash some of their finest respective work. […]

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