John Lee Hooker’s ‘That’s My Story’

John Lee Hooker’s ‘That’s My Story’ is a studio album recorded on February 9, 1960 with Sam Jones & Louis Hayes (the rhythm section from Cannonball Adderley) and released the same year by Riverside.

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Track Listing : 1.I Need Some Money (John Lee Hooker) – 02:25 . 2.Come On And See About Me (John Lee Hooker) – 03:06 . 3.I’M Wanderin’ (John Lee Hooker) – 05:12 . 4.Democrat Man (John Lee Hooker) – 03:27 . 5.I Want To Talk About You (John Lee Hooker) – 03:02 . 6.Gonna Use My Rod (John Lee Hooker) – 04:20 . 7.Wednesday Evenin’ Blues (John Lee Hooker) – 03:34 . 8.No More Doggin’ (John Lee Hooker) – 02:42 . 9.One Of These Days (John Lee Hooker) – 04:05 . 10.I Believe I’Ll Go Back Home (John Lee Hooker) – 03:42 . 11.You’Re Leavin’ Me, Baby (John Lee Hooker) – 03:51 . 12.That’S My Story (John Lee Hooker) – 04:34

Musicians : John Lee Hooker – Guitar, Vocals . Sam Jones – Bass . Tony Mcphee – Guitar . Louis Hayes – Drums

Production : Produced By Orrin Keepnews Jack Higgins – Engineer

Package : Paul Bacon – Design . Ken Braren – Design . Harris Lewine – Design . Orrin Keepnews – Liner Notes . Lawrence Shustak – Photography

Recorded On February 9, 1960 At Reeves Sound Studios (New York, New York).

Released In 1960 By Riverside.

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Keepnews had an acoustic country blues vision for the bluesmanand That’s My Story favors a raw, stripped-down, bare-bones approach — no electric guitar, no distortion, no singles aimed at rock & rollers. //////////////// […]

BradL @ RateYourMusic
Best of all is Democrat Man, in which JLH swears his allegiance to the party of FDR, muses that he ain’t got no shoes under a Republican administration and foresees better times when the Democrats get back in. […]

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John Lee Hooker’s ‘That’s My Story’

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