We remember John Lee Hooker. ‘Boom Boom Hooker’

This day (June 21, 2001), in Los Altos, California, died John Lee Hooker, an American blues singer-songwriter and guitarist.

DIGEST

Digest Tracklist :

Boom Boom (1966) . w/ Robert Cray – Bad Luck . w/ Carlos Santana — Things Gonna Change . w/ Ry Cooder (1992) . w/ Bonnie Raitt – I’M In The Mood (1991) . w/ Eric Clapton & The Rolling Stones – Boogie Chillen (1989) . Baby Lee . We’Re Gonna Do The Shout (1980) . The Beat Room (1964) .

TOP 10

John Lee Hooker Top 10 :

Boom Boom . One Bourbon, One Scotch, One Beer . I’m in the mood . Dimples . Boogie Chillen . Hobo Blues . Crawlin’ King Snake . Shake It Baby . Sugar Mama . No Shoes .

SELECTED ALBUMS

Released in September 1989, The Healer is an album by John Lee Hooker, featuring collaborations with Bonnie Raitt, Charlie Musselwhite, Los Lobos and Carlos Santana. >>

Recorded on February 9, 1960, That’s My Story is a studio album by John Lee Hooker, featuring Sam Jones and Louis Hayes, the rhythm section from Cannonball Adderley. >>

Released on January 15, 1971, Hooker ‘n Heat is a double album (and the last to feature Alan Wilson) by John Lee Hooker and Canned Heat. >>

MORE VIDEOS

[1991] John Lee Hooker brings his blues at Newport Jazz Festival in Newport, RI >> 50 MINUTES on RVM

[1996] Carlos Santana and Charlie Musselwhite will sit in with John Lee Hooker at Fillmore in San Francisco >> 3 MINUTES on RVM >>

[1992] John Lee Hooker and Ry Cooder team up for All Our Colors – The Good Road Concert, a benefit to help Native American Indians at Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View, California >> 25 MINUTES on RVM >>

[1990] John Lee Hooker and Bonnie Raitt perform together at Oakland Coliseum Stadium (Oakland, CA) >> 10 MINUTES >>

[1986] John Lee Hooker, Carlos Santana & Etta James team up at Fillmore Auditorium in San Francisco, CA >> 25 MINUTES >>

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Wikipedia : This day (June 21, 2001), in Los Altos, California, died John Lee Hooker, an American blues singer-songwriter and guitarist.

John Lee Hooker : John Lee was invited to perform The Rolling Stones and guest Eric Clapton for their national television broadcast during The Stones’ 1989 Steel Wheels tour. In 1990, many musical greats paid tribute to John Lee Hooker with a performance at Madison Square Garden.

@last.fm : He could be said to embody his own unique genre of the blues, often incorporating the boogie-woogie piano style and a driving rhythm into his masterful and idiosyncratic blues guitar and singing.

@Discogs :

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1 Comment
  1. Lisett Torred says

    Magnifico!

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