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John Lee Hooker - Don't Turn Me from Your Door: John Lee Hooker Sings His Blues album mp3
Acoustic Blues,Blues Revival,Country Blues,Delta Blues,Detroit Blues,Electric Blues,Electric Delta Blues,Regional Blues,Contemporary Blues
  • Performer:
    John Lee Hooker
  • Title:
    Don't Turn Me from Your Door: John Lee Hooker Sings His Blues
  • Genre:
  • Style:
    Acoustic Blues,Blues Revival,Country Blues,Delta Blues,Detroit Blues,Electric Blues,Electric Delta Blues,Regional Blues,Contemporary Blues
  • Date of release:
    1963
  • Size FLAC version
    1357 megabytes
  • Size MP3 version
    1617 megabytes
  • Size WMA version
    1153 megabytes
  • Rating:
    4.5
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    214
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Vocals, Guitar – Eddie Kirkland (tracks: 2, 13, 15), John Lee Hooker. Written-By – Charles Brown (tracks: 6), Eddie Williams (3) (tracks: 6), John Lee Hooker (tracks: 1 to 5, 7 to 16), Johnny Moore (2) (tracks: 6). Notes. Atco Records, Division of Atlantic Recording Corporation. This album was originally released as Atco 33-151 in February 1963. It was later reissued as Detroit Special, Atlantic 7228 on October 5, 1972. Digitally remastered from the original mono master tapes at Atlantic Studios, NYC, December, 1991. 1972 Atlantic Recording Corporation. Track durations are not published on release.

John Lee Hooker: все альбомы, включая Walking The Boogie, Sugar Mama, Driving-Rhythm Boogie Style, Baby, Please Don't Go и другие. Don't Turn Me From Your Door: John Lee Hooker Sings His Blues.

Tracklist: 1. Stuttering Blues, 2. Wobbling Baby, 3. You Lost A Good Man, 4. Love My Baby, 5. Misbelieving Baby, 6. Drifting Blues, 7. Don’t Turn Me From Your Door, 8. My Baby Don’t Love Me, 9. I Ain’t Got Nobody, 10. Real Real Gone, 11. Guitar’ Lovin Man, 12. Talk About Your Baby. 3. You Lost A Good Man. 5. Misbelieving Baby. 7. Don’t Turn Me From Your Door. 8. My Baby Don’t Love Me. 9. I Ain’t Got Nobody. 11. Guitar’ Lovin Man. 12. More albums from John Lee Hooker: Kabuki Wuki by John Lee Hooker. And Seven Nights by John Lee Hooker. House Of The Blues by John Lee Hooker. Jealous by John Lee Hooker. Boom Boom by John Lee Hooker.

John Lee Hooker (August 22, 1917 – June 21, 2001) was a highly influential American blues singer-songwriter and guitarist. The Web's Largest Resource for.

Artist: John Lee Hooker Album: Don't Turn Me From Your Door: John Lee Hooker Sings His Blues Genre: Country Blues, Delta Blues, Electric Blues Label: ATCO, Atlantic Records, Warner Music, Rhino Records Released: 1963/2012 Quality: FLAC (image+. cue) Tracklist: Stuttering Blues. Love My Baby. Don't Turn Me From Your Door. My Baby Don't Love Me. I Ain't Got Nobody. Guitar Lovin' Man.

John Lee Hooker's music has left a mark in the music world. When he died in 2001, the entire world mourned his loss. He was an icon to the blues world, and more importantly, the music world. This collection of songs taken from various sessions in 1953 is a great compilation. And, it's just Hooker and an electric guitar. And, that makes for an enjoyable compilation of songs

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Credits

John Lee Hooker - Primary Artist

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Stuttering Blues John Lee Hooker 2:15
2 Pouring Down Rain John Lee Hooker 2:34
3 You Lost a Good Man John Lee Hooker 2:52
4 Love My Baby John Lee Hooker 2:36
5 Misbelieving Baby John Lee Hooker 2:30
6 Drifting Blues John Lee Hooker 3:31
7 Wobbling Baby John Lee Hooker 2:37
8 Goin' South John Lee Hooker 3:10
9 Don't Turn Me from Your Door John Lee Hooker 2:44
10 My Baby Don't Love Me John Lee Hooker 3:00
11 I Ain't Got Nobody John Lee Hooker 2:28
12 Real Real Gone John Lee Hooker 2:24
13 Guitar Lovin' Man John Lee Hooker 2:41
14 Talk About Your Baby John Lee Hooker 2:34
15 Blue Monday John Lee Hooker 2:29
16 My Baby Put Me Down John Lee Hooker 2:34

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What makes this album a cut above other Fifties era Hooker releases is the clear and intimate fidelity that was Atlantic's trademark. The Vee-Jay recordings may be more famous, but this collection is a solid sample of Hooker's strengths, with the added bonus of sounding like he's sitting right in front of you. This album must also have had a prominent place in Van Morrison's collection, as it's startling to hear Hooker sing "I got a home on high in another world," on the desolate title track, which Van would later echo on "Astral Weeks." There's also "Real Real Gone" which may or may not have inspired Van's song of the same name.