Specialty Profiles: John Lee Hooker

John Lee Hooker

Specialty Profiles John Lee Hooker
  • CAT # SPCD-30053-25

    1. Boogie Chillen #2 2:44
    2. I'm Mad 2:44
    3. Everybody's Blues 2:48
    4. Burnin' Hell 2:42
    5. Do My Baby Think Of Me 2:52
    6. Goin' Down Highway 51 2:28
    7. My Baby's Got Something 2:48
    8. I Need Lovin' 2:54
    9. Grinder Man 3:13
    10. No More Doggin' (A.K.A. No More Foolin') 2:31
    11. I Need Love So Bad 3:08
    12. Huckle Up Baby 2:46
    13. Nothin' But Trouble (Don't Take Your Wife's Family In) 3:24
    14. Odds Against Me (A.K.A. Backbiters And Syndicators) 3:06

In celebration of its 60th anniversary, Specialty Records presents this exciting new CD series of specially priced African-American blues and gospel.

Each CD also contains a special full-length bonus disc featuring: Roy Milton & His Solid Senders - R.M. Blues, Joe Liggins & The Honeydrippers - Pink Champagne, Percy Mayfield - Please Send Me Someone To Love, Lloyd Price - Lawdy Miss Clawdy, Jesse & Marvin - Dream Girl, Guitar Slim - The Things That I Used to Do, Little Richard - Long Tall Sally, Sam Cooke - I’ll Come Running Back to You, Don & Dewey - Leavin’ It All Up to You, Larry Williams - Dizzy, Miss Lizzy

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with Sam Jones, Louis Hayes Recorded in 1960. More