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Baby Lee - John Lee Hooker - The Healer

Namespaces Article Talk. Views Read Edit View history. Languages Add links. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. I'm John Lee Hooker. Do the Boogie. Road Trouble. Christmas Time Blues. Drifting from Door to Door.

Howlin' Wolf. Track Listing - Disc 3. Crawlin' King Snake. Wayne County Ramblin' Blues. Talkin' Boogie. I Love to Boogie.

Graveyard Blues. Cotton Pickin' Boogie. Hoogie Boogie. Huckle Up Baby. Whistlin' and Moanin' Blues. Momma Poppa Boogie. Burning Hell. Sailing Blues. Black Cat Blues. Track Listing - Disc 4. Miss Rosie Mae. Highway Blues. Don't Go Baby. The Numbers. Weeping Willow Blues. Forgive Me. Playing the Races. Wednesday Evening. Let Your Daddy Ride. Queen Bee. I'm in the Mood. Tease Me Baby. Featuring a wide array of guest stars, including Bonnie Raitt , Johnnie Johnson , and Los Lobos , The Healer captured widespread media attention because of all the superstar musicians involved in its production.

Unfortunately, that long guest list is what makes the album a fairly unengaging listen. Certainly there are moments were it clicks, but that's usually when the music doesn't greatly expand on his stripped-down boogie.

The other moments are professional, but not exciting. It's a pleasant listen, but never quite an engaging one. AllMusic relies heavily on JavaScript.

Please enable JavaScript in your browser to use the site fully. Blues Classical Country. Release Year incorrect year? Song Genres. Blues 9. Song Styles. Song Moods. Song Themes. John Lee Hooker. I'm John Lee Hooker. Dimples [DJM].

House Rent Boogie [Charly]. The Healer. John Lee Hooker on Vee-Jay, King of the Boogie [Drive Archive]. The Early Years. Various Artists. As a result, Besman recorded Hooker playing guitar, singing and stomping on a wooden pallet in time with the music. For much of this period he recorded and toured with Eddie Kirkland. In Hooker's later sessions for Vee-Jay Records in Chicago, studio musicians accompanied him on most of his recordings, including Eddie Taylor , who could handle his musical idiosyncrasies.

One of his earliest collaborations was with British blues rock band the Groundhogs. Hooker appeared in the film The Blues Brothers. He performed "Boom Boom" in the role of a street musician. The s saw additional collaboration albums: Mr. His re-recording of "Boom Boom" the title track for his album with guitarist Jimmie Vaughan became Hooker's highest charting single number 16 in the UK.

Hooker died in his sleep on June 21, , in Los Altos, California in his home. He was a recipient of a National Heritage Fellowship awarded by the National Endowment for the Arts , which is the United States government's highest honor in the folk and traditional arts. He is also inducted into the Mississippi Musicians Hall of Fame. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. American blues singer-songwriter and guitarist. For other people named John Hooker, see John Hooker disambiguation.

Pointblank Chameleon. Main article: John Lee Hooker discography. Blues — A Regional Experience. Santa Barbara: Praeger Publishers. Retrieved February 19, John is listed as 7 years of age at his last birthday. If this is accurate — and if his birthday is August 22, as he claimed — he was born August 22,

The Healer John Lee Hooker. Featuring Santana. Album The Healer. The Healer Lyrics. Hmm, hmm, hmm, hmm Hmm, oh Lord, Lord Baby Lee 4. Cuttin’ Out 5. Think Twice Before You Go.

6 thoughts on “Baby Lee - John Lee Hooker - The Healer ”

  1. Sajora says:
    Nov 21,  · I have a massive John Lee Hooker CD collection, and while a lot of people know "The Healer" and it may have introduced many blues lovers to a great artist, the truth is it's hugely overrated and nowhere close to his best album. Hooker is best by himself and, well, younger. Early Hooker is almost always better/5(10).
  2. Samull says:
    Jun 18,  · George Thorogood, Santana, and more - made a masterpiece of music with John Lee Hooker. It is a tribute to John - of what he can do and of the artists who play so well with him. Who else has been around so long that their first cuts were on 78's and can still make music that is not only damn good but is leading edge fresh.5/5(1).
  3. Dohn says:
    John Lee Hooker (August 22, – June 21, ) was an American blues singer, songwriter, and guitarist. The son of a sharecropper, he rose to prominence performing an electric guitar-style adaptation of .
  4. Shakakazahn says:
    Song information for Baby Lee - John Lee Hooker on AllMusic. Song information for Baby Lee - John Lee Hooker on AllMusic The Healer. Zomba: John Lee Hooker / Memphis Slim / Jimmy Reed / Jimmy Witherspoon. Box Full of Blues.
  5. Vudosho says:
    The Healer Co-producer – Carlos Santana, Jim Gaines, Roy Rogers (2) Congas – Armando Peraza Drums – Ngudu Chancler * Engineer – Jim Gaines Featuring – Santana, The Santana Band * Guitar – Carlos Santana Keyboards, Synthesizer – Chester Thompson (2) Timbales – Chepito Areas * Vocals – John Lee Hooker Written-By – C /5(60).
  6. Bakasa says:
    Feb 07,  · Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises Baby Lee · John Lee Hooker · Robert Cray The Healer ℗ Calliope Entertainment LLC Released on:

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