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Nightmare Blues - John Lee Hooker - The Blues, Young And Wild, 1948 - 1949 (CD)

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  1. This two-disc set contains some of the earliest material by John Lee Hooker just previous to and upon his arrival in Detroit. The early sides are still pretty raw in terms of the sound quality and have been cleaned up better elsewhere -- in fact, some of this stuff sounds like it was mastered from 78s -- but the music is still untouchable.6/
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Young And Wild , Black 'N Blue Recordings on Discogs.
  3. Listeners wanting to find a comprehensive collection of Hooker's work may not find it here, but they certainly won't be disappointed once the needle hits the grooves on this solid Chess release by the blues master. Featuring nine Hooker originals, the set is a fetching mix of raucously fun up-tempo cuts ("Let's Go Out Tonight") and starkly slow classics ("Stella Mae").
  4. Audio CD, February 3, "Please retry" $ $ — Audio CD $ 1 New from $ Register a free business account; Editorial Reviews Nightmare Blues by John Lee Hooker Track Listings Disc: 1 1. Nightmare Blues 2. No Mortgage On My Soul 3. No Shoes 4. Nobody To Talk To Me 5. Playing The Races 6. Please Take Me Back 7. Poor Joe.
  5. This two-disc set contains some of the earliest material by John Lee Hooker just previous to and upon his arrival in Detroit. The early sides are still pretty raw in terms of the sound quality and have been cleaned up better elsewhere -- in fact, some of this stuff sounds like it was mastered from 78s -- but the music is still twindorirotanhohanridobalthumbslow.co: $
  6. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about John Lee Hooker - The Blues at Discogs. Complete your John Lee Hooker collection.

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