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Mad Man Blues - John Lee Hooker - Plays And Sings The Blues (CD, Album)

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  1. 参照 Plays & Sings The Blues, CD, Album, RE, CD CHESS The music can't be faulted - it's great, raw boogie. Disappointingly, however, on the version I have - CD CHESS - the track 'Lonely Boy Boogie' in fact only lasts and not , as the CD booklet states.
  2. The songs on Plays and Sings the Blues were recorded in and finally released a decade later. The songs are fairly quiet with just guitar, bass and Hooker's archetype voice. The album has a .
  3. Mad Man Blues Recorded late - Gone 60, Chess (both as John Lee Booker), Chess LP John Lee Hooker Plays and Sings The Blues (Chess , ) This has the entire contents of the Chess album Plays and Sings The Blues, plus four extra tracks.
  4. Song information for Mad Man Blues - John Lee Hooker on AllMusic AllMusic. New Releases. Featured New Releases Artist/Album Label Time AllMusic Rating; John Lee Hooker. Plays and Sings the Blues. Chess / MCA: John Lee Hooker. Mad Man Blues. MCA:
  5. Mad Man Blues Lyrics: I go home at night about half past four / All that knocking on my door / I got the mad man blues / I got the mad man blues / I got the mad man blues / Man don't you know, don.
  6. 2 LPs ON 1 CD + 3 BONUS TRACKS 4 1/2 STARS ALL MUSIC GUIDE John Lee Hooker developed a “talking blues” style that became his trademark. Though similar to the early Delta tradition, his metrically free approach and unique sound would make him a staple of the Detroit blues tradition.
  7. Nowhere on the original album was there even a photo of him; the recordings revealed what the packaging didn't-that Hooker was one of the deepest blues artists ever. Even though this album doesn't contain any of Hooker's best known material, the set showcases Hooker's almost trance-like approach to the blues, especially on the slow blues numbers like "Please Don't Go," "The Journey," and "Mad .
  8. With little more than the steady stomp of his foot, the virtuosic hum of his guitar, and his famously murky voice, John Lee Hooker makes blues magic. These are wry, witty, beautifully simple songs, and if you don't find your foot tapping in time to the rhythm at least once, you haven't been paying attention/5(8).

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