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John Lee Hooker

(August 22, 1917 June 21, 2001)
A sharecropper from Mississippi who
developed his own unique blend of
'talking blues' and boogie. He came
to prominence after moving to Detroit
in 1948.

Videos:

Bank Robbery (04:37)

Boogie Chillen' (3:11)

Boom Boom (2:53)

Boom Boom (2:40)

Down Home Shakedown (4:54)

Hobo Blues (2:42)

I'll Never Get Out Of These Blues Alive (4:32)

I'm Bad Like Jesse James (3:31)

I'm In The Mood (4:20)

It's My Own Fault & Come Back Baby (8:35)

One Bourbon, One Scotch, One Beer (3:46)

Serves Me Right To Suffer (8:09)

Tupelo (2:13)

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