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  1. Moogunris

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    John Lee Hooker grew up on a plantation in Mississippi and eventually made his way to Detroit, bypassing the blues hotbed of Chicago. In , Hooker showed up at the office of a Detroit record store/label owner named Bernard Besman, and presented him with a demo. Besman provided the studio and produced this song for Hooker.
  2. Tutaur

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    Aug 22,  · 6. Hooker’s first hit, “Boogie Chillen’,” sold nearly a million copies in — and has a lot of versions. John Lee recorded 15 other versions of the song, including the titles “Boogie Chillun,” “Boogie Chillen,” “Boogie Chillen No. 2,” and “Boogie Chillen 2” .
  3. Fezuru

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    Mar 27,  · Hooker also cut his own version, in , on a like-named album, letting him showcase a very different style from his usual boogie. Keith Richards on his love affair with the blues Read more.
  4. Tojazragore

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    Sonny Boy Williamson was an enigma in the modern blues world of the early s, a real true example of the travelling blues man who rambled and hoboed across America playing music, gambling, womanising and drinking heavily along the way. 26 tracks including all 12 titles from the classic 'Down And Out Blues' albums which reach No. 20 in the UK charts.
  5. Zolotilar

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    Boogie Chillen' This song is by John Lee Hooker and appears on the album I'm John Lee Hooker () on the album The Blues () on the compilation album Boogie Chillun () on the compilation album 40th Anniversary Album () on the compilation album The Ultimate Collection () on the compilation album Half a Stranger Vol. 1 () on the compilation The Best Blues Album.
  6. Magrel

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    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Boogie Chillun - John Lee Hooker on AllMusic - - Recorded live in November in San Francisco,.
  7. Kazijas

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    Oct 24,  · August 22 nd marked years since the birth of John Lee Hooker, and there have been many events and happenings to celebrate. On that date, Craft Recordings announced the 5 CD set, King of the Boogie as part of that John Lee Hooker celebration. King of the Boogie .
  8. Fenritilar

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    "Boogie Chillen'" or "Boogie Chillun" is a blues song first recorded by John Lee Hooker in It is a solo performance featuring Hooker's vocal, electric guitar, and rhythmic foot stomps. The lyrics are partly autobiographical and alternate between spoken and sung verses.
  9. Nik

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    John Lee Hooker. John Lee Hooker (August 22, – June 21, ) was a highly influential American blues singer-songwriter and guitarist. Update this biography» Complete biography of John Lee Hooker».

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