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John Lee Hooker — I Aint Gonna Suffer No More
Album: Boom Boom
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Released: 1992
Length: 6:22
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 MilesW wrote:
who's playing hammond? sublime....
 
Melvyn "Deacon" Jones
Had the privilege to see John Lee twice, once in Minneapolis and once in Milwaukee in the late '80s. Didn't know what to expect, but he blew the doors off, both times. His backing band, The Coast to Coast Blues Band, gets lots of credit too. Grateful I had the chance to see one of the old blues greats. Long live RP and JLH!
For an alternative (contrasting) view, see Albert Murray's "Stomping the Blues." Blues in this view are an exorcism of misery, not a celebration of it.
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AhhtheMusic wrote:

Mr. Blues. Yep, the Blues are SUPPOSED to make you sad, that is why they are called The Blues!  He is the master Mr. Blues man!  Thank you John Lee Hooker.

 
Oh but there should be such a man... I seek, yet I don't find.
Thanks Mr Universe to have given us Mr Hooker !!!
 KurtfromLaQuinta wrote:
Man... am I ever depressed! {#Frown}
 

Mr. Blues. Yep, the Blues are SUPPOSED to make you sad, that is why they are called The Blues!  He is the master Mr. Blues man!  Thank you John Lee Hooker.

Man... am I ever depressed! {#Frown}
who's playing hammond? sublime....
Ooof - good and evil man  (not the floity type  : )
Sure thing it's Saint Germain.

Edit: But I was wrong. The samples from that track is from 'Harry's Philosophy'.