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Album: House Of The Blues
Released: 1960
Style: Delta Blues
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This 1959 Chess album collects 1951-1954 efforts by John Lee Hooker. Some important titles here are the ominous "Leave My Wife Alone," the stark "Sugar Mama," "Ramblin' by Myself," and with Eddie Kirkland on second guitar, "Louise" and "High Priced Woman.

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Ground Hog Blues, 11. High Priced Woman, 12. Women And Money. By: John Lee Hooker (1960, Blues). Wrong audio? Try another! More albums from John Lee Hooker

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One of the true masters from the blues, John Lee Hooker, developed his own musical style during the 50s and 60s. His recordings during the period 1951-1954 are collected on the album House of the Blues. You can feel the thrilling blues while listening to his heartbreaking blues story's. With his characteristic voice and his own interpretation of the boogie he was rightly named "King of the Boogie". On the album you'll find deeply effective songs like "Walkin' the Boogie" and "Ground Hog Blues"  . John Lee Hooker never slowed down during his longtime career as a musician. Onwards from the mid-40s he recorded a few hundred songs. During the folk movement in the 60s he was rediscovered and introduced to a new public. 180 gram audiophile vinyl. 12 early blues songs written and performed by acclaimed blues itarist.

John Lee Hooker was born in Clarksdale, Mississippi on August 22, 1917. As a blues singer and guitarist, he began his career in Detroit in 1948 with the release of Boogie Chillun, the biggest of his several hit records. He toured continually, and among "deep blues" artists enjoyed an unusually successful career, appearing in concerts and on recordings with many of the leading figures in rock. He learned how to play guitar from his stepfather and had a great interest in gospel music .

His best known songs include "Boogie Chillen" (1948) and "Boom Boom" (1962).

The House Of The Blues, first released on CD in 1986, is a collection of John Lee Hooker recordings from 1951 and 1952, originally compiled for an LP release in 1960. Now, Hooker compilations of material from this period can vary wildly when it comes to sound quality, so I'll address that issue before going any further. This disc certainly deserves to be up there with some of the better known premium priced compilations and not discarded amid the masses of more questionably sourced budget rubbish. As for the music itself, aside from the two bad quality tracks (both of which feature a backing band) they are largely Hooker solo, with just a couple of tracks featuring the additional guitar of Eddie Kirkland.