One bourbon, one scotch and one beer sounds like the a perfect remedy to a long day of work followed by trudging home through the snow. [ more › ]
Van Morrison and John Lee Hooker -- Gloria, at the Beacon Theater, 1989.
Vieux Farka Toure - Mon Pays (Six Degrees) The late singer and guitarist Ali Farka Touré was a big John Lee Hooker fan and blended the ‘Boogie Man’s’ style with the traditional music of his own country, Mali, in West Africa – which has ancestral ties with the blues, though Ali’s music was certainly not “the […]
Visit Indie Shuffle to download. Sounds like: Mos Def, Talib Kweli Song: Roots Manuva - Witness (Benji Boko's Blues Cut) [download here] What's so good? For the past few nights I’ve been diving into a lot of John Lee Hooker, so thisShow More Summary
Show Notes: An eclectic mix show lined up for this Memorial Day Weekend. On deck today are a few Memorial Day songs (Decoration Day), a few tornado songs, twin spins of John Lee Hooker and Johnny Fuller as well, some interesting pre-war and post-war blues obscurities and lots more. Like many folks I was transfixed [...]
Iconic bluesman Charlie Musselwhite has been belting out the blues on his harmonica since the 1960s. He has played the blues with the best of them, but in a guest appearance on a John Lee Hooker album in 1997, he met Ben Harper. It may have taken 16 years to finally get these two together [...] Advertise here with BSA
John Lee Hooker & Carlos Santana — Chill Out (Things Gonna Change) Some great news, pups...Carlos Santana Reuniting Original Santana Band for New Album
I had never heard Slim Harpo's version of "Boogie Chillun" till this morning. It's city as a mofo and I LOVE IT... but, it's a John Lee Hooker song, THE FIRST John Lee Hooker song I ever heard; the weight of THIS SONG runs deep for me. Show More Summary
MVD Visual has made available a 1974 Cable TV broadcast of an afternoon performance by John Lee Hooker and the Coast to Coast Blues Band, Cook With The Hook: Live in 1974. from a city landfill in Gardner, Massachusetts as the King of the Boogie was appearing in the area. Show More Summary
Just seems appropriate somehow. YouTube Video
Editor's Note: These are the unedited notes and thoughts of a European trader. One Bourbon One Scotch One Beer -- John Lee Hooker 1966 Mild Risk On mood to open Europe after the last two day of gains. US closed near their highs Asia eventually succumbed as well to the party mood (which didn't hinder a new low of 0.74% in JGBs). Show More Summary
When is an album greater than the sum of it’s parts? When you take 4 established front men, put them in a room together and have them record 10 covers of everyone from John Lee Hooker to Gary U.S. Bonds and the MC5 in their own way. Meet The Cut In The Hill Gang. The [...]
19 Jul 2012 – " One Bourbon, One Scotch, One Beer " (John Lee Hooker, 1966) http://youtu.be/BIvka3SSv9Y Mild Risk On mood to open Europe after the last two day of gains. US closed near their highs, Asia eventually succumbed as well to the party mood (which didn’t hinder a new low of 0.74% in JGBs). Show More Summary
Shout Factory continues its reissues from the legendary Vee-Jay Records catalog and has made available some classic recordings on CD. This is a reissue of the original album and does not appear to be augmented by alternate takes or additional songs. Show More Summary
Big Mama Thorton, Big Walter "Shakey" Horton, J.B. Lenoir (JB Lander), Doctor Ross, and John Lee Hooker -- The Down Home Shake Down
This week our playlist includes music by John Lee Hooker, Bee Gees, Pretenders, Bernard Herrmann, Pyyramids and more.
John Lee Hooker Song: Decoration Day Album: The Best of John Lee Hooker, 1965-1974 Genre: Blues Buy: iTunes.com Bee Gees Song: Soldiers Album: Living...
Fri 20 Apr Performing favourites from legends such as Ray Charles, BB King, and John Lee Hooker, the Louisiana Roadshow in Cronulla will be a tribute to blues, funk...
Who needs oars when you have heavy but graceful machinery? A nice scoop by YouTuber Pofearghail. The song is I Rowed a Little Boat by John Lee Hooker. Too bad iPod kid, you missed out. Hat Tip Link More Awesome Stuff for You to Click On: How Not to Launch a BoatOld Spice: Boat145 Waterskiers, [...]
Gary Indiana, Lizzie Borden, John Burdett, Lee Houck, and Leilah Weinraub -- I chose the five aforementioned artists and asked them to talk about why (or why not) a "natural-born hooker" was the central character in their films and novels.