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John Lee Hooker - Live At Cafe Au-Go-Go flac album

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Performer: John Lee Hooker
Title: Live At Cafe Au-Go-Go
Released: 1967
Style: Blues Rock, Rock & Roll
Category: Rock / Blues
Rating: 4.6 ✦
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Text from inside cover: Live At Cafe Au-Go-Go John Lee Hooker and Otis Spann are a formidable blues team, and when they appared at the Café au Go-Go in Greenwich Village during August, 1966, the room was jammed more often than not. It was jammed with young people who sat in ranks before them while consuming enormous vases of ice cream and soda. Besides those who merely want to enjoy them, others have found the blues. There are the snobs who need to intellectualize and make a science of appreciation. At a previous record session, John Lee Hooker had said, "I know what they like in these coffee houses". This was coldly received in certain quarters. Authenticity presumably demanded that the music continue to be played only in plantation halls, juke joints, and bars on Chicago's South Side.

Textes from back cover: Live At Cafe Au-Go-Go John Lee Hooker and Otis Spann are a formidable blues team, and when they appared at the Café au Go-Go in Greenwich Village during August, 1966, the room was jammed more often than not.

Cafe Go-Go finds Johnny earlier in his career and Live at Soledad prison finds Johnny mid-career right in the middle of his endless boogie phase. Live at The Cafe Go-Go is recoreded with Muddy Waters band (Muddy always had the best bands!) including the great Otis Spann on Piano. Muddy even plays guitar on one of the tunes. Sound quality is excellent and John Live is in fine form, but a little restrain. For me this is some of the finest JLH caught live on tape. JLH studio album 'Never get out of these blues alive' is also another great album. This is a great album for anyone who enjoys the blues, live blues, John Lee, or enjoys Otis Spann. Album should be the staple of any basic bblues collection. I highly recommend this CD.

Performer: John Lee Hooker Album: Live at the Cafe au Go-Go (and Soledad Prison) Genre: Blues, Boogie Year: 1966 + 1972 Quality: Lossless + + scans + 10% recovery. ru Музыкальные форумы Поиск музыки Обмен фонотеками Тема: John Lee Hooker - Live at the Cafe au Go-Go (and Soledad Prison) (1966 + 1972). Эту тему сейчас просмaтривают 0 участников и 1 Гость.

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This reissue contains the entirety of Hooker's 1966 Cafe Au Go-Go set, and adds five bonus tracks from his 1972 album, Live at Soledad Prison. Luther Tucker is one of the guitarists for the Soledad portion, which has a somewhat more electric, rock-oriented sound than the Au Go-Go material. The disc only has five of the seven cuts from the original Soledad album, but that's okay, as the two missing items featured John Lee Hooker, Jr. on lead vocals, rather than Hooker himself.

The Cafe Au Go Go was a Greenwich Village night club located in the basement of the New Andy Warhol Garrick Theatre building in the late 1960s, and located at 152 Bleecker Street in Manhattan, New York City. The club featured many well known musical groups, folk singers and comedy acts between the opening in February 1964 until closing in October 1969. The club was originally owned by Howard Solomon who sold it in June 1969 to Moses Baruch. Baruch closed the club in October 1969.

Blues Rock John Lee Hooker. 队列表 Blues Rock John Lee Hooker Live at the Café Au Gogo (and Soledad Prison). 11. Boogie Everywhere I Go. 12. Serve Me Right To Suffer. 13. Bang Bang Bang Bang.

Personnel: John Lee Hooker (vocals, guitar); John Lee Hooker Jr. (vocals); Muddy Waters, Sammy Lawhorn, Luther Johnson, Luther Tucker, Charlie Grimes (guitar); Otis Spann (piano); Mac Arnold, Lex Silver (bass); Francis Clay, Ken Swank (drums). Recorded live on August 30, 1966 and on June 11, 1972. This two-fer includes eight tracks from a 1966 performance at The Cafe Au Go-Go, then five from an appearance at Soledad Prison six years later, with Hooker in raw, dramatic form throughout. With Muddy Waters and his band lending heavy backbeats and textured guitar and piano work at the first gig, Hooker weaves narratives in tracks like "I'm Bad Like Jesse James," a chilly moral about retribution for disloyal friends, and, as he calls it, the "real blues" of "When My First Wife Left M.