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6 thoughts on “ Hobo Blues - John Lee Hooker - Blues For Live (CD)

  1. Lyrics. John Lee Hooker When I first thought to hobo'in, hobo'in I took a freight train to be my friend, oh Lord You know I hobo'd, hobo'd, hobo'd, hobo'd Hobo'd a long, long way from home, oh Lord Yes, my mother followed me that mornin', me that mornin', boy She followed me down to the yard, oh yeah She said, "My son he's gone, he's gone, he's gone Yes, he's gone in a poor some wear, oh yeah.
  2. Artist: John Lee Hooker Title: Live At Newport Year Of Release: / Label: Vanguard Records Genre: Blues, Electric Blues, Acoustic Blues Quality: kbps | FLAC (tracks) Total Time: Total Size: mb | mb WebSite: Album Preview.
  3. John Lee Hooker - Blues In Transition music CD album at CD Universe, More often, it goes the other way-but in The Hook's case, he moved from R&B chart star to folk-blues.
  4. Oct 06,  · HOBO BLUES – The Folk Lore of John Lee Hooker () 2. MAUDIE – The Newport Folk Festival Vol. 1 () [included on ‘Live at Newport’ () an /5(20).
  5. John Lee Hooker’s Hobo Blues is a song that stands out from the rest. Out of his vast discography, it is perhaps the only one recorded on acoustic guitar. It is played in a traditional Delta guitar.
  6. Well, let’s fix that! For today’s #BluesMonday, we’re taking it back to the American Folk Blues Festival for John Lee Hooker’s Jump to. Sections of this page. we’re taking it back to the American Folk Blues Festival for John Lee Hooker’s performance of “Hobo which won an Independent Music Award for Best Blue Album.

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