John Lee Hooker Burning Hell

Blues legend John Lee Hooker recorded "Burning Hell" in Detroit in 1959 with just his guitar and vocals, is one such lost record. But this album deserves so much to be rediscovered, a brilliant set from his "acoustic" period this is raw southern acoustic blues at its best and a truly brilliant collection of songs. Rumble is pleased to bring this lost classic back to light on LP.

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Rumble - RUM2011141LP

Vinyl, LP, Album

Europe

1964, Riverside Records ‎– RLP 008, Mono

2017, Reissue

Blues

Folk Blues

New, Sealed

A1Burning Hell
A2Graveyard Blues
A3Baby Please Don't Go
A4Jackson ,Tennessee
A5You Live Your Life And I'll Live Mine
A6Smokestack Lightnin'
B1How Can You Do It?
B2I Don't Want No Woman If Her Hair Ain't No Longer Than Mine
B3I Rolled And Turned And Cried The Whole Night Long
B4Blues For My Baby
B5Key To The Highway
B6Natchez Fire

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Burning Hell

Burning Hell

Blues legend John Lee Hooker recorded "Burning Hell" in Detroit in 1959 with just his guitar and vocals, is one such lost record. But this album deserves so much to be rediscovered, a brilliant set from his "acoustic" period this is raw southern acoustic blues at its best and a truly brilliant collection of songs. Rumble is pleased to bring this lost classic back to light on LP.

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