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Bottle Up And Go - John Lee Hooker - Boom Boom (CD, Album)

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  1. CD The Best Of John Lee Hooker Tracks: Boom Boom Bottle Up And Go Dimples This Is Hip I´m So Excited No Shoes Hobo Blues.
  2. Bottle Up And Go 9. Thought I Heard I Ain't Gonna Suffer No More. Product description Product description. John Lee Hooker - Boom Boom - CD Box Set ciodonposttereto.dipabsupotcuwordistmormamonbelgrent.infoinfo Produced by Hooker's slide guitarist Roy Rogers--who knows what's right for him--this is Hooker's best s effort. out of 5 stars Boom Boom/John Lee Hooker. Reviewed in /5(33).
  3. – The Great John Lee Hooker (Southern Routes) – a 26 track CD featuring famous (and other classic) Modern and Sensation recordings – The Modern, Chess & VeeJay Singles Collection (Acrobat Music 4CD) – all his singles for the three labels, A- and B-sides ( tracks).
  4. "Bottle Up and Go" or "Bottle It Up and Go" is a song that is a standard of the blues. Based on earlier songs, Delta bluesman Tommy McClennan recorded "Bottle It Up and Go" in The song has been interpreted and recorded by numerous artists, sometimes using alternate titles, such as "Step It Up and Go", "Shake It Up and Go", etc.
  5. Jan 01,  · Bottle Up & Go. Bottle Up & Go. Listen Now $ In MP3 cart View MP3 Cart 9. Thought I Heard Most Reviews below are for the studio album Boom Boom. This one live on the air is the WXRT broadcast out of Chicago. out of 5 stars Boom Boom/John Lee Hooker. Reviewed in Germany on July 2, Verified Purchase/5(38).
  6. Boom Boom album for sale John Lee created a subgenre of pupils playing with the master. Boom Boom CD music This set is of the same ilk. Boom Boom buy CD music All the tracks sizzle with the fire that burned so brightly for so long with John L. The remaster is top notch. The bass really thumps and the clarity makes your stereo or media player.
  7. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Boom Boom [WG] - John Lee Hooker on AllMusic -
  8. Sep 05,  · "Boom Boom" is unquestionably the best of the latter-period (Pointblank) albums. It's no coincidence that it's the album on which his songs are the least messed-with, that has the most solo tracks, that sounds the most like real John Lee Hooker. One wishes Hooker had been given a full-album of the late-period alone treatment, but that wasn't to be/5(6).

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