DJ Hooker - Do The Blues (The New Club Mixes) (Vinyl)

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  • Hooker Blues Club was formed in November after dentist Pete Evans, having visited Chicago with Wrexham Rugby Club, decided that as there was not a blues club in north Wales, it would be an ideal opportunity to promote live blues music and to make money for the rugby club.
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  • John Lee Hooker/ The Real Folk Blues: This album Rocks! "The Real Folk Blues" title was a series featuring different blues artists but this gem has little to do with folk music as John Lee shows the rock n rollers how to do it right. This one contains the classics "One Bourbon, One Scotch, One Beer", "I'm in the mood", and "Let's go out tonight".5/5(6).
  • Japanese 7 track maxi-single, different mixes plus 'What Are You Gonna Do Now', with obi strip. 1 Oh La La La (Main Osawa Mix) 2 Oh La La La (Osawa's Quiet Storm Mix) 3 What Are You Gonna Do Now 4 Oh La La La (Attica Blues Mix) 5 Oh La La La (K.O.D. Break Through Track) 6 Oh La La La (Main Osawa Mix Instrumental)Missing: DJ Hooker.
  • This book succeeds when it directly discusses John Lee Hooker, his life and thus the blues. When it repeats Blues information found in other books it fails. Many other works by Sam Charters, Pete Welding, Leroi Jones (Amiri Baraka) and others do it much better. Read works by these authors if the history and etiology of the blues is what you Reviews:
  • AllMusic reviewer Stephen Cook stated: "Listeners wanting to find a comprehensive collection of Hooker's work may not find it here, but they certainly won't be disappointed once the needle hits the grooves on this solid Chess release by the blues master. Featuring nine Hooker originals, the set is a fetching mix of raucously fun up-tempo.
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