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Burning Hell (Remastered)

This is John Lee Hooker in one of his master performances: Alone, on what sounds like a National Guitar, playing his staple songs, yet making them supremely soulful & sexy. In the title song John Lee sings "Ain't no Heaven / Ain't not hell" It reminds me of Bertrand Russell or Socrates: The latter saying upon being sentenced to death "I can not fear that which I do not know". John Lee Hooker is as much of a Buddhist monk (musically) as Muddy Waters. . . Soul, Sex Revelation & HARD!

amazing album

this my be the best blues album i have ever hearand done be the god of blues john lee hooker


Born: August 22, 1917 in Clarksdale, MS

Genre: Blues

Years Active: '40s, '50s, '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s

He was beloved worldwide as the king of the endless boogie, a genuine blues superstar whose droning, hypnotic one-chord grooves were at once both ultra-primitive and timeless. But John Lee Hooker recorded in a great many more styles than that over a career that stretched across more than half a century. "The Hook" was a Mississippi native who became the top gent on the Detroit blues circuit in the years following World War II. The seeds for his eerily mournful guitar sound were planted by his stepfather,...
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