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The Real Blues: Live in Houston 1979

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All Music Guide - Thomas Ward
The late '70s were not a particularly creative period for John Lee Hooker. This live album contains several notable cuts, in particular long, mesmerizing versions of "Dead Wagon Blues" and "Never Get out of These Blues Alive," but it's really only an album that Hooker fanatics will find essential, even though it emerges as one of the best records of this period of his career.
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Thomas Ward
The late '70s were not a particularly creative period for John Lee Hooker. This live album contains several notable cuts, in particular long, mesmerizing versions of "Dead Wagon Blues" and "Never Get out of These Blues Alive," but it's really only an album that Hooker fanatics will find essential, even though it emerges as one of the best records of this period of his career.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 10/9/2001
  • Label: Jsp Records
  • UPC: 788065801229
  • Catalog Number: 812

Album Credits

Performance Credits
John Lee Hooker Primary Artist
Technical Credits
John Lee Hooker Composer
Bernard Besman Composer
Drew Kent Liner Notes
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