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Goin Mad Blues - John Lee Hooker - Boogie Man (CD)

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  1. Goin' Mad Blues Lyrics: Well I'm goin' mad over you / Babe I'm goin' mad over you / I'm goin' mad, God know I'm in deep / Goin' mad over you / Hey I'm gonna have mercy / .
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  2. Vocals, Guitar – John Lee Hooker Notes Tracks Recorded solo in Detroit, November ; Tracks February also in Detroit; Tracks also recorded February in Detroit with band.
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  3. Sep 02,  · It was produced by Roy Rogers, Santana and Hooker himself, and executive produced by Mike Kappus. Tracks 1 to 11 were recorded and mixed at Russian Hill Recording, San Francisco and The Plant.
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  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of The Boogie Man on Discogs. Label: Charly Blues - CD DIG 5 • Format: 4x, CD Compilation • Country: UK • Genre: Blues • John Lee Hooker - The Boogie Man (, CD) | Discogs.
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  5. Along with B.B. King, John Lee Hooker was probably the most famous and successful bluesman in history. During an active career that spanned more than 50 years, Hooker managed million-selling hits at both ends of his distinguished career, during which his blues covered all ends of the blues experience.5/5(2).
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  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Goin' Mad Blues on Discogs. Label: Documents - • Format: 10x, CD Compilation Box Set • Country: Germany • Genre: Blues • Style: Country Blues, Chicago Blues, Piano Blues, Piedmont Blues – John Lee Hooker: Goin' Mad Blues Written-By Blues And Worried Man5/5(5).
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  7. John Lee Hooker [German Import] (CD) - CD () for $ from rotdytanseretepharrisunsenasuck.coinfo Blues - Order by Phone Price: $
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  8. John Lee Hooker. John Lee Hooker (August 22, – June 21, ) was a highly influential American blues singer-songwriter and guitarist. Update this biography» Complete biography of John Lee Hooker».
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  9. Helpless Blues / Goin' Mad Blues: John Lee Hooker: Landing Blues / Low Down Midnite Boogie: John Lee Hooker: Black Man Blues / Stomp Boogie: John Lee Hooker: That Lucky Old Sun / I Get Sentimental Over Nothing: Frankie Laine: Do the Boogie / Morning Blues: John Lee Hooker:
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