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Hearing this music has forever changed my approach to recording- and to listening.
John Lee Hooker is at his articulate best and it is surely a definitive blues album which recorded a magic moment in time.
It's Hooker at his best, playing mostly with Canned Heat's Blind Owl, but also with the rest of the Heat band.
The Hook opens the can and gives us his world view. A beautiful thing.Published 6 days ago by John W. Woods
If this album only had the last song, "Boogie Chillen, No. 2", it would be worth full price. The harmonica solo in this song is one of the best ever recorded. Read morePublished 3 months ago by JR Ewing
Classic union of old and new musicians that brings quality to the top. This is timeless and new, it is the pulse of blues thrumming through your blood.Published 3 months ago by WBCF
Priceless sessions ! Awesome recording ! You can tap your foot along with the great John lee Hooker.And this is Canned Heat at their best ! Read morePublished 5 months ago by Keith Nathan Albrecht
I saw Canned Heat play a number of times with the first band members. Unfortunately I never saw Hooker live and he's one of my favorite blues artists. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Harry
I had this in vinyl when it first came out. Played it constantly. I thought it was still in my collection but when it popped up as a similar and I recalled it, couldn't find it. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Mike Auberry
I liked and enjoyed both Canned Heat and John Lee Hooker, back around 1969-70, when they were both somewhat new to these ears, listening to them on the then still developing sound... Read morePublished 7 months ago by D.T.
IO mostly bought this cd because the vinyl version is scratched.. Al Wilson gives this recording his all, and is a great fit with John Lee Hooker.Published 9 months ago by Paul R. George
Love hearing headliners jamming with other artists. Waiting for Clapton to collaborate with Sonny Landreth. Will definitely add that one to my collection.Published 9 months ago by dolphinfan