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From Clarksdale to Heaven - Remembering John Lee Hooker

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From Clarksdale to Heaven - Remembering John Lee Hooker // 1. I Want to Hug You - Zakiya Hooker, Johnnie Johnson, Bobby Murray 4:03 2. I'm in the Mood - Jack Bruce, Gary Moore 6:18 3. Bad Like Jesse James LLC - Leo Lyons, Rick Lee, Vince Converse 7:06 4. Will the Circle Be Unbroken Jeff Beck and The Kingdom Choir 6:07 5. Baby Lee - Gary Brooker, Andy Fairweather-Low 4:47 6. Ground Hog Blues - T.S. McPhee, Dick Heckstall-Smith 5:43 7. This Is Hip - Mick Taylor, Max Middleton 3:50 8. Crawlin' King Snake - Peter Green Splinter Group 5:40 9. I'm Leaving - T.S. McPhee, Dick Heckstall-Smith 5:24 10. Little Wheel - Gary Brooker, Andy Fairweather-Low 5:34 11. The Business - Greggs Eggs 4:35 12. Hobo Blues - Jeff Beck 5:51 13. Serve Me Right to Suffer - Gary Moore, Jack Bruce 6:24 14. Red House - John Lee Hooker, Booker T, Randy California 4:56

Product Details

  • Audio CD
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Eagle Records
  • ASIN: B000B6TSFG
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,698,704 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Sometimes I find the most amazing CDs in the discount rack. This is one of them.

John Lee Hooker's daughter pulled together some of Britian's finest musicians including Jeff Beck, Mick Taylor, Jack Bruce, Peter Green, and Gary Brooker to produce this wonderful tribute to her father and his music. Zakiya Hooker records one track, and John Lee himself makes an appearance on an unreleased song, Red House, that features Booker T. Jones.

The musicians treat the music with respect and turn in fine performances. If you stumble upon this in the discount or used racks, grab it!
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