“If You Miss ’Im ... I Got ’Im” by John Lee Hooker featuring Earl Hooker - album review

TJR says

Earl Hooker and his band backed his cousin John Lee Hooker on a series of club dates in California; afterwards John Lee decided to use them for his latest Bluesway Records session, duly recorded at Vault Recordings, Los Angeles, 29 May, 1969. Great synergy abounds, as cool as you like at every turn, with slow-burning hooks that drill deep-down. The line-up is: John Lee Hooker (guitar, vocals); Earl Hooker (guitar); Chester ‘Gino’ Skaggs (bass); Roosevelt Shaw (drums); Jeffrey Carp (harmonica) and Johnny ‘Big Moose’ Walker (piano, organ). Tragically, Earl died just as the LP was released, the result of a life-long battle with T.B.

The Jukebox Rebel
16-Jun-2012

A1 [04:41] 5.8.png John Lee Hooker featuring Earl Hooker - The Hookers (If You Miss ‘Im … I Got ‘Im) (John Lee Hooker) Blues / Rhythm n Blues
A2 [04:08] 6.7.png John Lee Hooker featuring Earl Hooker - Baby, I Love You (John Lee Hooker) Blues / Rhythm n Blues
A3 [05:11] 6.8.png John Lee Hooker featuring Earl Hooker - Lonesome Mood (John Lee Hooker) Blues / Rhythm n Blues
A4 [04:45] 7.9.png John Lee Hooker - Bang Bang Bang Bang [1969 version] (John Lee Hooker) Blues / Rhythm n Blues
A5 [03:33] 7.0.png John Lee Hooker featuring Earl Hooker - If You Take Care Of Me, I’ll Take Care Of You (John Lee Hooker) Blues / Rhythm n Blues
B1 [05:03] 6.3.png John Lee Hooker featuring Earl Hooker - Baby, Be Strong (John Lee Hooker) Blues / Rhythm n Blues
B2 [08:06] 5.7.png John Lee Hooker featuring Earl Hooker - I Wanna Be Your Puppy, Baby (John Lee Hooker) Blues / Rhythm n Blues
B3 [02:34] 7.2.png John Lee Hooker featuring Earl Hooker - I Don’t Care When You Go (John Lee Hooker) Blues / Rhythm n Blues
B4 [07:54] 5.9.png John Lee Hooker - Have Mercy On My Soul! (John Lee Hooker) Blues / Rhythm n Blues




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