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8 thoughts on “ Evil Hearted Woman - Lightnin Hopkins - Bad Boogie Volume Two (Vinyl, LP) ”

  1. Zulkinos says:
    Lightnin' Hopkins est le blues: il n'y a qu'à écouter, ça coule tout seul chez lui. Comparable à John Lee Hooker, il est meilleur instrumentiste que ce dernier mais moins bon compositeur. Hopkins ne fait que dérouler le même fil, déclinaisons tout en nuances du même truc/5(13).
  2. Grokinos says:
    Lightnin's Boogie; $ on iTunes 4. Life I Used to Live; $ on iTunes 5. Sick Feelin' Blues; $ on iTunes 6. Evil Hearted Woman; $ on iTunes 7. Blues For My Cookie; $ on iTunes 8. Sittin' Down Thinkin' $ on iTunes 9. My Baby's Gone; $ on iTunes Lonesome in Your Home; $ on iTunes Lightnin's Special; $ on.
  3. Nesho says:
    Dec 13,  · "Move on Out Boogie" and "Hopkins Sky Hop" feature the standard Hopkins riffs we've all heard a million times, but never played this fast! These tunes rock hard. A legend has grown that all of the songs were recorded over a two day period at ACA in Houston in April,
  4. Meztilrajas says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Bad Boogie Volume Two on Discogs/5(7).
  5. Goltizshura says:
    Professional ratings; Review scores; Source Rating; AllMusic: Lightnin' and the Blues is a inch LP album by blues musician Lightnin' Hopkins, collecting twelve tracks recorded in that were originally released as 7-inch singles on the Herald Records label. From the late s, other Herald tracks began appearing on collections like The Herald Recordings - and The Herald Recordings.
  6. Vutaur says:
    A track collection of Lightnin's earliest sides, recorded between and Starting off with a two-song session with pianist Thunder Smith from , the next 11 tracks are solo work from and , although by this time Lightnin' was playing electric. In the midst of all these solo tracks, Thunder Smith takes over the vocal on "Can't Do Like You Used To," a raw boogie with.
  7. Mezshura says:
    Shop Rockin At Herald Records. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.
  8. Kazirn says:
    Samuel John "Lightnin'" Hopkins (March 15, – January 30, ) was an American country blues singer, songwriter, guitarist and occasional pianist, from Centerville, Texas. Rolling Stone magazine ranked him number 71 on its list of the greatest guitarists of all time.

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