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8 thoughts on “ Youre Leavin Me, Baby - John Lee Hooker - Thats My Story (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Check out You're Leavin' Me Baby (Album Version) by John Lee Hooker on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on pomiddebsrocktesciapinowersadoperch.coinfo
  2. John Lee Hooker - That's My Story John Lee Hooker Sings The Blues - Amazon About You/Gonna Use My Rod/Wednesday Evening Blues/No more Doggin'/One of these Days/I Believe I'll Go Back Home/You'r Leavin' Me Baby/That's My Story Product details. Vinyl; This was my first John Lee Hooker album but not my last. Read more. One person found /5(43).
  3. 5. YOU’RE LEAVIN’ ME, BABY 6. THAT’S MY STORY 7. CANAL STREET BLUES The album That’s My Story was recorded for the Riverside label in February This Orrin Keepnews-produced session came at a time when Hooker was signed to Vee-Jay.
  4. That's My Story was recorded and released in and features a more strip backed acoustic sound than his other recordings of the time. Features backing by acoustic bassist Sam Jones and drummer Louis Hayes, both Cannonball Adderley sidemen on most of the tracks, but a few feature John unaccompanied.
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of You're Leavin' Me, Baby on Discogs. Label: Riverside Records - • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Stereo, Reissue • Country: Germany • Genre: Blues • Style: Delta Blues/5(6).
  6. referencing That's My Story John Lee Hooker Sings The Blues, LP, Album, RE, CH very nice little release, tone is good, overall decent pressing. highlights for me are the tracks 'I Need Some Money' and 'Gonna Use My Rod,' which is my favorite track.
  7. Title: That's My Story Product Type: VINYL LP Tracks: I Need Some Money Come on and See About Me I'm Wanderin' Democrat Man I Want to Talk About You Gonna Use My Rod Sunny Land Wednesday Evenin' Blues No More Doggin' One of These Days I Believe I'll Go Back Home You're Leavin' Me, Baby
  8. John Lee Hooker That's My Story: John Lee Hooker Sings The Blues on Import LP. This rare Riverside date finds blues legen John Lee Hooker both in a trio setting with jazz musicians Sam Jones (bass) and Louis Hayes (drums) who were Cannonball Adderley's rhythm section at the time and unaccompanied on a few numbers as well. A departure from his R&B Vee-Jay output, That's My Story .

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