John Lee Hooker Burning Hell Import LP
Lost Classic Reissued On Vinyl LP!
Brilliant Set Of Raw Southern Acoustic Blues!
Rumble Records present a reissue of John Lee Hooker's Burning Hell,
originally released in 1964.
Blues legend John Lee Hooker cut countless records beginning with his debut for
Modern in 1948 and going some 50+ years until his death in 2001. With such a
vast discography it can be easy to lose track of some records and Burning Hell,
recorded in Detroit in 1959 with just his guitar and vocals, is one such lost
record. But this album deserves so much to be rediscovered, a brilliant set from
his "acoustic" period, this is raw southern acoustic blues at its best and a
truly brilliant collection of songs.
Rumble Records bring this lost classic back to light on LP.
• Vinyl LP
• Made in Germany
John Lee Hooker, guitar, vocals
1. Burnin' Hell
2. Graveyard Blues
3. Baby, Please Don't Go
5. You Live Your Life And I'll Live Mine
6. Smokestack Lightnin'
1. How Can You Do It?
2. I Don't Want No Woman If Her Hair Ain't No Longer Than Mine (Short-Haired
3. I Rolled And Turned And Cried The Whole Night Long
4. Blues For My Baby
5. Key To The Highway
6. Natchez Fire (Burnin')
Recorded at United Recorders, Detroit; April 20, 1959.