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John Lee Hooker - Live At Soledad Prison


Tracklist


1Superlover
Vocals – John Lee Hooker Jr.Written-By – J. L. Hooker, Jr.
4:07
2I'm Your Crosscut Saw
Adapted By, Arranged By – J. L. Hooker, Jr.Vocals – John Lee Hooker Jr.Written-By – Traditional
5:16
3Serve Me Right To Suffer
Vocals – John Lee HookerWritten-By – J. L. Hooker
7:15
4What's The Matter Baby
Vocals – J. L. HookerWritten-By – John Lee Hooker
3:35
5Bang Bang Bang Bang
Vocals – John Lee HookerWritten-By – J. L. Hooker
4:17
6Boogie Everywhere I Go
Vocals – John Lee Hooker, John Lee Hooker Jr.Written-By – J. L. Hooker
8:24
7Lucille
Vocals – John Lee HookerWritten-By – J. L. Hooker
6:36

Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
ABCX-761John Lee Hooker Live At Soledad Prison ‎(LP, Album)ABC/Dunhill RecordsABCX-761US1972
ABCX 761, ABCX761John Lee Hooker Live At Soledad Prison ‎(LP, Album)ABC Records, ABC RecordsABCX 761, ABCX761US1972
ABCX-761John Lee Hooker Live At Soledad Prison ‎(LP, Album, Promo)ABC RecordsABCX-761US1972
IPP-80669John Lee Hooker Live At Soledad Prison ‎(LP, Album, Promo)ProbeIPP-80669Japan1972
ABCX-761John Lee Hooker Live At Soledad Prison ‎(LP, Album, Quad)ABC RecordsABCX-761USUnknown

Credits


  • DesignGeorge Whiteman
  • DrumsKen Swank
  • Electric Bass [Fender Bass]Lex Silver
  • GuitarCharlie Grimes, John Lee Hooker, Luther Tucker
  • Photography ByStamp, Asher & Annin
  • Producer, Liner NotesEd Michel

Notes


Front cover and labels - ABCX 761
Back cover - ABCX761

Wally Heider Recording

Barcodes


  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): ABCX 716 A-1A o
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): ABCX 716X B-1A o
  • Rights Society: BMI

Companies


  • Record Company – ABC Records, Inc.
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – ABC Records, Inc.
  • Published By – Trousdale Music Pub. Inc.
  • Recorded At – Soledad Prison
  • Recorded By – Wally Heider Recording

Video


Info


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John Lee Hooker - Live At Soledad Prison
Performer: John Lee Hooker
Genre: Blues
Title: Live At Soledad Prison
Country: US
Released: 1972
Style: Chicago Blues
MP3 album: 1762 mb
FLAC album: 1729 mb
Source: Vinyl, LP, Album
№ Cat: ABCX 761, ABCX761
Label: ABC Records

Thordira
I purchased a copy of this record, but my specific release doesn't appear to be listed here. It appears to be the US version from 1972, but the cover is blue background and the labels are slightly different. Anyone know this release?
Jare
Yep mine is the same. There's another in there with a blue cover that probably matches yours.
Kulalas
I have to agree with dougeroo1. I own about 50 John Lee Hooker records and this one has always been a favorite of mine. Although I wouldn't necessarily recommend this as the place to start for beginners, the band and especially the backing guitarists Luther Tucker and Charlie Grimes just burn throughout. It's a raw heavy groove for sure, but a great one.
Braendo
I must disagree with the initial commenter, this is one of my favorite blues albums, as it really captures the experience as it happened, rough and ready. Yes, the sound is a bit unbalanced, particularly on the first couple of songs; I doubt if the prison staff allowed much of a soundcheck. The band is just smokin’; if there was a roof they would have torn it off. You can clearly hear the appreciative audience comments throughout, as well as John Lee Junior yelling “That’s my old man” as if he still can’t believe he has such a cool daddy. Yes, daddy lets sonny warm up the band on the first two numbers as the sound guy makes adjustments, but the kid is good, a chip of the blues block. The song selection is excellent from the first tune to the last, when it ended exactly 45 minutes after it began, with the amps shut off mid song. The album ends with a tinny loudspeaker announcing “yard recall, yard recall”; you can hear a collective groan as the inmates realize the fun is over. If you like John Lee electric and tore down, level with the ground, you won’t do better than this.
Valawye
Not a good John Lee Hooker album. The majority of the first side features his son on vocals and the live recording is not a good sounding one.