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Download John Lee Hooker - Colección Ñ Grandes Maestros Del Blues - John Lee Hooker (CD)
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Label: Editorial Sol 90 - none • Format: CD Compilation • Country: Argentina • Genre: Blues •

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Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. This article possibly contains original research. Several of his later albums, including The Healer , Mr. Hooker's date of birth is a subject of debate; the years , , , , and have all been suggested. Most official sources list , though at times Hooker stated he was born in Information found in the and censuses indicates that he was actually born in It is believed that he was born in Tutwiler, in Tallahatchie County, although some sources say his birthplace was near Clarksdale , in Coahoma County.

In the federal census, [13] William and Minnie were recorded as being 48 and 39 years old, respectively, which implies that Minnie was born about , not She was said to have been a "decade or so younger" than her husband Boogie Man , p. The Hooker children were homeschooled. They were permitted to listen only to religious songs; the spirituals sung in church were their earliest exposure to music. In , their parents separated. The next year, their mother married William Moore, a blues singer, who provided John Lee with an introduction to the guitar and whom he would later credit for his distinctive playing style.

Moore was his first significant blues influence. He was a local blues guitarist who, in Shreveport, Louisiana , learned to play a droning, one-chord blues that was strikingly different from the Delta blues of the time. Another influence was Tony Hollins , who dated Hooker's sister Alice, helped teach Hooker to play, and gave him his first guitar. For the rest of his life, Hooker regarded Hollins as a formative influence on his style of playing and his career as a musician.

At the age of 14, Hooker ran away from home, reportedly never seeing his mother or stepfather again. He frequented the blues clubs and bars on Hastings Street , the heart of the black entertainment district, on Detroit's east side.

In a city noted for its pianists, guitar players were scarce. Hooker's popularity grew quickly as he performed in Detroit clubs, and, seeking an instrument louder than his acoustic guitar, he bought his first electric guitar.

Hooker was working as janitor in a Detroit steel mill when his recording career began in , [18] when Modern Records , based in Los Angeles, released a demo he had recorded for Bernie Besman in Detroit. In addition to adapting traditional blues lyrics , he composed original songs. In the s, like many black musicians, Hooker earned little from record sales, and so he often recorded variations of his songs for different studios for an up-front fee.

His early solo songs were recorded by Bernie Besman. This often made it difficult to use backing musicians, who were not accustomed to Hooker's musical vagaries. As a result, Besman recorded Hooker playing guitar, singing and stomping on a wooden pallet in time with the music. For much of this period he recorded and toured with Eddie Kirkland.

In Hooker's later sessions for Vee-Jay Records in Chicago, studio musicians accompanied him on most of his recordings, including Eddie Taylor , who could handle his musical idiosyncrasies. Hooker, whose music influenced such bands as the Rolling Stones and the Animals, was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Print Cite verified Cite. While every effort has been made to follow citation style rules, there may be some discrepancies.

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