John Lee Hooker

 

 

          John Lee Hooker arrived on the blues scene like a man out of time. His first big hit, “Boogie Chillen’,” was issued by Modern Records in early 1949. It reached #1 on the national rhythm & blues charts, sandwiched between instrumental hits by saxophonists Big Jay McNeely (“Deacon’s Hop”) and Paul Williams (“The Hucklebuck”). Hooker’s record sounded nothing like their jazzy, swinging small-band R&B: Billed to “John Lee Hooker and His Guitar,” it was a... Read More

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