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Earl Hooker - The Chief and Age sessions 1959-1963 (2003)

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1. Will My Man Be Home Tonight
2. Oh Mama
3. Calling All Blues
4. Swear to Tell the Truth
5. Galloping Horses a Lazy Mule
6. Blues in D Natural [Instrumental]
7. Universal Rock [Instrumental]
8. Apache War Dance
9. Rockin' With Kid [Instrumental]
10. Rockin Wild [Instrumental]
11. This Little Voice
12. I Wanna Be Free
13. That Ain't Right
14. Blue Guitar [Instrumental]
15. How Long Can This Go On? [Instrumental]
16. Nothing But Good [Instrumental]
17. These Cotton Pickin' Blues [Instrumental]
18. Off the Hook [Instrumental]
19. That Man
20. The Bright Sound [Instrumental]
21. Win the Dance
22. You'd Better Be Sure
23. Crying Blues
24. I Stay Mad
25. Lotta Lovin'
26. The Leading Brand [Instrumental]
27. Want You to Rock Me
28. Little by Little
29. Don't You Ever Forget It

Earl Hooker – Guitar
Ricky Allen - Vocals
Julien Beasley - 	Sax (Alto)
Fred Below  - Drums
Reggie Boyd - Guitar
Jackie Brenston - Sax (Baritone), Vocals
Little Ray Charles - Organ, Piano
Earlettes - Vocals
Jarrett Gibson - Sax (Tenor)
Donald Hankins - Sax (Baritone)
Tall Paul Hankins - Piano
Earnest Johnson - Bass
Sonny Lantz - Organ
Lafayette Leake - Piano
Bob Little - Drums
Jack Myers - Bass
Lillian Offitt - Vocals
Pinetop Perkins - Piano
A.C. Reed - Sax (Tenor), Vocals
Billy Stepney - Drums
Frank Swan - Drums
Harold Tidwell - Drums
Johnny "Big Moose" Walker - Organ, Piano
Junior Wells - Harmonica, Vocals

 

Widespread respect for Earl Hooker, one of the unsung giants of the blues, is long overdue, and his rather limited available discography belies a great original talent. P-Vine Japan has attempted to put this right with Blues Guitar: The Chief and Age Sessions 1959-1963, an intelligent and authoritative collection of Hooker's early-'60s heyday, containing instrumental classics such as "Blue Guitar" and "Blues in D Natural." Both sound quality and packaging supersede all previous reissues of this work and, as such, this release becomes perhaps the cornerstone of any Earl Hooker collection. --- Thomas Ward, Rovi

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