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  1. Lightnin' Hopkins also appears in this compilation. Tracks of Disc 1; 1. Keep It to Yourself [DVD] 2. Got My Mojo Working [DVD] 3. Too Late to Cry [DVD] 4. Baby Please Don't Go [DVD] 5. Bye Bye Bird [DVD] 6. Getting out of Town [DVD] 7. Come Go with Me [DVD] 8. Lightnin's Blues [DVD] 9. Baby What You Want Me to Do [DVD] Rock Me Baby [DVD.
  2. An incredible collection of early material from the mighty Lightnin Hopkins – just the kind of sounds that made him an earthshaker right from the start! Hopkins hardly needs anyone but himself to put over the message here – as his guitar work is mindblowing, and his vocals have a raw power that's undeniable – a sound that went onto influence hundreds of rockers, none of whom.
  3. Lightnin' Hopkins - Best Of Blues (CD NEW) Label: Wolf Format: CD Release Date: No. of Discs: 1 UPC: Album Tracks 1. Short Haired Woman 2. Can't Get That Woman off My Mind 3. Lightnin's Blues 4. Whiskey Headed Woman 5. Lonesome Home (Ain't It Lonesome) 6. Zolo Go (Zydeco) 7. Henny Penny Blues 8. Jazz Blues 9. Beggin' You to Stay (Someday Baby)
  4. Almost 70 minutes of Lightnin' Hopkins, some live (no date or location listed) and some studio, but all pretty well indispensable for any fan, from the first words of the extraordinary opening monologue ("Big Black Cadillac Blues") paistarviaglycedstep.fansmorkawalsyrafinenephlenage.infoinfo's playing acoustic live, and this sounds like one of his coffeehouse gigs along the folk circuit from the early '60s, except that the quality is better than 9/
  5. Dec 01,  · Here´s Vol. 1 of the Everest Records, called "Drinkin´ In The Blues". Almost 70 minutes of Lightnin' Hopkins, some live (no date or location listed) and some studio, but all pretty well indispensable for any fan, from the first words of the extraordinary opening monologue ("Big Black Cadillac Blues") on.
  6. A mix of live and studio recordings, Drinkin' in the Blues contains both acoustic and electric music, as well as backup from such luminaries as Big Joe Williams, Sonny Terry, and Brownie McGhee. Hopkins had a gift for brilliant execution on the guitar, strong songwriting skills, and expressive vocals.3/5(1).
  7. Unlike most bluesmen, Lightnin’s most exciting, soul-stirring stuff is his solo work. Here are 26 prime examples: his key –48 Aladdin sides including "Come Back Baby," "Morning Blues," "Let Me Play with Your Poodle," "Have to Let You Go," "Thinkin’ and Worryin’," "Shotgun," "Katie May," "Feel So Bad," "Someday Baby," "You’re Gonna Miss Me," "Drinkin’ Woman" 26 tracks!
  8. Lightning Hopkins Sings the Blues, also released as Original Folk Blues, is a 12 inch LP album by blues musician Lightnin' Hopkins collecting tracks recorded between 19that were originally released as 10 inch 78rpm records on the RPM label. The album was released on the Mainstream Records low budget, Crown subsidiary and was an early 12 inch LP collections of Lightnin' Hopkins.
  9. Samuel John "Lightnin'" Hopkins (March 15, – January 30, ) was an American country blues singer, songwriter, guitarist and occasional pianist, from Centerville, Texas. Rolling Stone magazine ranked him number 71 on its list of the greatest guitarists of all time.. The musicologist Robert "Mack" McCormick opined that Hopkins is "the embodiment of the jazz-and-poetry spirit.

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