How Long Must I Be Your Slave - John Lee Hooker - Detroit Blues (CD)

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  1. Blues for Weepers, inspired by Reese, has a churning funk groove as LaVette reflects on the relationship of the singer to the audience. She delivers Green’s In the Dark with a wry self-confidence. On Drinking Again, LaVette salutes Washington with a jazzy reading that conjures up a vision of a closing time in a late-night club. LaVette’s.
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  3. Detroit Blues John Lee Hooker & Eddie Burns January 1, How Long Must I Be Your Slave (Previously Unreleased) Don't Look Back is an album released by blues singer-songwriter John Lee Hooker in that was co-produced by Van Morrison and Mike Kappus. Van Morrison also performed duets with Hooker on four of the tracks.4/5(1).
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