Monday, August 24, 2009

Lightnin' Hopkins Sings The Blues (imperial lp)

Lightnin' HopkinsSam “Lightnin’” Hopkins was a solid country blues guitarist who had a reputation for being one of the most compelling blues performers of the 1960’s. Releasing up to two albums a year, Lightnin’ Hopkins toured at many of the folk festivals and folk clubs, building up a large audience who followed him around the United States. Living a relatively informal lifestyle, Lightnin’ Hopkins was well revered by others in his profession as well as the audience because of songs such as “Mojo Hand.” Listening to Lightnin’ Hopkins on vinyl is still wonderful even almost 50 years later.

2 comments:

marram62 said...

LP-9186A (LP-12186A) - Lightnin' Hopkins Sings the Blues - Lightnin' Hopkins [1962] Presumably the "stereo" version is rechanneled. Sis' Boogie/Come Back Baby/Daddy Will Be Home One Day/Baby You're Not Going To Make A Fool Out Of Me/Morning Blues/Have To Let You Go//Let Me Play With Your Poodle/Down Baby/Fast Mail Rambler/Thinkin' And Worryin'/Picture On The Wall/You're Not Goin' To Worry My Life Anymore

marram62 said...

http://rapidshare.com/files/320963312/LIGHTNIN__HOPKINS_-_SINGS_THE_BLUES.rar