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8 thoughts on “ Blues For My Cookie - Lightnin Hopkins - Nothin But The Blues! (Vinyl, LP) ”

  1. The original cuts from the LP (CD tracks 3 - 11) place Lightnin' in a band setting with bass (Jimmy Bond), drums (Earl Palmer), and harmonica (Don Crawford) added to Hopkins' guitar and vocals. Though less traditional for Lightnin' Hopkins than some might prefer, these cuts are among my favorite of Hopkins'.5/5(2).
  2. Nothin' But The Blues: A2: Don't Think Cause You're Pretty: A3: Lightnin's Boogie: A4: Life I Used To Live: A5: Sick Feelin' Blues: A6: Evil Hearted Woman: B1: Blues For My Cookie: B2: Sittin' Down Thinkin' B3: My Baby's Gone: B4: Lonesome In Your Home: B5: Lightnin's Special: B6: My Little Kewpie Doll.
  3. 1. Nothin' But The Blues 2. Don't Think Cause You're Pretty 3. Lightnin's Boogie 4. Life I Used To Live 5. Sick Feelin' Blues 6. Evil Hearted Woman 7. Blues For My Cookie 8. Sittin' Down Thinkin' 9. My Baby's Gone Lonesome In Your Home Lightnin's Special My .
  4. Lightnin' and the Blues From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Lightnin' and the Blues is a inch LP album by blues musician Lightnin' Hopkins, collecting twelve tracks recorded in that were originally released as 7-inch singles on the Herald Records label.
  5. Compilations of Herald 's ‎recordings originally released on 7-inch singles in the 50s. All twenty-six tracks recorded in in Houston. First Long Play vinyl release was the Lightnin' And The Blues, followed by many reissues on Vinyl and CD .
  6. Nothin' But The Blues: A2: Don't Think Cause You're Pretty: A3: Lightnin's Boogie: A4: Life I Used To Live: A5: Sick Feelin' Blues: A6: Evil Hearted Woman: B1: Blues For My Cookie: B2: Sittin' Down Thinkin' B3: My Baby's Gone: B4: Lonesome In Your Home: B5: Lightnin's Special: B6: My Little Kewpie Doll/5(14).
  7. An album's title can do one of several things: describe the mood, the style, or the subject of the music. While one might be tempted to interpret a title like Blues in a general sense, it's meant, in this instance, in the most literal sense. Every song on this collection by Lightnin' Hopkins has the word "blues" in the title. There's "G-String Blues," "Blues for My Cookie," and "Sick Feelin.
  8. The first few years after Lightnin' Hopkins' 'rediscovery' in may have lacked the originality and youthful fervor of his early sides, but warmth and personality are splattered all over the place, including on this disc, one of two Tradition reissues. Like 'Country Blues', 'Autobiography in Blues' is very good, but not his best/5(6).

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