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Hooker

‘The Real Blues, the Bone in the Soup’

Probably the first bluesman that I listened to back in my teens with the “Hooker n’ Heat” album. I’ve always loved his music and fell into this painting head first.

Born near Clarksdale, Mississippi in 1917 to a sharecropper family, John Lee Hooker was one of the last links to the blues of the deep South. He moved to Detroit in the early 1940’s and by 1948 had his first number-one jukebox hit and million-seller, “Boogie Chillun.”

Other hits soon followed, “I’m In The Mood,” “Crawling Kingsnake,” and “Boom Boom” among the biggest. During the 1950s and ’60s, Vee Jay Records released a remarkable string of more than 100 of John Lee’s songs.

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This reproduction has an image area of 26” x 19” (66 cm x 48.3 cm).

Limited Edition of 250 prints.

 

$359 – plus $8.95 shipping (Note, the copyright image will not appear on your print).

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    June 21, 2016 9:46 pmPosted 1 year ago
    David Fagenson

    You are so talented. Ive been admiring your art work for years. Unfortunately I don’t have the financial ability to purchase your work. Hopefully someday. I just wanted to tell you how much I enjoy it.

    Kind Regards David Fagenson

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      June 22, 2016 1:03 amPosted 1 year ago
      Tom Noll (Author)

      Thank you David!!

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