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  1. Lightnin Hopkins - L.A. Blues - country.stonescarkagataursharphammer.infoinfo Music. Skip to main content. Try Prime CDs & Vinyl. Go Search EN New Santa Fe 6. Jesus, Would You Come By Here 7. No Education 8. Antoinette's Blues 9. Change My Way Of Living Los Angeles Boogie Call On My Baby.4/4(2).
  2. Lightnin' Hopkins didn't sing songs so much as spontaneously make them up on the spot, pulling events from his daily life and matching them to one of his set blues riffs, and when the process worked, the results were a stunning example of the blues as personal catharsis, and when it failed to click, well, it sounded like any of a dozen other Hopkins songs.7/
  3. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Lightnin' Hopkins - King Of The Texas Blues at Discogs. Complete your Lightnin' Hopkins collection.
  4. 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 country.stonescarkagataursharphammer.infoinfo: March 15, , Centerville, Texas, U.S.
  5. Feb 18,  · Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises Santa Fe Blues · Lightnin' Hopkins Autobiography In Blues (Digitally Remastered) ℗ Essential .
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  7. May 31,  · Originally released as Lightning Hopkins* - Sings The Blues on Crown Records (2) in with different track spellings and track order as well as different sleeve artwork, then as Lightnin' Hopkins - Lightnin' Hopkins on Crown Records (2) in /5(5).
  8. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Lightnin' Hopkins - Autobiography In Blues at Discogs. Complete your Lightnin' Hopkins collection/5(69).
  9. Feb 23,  · 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(1).

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