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Stinking Foot - Lightnin Hopkins & Billy Bizer* - Cousins (CD)

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  1. Lightnin' Hopkins & Billy Bizer [sic]: Cousins - Vietnam War [Home Cooking HCS ] - Wake Up The Dead [Collectables COL-CD] - Born In The Bottoms [Collectables COL-CD] - A Man Like Me Is Hard To Find [Collectables COL-CD] - You Just Got To Miss Me [Home Cooking HCS ] - War Is Starting Again - Got Me A Louisiana Woman.
  2. Lightnin' Hopkins: Shootin' Fire (CD) (/Cicadelic) 20 tracks. Lightnin' Hopkins recorded over a dozen songs for the Clarity Music Company at the "ACA" Recording Studio in Houston in April of
  3. (=) Fuel CD () "Lightnin' Hopkins & The Blues Summit" 2 CD set (=) Fuel CD ( remastered) "Lightnin' Hopkins: Blues Man - Collector's Edition" Various unidentified Texas, New York and British Artists: The Unexpurgated Folk Songs Of Men - The Ring-A-Rang-A-Roo - Keeper Of The Eddystone Light - Mamie Had A.
  4. 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.
  5. His Blues by Lightnin' Hopkins on Ace Records. The Best Of Elmore James:The Early Years. Blues. Elmore James. CD £ Round Like An Apple: The Big Town Recordings
  6. (2-CD set) Lightnin' Hopkins woke up The Dead when he played San Francisco in the 's and his song 'Wake Up The Dead' is the centerpiece of this two and a half hour journey into the electrified world of Texas blues. Accompanying Lightnin' on this journey is his long time harmonica player, Billy Bizor.4/5(3).
  7. 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 time.. The musicologist Robert "Mack" McCormick opined that Hopkins is "the embodiment of the jazz-and-poetry spirit.
  8. According to Craig Rosen in his book Inside Out, despite the title, the song is actually not about the Texan Blues musician Sam "Lightnin'" Hopkins ( - ), they only chose the title because by chance Peter Buck had a Lightnin' Hopkins album with .

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