Recorded at the Rising Sun Celebrity Jazz Club in Montreal, Quebec, on May 5, 1977, Black Night Is Falling finds John Lee Hooker in fine voice and backed by a driving band composed of John Garciaon guitar, Steve Jones on bass, and Larry "Wild Man" Martin on drums, with the end result being an excellent example of live Hooker at his best. Highlights include impressive romps through two of Hooker's signature tunes, "Boom Boom," which simply blazes with raw energy here, and "One Bourbon, One Scotch, One Beer," which is delivered as a wonderfully paced barroom cautionary tale. This is what the live Hooker sounded like with a sympathetic band behind him, a band that luckily wasn't afraid to push him a little.

A1 Chicken and Gravy, A2 Serves Me Right to Suffer, A3 Boom Boom, B1 Black Night, B2 One Scotch, One Bourbon, One Beer, B3 One Room Country Shack

Recorded at the Rising Sun Celebrity Jazz Club in Montreal, Quebec, on May 5, 1977, Black Night Is Falling finds John Lee Hooker in fine voice and backed by a driving band composed of John Garciaon guitar, Steve Jones on bass, and Larry "Wild Man" Martin on drums, with the end result being an excellent example of live Hooker at his best. Highlights include impressive romps through two of Hooker's signature tunes, "Boom Boom," which simply blazes with raw energy here, and "One Bourbon, One Scotch, One Beer," which is delivered as a wonderfully paced barroom cautionary tale. This is what the live Hooker sounded like with a sympathetic band behind him, a band that luckily wasn't afraid to push him a little.

A1 Chicken and Gravy, A2 Serves Me Right to Suffer, A3 Boom Boom, B1 Black Night, B2 One Scotch, One Bourbon, One Beer, B3 One Room Country Shack

068944915217
Black Night Is Falling: Live At Rising Sun (Uk)

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Format: Vinyl
Label: JUSTIN TIME RECORDS
Genre: Blues/Jazz
Rel. Date: 11/23/2017
UPC: 068944915217

Black Night Is Falling: Live At Rising Sun (Uk)
Artist: John Lee Hooker
Format: Vinyl
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Recorded at the Rising Sun Celebrity Jazz Club in Montreal, Quebec, on May 5, 1977, Black Night Is Falling finds John Lee Hooker in fine voice and backed by a driving band composed of John Garciaon guitar, Steve Jones on bass, and Larry "Wild Man" Martin on drums, with the end result being an excellent example of live Hooker at his best. Highlights include impressive romps through two of Hooker's signature tunes, "Boom Boom," which simply blazes with raw energy here, and "One Bourbon, One Scotch, One Beer," which is delivered as a wonderfully paced barroom cautionary tale. This is what the live Hooker sounded like with a sympathetic band behind him, a band that luckily wasn't afraid to push him a little.

A1 Chicken and Gravy, A2 Serves Me Right to Suffer, A3 Boom Boom, B1 Black Night, B2 One Scotch, One Bourbon, One Beer, B3 One Room Country Shack