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Never Get Out Of These Blues Alive
John Lee Hooker

MCA Records MCAD-31361
(Released 1972)

  1. Bumblebee, Bumblebee (4:12)
  2. Hit the Road (2:57)
  3. Country Boy (6:59)
  4. Boogie With the Hook (6:32)
  5. T. B. Sheets (4:58)
  6. Letter To My Baby (3:57)
  7. Never Get Out Of These Blues Alive (10:15)
    Total time: (39:50)

Musicians:
John Lee Hooker: guitar/vocal (all tracks)
Robert Hooker: organ (1,4,5,7), electric piano (2,3)
Steven Miller: organ (3)
Cliff Coulter: electric piano (1,6)
Benny Rowe: slide guitar (1)
Elvin Bishop: slide guitar (3,7)
Luther Tucker: guitar (1,2,5,6)
Gino Skaggs: Fender bass (1,2,3,4,7), bass (5)
Mel Brown: bass guitar (3,6), guitar (4)
Ron Beck: drums (1,6)
Charlie Musselwhite: harmonica (2,3)
Ken Swank: drums (2,4,5,7)
Chuck Crimelli: drums (3)
Michael White: violin (4,5)
Mark Naftalin: piano (4,6,7)
Paul Wood: guitar (4)
John Kahn: Fender bass (6)
Ray Maccarty: guitar (6)
Van Morrison: guitar/vocal (7)

Liner notes:
Recorded September 28 and 29, 1971, at Wally Heider Recording, San Francisco; engineering by Ken Hopkins, assisted by Rick Stanley. Mixed at the Village Recorder, Los Angeles; engineered by Baker Bigsby. Photography and original design by Philip Melnick. Special thanks to the Los Angeles Rapid Transit District for their splendid cooperation; to Professor Lumetta for his able assistance; and to Mr. Edward Hyde for providing constant inspiration and support.

Notes:
Someone has suggested that the figure in the driver's seat on the cover image may be Van Morrison... The "T. B. Sheets" track is mistakenly credited to John Lee Hooker.

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