8 thoughts on “ House Rent Boogie - John Lee Hooker - Endless Boogie (Cassette, Album) ”

  1. House Rent Boogie This song is by John Lee Hooker and appears on the album The Blues () on the album Endless Boogie ().
  2. This album falls distinctly into the former class John Lee Hooker, a year-old blues legend in his own right, is sympathetically accompanied by the likes of Jesse Davis, Carl Radle, Steve Miller.
  3. Hey It's the house rent boogie I come home last Friday, i will tell the little woman that I lost my job She says don't confront me an' so I have my rent next Friday I come home next Friday come, I didn't have the rent an' out the door I went I'm going right towards the streets over here, Thinking i'll get this rent together 'Cause i can't seem to even move it and I know I got this rent.
  4. Nov 10,  · This album features John Lee Hooker surrounded -- in some cases, swamped -- by various rock musicians on long, meandering jams that seem to be more showcases for the soloists than for the star of the show.
  5. It's the house rent boogie) I come home last Friday, talk to the woman that I lost my job She says don't confront me an' so I have my rent next Friday An' next Friday come, I didn't have the rent an' out the door I went Yes, yes Hmm, hmm Yes, yes Come here now y'all, right 'cross the street here Help me get this rent together.
  6. (John Lee Hooker / Bernard Besman) [Spoken:] Hey! It's the house rent boogie I come home last Friday, talk to the woman that I lost my job She says don't confront me an' so I have my rent next Friday.
  7. This is a quality John Lee Hooker album. John Lee is one of my favorites, but hgis catalog is pretty mixed. Endless boogie is not just an album, but a phase John Lee went through that was my favorite period with the artist. This phase includes live albums like 'Live at /5(50).

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