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It Serves You Right To Suffer

John Lee Hooker

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Country Boy (Album Version)
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Bottle Up & Go (Album Version)
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You're Wrong (Album Version)
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Sugar Mama (Album Version)
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Decoration Day (Album Version)
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Money (Album Version)
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It Serves You Right To Suffer (Album Version)
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Total Playing Time    32:37
John Lee Hooker's 1966 release It Serves You Right To Suffer is his first and only recording for the Impulse! label, specifically its folk subdivision, although Hooker is backed by jazz session players including second guitarist Barry Galbraith, bassist Milt Hinton and drummer David "Panama" Francis. The trio superbly enhances Hooker's guitar and vocals as he revisits some of his older songs and presents new tunes, along with a cover of Barrett Strong's Motown hit Money featuring trombonist William Wells.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Geffen Records Studio Masters

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