John Lee Hooker 'It Serve You Right to Suffer' Edit

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Category : Jazz & Blues

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'It Serve You Right To Suffer' was recorded in New York City in late 1965, and released in 1966. Hooker’s career defining singles were generally cut without much of a backing band--Hooker’s refusal to keep his blues constricted to structures like a single key, tempo, or rhythm scared off most potential bandmates--but producer Bob Thiele had what was a radical idea: he paired Hooker with the cream of the crop in Impulse!’s roster of jazz sidemen. The result is an artifact that features a rare cultural dialogue; the Delta Bluesman riding in the car with the bebop jazzbo."

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