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1 	–Zakiya Hooker & Johnnie Johnson & Bobby Murray - I Want To Hug You

Bass – David Daniel
Drums – Marlon Green
Guitar [Synth] – Tony Cook
Lead Guitar – Bobby Murray
Lead Vocals – Zakiya Hooker
Percussion – Victor Puebla
Piano – Johnnie Johnson

2 	–Jack Bruce & Gary Moore - I'm In The Mood

Bass – Jack Bruce
Drums – Gary Husband
Lead Vocals – Gary Moore

3 	–Leo Lyons & Ric Lee & Vince Converse - Bad Like Jesse James

Bass – Leo Lyons
Drums – Ric Lee
Lead Guitar, Vocals – Vince Converse

4 	–Jeff Beck With The Kingdom Choir - Will The Circle Be Unbroken

Arranged By – John Lee Hooker
Arranged By [Vocals] – Laura Howard
Backing Vocals – The Kingdom Choir
Bass – David Hadley
Drums – Richard Bailey
Guitar [All] – Jeff Beck
Lead Vocals – Earl Green 
Lead Vocals, Arranged By [Vocals] – Siggi Josiah
Piano – Dave Moore
Tambourine – Pete Brown 

5 	–Gary Brooker & Andy Fairweather-Low - Baby Lee

Bass – Matt Pegg
Drums – Henry Spinetti
Lead Guitar – Andy Fairweather-Low
Piano, Lead Vocals – Gary Brooker
	
6 	–T.S. McPhee & Dick Heckstall-Smith - Ground Hog Blues

Lead Guitar, Vocals – T.S. McPhee
Tenor Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone – Dick Heckstall-Smith

7 	–Mick Taylor & Max Middleton - This Is Hip

Backing Vocals – Pete Brown
Bass, Backing Vocals – Michael Bailey
Drums – Godfrey MacLean
Lead Vocals, Vocals – Mick Taylor
Piano – Max Middleton
	
8 	–Peter Green Splinter Group - Crawlin' King Snake

Bass [Upright] – Pete Stroud
Guitar [Open-Tuned] – Nigel Watson
Lead Guitar, Vocals, Harmonica – Peter Green
Rhythm Guitar – Roger Cotton 

9 	–T.S. Mcphee & Dick Heckstall-Smith, Clem Clempson - I'm Leaving

Bass – David Hadley
Drums – Jeff Allen 
Lead Guitar, Vocals – Tony McPhee
Rhythm Guitar, Lead Guitar [Second] – Clem Clempson
Tenor Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone – Dick Heckstall-Smith
	
10 	–Gary Brooker & Andy Fairweather-Low 	Little Wheel

Bass – Matt Pegg
Drums – Henry Spinetti
Lead Guitar – Andy Fairweather-Low
Piano, Lead Vocals – Gary Brooker
	
11 	–Greggs Eggs - 	The Business

Bass – Chris Wilson
Congas – Lonnie Walter
Drums – Ken Greene 
Lead Guitar – Futoshi Morroka
Lead Vocals – Suzanne Sterling 

12 	–Jeff Beck 	Hobo Blues

Bass – David Hadley
Drums – Richard Bailey
Lead Guitar – Jeff Beck
Lead Vocals – Earl Green 

13 	–Gary Moore & Jack Bruce - Serve Me Right To Suffer

Bass – Jack Bruce
Drums – Gary Husband
Lead Guitar, Vocals – Gary Moore
	
14 	–John Lee Hooker & Booker T & Randy California - Red House

Bass – Phillip Chen
Drums – Bruce Gary
Lead Guitar, Vocals – John Lee Hooker
Organ – Booker T. Jones
Rhythm Guitar – Randy California

 

For the first of two tribute albums to John Lee Hooker, executive producer Arnie Goodman of Blue Storm Music has assembled an impressive list of British musicians from the 1960s who helped spark the '60s blues revival that was responsible for the ascension of Hooker (among others) into legendary status. The biggest name on his own is Jeff Beck, who plays guitar on "Will the Circle Be Unbroken" and "Hobo Blues," but other notable figures include Cream's Jack Bruce, Leo Lyons and Ric Lee from Ten Years After, Procol Harum's Gary Brooker, ex-Rolling Stone Mick Taylor, former Fleetwood Mac leader Peter Green, and Gary Moore. The performers are reverent toward Hooker's music, maintaining its relentless rhythmic power and even at times re-creating the master's haunting mumble of a voice. The set is not entirely given over to the Brits, however, as it opens with "I Want to Hug You," sung by Hooker's daughter, Zakiya, and ends with Hooker himself, accompanied by Booker T. Jones and Randy California, among others, performing a previously unreleased "Red House" that was cut for a Jimi Hendrix tribute album. There is also a newly written song ("The Business") penned by Grateful Dead lyricist Robert Hunter and Bay Area musician Greg Anton that was earmarked for a Hooker project never recorded due to his death. Such tracks provide some variety, but the strength of the album is still in the devoted performances of people like Beck and Green. ---William Ruhlmann, AllMusic Review

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