Houston, Texas's favorite son Sam John Hopkins, better known as Lightnin', was recorded in 1959 by the legendary musicologist Samuel Charters, predating and predicting the folk-blues revival of the early '60s. Widely regarded as one of the finest acoustic blues albums ever, Lightnin' Hopkins, originally released in 1959 on Folkways Records, established it's hero as a legend. The very definition of essential.
A1. Penitentiary Blues
A2. Bad Luck and Trouble
A3. Come and Go with Me
A4. Trouble Stay 'Way from My Door
A5. See That My Grave Is Kept Clean
B1. Goin' Back to Florida
B2. Reminiscences of Blind Lemon
B3. Fan It
B4. Tell Me Baby
B5. She's Mine
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