John Lee Hooker - With John Mayall & The Groundhogs MP3/Flac

John Lee Hooker would make several more trips to Europe throughout the 1960s. On one tour he was placed with John Mayall's Bluesbreakers as a backing band, but this did not seem to fit John's style too well. He met a guitarist named Tony McPhee, whose band The Groundhogs had been named for a Hooker composition, "Groundhog Blues". The band proved to fit well with Hooker and they worked behind him on several of his British visits. An album was also released entitled, "The Groundhogs With John Lee Hooker And John Mayall" (1972, Cleve Records).
Also released on Verve, Voque, Wand and Xtra on vinyl.