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Music : Earl Hooker - There's A Fungus Amung Us (1972)
 

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Artist: Earl HookerTitle: There's A Fungus Amung UsYear Of Release: 1999Label: M.I.L. Multimedia - MIL 6118Genre: BluesQuality: MP3 CBR 320 kbpsTotal Time: 40 min 36 secTotal Size: 93 mb

Tracklist:

01. Dust My Broom (03:47)
02. Hot And Heavy (01:59)
03. The Screwdriver (03:11)
04. Bertha (03:59)
05. The Foxtrot (02:00)
06. End Of The Blues (04:30)
07. Walking The Floor (02:21)
08. Hooker Special (02:39)
09. Something You Ate (03:15)
10. Two Bugs In A Rug (05:55)
11. Hold On, I'm Coming (02:59)
12. Off The Hook (04:06)

This rare circa-1972 album has what you'd expect from a vintage Earl Hooker LP: blues instrumentals with unfailingly stinging guitar, a relaxed groove, and soul-tinged arrangements bolstered by solid organ. If it's mighty reliable in what it delivers, it also has to be said that there aren't many surprises, the tracks coming close to very high-class blues background music in some senses. As that limited genre goes, however, this is at the top of that class, Hooker throwing in enough energetic flourishes, swoops, and musical equivalents of exclamation points to not just keep things interesting, but also keep a smile on your face. A few familiar blues and soul tunes are covered here, including "Dust My Broom," "Hold On, I'm Coming," and "Something You Got," the last of these unappetizingly retitled "Something You Ate." But for the most part the program is original, including one number, "Bertha," that seems to look toward Santo & Johnny's sleepy slide guitar workouts for inspiration.

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