Boom Boom Boom
Cover of John Lee Hooker by uncredited band on the last disc of the fifth set in the Discoteen series issued by the mighty Chicago's Seeburg Corporation in 1965.
Info taken from the excellent Both Sides Now website HEREDiscoTeen, which released 5 sets of 10 discs with a red label, culledall the recent hits from the Discotheque Series and added a lot more,with only occasional slow songs. Mixed in with the instrumental versionsof hits were 1-3 originals on each album (as was the case for the otherseries, also), usually quite competent and danceable instrumentals.The music itself included no hit versions, but the musicians were quitecompetent and the sound quality was excellent. The artists were notidentified, so we have called the various artists the same name Seeburgused for their generic music in the past, The Seeburg Spotlite Band.Actually, according to those around Seeburg at the time, bands such asDavid Carroll and Boots Randolph and their orchestras were hired torecord these tunes, and recordings were done in first-rate studios suchas Universal Studios in Chicago (Seeburg's home city) and Nashville'stop studios. All the recordings were well-separated true stereo.