John Lee Hooker Burnin' MONO LP Vee Jay 1043 1962
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ARTIST - John Lee Hooker
TITLE - Burnin'
FORMAT - Full Length Vinyl LP
LABEL - Vee JayRELEASE NUMBER - LP 1043
YEAR - 1962
COUNTRY - USA
CONDITION (MEDIA / JACKET) - EX / VG+
NOTES - Mono pressing. Rainbow Vee Jay label. Jacket has some minor creasing.
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