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The Healer (album)

The Healer
Studio album by John Lee Hooker
Released September 1989 (1989-09)
Recorded Russian Hill Recording Studios, San Francisco
Genre Blues
Length 41:43
Label Chameleon
Producer Roy Rogers
John Lee Hooker chronology
Highway 51
The Healer
Lonesome Road
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
AllMusic 2/5 stars [1]
Rolling Stone 4/5 stars [2]
The Village Voice B+[3]

The Healer is a blues album by John Lee Hooker, released in 1989. The album features collaborations with Bonnie Raitt, Charlie Musselwhite, Los Lobos and Carlos Santana, among others. The Healer peaked at number 62 on the Billboard 200 and won a Grammy award. Produced by Roy Rogers of the Delta Rhythm Kings[4] the album's success 'permitted John Lee Hooker to live out the end of his life in comfort'.[5]

Track listing

All songs were written by John Lee Hooker, except where noted.

  1. "The Healer" (with Carlos Santana) (Hooker, Roy Rogers, Santana, Chester Thompson) – 5:36
  2. "I'm in the Mood" (with Bonnie Raitt) (Hooker, Bernard Besman) – 4:30
  3. "Baby Lee" (with Robert Cray) (Hooker, James Bracken) – 3:43
  4. "Cuttin' Out (Things Gonna Change)" (with Canned Heat) – 4:35
  5. "Think Twice Before You Go" (with Los Lobos) – 2:58
  6. "Sally Mae" (with George Thorogood) (Hooker, Bracken) – 3:15
  7. "That's Alright" (with Charlie Musselwhite) – 4:23
  8. "Rockin' Chair" – 4:09
  9. "My Dream" – 4:02
  10. "No Substitute" – 4:07



  1. ^ Owens, Thom. The Healer (album) at AllMusic
  2. ^ Rolling Stone review
  3. ^
  4. ^ Rolling Stone review
  5. ^ According to Walter de Paduwa speaking (in French at minute 14'45") on the Dr Boogie Radio Show, Jan 31st 2014

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