Long John Hunter
The first new studio album in six years from the last of the great Texas Blues guitarists is a departure for long-time Lone Star resident Long John Hunter n that it was recorded in California, but great music knows no geographical bounds – he spent en years at the rowdy Lobby Bar in Juarez, Mexico.

With only eight albums in 21 years, Long John is not one of the Blues’ most prolific artists, but he is (literally) a Texas giant and an influence on Lonnie Brooks and even a young Buddy Holly. The Blues is about the celebration of life along with its woes, and Looking For a Party is a statement from a man who, like those of his generation, played and partied as hard as he worked. If you’re looking for a party, but one filled with Texas Telecaster wisdom that flows like vintage wine, you’ve found it.

Long John Hunter - Looking For A Party

Looking For A Party … $12.99
release date: 10/20/2009 / catalog# BEI 0008

  • Looking For A Party (4:04)
  • What's Come Over You (5:14)
  • Beggar Man (3:52)
  • Looking For My Baby (4:15)
  • I Know A Man (4:02)
  • Apple Of My Eye (2:56)
  • You Say You Want A Candy (4:48)
  • Greener Pastures (4:46)
  • You Are My World (4:15)
  • It's Hard To Please A Woman (3:45)
  • Me and Phil (3:17)