'Dimples’ was one of the first songs recorded by John Lee Hooker for Vee-Jay Records. Unlike his previous record labels, Vee-Jay producers saw Hooker as a Jimmy Reed-style performer and in fact provided him with Reed's backup band for two recording sessions in 1955 and 1956. However, when the recording commenced, it became apparent that Hooker's sense of rhythm and timing was uniquely his. The backing musicians were guitarist Eddie Taylor, bassist George Washington, and drummer Tom Whitehead. ‘Dimples’ was issued in the UK in 1964 on Stateside, where it reached number 23 in the pop chart and remains one of his best known tunes.
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