Canned Heat - Living The Blues
Posted by: Kagor | on October 2, 2012
Label: EMI America - 1C 128-15 7675 3,EMI America - 1C 128 15 7675 3 • Format: 2x, Vinyl LP, Album, Reissue Gatefold • Country: Europe • Genre: Rock, Blues • Style: Blues Rock
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Sep 08, · referencing Living The Blues, 2xLP, Album, Gat, LST A guy that owns a local record store and I were talking about the side two of disc one, and in this particular pressing (and not in the later 69' pressing) there is a locked groove ~3/4 of the way through the side of the LP/5().
May 28, · Artist: Canned Heat Album: Living The Blues Year: Track: 9. Artist: Canned Heat Album: Living The Blues Year: Track: 9 50+ videos Play all Mix - Canned Heat - Refried Boogie YouTube.
Oct 30, · Canned Heat was founded by two rabid blues enthusiasts (Alan “Owl” Wilson and Bob “Bear” Hite), took its name from every rail yard hobo’s alcoholic beverage of choice, and boasted a most excellent pair of electric guitarists (Wilson and Henry Vestine, the latter of whom had the rare distinction of being kicked out of Frank Zappa’s Mothers of Invention for smoking pot).
Sep 09, · Canned Heat's third studio effort is a double album called Living the Blues. Sounds very good to my ears. The album actually includes just nine different tracks even if /5(22).
Mar 03, · Canned Heat's "Living The Blues" is rapidly rocketing up my "favorites of all time" list. There's something elemental about their magical blend of biker mentality & psychedelic hippie peace & love. Exactly what this world needs/5(76).
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This is his story, journaling four decades on the road with boogie-blues music legends CANNED HEAT. This is a saga of hit records, world tours, drugs, sex, outrageous behavior, and death. From This is the true story of the Canned Heat Band's psychedelic hippie days as lived by Adolfo "Fito" De La Parra, a man who never forgot how to boogie and still escaped with his life!4/5.
Aside from the slightly indulgent "Refried Boogie," Living the Blues () stands as a testament to Canned Heat's prowess as modernizers of the blues and recommended as one of the most cohesive works from this incarnation.6/