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Canned Heat/Boogie with Canned Heat album for sale by Canned Heat was released May 06, 2003 on the Beat Goes On label. It's about time these early Canned Heat albums were made available once again! Thanks in part to their appearance in the Monterey Pop and later Woodstock festival films, these two albums, especially Boogie With Canned Heat, built Canned Heat's reputation as a top-notch white blues band of the late '60s. The self-titled disc from 1967 features a rough mix of originals and blues standards, including "Catfish Blues," "Rich Woman," and "Big Road Blues." Boogie was released the following year and actually contained a hit single, "On the Road Again." The other tracks on the album, especially "Fried Hockey Boogie" and "Amphetamine Annie," became staples of early FM underground radio. Canned Heat/Boogie with Canned Heat CD music contains a single disc with 21 songs. ...See Full Description
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||Older Music That Plays Very Well|
Canned Heat never sounded better than their earliest efforts. They were not a white group imitating the Blues. They were a legitimate blues band, with distinctive and competent players who worked as a unit.
By danielwargo (Arcata, CA,USA)
||Very authentic white boy blues|
Canned Heat's original lineup with Al "Blind Owl" Wilson, Henry "Sunflower" Vestine & Bobby The Bear" Hite produced some of best and most authentic white American Blues bands of the 60's.
By krisdragon (Orlando, USA)
||where's that "WINE SLUGGIN" FESTIVAL SPIRIT!|
Good blues from the bands classic period. While I have tons of thier music,the 1st three Heat Lps were the best.
By tom (naples fla,usa)
||Five Stars For First Album|
I've been a lover of blues music for 10 years. Delta blues especially. There's nothing like lying in bed hearing the rhythmic bass note and zinging slide guitar while you imagine yourself somewhere along the Mississippi Delta picking cotton.
By will (Half Moon Bay, CA, USA)
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Super Session CD (1968) Top Seller
Canned Heat/Boogie with Canned Heat buy CD music A surprise best-seller when it was first released, this mostly improvised pairing of singer/keyboardist/producer Al Kooper with two major guitar heroes of the day sounds fascinating all these years later precisely because of the distance of time--nobody makes records like this any more. The material runs the gamut from folk pop (covers of Donovan and Dylan), to blues ("Albert's Shuffle," "You Don't Love Me"), to heady jams ("His Holy Modal Majesty"), to big-band jazz ("Harvey's Tune").
All the tunes make effective templates for the kind off-the-cuff music-making that in less capable hands might have resulted in simple noodling. In fact, although Bloomfield and Stills don't play together on any of the cuts (Bloomfield played on one side of the original LP, Stills on the other), all three principals get off lots of good licks and producer Kooper has some interesting tricks up his sleeve, as in the over-the-top phasing he lavishes on "You Don't Love Me." The only real disappointment here is that Stills, a far better singer than Kooper, never opens his mouth.
Those familiar with the Live Adventures album these two recorded at the Fillmore West know how brilliant they could be on stage, and here's another gem, recorded at the Fillmore East this time and featuring 'One Way Out,' 'It's My Own Fault' (with Bloomfield trading licks with Johnny Winter...Johnny was signed to Columbia after this gig!). Newly remastered & now with 4 bonus tracks, 'Albert's Shuffle' (2002 Remix w/o Horns), 'Season of the Witch.' (2002 Remix w/o Horns), 'Blues For Nothing' (Studio Outtake) & 'Fat Grey Cloud' Previously Unreleased Live Track). Features 12-page booklet with unpublished photos from the recording session, new liner notes by Al Kooper & the Rolling Stone Hall Of Fame review by David Fricke. 60 scintillating minutes! 13 tracks. Colunbia/Legacy. 2003.
Includes liner notes by Al Kooper, Michael Thomas.
Includes liner notes by Michael Thomas.
Full performer name: Mike Bloomfield/Al Kooper/Steve Stills.
Personnel: Mike Bloomfield (electric guitar); Al Kooper (vocals, 12-string & electric guitars, piano, organ, ondioline); Steve Stills (electric guitar); Barry Goldberg (electric piano); Harvey Brooks (bass); Eddie Hoh (drums).
Personnel: Mike Bloomfield (electric guitar); Al Kooper (piano, organ, ondioline, vocals, 12-string & electric guitars); Steve Stills (electric guitar); Barry Goldberg (electric piano); Harvey Brooks (bass); Eddie Hoh (drums).
Reissue producer: Bob Irwin.
Stand Up CD (1969) Top Seller
Canned Heat/Boogie with Canned Heat CD music Principally recorded at Morgan Studios, London, England. Includes liner notes by Ian Anderson.
People often forget that Tull started out as a forward-looking blues-rock unit not dissimilar to contemporaries like Cream and Led Zeppelin. While the blues influence is heard most clearly on the debut THIS WAS, its successor STAND UP still shows some of those traces. Tracks like "A New Day Yesterday" and "Nothing Is Easy" are the prime examples of this hard-hitting, bluesy riff-rock approach. Elsewhere, though, the boys begin to show some of the folk, jazz, and classical influences that would soon make them a leading exponent of progressive rock.
"Bouree" is a flute-led instrumental track that combines Ian Anderson's improvisations with melodic bass work that's alternately jazzy and classical-influenced. The melancholy folk-rock feel of "Look Into the Sun" makes for an emotionally affecting, introspective ballad. The light-hearted "Fat Man" incorporates folk influences with an Eastern-sounding balalaika melody. STAND UP is a portrait of a band in transition, on its way to bigger things, but it's still eminently enjoyable.
Digitally remastered reissue of their second release; includes four bonus tracks.
Producers: Terry Ellis, Ian Anderson.
Jethro Tull: Ian Anderson (vocals, guitar, balalaika, mandolin, flute, mouth organ, Hammond B-3 organ); Martin "Lancelot" Barre (electric guitar, flute); Glen Cornick (bass); Clive Bunker (drums, percussion).
Additional personnel: David Palmer (arranger, conductor).
|Living the Blues CDs (1968)
Canned Heat/Boogie with Canned Heat songs Canned Heat's third collection, Living the Blues (1968), was likewise their first double-LP, heralding the rural hippie anthem "Going Up the Country" as well as the nearly three-quarter-hour "Refried Boogie." However, rather than distracting their audience, it became one of rock & roll's first two-LP sets to make a substantial showing on the charts, reaching the Top 20. Not surprising as the rest of the album -- essentially all of disc one -- is as solid (if not arguably more so) than their previous long player Boogie with Canned Heat (1968). Featured is the "classic" Heat lineup of Alan "Blind Owl" Wilson (guitar/harmonica/vocals), Larry "The Mole" Taylor (bass), Henry "Sunflower" Vestine (guitar), Adolfo "Fido" de la Parra (drums), and Bob "The Bear" Hite (vocals), who unleash another batch of strong originals and engaging overhauls of a few blues staples -- including the solid cover of Charley Patton's "Pony Blues" that commences the effort. Right out of the gate, the formidable team of Wilson and Vestine explore their musical passions with a focused drive that would significantly diminish in the years and on the records to follow. One of the primary factors in the package's commercial success was their update of Henry Thomas' "Going Down South," which they turned into the breezy "Goin' Up the Country." The song not only became one of their biggest hits, it was also used in the Woodstock (1970) documentary and a live version -- from the actual concert -- was presented on the soundtrack. Canned Heat are joined by one of their contemporaries as Brit bluesman John Mayall contributes to the compact reading of Jimmy Rogers'"Walking By Myself," not on guitar, but rather piano. He also tosses around the '88s during the "Bear Wires" movement of the side-long "Parthenogenesis" suite. While on the subject of guest keyboardists, Mac Rebbenack (aka Dr. John) joins in on the groovy ode to "Boogie Music." "One Kind Favour" (aka "See That My Grave Is Kept Clean") drives hard with Hite belting out behind the ensemble's propelling rhythms. Aside from the slightly indulgent "Refried Boogie," Living the Blues (1968) 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. ~ Lindsay Planer
Digitally remastered edition of their third album that includes a 19 minute tour de force, "Parthenogenesis", which displays the quintet at their most experimental. Also featured is their incarnation of Henry Thomas "Bulldozer Blues" where singer Wilson retained the tune of the original song, rewrote the lyric and came up with "Goin' Up The Country", whose simple message caught the back to nature attitude of the late 60's and went to number one in 25 countries around the world.
Canned Heat: Bob "The Bear" Hite (vocals); Alan Wilson (guitar, harmonica, Jew's harp); Henry Vestine (guitar); Larry Taylor (bass guitar, congas); Adolfo de la Parra (drums).
Personnel: Owl (guitar, harp); John Fahey, Sunflower, Charley Patton (guitar); Henry "Son" Sims (violin); Joe Sample, John Mayall (piano); Fito PŠez (drums); Mole (congas).
Liner Note Author: John Tobler.
Recording information: I.D. Sound Recorders, Hollywood, CA; Kaleidoscope, Hollywood, CA.
Photographers: Jima Abbott; Peter Bernuth.
Arranger: Canned Heat.
Personnel includes: Canned Heat, John Mayall, Dr. John, Joe Sample, John Fahey.
Adapter: Canned Heat.
Additional personnel: John Fahey, John Mayall.
Blue Matter/A Step Further CDs (2005)
Canned Heat/Boogie with Canned Heat album for sale This BGO double disc places two of Savoy Brown's finest recordings in one package. Thoroughly remastered, both Blue Matter and A Step Further were recorded in 1969 and featured the enigmatic Chris Youlden on vocals, Kim Simmonds and Lonesome Dave Peverett on guitars, Roger Earle on drums, Jobe Rivers on bass, and pianist Bob Hall. In its original LP format, Blue Matter contained both studio and live sides, and A Step Further contained a live medley that included everything from Jerry Lee Lewis and Chuck Berry covers to Jimi Hendrix's "Purple Haze." But it was the studio cuts that stood out on both albums. The former featured the amazing "Train to Nowhere" and "Don't Turn Me from Your Door," while the latter included "Made Up My Mind" and "Life's One Act Play." ~ Thom Jurek
Two albums, one from 1968 and one from 1969, on a double CD. Remastered, slip-cased and with new notes. BGO. 2005.
2 LPs on 1 CD: BLUE MATTER (1969)/A STEP FURTHER (1969).
Savoy Brown: Lonesome Dave Peverett (guitar); Terry Flannery (tenor trombone); Rivers Jobe (electric bass); Chris Youlden, Derek Wadsworth, Brian Perrin, Keith Martin, Kim Simmonds, Mike Vernon, Roger Earl, Alan Moore, Bob Hall.
Personnel: Chris Youlden, Lonesome Dave (vocals, guitar); Roger Earl (vocals, drums, congas, percussion); Kim Simmonds (guitar, piano, cowbells); Jack Fields, Percy Coates, Des Bradley, Charles Vorzanger, John Ronayne, Phil Reid (violin); David Bellman, John Meek, Louis Rosen, Maurice Loban (viola); Lionel Ross (cello); Rex Morris, Bob Efford (tenor saxophone); Don Honeywill (baritone saxophone); Butch Hudson, Kenny Wheeler, Eddie Blair (trumpet); Bobby Haughey, Raymond Davis (flugelhorn); John Edwards , Don Lusher, Alan Moore (trombone); Derek Wadsworth, Brian Perrin, Terry Flannery, Keith Martin (tenor trombone); Bob Hall (piano, electric harpsichord); Tone Stevens (drums, congas); Mike Vernon (cowbells, percussion).
Liner Note Author: John O'Regan.
Recording information: City Of Leicester College Of Education, Scraploft, Leic (12/06/1968-05/12/1969); Cook Ferry Inn, Edmonton, London, England (12/06/1968-05/12/1969).
Photographers: David Wedgbury; Terence Ibbott.
Arrangers: Mike Vernon; Terry Noonan.
|Future Blues CD (1970)
Canned Heat/Boogie with Canned Heat CD music This outing by the blues-rock ensemble Canned Heat includes "Shake It and Break It," "Skat," and "Let's Work Together."
The final Canned Heat album to feature co-founder Alan Wilson, Future Blues was also one of their best, surprisingly restrained as a studio creation by the band, the whole thing clocking in at under 36 minutes, as long as some single jams on their live discs. It was also one of their most stylistically diverse efforts. Most of what's here is very concise and accessible, even the one group-composed jam -- Alan Wilson's "Shake It and Break It" and his prophetically titled "My Time Ain't Long" (he would be dead the year this record was issued), which also sounds a lot like a follow-up to "Going up the Country" until its final, very heavy, and up-close guitar coda. Other songs are a little self-consciously heavy, especially their version of Arthur Crudup's "That's All Right, Mama." Dr. John appears, playing piano on the dark, ominous "London Blues," and arranges the horns on "Skat," which tries for a completely different kind of sound -- late-'40s-style jump blues -- than that for which the group was usually known. And the band also turns in a powerhouse heavy guitar version of Wilbert Harrison's "Let's Work Together." ~ Bruce Eder
Digitally remastered with new liner notes and booklet.
Personnel: Alan Wilson (vocals, harmonica); Bob Hite (vocals); Harvey Mandel (guitar); Dr. John, Ernest Lane (piano).
Audio Mixer: Tommy Oliver.
Audio Remasterer: EROC.
Liner Note Authors: Chris Welch ; Alan Wilson .
Recording information: International Sound Studio.
|Hallelujah/Canned Heat Cookbook CD (2003) |
Canned Heat/Boogie with Canned Heat buy CD music Though there was no specific hit on Hallelujah, this album contains Canned Heat's fully developed blues chops and a slightly newfound political edge. Of special note is "Sic 'Em Pigs," an entertaining anti-police anthem, featuring drummer Fito de la Parra, Alan Wilson, and Henry Vestine making pig noises. Canned Heat Cookbook was the first greatest-hits compilation from the band, released originally in 1970, and contains the band's three hit singles, "Goin' Up the Country," "On the Road Again," and "Let's Work Together" (the latter wasn't actually part of the original LP; it was added to this 2002 compilation by Fuel 2000). ~ Al Campbell
"Hallelujah" includes literally one great blues song after another in an impressively eclectic set. "Cookbook" is a collection of Canned Heat's finest recordings up to that point, essentially a 'greatest hits' from the period. It features the classic Canned Heat lineup of Bob "The Bear" Hite, Al "Blind Owl" Wilson, Henry Vestine on guitar, Bob Cook on drums and bassist Larry Taylor.
Contains 21 tracks.
2 LPs on 1 CD: HALLELUJAH (1968)/COOK BOOK (1969).
Canned Heat: Bob "The Bear" Hite (vocals), Al Wilson (guitar, harmonica); "Blind Owl" Wilson, Henry Vestine (guitar); Larry Taylor (bass); Bob Cook (drums).
Liner Note Authors: Skip Taylor; John Tobler.
Illustrators: Dean Torrence; David Willardson; Ron Wolin.
Photographers: Guy Webster; Jay Jones .
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