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Raga Kafi - Canned Heat - Living The Blues (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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8 Responses to Raga Kafi - Canned Heat - Living The Blues (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Goltilar says:
    Living the Blues, an Album by Canned Heat. Released in on Akarma (catalog no. AK /2; CD). Genres: Boogie Rock, Blues Rock, Psychedelic Rock.
  2. Shanris says:
    A1. Pony Blues A2. My Mistake A3. Sandy’s Blues A4. Going Up The Country A5. Walking By Myself A6. Boogie Music B1. One Kind Favor B2. Parthenogenesis B2 I. Nebulosity B2 II. Rollin’ And Tumblin’ B2 III. Five Owls B2 IV. Bear Wires B2 V. Snooky Flowers B2 VI. Sunflower Power B2 VII. Raga Kafi [ ].
  3. Fenrijind says:
    Canned Heat's third collection, Living the Blues (), 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
  4. Faulkis says:
    Fantastic set from the Heat. This album shines in the recordings of Canned Heat. Great songs absolutely great musicianship. The star of the set is "Going Up the Country" a song which is in the American lexicon of TV commercials now. But Bob Hite's song "Sandy's Blues" is /5().
  5. Zulukus says:
    CANNED HEAT - living the blues - boibonderghandversglutimlarovabarca.coinfo Music Skip to main content Well, the 2-record vinyl album, Living the Blues had the full version of Boogie Music on it, as it should have, but this BGO compact disc issue, has that highly effective coda cut off, nowhere to be found. drum & guitar solos, but the highlight is Raga Kafi, as the /5().
  6. Fenrikus says:
    Living the Blues [UK] (2-CD) by Canned Heat - CD () for $ from boibonderghandversglutimlarovabarca.coinfo Blues - Order by Phone /5(23).
  7. Zolorr says:
    Their second album, 'Boogie With Canned Heat', included the hit 'On The Road Again' and a twelve minute version of 'Fried Hockey Boogie' that established them with hippie audiences as 'kings of the boogie!' This, their third album, 'Living The Blues', includes a minute tour de force, 'Parthenogenesis' which displays the quintet attheir most /5(99).
  8. Tojalkree says:
    It was probably taken from an old 78 in either Hite's or Wilson's extensive blues collection. Well, the 2-record vinyl album, Living the Blues had the full version of Boogie Music on it, as it should have, but this BGO compact disc issue, has that highly effective coda cut off, nowhere to be found/5().

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