Canned Heat - Live At The Turku Rock Festival (August-1971, Bear Track CD, single flac + cue, log, artwork)

*** Reviewed by great fellow Adamus67 ***
Canned Heat recorded its first LP in 1966, with Johnny Otis as producer. However, It was not immediately released, and didn’t actually see the light of day until 1970, when it was put out as Vintage Heat. Versions of Willie Dixon’s “Spoonful”, John Lee Hooker’s “Louise”, and Muddy Waters’ “Rollin’ and Tumblin’” were included in the album that according to the biography on Canned Heat’s website is: “The most repackaged and bootlegged record in Canned Heat’s discography.”
Recorded in Finland in 1971, the band was touring to support their worldwide hit album Historical Figures And Ancient Heads. With a new line up featuring Joel Scott Hill, Antonio De La Bareda, along side founders Hite, De La Parra, and Henry Vestine, this band could do no wrong,showcases this hard working boogie band at their peak of their post- Woodstock fame. Led by the big man Bob Hite, The Heat Cook up over an hour of rock, blues, country blues and hit songs from their catalog of albums. This band really was the consummate blues band of the era and it shows throughout this live performance. A healthy dose of tracks from the aforementioned Historical Figures and Ancient Heads album are in order as Hills Stomp, Long Way From L.A. and others are featured on this disc. Check out the classic hit Let's Work Together with incredible vocals and Canned Heat's tight chemistry on stage. Canned Heat Boogie This lengthy jam is seeing its first release in North America, and this rarity is just one of the many fine tunes on this fine live recording. Remastered from the original concert tapes, this authorized edition of Live At The Turku Rock Festival is just the right album for your blues, rock and boogie needs. Rock On!
Thank you so much Adam for that effort        gigic2255

If you are looking for a great sounding live album from Canned Heat, than this is the one. This was recorded right after Blind Owl Alan Wilson passed away and the bands was starting over. They added guitarist and vocalist Joel Scott Hill to the band and this was his first concert with them. He fits right in with great vocals and guitar support to the sunflower-Henry Vestine, who is great in this set. Great guitar solos, long versions of their songs, and great vocals by the Bear-Bob Hite--despite the fact that the Blind Owl just died. The stereo on this recording is great and Hite plays a mean harp. Long versions of On the Road again sung by Hite with great guitar and some blues songs sung by Hill, who went on late to join the Flying Burrito Brothers for a few albums--if you can find his album LA Getaway I would purchase it--sounds great with LA Session players. GET THIS ALBUM FROM CANNED HEAT-GREAT SONGS-GREAT SOUND-LONG SONGS_JUST GET IT!!!!!!!!
(~amazon) by J. R Sategna

Canned Heat - She Don't Want Me No More

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01. Introduction
02. She Don't Want Me No More
03. Let's Work Together
04. On The Road Again
05. That's All Right
06. Hill Stomp (instrumental)
07. Long Way From L.A.
08. Watch Yourself
09. Canned Heat Boogie
10. Late Night Blues

Canned Heat:
Robert (Bob) The Bear Hite - vocals, harmonica
Henry Vestine - guitar
Joel Scott Hill - vocals, guitar
Antonio De La Barreda - bass
Adolfo Fito De La Parra - drums

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  1. Many thanks gigic2255 for this rarity!!! All the best and greetings from Poland to all fans of the old rock from the Czech Republic!!!

  2. Man Can you re-up files please? the link is dead.


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