V A The Roots Of Canned Heat(2000)[FLAC][Colombo bt org]

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Name:V A The Roots Of Canned Heat(2000)[FLAC][Colombo bt org]

Total Size: 190.27 MB

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 01Roll And Tumble Blues.flac

8.88 MB


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 Various - The Roots Of Canned Heat.m3u

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 The Roots Of Canned Heat.log

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 2134 Blues.flac

7.82 MB

 The Roots Of Canned Heat.CUE

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 22Future Blues.flac

7.75 MB

 20That's All Right Mama.flac

7.84 MB

 19Shake It, Break It.flac

7.68 MB

 18Canned Heat Blues.flac

9.08 MB

 17Streamline Train.flac

5.48 MB

 16Two White Horses.flac

8.47 MB

 14Bulldoze Blues.flac

11.27 MB

 15Tell Me Man.flac

8.88 MB

 13It Hurts Me Too.flac

8.98 MB

 12Devil Got My Woman.flac

8.97 MB

 10Pony Blues.flac

9.35 MB

 11Squabblin' Blues.flac

7.93 MB

 09Whiskey Headed Man.flac

13.50 MB


7.99 MB

 08Turpentine Blues.flac

8.42 MB

 06Big Road Blues.flac

7.96 MB

 04Catfish Blues.flac

6.92 MB

 05Dust My Broom.flac

6.38 MB

 03Goin' Down Slow.flac

7.63 MB


264.48 KB

 02Bullfrog Blues.flac

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Canned Heat was formed by three ardent record collectors with a devout passion for old blues 78s from the 1920s and '30s. Guitarist and harmonica player Alan Wilson, singer Bob Hite, and guitarist Henry Vestine took their scholarly interest in these remarkable old recordings and lovingly re-created them for the emerging rock audience in the late '60s. Less experimental than the Grateful Dead, the band that Canned Heat most resembled in its reconfiguration of old roots tunes, the Heat managed a couple of radio hits with "On the Road Again" and "Going up the Country." The latter tune was featured prominently in the Woodstock movie, perfectly catching the feeling of excitement and change in the air at the time, when it appeared a new era was dawning, an era that was unfortunately very unkind to Canned Heat. Drugs and death haunted the band in an eerie re-enactment of the lives of many of the bluesmen they emulated. The Roots of Canned Heat collects nearly two-dozen of the old 78s that sparked the band, including its namesake song "Canned Heat Blues" by Tommy Johnson, and important recordings from Robert Petway, Robert Johnson, Charley Patton, Willie Brown, and Skip James, making this an excellent introduction to country blues. The sound of Texas songster Henry Thomas' quills on "Bulldoze Blues" (included here) was lifted note for note to form the distinctive intro to "Going up the Country," and that song, more than any other, carries the legacy of Canned Heat.

- Steve Leggett, All Music Guide

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1. Roll and Tumble Blues - Hambone Willie Newbern
2. Bullfrog Blues - William Harris
3. Goin' Down Slow - St. Louis Jimmy Oden
4. Catfish Blues - Robert Petway
5. Dust My Broom - Robert Johnson
6. Big Road Blues - Tommy Johnson
7. Statesboro' Blues - Blind Willie McTell
8. Turpentine Blues - Casey Bill Weldon
9. Whiskey Head Man - Tommy McClennan
10. Pony Blues - Charley Patton
11. Squabblin' Blues - Barefoot Bill
12. Devil Got My Woman - Skip James
13. It Hurts Me Too - Tampa Red
14. Bulldoze Blues - Henry Thomas
15. Tell Me Man - Henry "Son" Sims
16. Two White Horses - 2 Poor Boys
17. Streamline Train - Cripple Clarence Lofton
18. Canned Heat Blues - Tommy Johnson
19. Shake It, Break It (But Don't Let It Fall Mama) - Charley Patton
20. That's All Right Mama - Arthur "Big Boy" Crudup
21. 34 Blues - Charley Patton
22. Future Blues - Willie Brown

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