Liberty publish Canned Heat’s second album : ‘Boogie with Canned Heat’ featuring ‘On the Road Again’ (1968)

‘Boogie with Canned Heat‘ feat. ‘On the Road Again’ is their second album released on January 21, 1968 by Liberty.

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Liberty publish Canned Heat’s second album : ‘Boogie with Canned Heat’ featuring ‘On the Road Again’ (1968)

1 . Turpentine Moan & On The Road Again

2 . Amphetamine Annie (UC Davis, Whole Earth Fest 2013)

3 . An American Blues Band

Track Listing : 1.Evil Woman (Larry Weiss) – 02:59 . 2.My Crime (Canned Heat) – 03:57 . 3.On The Road Again (Floyd Jones, Alan Wilson) – 05:01 . 4.World In A Jug (Canned Heat) – 03:29 . 5.Turpentine Moan (Canned Heat) – 02:56 . 6.Whiskey Headed Woman No. 2 (Bob Hite) – 02:57 . 7.Amphetamine Annie (Canned Heat) – 03:56 . 8.An Owl Song (Alan Wilson) – 02:43 . 9.Marie Laveau (Henry Vestine) – 05:18 . 10.Fried Hockey Boogie (Larry Taylor) – 11:07

Musicians : Bob Hite – Vocals . Alan Wilson – Slide Guitar, Vocals, Harmonica . Henry Vestine – Lead Guitar . Larry Taylor – Bass . Adolfo De La Parra – Drums . Dr. John – Piano . Sunnyland Slim – Piano On (5)

Production : Produced By Skip Taylor, Dallas Smith . Dino Lappas – Engineer

Recorded October-November 1967 At Liberty Studios.

Released On January 21, 1968 By Liberty.

Package : John Cline – Artwork . Dean O. Torrence – Design .

(Source Canned Heat – Boogie with Canned Heat | Boogie with Canned Heat | Canned Heat – Official Website)

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PopMatters
The Canned Heat Story [DVD]Do yourself a favour: if you want to really understand what made Canned Heat a truly great legend of the counter-culture, listen to what your uncle Fito has to say, sit back and dig those early performances. Even now, they’ve still got the power to blow you away. […]

apricot18 @ RateYourMusic
There is also a lurid amateurish sleeve that really jumps out at ya. After 1-4 the album is merely average though the lead guitar playing is outstanding. […]

allmusic
Canned Heat‘s second long-player, Boogie With Canned Heat (1968), pretty well sums up the bona fide blend of amplified late-’60s electric rhythm and blues, with an expressed emphasis on loose and limber boogie-woogie. For enthusiasts as well as listeners curious about the oft-overlooked combo, this is an essential, if not compulsory platter. […]

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