Canned Heat – Living The Blues - 1969 Psych Blues Rock 2LP
Canned Heat – Living The Blues
Liberty – LST-27200
2 × Vinyl, LP, Album, Gatefold
Records are VG+ VG++ have some light wear (listen to our copy)
Cover is VG+ VG++ has ring wear and light corner wear (see our pic)
A1 Pony Blues 3:47
A2 My Mistake 3:21
A3 Sandy's Blues 6:45
A4 Going Up The Country 2:51
A5 Walking By Myself 2:28
A6 Boogie Music 3:18
B1 One Kind Favor 4:44
B2 Parthenogenesis 19:54
C Refried Boogie (Part I) 20:10
D Refried Boogie (Part II) 20:50
Distributed By – London Records Of Canada (1967) Ltd.
Recorded At – I.D. Sound
Recorded At – The Kaleidoscope, Hollywood
Art Direction – Woody Woodward
Engineer – Richard "Get Yourself Together" Moore
Engineer [Assistant] – Ivan Fisher
Photography By – Peter Bernuth
Producer – Canned Heat, Skip Taylor
Sides 1 and 2 recorded at I.D. Sound Recorders, Hollywood, California.
Sides 3 and 4 recorded 100% live at the Kaleidoscope, Hollywood, California.
Distributed in Canada by London Records of Canada (1967) Ltd
Printed in Canada
Barcode and Other Identifiers
Matrix / Runout (Side A, etched): LST-27200-A Side-1
Matrix / Runout (Side B, etched): LST-27200-B Side-2
Matrix / Runout (Side C, etched): LST-27200-C Side-3
Matrix / Runout (Side D, etched): LST-27200-D Side-4
Living the Blues is the third album by Canned Heat, a double album released in late 1968. It was one of the first double albums to place well on album charts.
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....in fact it was Canned Heat's signature song, which would later be used in the Woodstock film.