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Living The Blues

Canned Heat

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Billboard Hot 100 - #11, 1968 - Goin' Up The Country

"Bob Hite and Alan Wilson knew more about blues and the history of the blues than anyone else in the world and they used their knowledge to their advantage."
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1
Pony Blues
Canned Heat
3:48
2
My Mistake
Canned Heat
3:22
3
Sandy's Blues
Canned Heat
6:45
4
Goin' Up The Country
Canned Heat
2:50
5
Walking By Myself
Canned Heat
2:29
6
Boogie Music
Canned Heat
3:20
7
One Kind Favor
Canned Heat
4:44
8
Parthenogeneis
Canned Heat
19:53
9
Refried Boogie (Pt. 1)
Canned Heat
20:03
10
Refried Boogie (Pt. 2)
Canned Heat
21:00
Total Playing Time    1:28:14
Canned Heat's third album Living The Blues from 1968 includes the 19-minute tour de force, Parthenogenesis which displays the band at its most experimental. Also featured is the incarnation of Henry Thomas's Bull-Doze Blues where singer Al Wilson retained the tune of the original song, rewrote the lyrics and came up with Goin' Up The Country, whose simple message caught the back-to-nature attitude of the late 1960s. The song went to number one in 25 countries around the world and became the unofficial theme song of Woodstock.
192 kHz / 24-bit & 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM - Capitol Records Studio Masters

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