Canned Heat

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Canned Heat - Far Out Far Out
Blues Used - LP AK 115 / 2 Akarma
Long Out Of Print, Limited Edition 2LP 180gm HQ Import Housed In A Super Heavy-Duty Die-Cut Tri-Fold Gimmick (Ring-Pull) Cover. Features 7 Rare Bonus Tracks And 6 Previously Unissued Tracks, 20 Page Kanned Korn Kommix Comic Book, Bonus 7 Inch Single In Picture Sleeve Plus Additional Insert. Both LPs Appear Unplayed.... more details
 
Canned Heat - Live At Topanga Corral Live At Topanga Corral
Blues New - LP WDS 693 Wand
Sealed 1967 Gatefold Original. Small COH. This is one of the strongest documents to feature Canned Heat in concert. However, contrary to the title, these performances are not from the Topanga Corral — where the Heat were the house band off and on during the mid-1960s. Instead, it was later revealed the origins were actually from a Los Angeles club called the Kaleidoscope circa 1968. The personnel includes Alan "Blind Owl" Wilson (guitar/harmonica/vocals), Larry "The Mole" Taylor (bass), Henry "Sunflower" Vestine (guitar), Bob "The Bear" Hite (vocals), and Aldolfo "Fito" de la Parra (drums). Indeed, these recordings were made prior to the rapid drug-related decline and eventual replacement of Vestine — who is actually in top flight throughout — with Harvey Mandel in mid-1969. This seminal aggregate explores more traditional outlets such as the languid approach to B.B. King's "Sweet Sixteen," sporting some incendiary fretwork from the coupling of Wilson's smooth slide and Vestine's sinuous and punctuating leads. The former further exemplifies his bottleneck prowess on a rollicking reading of Elmore James' "Dust My Broom" that swings solid from tip to tail. As does the upbeat and slightly Creole-flavored "I Wish You Would," landing somewhere between the Yardbirds' aggressive take and Billy Boy Arnold's original. Lindsay Planer, AMG.... more details
 
Canned Heat - Living The Blues Living The Blues
Blues Used - LP LST 27200 Liberty
1968 2LP Gatefold Original. Some Ring Wear, But Both LPs Appear Unplayed.... more details
 
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Blues New - LP AK 005 Akarma
180gm hq... more details
 
Canned Heat - Historical Figures And Ancient Heads Historical Figures And Ancient Heads
Pop New - LP UAS 5557 United Artists
Factory Sealed 1972 Embossed Gatefold Original, CC. Includes Comic Book.... more details
 
Canned Heat - Boogie With Canned Heat Boogie With Canned Heat
Pop New - LP LM 1015 United Artists
Sealed Stereo Abridged Version (Omits "Turpentine Moan"), Clean COH. Mono Catalog Number On Front Cover, Stereo Printed On Spine.... more details
 
Canned Heat - The New Age The New Age
Pop New - LP UA-LA049-F United Artists
Sealed 1973 Original Housed In A Metallic Copper Foil Cover And Large Yellow Canned Heat Sticker On The Shrink Wrap. Small Cut Corner. First Sealed Copy We Have Had In Stock In Eleven Years.... more details
 
Canned Heat - Future Blues Future Blues
Pop New - LP LST 11002 Liberty
Sealed 1970 Heavy-Duty Gatefold Original With The Rare Kanned Korn Comic Book Inside Gatefold. CC. “The Final Canned Heat Album To Feature Co-Founder Alan Wilson, Future Blues Was Also One Of Their Best, Surprisingly Restrained As A Studio Creation By The Band, The Whole Thing Clocking In At Under 36 Minutes, As Long As Some Single Jams On Their Live Discs. It Was Also One Of Their Most Stylistically Diverse Efforts. Most Of What's Here Is Very Concise And Accessible, Even The One Group-Composed Jam -- Alan Wilson's "Shake It And Break It" And His Prophetically Titled "My Time Ain't Long" (He Would Be Dead The Year This Record Was Issued), Which Also Sounds A Lot Like A Follow-Up To "Going Up The Country" Until Its Final, Very Heavy, And Up-Close Guitar Coda. Other Songs Are A Little Self-Consciously Heavy, Especially Their Version Of Arthur Crudup's "That's All Right, Mama." Dr. John Appears, Playing Piano On The Dark, Ominous "London Blues," And Arranges The Horns On "Skat," Which Tries For A Completely Different Kind Of Sound -- Late-'40s-Style Jump Blues -- Than That For Which The Group Was Usually Known. And The Band Also Turns In A Powerhouse Heavy Guitar Version Of Wilbert Harrison's "Let's Work Together." Bruce Eder, All Music Guide.... more details
 
Canned Heat - Hallelujah Hallelujah
Pop New - LP LST 7618 Liberty
Sealed 1968 Gatefold Stereo Original, CC.... more details
 
Canned Heat - Canned Heat Canned Heat
Pop New - LP LT 7526 Liberty
Sealed 1967 Rainbow Label Stereo Original, CC.... more details
 
Canned Heat - Canned Heat Concert Canned Heat Concert
Pop Used - LP UAS 5509 United Artists
1971 Gatefold Original. Recorded Live In Europe. Promo Sticker On Jacket.... more details
 
Canned Heat - Living The Blues Living The Blues
Pop New - LP UAS 9955 United Artists
Sealed 1971 2LP Textured Gatefold. Includes The 20 Minute "Refried Boogie, Part 1," "Going Up The Country" And More. Has Amazing Groove Modulations. Pristine. Also Released One Year Earlier As Liberty LST 27200.... more details
 
Canned Heat - Canned Heat Canned Heat
Pop Used - LP LST 7526 Liberty
1967 Rainbow Label Stereo Original. LP Looks Unplayed. CC. ... more details
 
Canned Heat - Kings Of The Boogie Kings Of The Boogie
Pop Used - LP DLA 10007 Destiny
Hard To Find 1981 Vinyl. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. First Copy We Have Seen In Eight Years.... more details
 
Canned Heat - Reheated Reheated
Pop New - LP DLP89022 Dali
Sealed, Hard To Find 1990 Original. Custom Hype Sticker On Shrink Wrap.... more details
 
Canned Heat - Boogie With Canned Heat Boogie With Canned Heat
Pop Used - LP LST 7541 Liberty
Beautiful 1968 Heavy Vinyl Stereo Original. A Bona Fide Blend Of Amplified Late-60's Electric Rhythtm & Blues With A Strong Emphasis On Loose And Limber Boogie-Woogie. Includes Their Monster Hit "On The Road Again."... more details
 
Canned Heat - Live At Topanga Corral Live At Topanga Corral
Blues Used - LP AK 003 Akarma
180gm HQ Italian Reissue. Open, Unplayed Copy.... more details
 
Canned Heat - Vintage Vintage
Pop New - LP LR139 Lilith
Factory Sealed 180gm Virgin Vinyl. Canned Heat Was Formed In 1965 By Alan "Blind Owl" Wilson (Guitar/Harmonica/Vocals), And Bob "The Bear" Hite (Vocals). Before Hitting The Charts In 1968 With Their Version Of Jim Oden's "On The Road Again," Here Is How They Sounded In 1966 When R&B Pioneer Johnny Otis Produced Their First Recordings. A Perfect Match, Considering That Wilson And Hite Were Avid Record Collectors And Blues Aficionados, Choosing To Stay Close To The Originals On Their Versions Of Classics By Muddy Waters' "Got My Mojo Working," Willie Dixon's "Spoonful" And "Pretty Thing," John Lee Hooker's "Louise" And "Dimples," And Elmore James' "Rollin' And Tumblin." Features Bonus Track "Going Up The Country."... more details
 
Canned Heat - Historical Figures And Ancient Heads Historical Figures And Ancient Heads
Pop New - LP UAS 5557 United Artists
Factory Sealed 1972 Embossed Gatefold Original. Includes Comic Book.... more details
 
Canned Heat - Canned Heat Canned Heat
Pop New - LP LRP 3526 Liberty
Rare 1967 Mono Original Still In Shrink Wrap. Unplayed Condition.... more details
 
Canned Heat - Heat Bros. 84 Heat Bros. 84
Pop Used - LP 1996 ALA
1984 Four-Track Original Mini LP Housed In A Custom Die-Cut Jacket. Songs Are: "C.C. Shooter," "Hard Rider," "Harley davidson Blues" And "You Lied." Appears Unplayed. The Finest Gut-Wrenching Boogie This Side Of Heaven.... more details
 
Canned Heat - One More River To Cross One More River To Cross
Pop New - LP SD 7289 Atlantic
Sealed 1973 Gatefold Original.... more details
 
Canned Heat - Collage Collage
Pop Used - LP SUS 5298 Sunset
1972 Original.... more details
 
Canned Heat - Human Condition Human Condition
Pop New - LP ST 7066 Takoma
Sealed, Hard To Find 1979 Original.... more details
 
Canned Heat - Live Live
Pop Used - LP MA 012185 Masters
Beautiful Heavy Vinyl Pressing From Holland.... more details
 
Canned Heat - Hallelujah Hallelujah
Pop Used - LP LST 7618 Liberty
Stunning 1968 Deep Groove Stereo Original Housed In A Heavy-Duty Gatefold Jacket.... more details
 
Canned Heat - Future Blues Future Blues
Blues Used - LP 11002 Liberty
1970 Heavy-Duty Gatefold Original With The Rare Kanned Korn Comic Book Inside Gatefold. CC. Glossy, Unplayed Condition With Shrink Wrap Intact. “The Final Canned Heat Album To Feature Co-Founder Alan Wilson, Future Blues Was Also One Of Their Best, Surprisingly Restrained As A Studio Creation By The Band, The Whole Thing Clocking In At Under 36 Minutes, As Long As Some Single Jams On Their Live Discs. It Was Also One Of Their Most Stylistically Diverse Efforts. Most Of What's Here Is Very Concise And Accessible, Even The One Group-Composed Jam -- Alan Wilson's "Shake It And Break It" And His Prophetically Titled "My Time Ain't Long" (He Would Be Dead The Year This Record Was Issued), Which Also Sounds A Lot Like A Follow-Up To "Going Up The Country" Until Its Final, Very Heavy, And Up-Close Guitar Coda. Other Songs Are A Little Self-Consciously Heavy, Especially Their Version Of Arthur Crudup's "That's All Right, Mama." Dr. John Appears, Playing Piano On The Dark, Ominous "London Blues," And Arranges The Horns On "Skat," Which Tries For A Completely Different Kind Of Sound -- Late-'40s-Style Jump Blues -- Than That For Which The Group Was Usually Known. And The Band Also Turns In A Powerhouse Heavy Guitar Version Of Wilbert Harrison's "Let's Work Together." Bruce Eder, All Music Guide.... more details
 
Canned Heat - Future Blues Future Blues
Blues New - LP LST 11002 Liberty
Sealed 1970 Heavy-Duty Gatefold Original With The Rare Kanned Korn Comic Book Inside Gatefold Plus Custom Album Hype Sticker On The Shrink Wrap. “The Final Canned Heat Album To Feature Co-Founder Alan Wilson, Future Blues Was Also One Of Their Best, Surprisingly Restrained As A Studio Creation By The Band, The Whole Thing Clocking In At Under 36 Minutes, As Long As Some Single Jams On Their Live Discs. It Was Also One Of Their Most Stylistically Diverse Efforts. Most Of What's Here Is Very Concise And Accessible, Even The One Group-Composed Jam -- Alan Wilson's "Shake It And Break It" And His Prophetically Titled "My Time Ain't Long" (He Would Be Dead The Year This Record Was Issued), Which Also Sounds A Lot Like A Follow-Up To "Going Up The Country" Until Its Final, Very Heavy, And Up-Close Guitar Coda. Other Songs Are A Little Self-Consciously Heavy, Especially Their Version Of Arthur Crudup's "That's All Right, Mama." Dr. John Appears, Playing Piano On The Dark, Ominous "London Blues," And Arranges The Horns On "Skat," Which Tries For A Completely Different Kind Of Sound -- Late-'40s-Style Jump Blues -- Than That For Which The Group Was Usually Known. And The Band Also Turns In A Powerhouse Heavy Guitar Version Of Wilbert Harrison's "Let's Work Together." Bruce Eder, All Music Guide.... more details
 
Canned Heat - Burnin' Burnin'
Pop Used - LP 008-88571 SPV
Rare 1991 German Test Pressing (Not Released On U.S. Vinyl) Housed In A Stock Artwork Jacket. Killer Guitar Solos By Junior Watson On This Live Recording. Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Canned Heat - Canned Heat History Canned Heat History
Pop Used - LP 062-2612221 Liberty
Hard To Find 1986 12 Track Greek Compilation.... more details
 
Canned Heat - Hallelujah Hallelujah
Pop New - LP LST 7618 United Artists
Sealed 1968 Gatefold Stereo Original. Cloudy, Dusty Stain Across Bottom Right Corner Of Jacket (Not Moisture Damage-See Scan) Hence Price.... more details
 
Canned Heat - Historical Figures And Ancient Heads Historical Figures And Ancient Heads
Pop Used - LP UAS 5557 United Artists
1972 Embossed Gatefold Original, Cut Corner. Includes The Giant Color Poster. Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Canned Heat - Living The Blues Living The Blues
Pop Used - LP UAS 9955 United Artists
1971 2LP Textured Gatefold With Cut Corner. Includes The 20 Minute "Refried Boogie, Part 1," "Going Up The Country" And More. Has Amazing Groove Modulations. Pristine. Also Released One Year Earlier As Liberty LST 27200. Both LPs Appear Glossy, Unplayed.... more details
 
Canned Heat - Future Blues Future Blues
Pop Used - LP BFOLP49 BGO
Beautiful 80's Era (Barcode On Back) UK Gatefold Reissue.... more details
 
Canned Heat - Far Out Far Out
Pop Audiophile - LP AK 115/2 Akarma
Factory Sealed, Long Out Of Print, Limited Edition 2LP 180gm HQ Import Housed In A Super Heavy-Duty Die-Cut Tri-Fold Gimmick (Ring-Pull) Cover. Features 7 Rare Bonus Tracks And 6 Previously Unissued Tracks, 20 Page Kanned Korn Kommix Comic Book, Bonus 7 Inch Single In Picture Sleeve Plus Additional Insert And Four Custom Hype Stickers On The Shrink Wrap.... more details
 
Canned Heat - Human Condition Human Condition
Pop Used - LP TAK 7066 Takoma
Hard To Find 1979 Original With Gold Promo Stamp On Front Cover. Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Canned Heat - Very Best Of Canned Heat Very Best Of Canned Heat
Pop Used - LP LP 12352 United Artists
Beautiful 1975 Compilation. Includes "Going Up The Country."... more details
 
Canned Heat - Canned Heat Canned Heat
Pop Used - LP LST 7526 Liberty
1967 Rainbow Label Stereo Original. LP Looks Glossy, Unplayed. Shrink Wrap Intact With Original Price Stickers.... more details
 
Canned Heat - Boogie With Canned Heat Boogie With Canned Heat
Pop Audiophile - LP LST 7541 Pure Pleasure
Sealed 180 Gram All Analogue Limited Edition Reissue.... more details
 
Canned Heat - Canned Heat Canned Heat
Pop New - LP LP 5367 Sundazed
Sealed Mono Reissue Pressed On 180 Gram Vinyl With Custom Hype Sticker.... more details
 
Canned Heat - Cookbook: The Best Of Canned Heat Cookbook: The Best Of Canned Heat
Pop Used - LP FRM 11000 Friday Music
Remastered Gatefold Limited Edition Of Their 1969 Liberty Recording. Mastered By Joe Reagoso On 180 Gram Vinyl. New, Unplayed. These Did Not Comes Sealed.... more details
 
Canned Heat - Future Blues Future Blues
Pop New - LP LST 11002 Liberty
Sealed 1970 Heavy-Duty Gatefold Original With The Rare Kanned Korn Comic Book Inside The Gatefold And Custom Album Title Hype Sticker On The Shrink Wrap. Cut Corner. “The Final Canned Heat Album To Feature Co-Founder Alan Wilson, Future Blues Was Also One Of Their Best, Surprisingly Restrained As A Studio Creation By The Band, The Whole Thing Clocking In At Under 36 Minutes, As Long As Some Single Jams On Their Live Discs. It Was Also One Of Their Most Stylistically Diverse Efforts. Most Of What's Here Is Very Concise And Accessible, Even The One Group-Composed Jam -- Alan Wilson's "Shake It And Break It" And His Prophetically Titled "My Time Ain't Long" (He Would Be Dead The Year This Record Was Issued), Which Also Sounds A Lot Like A Follow-Up To "Going Up The Country" Until Its Final, Very Heavy, And Up-Close Guitar Coda. Other Songs Are A Little Self-Consciously Heavy, Especially Their Version Of Arthur Crudup's "That's All Right, Mama." Dr. John Appears, Playing Piano On The Dark, Ominous "London Blues," And Arranges The Horns On "Skat," Which Tries For A Completely Different Kind Of Sound -- Late-'40s-Style Jump Blues -- Than That For Which The Group Was Usually Known. And The Band Also Turns In A Powerhouse Heavy Guitar Version Of Wilbert Harrison's "Let's Work Together." Bruce Eder, All Music Guide.... more details
 

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