Canned Heat - On The Road Again / Going Up The Country album flac
Canned Heat is a blues-rock band that formed in Los Angeles, California, USA, in 1965 The song was included in the first (triple) Woodstock album; while the second album, Woodstock 2, contained "Woodstock Boogie".
On the Road Again" is a song recorded by the American blues-rock group Canned Heat in 1967. A driving blues-rock boogie, it was adapted from earlier blues songs and includes mid-1960s psychedelic rock elements. Unlike most of Canned Heat's songs from the period, second guitarist and harmonica player Alan Wilson provides the distinctive falsetto vocal
Going Up the Country" (also Goin' Up the Country) is a song adapted and recorded by American blues rock band Canned Heat. Called a "rural hippie anthem", it became one of the band's biggest hits and best-known songs. As with their previous single, "On the Road Again", the song was adapted from a 1920s blues song and sung in a countertenor-style by Alan Wilson.
On the Road Again," a song by the blues group Canned Heat, was released as a single in August 1968. It reached the top ten on the Top 40 popular music charts and appeared on their 1968 album Boogie with Canned Heat as well as the 1969 compilation The Canned Heat Cookbook. On the Road Again" was adapted by Alan Wilson from a song of the same name recorded in 1953 by Floyd Jones (July 21, 1917 - December 19, 1989), a Chicago blues musician.
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Band Name Canned Heat. Album Name On the Road Again. Styl muzycznyBlues Rock. Zarejestrowanych posiada ten album4. 1. On the Road Again. 2. Amphetamine Annie. 4. Time Was. 5. Goin' Up the Country. 6. Sugar Bee. 7. Whiskey Headed Woman.
Canned Heat‘s ‘Going Up The Country’ had already become a memorable follow-up to their debut hit ‘On The Road Again’ in America, and was en route to a No. 11 peak there, when it debuted on the UK chart. Once again featuring the distinctive and unusual lead vocals of Al ‘Blind Owl’ Wilson, the new single underlined Canned Heat’s passion for blues history in being based very obviously around Henry Thomas’ 1928 recording ‘Bull Doze Blues. In the UK, the Los Angeles band had already bonded with an audience hungry for modern-day blues music, not only with the No. 8 success of ‘On The Road Again’ in September 1968 but with Boogie With Canned Heat, the album that preceded it into the charts and then climbed to a No. 5 peak in the October. Going Up The Country’ is on The Very Best of Canned Heat, which can be bought here. Follow uDiscover’s Canned Heat Best Of playlist.
Going Up The Country. Photography By – C. Rose. Other Versions (5 of 12) View All. Cat. On The Road Again (7"). United Artists Records. On The Road Again (7", Single).
I picture Kermit the frog singing both this and "Going up the country". 2 weeks ago. They just don't write them like that anymore.
This tab for the studio version of Going Up the Country. Some have posted the lyrics and for the live Woodstock version. The song is play in Bb with a Capo on the 8th fret. Author Derrick12 365. 1 contributor total. View official tab. We have an official Going Up The Country tab made by UG professional guitarists.
|A||On The Road Again||3:33|
|B||Going Up The Country|
NotesOn The Road Again - Produced by : Dallas Smith
Going Up The Country - Produced by : Canned Heat & Skip Taylor
|LBF 15411, LBF 15.411 L||Canned Heat||On The Road Again / Going Up The Country (7", Single)||Liberty, Liberty||LBF 15411, LBF 15.411 L||France||1970|
|4c 006-93731||Canned Heat||On The Road Again (7")||United Artists Records||4c 006-93731||Belgium||1972|
|4 C 006 - 93731||Canned Heat||On The Road Again (7", Single)||United Artists Records||4 C 006 - 93731||Belgium||1977|
|1A 006-93731||Canned Heat||On The Road Again / Going Up The Country (7", Single)||United Artists Records||1A 006-93731||Netherlands||Unknown|
|COL 6042||Canned Heat||Going Up The Country / On The Road Again (7")||Collectables||COL 6042||US||1992|