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Get Off My Back - Canned Heat - Hallelujah / Cook Book (CD)

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  1. Hallelujah is the fourth album by Canned Heat, released in It was re-released on CD in by MAM productions with four bonus tracks. It was the last album to feature classic lineup mark 1, as Vestine left the band prior to Future Blues.

  2. 2 IN 1 CD This is the second in BGO's recent 2 on 1 series of Canned Heat releasesOriginally released on the Liberty label in (Hallelujah) and (Cookbook) in the UK (/69 in the US), these were theband's fourth and fifth albums chronologically. Hallelujah contains literally one great blues song after another in an impressively eclectic setCookbookis a collection of Canned Heat's.

  3. With Bob Hite and Alan Wilson switching off on vocals, Canned Heat delivered as consistent a blues product as George Thorogood, only with more diversity and subtle musical nuances keeping the listener involved."Same All Over" breaks no new ground, opening up the Hallelujah disc, but the enthusiasm and reverence the band has for the genre is special. Price: $


  4. May 20,  · If you end up with the BGO Hallelujah/Cookbook 2-on-1 cd, Cookbook does have the full version of Fried Hockey Boogie there. Aside from sounding the best, the Iconoclassic also gives you bonus tracks only available elsewhere on the Uncanned 2-cd anthology (but, not remastered as much as on Uncanned, closer to analog state, as is the lp.

  5. Tracks 1 to 11 originally released as LP " Hallelujah " in Tracks 12 to 21 originally released as LP " The Canned Heat Cook Book (The Best Of Canned Heat) " in CD reissue of 2 albums, in jewel case, with 12 page inlay. _____ Replica of Hallelujah / Cook Book.

  6. "Hallelujah" includes literally one great blues song after another in an impressively eclectic set. "Cookbook" is a collection of Canned Heat's finest recordings up .

  7. With two records combined on One CD; "Halleujah/Cook Book" brings back Canned Heat's, 3rd & 4th records for today's digital age. I used to own: "Hallalujah", on an old vinyl LP was back in the dark ages, and it got many plays on my stereo/5(20).

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