Canned Heat - In Memory Of Bob "The Bear" Hite 1943-1981 "Don't Forget To Boogie" album
Title: In Memory Of Bob "The Bear" Hite 1943-1981 "Don't Forget To Boogie"
Date of release: 1981
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Canned Heat, the band whose motto was Don’t forget to boogie, were in danger of being forgotten after enjoying a terrific heyday in the 1960s and early 1970s when their brand of honest, raw and integrity packed blues rock had made them perennial festival favourites and ensured they sold big on a string of classic albums and a handful of. singles – On The Road Again, Going Up The Country and Let’s Work Together – that are now being revaluated and enjoyed . Their first album proper, simply Canned Heat (1967) was produced by Cal Carter and followed the formula of only playing blues covers.
The music and attitude of Canned Heat attracted a large following and established the band as one of the popular acts of the hippie era. Canned Heat appeared at most major musical events at the end of the 1960s, performing blues standards along with their own material and occasionally indulging in lengthy 'psychedelic' solos. This upset Hollywood Fats and Mike Halby was brought in to finish the project; which would not find commercial release until 1981 when former band member Tony de la Barreda put it out under RCA as a tribute album called, In Memory Of Bob "The Bear" Hite 1943-1981-"Don't Forget To Boogie". After a falling out with de la Parra and Hite, Taylor and Mann were increasingly unhappy with the musical direction of the band and eventually left to focus more attention on their Hollywood Fats Band.
Canned Heat's second long-player, Boogie with Canned Heat, pretty well sums up the bona fide blend of amplified late-'60s electric rhythm and blues, with an expressed emphasis on loose and limber boogie-woogie. Follow up their debut effort with another batch of authentic interpretations, augmented by their own exceptional instrumentation. Don't forget to boogie!' Bob 'The Bear' Hite, vocals Alan 'Blind Owl' Wilson, guitar, harmonica, vocals Henry 'Sunflower' Vestine, guitar Larry 'The Mole' Taylor, bass Aldolfo 'Fido' Dela Parra, drums. Digitally remastered.
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Canned Heat’s second long-player, Boogie With Canned Heat (1968), pretty well sums up the bona fide blend of amplified late-’60s electric rhythm and blues, with an expressed emphasis on loose and limber boogie-woogie. The quintet - consisting of Alan Blind Owl Wilson (als), Larry The Mole Taylor (bass), Henry Sunflower Vestine (guitar), Aldolfo Fido Dela Parra (drums), and Bob The Bear Hite (vocals) - follow up their debut effort with another batch of authentic interpretations, augmented by their own exceptional instrumentation. Each member is introduced by Hite and given a chance to solo before they kick out the jams, culminating in Hite’s crescendo of . on’t forget to boogie!"
This album is dedicated to BOB 'THE BEAR' HITE, whose idea it was to record an evening with Canned Heat´s close friends; JOHN LEE HOOKER, and LESTER, GEORGE, WILLIE, and JOE CHAMBERS. The evening turned into a real party, and the audience didn´t leave´til 3:30 AM. Bob´s parting salutation summed it all up from then and for now, 'don´t forget to Boogie.
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|You Gotta Move = Tienes Que Ir||3:41|
|Magic Touch = Toque Mágico||3:52|
|Something About You = Algo De Ti||3:16|
|On The Road Again = En El Camino Otra Vez||3:59|
|Porqué No Lo Supe = Why Didn'T I Know||3:38|
|Paso De Cadillac = Cadillac Walk||3:37|
|Sentirá Mi Amor = She's Going To Feel My Love||3:20|
|Amor Salvaje = Wild Love||3:11|
|MILS-4529||Canned Heat||In Memory Of Bob "The Bear" Hite 1943-1981 "Don't Forget To Boogie" (LP, Comp)||RCA Victor||MILS-4529||Mexico||1981|
|FRM 1047||Canned Heat||Don't Forget To Boogie: In Memory Of Bob Hite 1945 - 1981 (CD, Comp)||Friday Music||FRM 1047||US||2007|