“Kings Of The Boogie” by Canned Heat - album review

TJR says

This Status Quo cheezefest is the worst yet. With the limited success of 1978’s “Human Condition” Bob Hite attempted to gee things up by hiring a large enthusiastic biker with the moniker “The Push” as their manager, hoping that the band’s popularity with the biker community would give them renewed energy. With new bass player Ernie Rodriguez joining the ranks, Canned Heat recorded the 1981 album, “Kings of the Boogie”, which proved to be the last album to feature Hite on a few of the tracks. On April 5, 1981, having collapsed from a heroin overdose during a show at the Palomino in Los Angeles, Bob Hite was later found dead in drummer Adolfo de la Parra’s Mar Vista home at the age of just 38. The curse of Canned Heat had struck once again…

The Jukebox Rebel
26-Aug-2009


A1 [03:03] 3.4.png Canned Heat - Kings Of The Boogie (Adolfo de la Parra, Bob Hite, Henry Vestine) Rock n Roll / Rockabilly
A2 [03:28] 2.5.png Canned Heat - Stoned Bad Street Fighting Man (Mike Halby) Blues Rock / Soul Rock
A3 [03:14] 2.9.png Canned Heat - So Fine (Johnny Otis) Blues Rock / Soul Rock
A4 [03:29] 4.6.png Canned Heat - You Can’t Get Close To Me (Adolfo de la Parra, Henry Vestine, Mike Halby, Ernie Rodriguez) Blues Rock / Soul Rock
A5 [03:39] 4.4.png Canned Heat - Hell’s Just Down The Line (Bob Hite, Henry Vestine) Blues Rock / Soul Rock
B1 [03:41] 2.5.png Canned Heat - I Was Wrong (Adolfo de la Parra, Ernie Rodriguez, Richard Kellogg) Blues Rock / Soul Rock
B2 [04:17] 2.6.png Canned Heat - Little Crystal (Mike Halby) Blues Rock / Soul Rock
B3 [02:51] 3.7.png Canned Heat - Dog House Blues (Jerry Casale, Mark Mothersbaugh) Blues Rock / Soul Rock
B4 [03:21] 2.8.png Canned Heat - Sleepy Hollow Baby (Mike Halby) Blues Rock / Soul Rock
B5 [02:43] 3.6.png Canned Heat - Chicken Shack (Amos Milburn, Lola Cullen) Blues / Rhythm n Blues




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