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Canned Heat
Country
United States
Profile
American blues/boogie rock band founded in 1965 in Los Angeles.
Website
http://cannedheatmusic.com
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Releases on file (4)
Canned Heat — Historical Figures and Ancient Heads / The New Age Canned Heat — Historical Figures and Ancient Heads / The New Age
(BGO BGOCD672, 1973/2005, CD)
Canned Heat & John Lee Hooker — Hooker 'n' Heat Canned Heat & John Lee Hooker — Hooker 'n' Heat
(BGO BGOCD694, 1971/2005, 2CD)
Canned Heat — Canned Heat '70 - Concert Canned Heat — Canned Heat '70 - Concert
(Liberty LYC 1171, 1970, LP)
Canned Heat — Future Blues Canned Heat — Future Blues
(Repertoire REP 4889, 1970/2000, CD)

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