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Canned Heat - Parthenogenesis



Type of Spiritual Experience


Living the Blues is the third album by Canned Heat, a double album released in 1968. It was one of the first double albums to place well on album charts. It features Canned Heat's signature song, "Going Up the Country", which would later be used in the Woodstock film. John Mayall appears on piano on "Walking by Myself" and "Bear Wires". Dr. John appears on "Boogie Music". The 20-minute trippy suite "Parthenogenesis" is dwarfed by the album-length "Refried Boogie", recorded live

Side One

  1. "Pony Blues" (Charlie Patton) – 3:48
  2. "My Mistake" (Alan Wilson) – 3:22
  3. "Sandy's Blues" (Bob Hite) – 6:46
  4. "Going Up the Country" (Wilson) – 2:50
  5. "Walking by Myself" (Jimmy Rogers) – 2:29
  6. "Boogie Music" (L.T. Tatman III) – 3:00
  • "Tell Me Man Blues" (1929 recording by Henry Sims) – 0:15

Side Two

  1. "One Kind Favor" (Lemon Jefferson) – 4:44
  2. "Parthenogenesis" (Canned Heat) – 19:57
  • I Nebulosity
  • II Rollin' and Tumblin'
  • III Five Owls
  • IV Bear Wires
  • V Snooky Flowers
  • VI Sunflower Power (RMS Is Truth)
  • VII Raga Kafi
  • VIII Icebag
  • IX Childhood's End

Side Three

  1. "Refried Boogie (Part I)" (Canned Heat) (Recorded Live) – 20:10

Side Four

  1. "Refried Boogie (Part II)" (Canned Heat) (Recorded Live) – 20:50

A description of the experience

Canned Heat - Parthenogenesis

Their third album, “Living The Blues,” included a 19-minute tour de force, “Parthenogenesis” which displayed the quintet at their most experimental. This song, was a nine-part sound collage and fusion of blues, raga, sitar music, honky-tonk, guitar distortion and other electronic effects, all pulled together under the experimental direction of manager/producer, Skip Taylor.

The source of the experience

Canned Heat

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