• Canned Heat


Founded in 1966, Canned Heat rose to fame because their knowledge and love of blues music was both wide and deep.  Canned Heat attained three worldwide hits with their rock anthems “On The Road Again”, “Let’s Work Together” and “Going Up The Country”.  They secured their niche in rock ‘n roll history with their performances at the 1967 Monterey Pop Festival and headlining slot at the original Woodstock Festival.

Now, more than fifty years and forty albums later – despite the untimely deaths of original members Bob Hite, Alan Wilson & Larry “The Mole” Taylor – Canned Heat is still going strong.

Legendary original drummer Adolfo “Fito” de la Parra and bassist Rick Reed are now joined by Dale Spalding on harmonica, guitar and lead vocals, and John “JP” Paulus on lead guitar and vocals. Canned Heat remains committed to delighting their fans around the world, continuing to record as well as touring in the U.S. and internationally.


Founded in 1966, Canned Heat rose to fame because their knowledge and love of blues music was both wide and deep.  Canned Heat attained three worldwide hits with their rock anthems “On The Road Again”, “Let’s Work Together” and “Going Up The Country”. 

They secured their niche in rock ‘n roll history with their performances at the 1967 Monterey Pop Festival and headlining slot at the original Woodstock Festival.

Now, more than fifty years and forty albums later – despite the untimely deaths of original members Bob Hite, Alan Wilson & Larry “The Mole” Taylor – Canned Heat is still going strong.

Legendary original drummer Adolfo “Fito” de la Parra and bassist Rick Reed are now joined by Dale Spalding on harmonica, guitar and lead vocals, and John “JP” Paulus on lead guitar and vocals.

Canned Heat remains committed to delighting their fans around the world, continuing to record as well as touring in the U.S. and internationally.

SPECIAL OFFERS

LIVING THE BLUES, 3RD EDITION
BUY IT EXCLUSIVELY HERE

“Living the Blues” has gotten great reviews and Fito has signed an agreement with famous Director/Producer Mike Judge to make a film based on the book.

Get your signed copy plus a FREE copy of the double CD Boogie House Tapes 2 with your purchase of the book for $50. Enjoy and Boogie on!

CANNED HEAT
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Signed photos of the classic lineup and the current lineup are available for $5 USD, or 2 for $8 USD.

To order please send the amount, plus a self addressed stamped manila envelope to:

Canned Heat
19966 S. Mountain Rd.
Santa Paula CA 93060
USA

CLEARANCE CDs
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“Rock ‘n’ Roll Made in Mexico”
English Version Only $7.00 USD

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“Boogie House Tapes Vol 2”
1969 – 1999

Double CD – $7.00 USD

FEATURED RELEASES

LIVE HEAT ’72

Featuring songs from this classic era of legendary blues rock band Canned Heat, Live Heat ’72 includes all-star renditions of Lets Work Together and On The Road Again. Legendary drummer Fito de la Parra cooks on the drums, with Henry Vestine wailing on the guitar, and Bob Hite tripling down on harmonica, guitar and vocals.  Live Heat ’72 also features perennial fan favorite and crowd-pleaser, the 20 minute version of Shake N Boogie!

LIVE HEAT ’86

There are always special shows in the lives of classic rock bands like Canned Heat. With top billing at major events like Woodstock, their blues and boogie roots were truly appreciated in this one time intimate setting captured in Reno from the mid 80’s. Includes stellar renditions of their hit tracks like Goin’ Up The Country, and Harley Davidson Blues, as well as classic interpretations like Al Green’s Take Me To The River.

Alan Wilson – Blind Owl

His was the voice of the Woodstock generation who asked ‘baby, do you want to go’ in the Canned Heat anthem Going Up the Country. Now Severn Records releases The Blind Owl, a compilation of Alan Wilson’s greatest works with the legendary band he helped form. The Blind Owl features 20 songs of satisfying blues boogie. The Blind Owl is a must for serious blues collectors as well as fans of 60’s psychedelic rock.

Songs From The Road

As always, led by drummer Adolfo Fito de la Parra, veteran and bassist Larry Taylor The Mole is also here with. The microphone and the harmonica is New Orleans’ legendary Dale Spalding, while John Paul “JP” Harvey took over for The Snake Mandel on guitar. As explained by manager and producer Skip Taylor, this is a snapshot in time that has captured a special night in the life of America’s most legendary blues rock band.

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