Canned Heat - Going Up The Country flac album
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Arranged By – Canned HeatWritten By – Canned Heat
Written By – Al Wilson
Written By – Robert Hite,Jnr.
|A4||Going Up The Country
Written By – Al Wilson
|A5||Walking By Myself
Written By – J.Rodgers
Written By – L. T. Tatman III
|B1||One Kind Favor
Adapted By – L. T. Tatman IIIArranged By – L. T. Tatman III
Written-By – Canned Heat
Guitar – John FaheyJew's Harp – Owl
|B2II.||Rollin' And Tumblin'
Jew's Harp – Owl
Harp, Guitar – Owl
Piano – John MayallVocals – Bear
Congas – Mole Drums – Fito*
Guitar – Sunflower
Harp – Owl
Guitar – Sunflower
Jew's Harp – Owl
- Manufactured By – Festival Records Pty. Ltd.
- Guitar – Charlie Patton (tracks: A6)
- Piano – Dr. John (tracks: A6), Joe Sample (tracks: A3), John Mayall (tracks: A5)
- Violin – Henry Sims (tracks: A6)
NotesJohn Mayall through courtesy of Decca Records Ltd. John Fahey through courtesy of Vanguard Records.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Label A side): MX29345
- Matrix / Runout (Label A side): LST- 27200-1
- Matrix / Runout (Label B side): MX29346
- Matrix / Runout (Label B side): LST- 27200-2
|LST-27200||Canned Heat||Living The Blues (2xLP, Album, M/Print, Ind)||Liberty||LST-27200||US||1969|
|LP-8602||Canned Heat||Living The Blues (2xLP, Album, Gat)||Liberty||LP-8602||Japan||1969|
|UICY-78383/4||Canned Heat||Living The Blues (2xCD, Album, Ltd, RE, RM, SHM)||Liberty||UICY-78383/4||Japan||2017|
|BGOCD591||Canned Heat||Living The Blues (2xCD, Album, RE, RM)||BGO Records||BGOCD591||UK||2003|
|SLBX340849, SLBX 340.849||Canned Heat||Livin' The Blues Vol.2 (LP, Album)||Liberty, Liberty||SLBX340849, SLBX 340.849||France||1969|
Going Up the Country" (also Goin' Up the Country) is a song adapted and recorded by American blues rock band Canned Heat. Called a "rural hippie anthem", it became one of the band's biggest hits and best-known songs. As with their previous single, "On the Road Again", the song was adapted from a 1920s blues song and sung in a countertenor-style by Alan Wilson.
Going Up The Country. Album Rollin’ and Tumblin’. Going Up The Country Lyrics. I'm going up the country, baby, don't you wanna go? I'm going up the country, baby, don't you wanna go? I'm going to some place where I've never been before. I'm going, I'm going where the water tastes like wine I'm going where the water tastes like wine We can jump in the water, stay drunk all the time.
I'm goin' up the country, baby don't you wanna go? I'm goin' to some place where I've never been before I'm goin', I'm goin' where the water tastes like wine Well, I'm goin' where the water tastes like wine You can jump in the water and stay drunk all the time -- Solo -- I'm gonna leave this city, got to. get away I'm gonna leave this city, got to get away All this fussin' and fightin', man you know I sure can't stay Now baby, packin' up the truck you know I got to leave today Just exactly where I. .
Canned Heat played this at Day 2 of the Woodstock Festival, which was a big moment for the band. The song was kind of an anthem for the festival, as "Going Up the Country" described the pilgrimage to Yasgur's farm in upstate New York where the event took place. The band didn't put much effort into practicing for their appearance, and their 10 song set was uneven - their co-founder Bob Hite said in a 1974 Sounds interview, "We've always just fallen into something within a couple of days and then just gone out on the road and played . It can be seen on the director's cut of the film. Bob Hite sang lead on most Canned Heat songs, but this one was sung by Alan Wilson in his distinctive tenor.
Best Canned Heat Songs. Going Up The Country. Going Up The Country Tabs. Hey baby packin up the truck You know we've got to leave today Just exactly where were goin I cannot say but We might even leave the USA Well its a brand new game that I don't wanna play. D No use of you running.
Going Up the Country was first released on Canned Heat’s third album, Living the Blues, in October 1968. A month later, it was released as a single and reached number eleven on the . Billboard Hot 100 singles chart in December, making it the highest charting single of their career. In January 1969, the song peaked at number 19 on the UK Singles Chart. Canned Heat performed Going Up the Country at the Woodstock music festival in August 1969. The song has been described as the unofficial anthem of the festival and is featured early in the film. In the film, Woodstock, Canned Heat’s spoken introduction to their performance of the song is heard, but the movie then cuts to the studio recording played over a montage of festival attendees. The 1970 soundtrack album Woodstock: Music from the Original Soundtrack and More features the festival performance of the song, but without the spoken intro.
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