8 thoughts on “ So Sad (The Worlds In A Tangle) - Canned Heat - Future Blues (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. London Blues Piano – Dr. John Written-By – Alan Wilson* B2: So Sad (The World's In A Tangle) Written-By – Alan Wilson*, Robert Hite, Jr.*, Adolfo De La Parra*, Harvey Mandel, Samuel L. Taylor* B3: Future Blues Piano – Ernest Lane Written-By – Alan Wilson*, Robert Hite, Jr.*, Adolfo De La Parra*, Harvey Mandel, Samuel L /5(3).
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Future Blues on Discogs. Label: Liberty - SLYL,,Liberty - LST • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: Australia • Genre: Rock • Style: Blues Rock/5(10).
  3. "So Sad (The World Is in a Tangle)." Another great rocker. The Heat's entry for a boogie number. It features fine solos by the members. "Future Blues." It seems this song was another candidate as a single, but didn't make it. Mandel's guitar playing is great. All in all, Future Blues qualifies as one of the best pure blues rock albums/5(95).
  4. So Sad (The World's In A Tangle) Future Blues; Description. g Vinyl LP! g vinyl reissue of a classic Blues-Rock masterpiece. Released in , Future Blues was the last Canned Heat album to feature the band's classic lineup (Larry Taylor and Harvey Mandel departed soon after the LP was issued, and songwriter Alan Wilson died later that.
  5. Some copies with "Canned Heat - Future Blues" sticker on front. Barcode and Other Identifiers Matrix / Runout (Side 1, etched, (variant 1)): LST Re 3 BERT.
  6. "Kanned Korn Komix" was also available separately, and had a 10 cent cover price. "Kanned Korn Komix" was published by the Canned Heat Fan Club and Liberty Records. This is a pressing from Research Craft in Los Angeles. Identifiers are the " pressing ring and label typeface by The Bert-Co. Enterprises. Compare to Canned Heat - Future Blues.
  7. referencing Future Blues, LP, Album, Res, LST Possibly their most diverse album. Maybe it's because Alan Wilson has penned more of the tunes and has .
  8. The final Canned Heat album to feature co-founder Alan Wilson, Future Blues was also one of their best, surprisingly restrained as a studio creation by the band, the whole thing clocking in at under 36 minutes, as long as some single jams on their live discs. It was also one of their most stylistically diverse efforts. Most of what's here is very concise and accessible, even the one group.

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