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Hot Tuna - Hot Tuna Electric (Recorded Live) download album

  • Performer: Hot Tuna
  • Album: Hot Tuna Electric (Recorded Live)
  • FLAC: 1262 mb | MP3: 1848 mb
  • Released: 1971
  • Country: US
  • Style: Blues Rock
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Hot Tuna - Hot Tuna Electric (Recorded Live) download album

Hot Tuna RCA Records LSP-4353 Released May 1970. Side One 1. Hesitation Blues 0:10 2. How Long Blues 5:38 3. Uncle Sam Blues 9:11 4. Don't You Leave Me Here 14:05 5. Death Don't Have No Mercy 17:07. The debut album, recorded live in Berkeley in 1969. HT started out as something for Jorma and Jack to do during breaks in the Jefferson Airplane's schedule

Live in Japan is a live album by Hot Tuna recorded in 1997 in Yokohama, Japan. Originally the band planned to play an electric set as part of their Japanese tour, but the venue in Yokohama was quite small (only holding fifty people) and there wasn't any room for an electric setup. This was the first Hot Tuna album recorded after guitarist Jorma Kaukonen and bass player Jack Casady had left Jefferson Airplane. The band's playing was moving away from the softer, more acoustic sound of their first three albums, and towards a hard rock sound that would be explored on their next three albums. Yellow Fever (album). Yellow Fever is the sixth album by the American blues rock band Hot Tuna, recorded and released in 1975 as Grunt BFL1-1238.

Their first album was recorded live at Berkeley in 1969. They continued their work with Jefferson Airplane during this project, and even though Jefferson Airplane dissolved, Hot Tuna has continued to tour to this day. Casady is considered by many to be one of the most advanced and innovative in his style. Jorma Kaukonen and Jack Casady were part of Jefferson Airplane back in the 60's, but that was a blip in their musical careers if you ask most Tuna fans.

21st Year @ The Fur Peace Ranch Saturday, March 24, 2018. Thanks to Forrest Salfen for his 14 photos of Hot Tuna playing The Chateau as they recorded their live album way back in April of 1971. Here's a cool shot of Jorma Kaukonen and Jack Casady. 12 March at 15:40 ·. Dark Star Jubilee 2018.

Live album by Hot Tuna. July 3rd, 1971 at the Fillmore West, San Francisco. Classic Hot Tuna Electric is a Hot Tuna album released in 1996 and is an expansion of the B-side of the 1985 vinyl release Historic Live Tuna. The tracks were recorded at a live electric performance on July 3, 1971 at the Fillmore West auditorium in San Francisco. The A-side of Historic Live Tuna was expanded as Classic Hot Tuna Acoustic and released at the same time as this album. Another song from the Fillmore West concert, "Keep Your Lamps Trimmed and Burning", was included in the album Fillmore: The Last Days.

Eleven years later, the label released more complete versions of the two performances on separate CDs. This one presents a 56-minute version of the July 1971 concert. The material is drawn from the band's first two albums, Hot Tuna and First Pull Up, Then Pull Down, the latter recorded only three months earlier. For fans of the first First Pull Up, Then Pull Down, this will be an enjoyable, if inessential alternate version.

Tracklist

A1 John's Other 8:12
A2 Candy Man 5:44
A3 Been So Long 3:42
A4 Want You To Know 4:23
B1 Keep Your Lamps Trimmed And Burning 8:08
B2 Never Happen No More 3:47
B3 Come Back Baby 9:28

Notes

Australian issue of "First Pull Up, Then Pull Down"

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
LSP-4550 Hot Tuna First Pull Up, Then Pull Down ‎(LP, Album, Gat) RCA Victor LSP-4550 US 1971
LSP-4550 Hot Tuna First Pull Up, Then Pull Down ‎(LP, Album, Gat) RCA Victor LSP-4550 US 1971
PK 11580 Hot Tuna First Pull Up, Then Pull Down ‎(Cass, Album, Dol) RCA PK 11580 UK 1971
MOON 620, none Hot Tuna First Pull Up, Then Pull Down ‎(CD, Album, RE) Moonlyte Line, Moontone Music Inc. MOON 620, none Australia 2001
LSP-4550 Hot Tuna First Pull Up, Then Pull Down ‎(LP, Album, Gat) RCA Victor LSP-4550 UK 1971