Hot Tuna - Trilogy Hot Tuna / First Pull Up, Then Pull Down / Double Dose (CD)

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Product Details

Barcode
0805772641129
Department
Music
Released
26 Mar 2021
Artist
Hot Tuna
Format
Audio CD
Genre
Blues
Label
Floating World
Number of Discs
3
Tracks
Disc 1:
  1. Hesitation Blues
  2. How Long, How Long Blues
  3. Uncle Sam Blues
  4. Don't You Leave Me Here
  5. Death Don't Have No Mercy
  6. Know You Rider
  7. Search My Heart
  8. Winin' Boy Blues
  9. New Song (For the Morning)
  10. Mann's Fate
Disc 2:
  1. John's Other
  2. Candy Man
  3. Been So Long
  4. Want You To Know
  5. Keep Your Lamps Trimmed and Burning
  6. Never Happen No More
  7. Come Back Baby
Disc 3:
  1. Winin' Boy Blues
  2. Keep Your Lamps Trimmed and Burning
  3. Embryonic Journey
  4. I Wish You Would
  5. Genesis
  6. Extrication Love Song
  7. Talking 'Bout You
  8. Funky #7
  9. Serpent of Dreams
  10. Bowlegged Woman, Knock Kneed Man
  11. I See the Light
  12. Watch the North Wind Rise
  13. Sunrise Dance With Devil
  14. I Can't Be Satisfied
Supply Source
UK

Hot Tuna

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Profile
Hot Tuna started as a side project of Jefferson Airplane when Grace Slick was undergoing recovery from throat node surgery that had left her unable to perform in 1969.
Founding members are Jack Casady and Jorma Kaukonen. They made up a trio with the harmonica player Willow Scarlett. For early performances Paul Kantner and the drumer Joey Covington joined in.
Their first album, basically traditional blues and ragtime, was a live recording performed at New Orleans House in Berkeley in 1969.
In the 1970s they become a full time band and the style became more rock oriented. For the next lp, 'First Pull Up, Then Pull Down', the fiddler Papa John Creach and the drummer Sammy Piazza joined the band. After the lps 'Burgers' and 'The Phosphorescent Rat' the band changed to a power heavy rock trio with Bob Steeler on the drums.
Members
  • Barry Mitterhoff
  • Bob Steeler
  • Greg Douglass
  • Jack Casady
  • Joey Covington
  • Jorma Kaukonen
  • Michael Falzarano
  • Nick Buck
  • Papa John Creach
  • Pete Sears
  • Sammy Piazza
  • Shigemi Komiyama
  • Skoota Warner
  • Willow Scarlett
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