Canned Heat performing Woodstock Boogie

Gaines

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Gaines jan, can you get me the notes to that song it was beautiful. In six months, after I get done hopefully learning Spanish(need to for my job) I will take piano lessons again. Now I can play this song but it would take me forever to read the notes. I want to go back to the level I was where I could sheet read music and without ever hearing the song I could play it. That will take about a year or so of training. I can probably piece some of it together by hearing it enough thank you for that.
TM:

Sorry, I do not play the Piano or have any notes for this song. It is generally the BobDylan/ Jimmy H "All along the watchtower", but Yul Anderson has improvised a lot on the main theme.

His website does sell sheet music for his music though. Go to the bottom of this page and you can download the sheet music. I am not sure if it contains this song though. Perhaps you can send him an email and ask for it.

http://yulanderson.com/products-page

These days he generally tours in Europe, although I heard he does have occasional gigs in the SF bay area. He is also a pretty good guitar player and has a bluesy singing voice.
 
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There is a gig where Can. Heat and Jim Morrison get together, cant find the clip but this one is all about Lyndon Johnson and his bloody, nasty and ugly war in Vietnam!

 
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TeamMeli

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Ya I really like the mix and diversity it's not all just one music and I like how everyone challlenges himself/herself here(we have a few members here) were not just posting from the billboards top 40 american pop music. We got Arabic music, nice Arabic/Indian mix, we got 60's music both the hippie stuff (Love woodstock bro) and Motown a we got music from all over. I listened to some to some nice music I never heard about.

@Mr. Gaines, when I have some time I will dfeinately check out the sheet music. I'm just so swamped with work, piano and mixed martial arts, I don't even have enough time to take a $hit or if I do I need to wipe very quickly because I got to be out the door and on the road by 5AM my work starts at military oh my god early 0530. At least I get off at an early time and it is only four days.

This is one of my favorites comarades and no I am not Russian but this is beautiful red army choir kalinka Ok I am not a Commie but RED ARMY CHOIR ROCKS!
[video=youtube;VJ9q7N5e25c]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VJ9q7N5e25c[/video]

Kampayeem kampaya kampayeem kampaya!
 
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Ya I really like the mix and diversity it's not all just one music and I like how everyone challlenges himself/herself here(we have a few members here) were not just posting from the billboards top 40 american pop music. We got Arabic music, nice Arabic/Indian mix, we got 60's music both the hippie stuff .......
youtube;VJ9q7N5e25c]
Oh no, me' own hombre, we aint talkin 40 or 60's it's all about boogie, its all endless, never gets old. :)
ITS ROCK & Blues boogie.

This is Hooker 'n' Heat, when ages meet and doing some good to the world!

 
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Gaines

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This is one of my favorites comarades and no I am not Russian but this is beautiful red army choir kalinka Ok I am not a Commie but RED ARMY CHOIR ROCKS!
Absolutely agree. Thanks for the video.

Definitely some nice music posted in this thread by you two; Arash and TM. Thanks.
 
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aint that right?
Here, thats why I say its all endless. The SLASH could easily be the youngest son of Billy GIBBONS, although he's not. Watch and enjoy how they bring it home so smooth!

 
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I saw an interview with Grace Slick where she described how she got her first try as the lead singer for Jefferson Airplane and the fact that she was a former model. She has a nice voice and can sing too.
but to me the lead singer without playing instrument is kind of quite shallow, no doubt she was good at what she was doing, but I prefer an instrument-playing-lead-singer.
By the way Jefferson Airplane did mostly Folk-rock in contrast to Boogie-rock.
I actually prefer Joan Baez as a great sing-song writer and lead performer and Folk-rocker!

 
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