Hot Tuna - Trilogy | RECORD STORE DAY

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Artist: Hot Tuna
Format: CD


Label: REWO
Rel. Date: 04/16/2021
UPC: 805772641129

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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
11. John's Other
12. Candy Man
13. Been So Long
14. Want You To Know
15. Keep Your Lamps Trimmed And Burning
16. Never Happen No More
17. Come Back Baby
18. Winin' Boy Blues
19. Keep Your Lamps Trimmed And Burning
20. Embryonic Journey
21. I Wish You Would
22. Genesis
23. Extrication Love Song
24. Talking `Bout You
25. Funky #7
26. Serpent Of Dreams
27. Bowlegged Woman, Knock Kneed Man
28. I See The Light
29. Watch The North Wind Rise
30. Sunrise Dance With Devil
31. I Can't Be Satisfied

More Info:

Hot Tuna is an American blues band formed in 1969 by guitarist Jorma Kaukonen and bassist Jack Casady during a break from Jefferson Airplane while Grace Slick was recovering from throat surgery. The band played several shows around San Francisco before Jefferson Airplane resumed. Their early repertoire was derived mainly from Airplane material and covers of American country and blues artists. The band's name came from someone Kaukonen refers to as a "witty wag" who called out "hot tuna" after hearing the line 'What's that smell like fish, oh baby,' from the song "Keep On Truckin'".This selection features the band's first two albums "Hot Tuna" (1970) and "First Pull Up, Then Pull Down" (1971) released on RCA and the later "Double Dose" live album recorded at Theatre 1839, San Francisco and released in 1977 on Jefferson Airplane's own Grunt label.