Canned Heat . Cook Book . The Best of . nm . 1969 Liberty LP
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Sep 13, 2017 Sold Date
Jun 26, 2016 Start Date
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Canned Heat . Cook Book . The Best of . nm . 1969 Liberty LP

A hard-luck blues band of the '60s, Canned Heat was founded by blues historians and record collectors Alan Wilson and Bob Hite. They seemed to be on the right track and played all the right festivals (including Monterey and Woodstock, making it very prominently into the documentaries about both) but somehow never found a lasting audience.  (AMG)

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Canned Heat


The Canned Heat Cookbook


  gatefold jacket


Liberty LST-11000

Made in:

USA 1969



Vinyl (visually graded):

Near Mint


noticeable ring/corner wear


Side 1 ...

Side 2 ...

  1. Bullfrog Blues
  2. Rollin' and Tumblin'
  3. Going Up the Country
  4. Amphetamine Annie
  5. Time Was
  6. Boogie Music
  1. On the Road Again
  2. Same All Over
  3. Sic 'Em Pigs
  4. Fried Hockey Boogie

Shipping (1 record under .500kg) .. prices in CAD

to USA: $14 Air Mail

Western Europe: $18 Surface // $22 Air
most other international destinations add $2 surface // $3 air

Canada: ON= $14 // QC = $15 // other provinces = $16
for Territory prices .. please inquire

Save on shipping when buying 2 or more

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*** Visual Grading ***
(record is spot play-tested if a problem is suspected)


Still Sealed




Near Mint records will look like new or almost-like-new, with at worst, a minor surface mark(s). (This is usually the TOP grade for an unsealed album)



Very Good Plus records will be nice and shiny with only minor surface marks which shouldn't affect the sound



Very Good records will still be nice & shiny but have more pronounced scuffs/scratches which will likely be audible






I don't list many items below VG ... but may do so if it's a desirable title ... so a Good Plus or Good may be acceptable if it's the only condition available ...



these two grades will include records with signs of wear, deeper scratches and pops/clicks during play ... still may be worth keeping until an upgrade is found ...

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