NICE!!! THX BP3!!!

Canned Heat .... Broadcast September 28, 1973
"ABC-TV In Concert"; likely Civic Center, Santa Monica, California, U.S.A.

Thanks to gv0000 for the broadcast date info.

Bob Hite (R.I.P.) - lead vocals, harmonica
Ed Beyer - keyboards
James Shane - guitar
Richard Hite - bass
Fito de la Parra - drums
Henry Vestine (R.I.P.) - announced as being their lead guitar player, but not here, due to a car crash.

Taper: bpthree
Taping Gear: FM broadcast> Pioneer TX-9100 > Akai GX-220 reel @ 3 3/4 IPS w/ Teac AN-60 Dolby
Lineage: Scotch 200 reel> Akai GX-220 reel playback w/ Teac AN-60 dolby> TASCAM CDRW-700> Trade CD-R> (wav) EAC (secure mode)> (flac) Trader's Little Helper level 6 (align on sector boundaries)
Quality: ex-
Length: 15:16 minutes
Artwork: none.
Samples: none.

Set List:

01. Instrumental
02. One More River To Cross
03. Hot Fish
04. Looking For My Rainbow

Taper's Comments:

1 - HELP!! If you have any uncirculated SPIRIT shows, or better quality FM
broadcasts than what's been posted here before, please share them. If you
know anybody who has shows that fit this category that aren't on DIME, please
dub off their stuff and share it. I'm trying to write a book on SPIRIT and need
all the information I can get. I have a database of over 1500 gigs 1967-1996, and
want to find as much information as I can to add to it. If you have any memories
of where you saw SPIRIT, the more specific the better (venue, city, date, supporting
bands, etc.), I'd love to know that as well. Please leave that in the comments
section or PM me. Thank you!

2 - Show description & comments follow:

This show comes from a great but short lived series that ran on ABC-TV circa 1973-75.
Since this is way before stereo TV, you could watch the visual portion on TV, and they
would simulcast on certain FM stations the stereo sound. While the sound and mixes are
primitive by today's standards, they weren't too bad for the times. I'm happy to have
what I have, and pissed that I missed a lot of them too. I think the show was broadcast
on Friday nights, but I could be wrong on that.

Here's CANNED HEAT during the era of their "One More River To Cross" album. I believe
it was their first album for Atlantic, having been on the Liberty label previously. Enjoy!


Support the band: Buy the officially released items, etc.

Prepared by Jeff James (