Canned Heat Live at the Kaliedescope Lounge

Vinyl - what a find! Live, recorded in 1969. Any Canned Heat fans out there?
What's the title and label on that one?I have numerous CH live LPs but they seem to lack info.I recently got a VHS tape of "Stamping Ground" a documentary of a festival in Rotterdam with Canned Heat,Floyd,Dr. John,The Airplane,Family,T Rex and others.Quality is not great,but the performances save it.Canned Heat are perfect for this type setting(large,naked and drugged crowd).
Love Canned Heat.

I dig kati Melua's version of "On the Road Again" - pretty cool that she decided to cover Canned Heat.
Casey - I'll check it out when I go home today.
i loved canned with the blues, and future blues are among my favorite records...the band...especially al wilson....was one-of-a-kind.
Canned Heat rocks!! those guys.....I`ve been looking for their vinyl....ahrd to find in my neck of the woods.
Yes! I have been a fan since I heard their first album. I saw them live in 1968 (sorry, neither drugged nor naked, but still a great concert). I now have a vinyl copy of "Future Blues". It has Harvey Mandel (whom I am also a fan of since hearing Charlie Musselwhite live years ago) replacing Henry Vestine. The cover was controversial but it is a great album. I just read that the Director's cut of Woodstock has the Canned Heat segment, so I am going to try to find it. I also have a vinyl copy with "On the Road Again" which has to be one of the all time greats!
The record label is Lilith from 2007 - google
Oh yeah, have lots of Canned Heat, both on vinyl and cd. I've always wanted to get the Canned Heat and John Lee Hooker stuff.
Lilith is the Russian re-ish label.I have their excellent LP of Tim Hardin out takes from his first and second LPs.Kaliedoscope is a straight re-ish of "Live at The Topanga Corral".The Corral was on the top of Topanga Canyon Road between Calabasas and the Ocean.I lived in the canyon in the late 50s,went to second grade there.At that time The Corral was a jazz joint (DeWitt's ?)my dad would go there to drink and listen.My brother and I would play out back.Joe Albany,Warne Marsh and others would play there.Don't know when it went rock.In the 50s the canyon was strictly Hicksville,The tules,no one home.We were miles from the nearest neighbor who actually had a fallout shelter.
Lilith is the Russian re-ish label, are these russian Vinyl have any good depth or audiophile quality to them, , or u just happy to have a version of the Cann heat LP
I saw the original Canned Heat in the late 60's in Honolulu. Vestine had a live meltdown about his amps (stacks of some obscure tube stuff I had never heard of before or since) and actually smacked a befuddled Alan Wilson's guitar strings resulting in a loud clang. In a the middle of packed, sold out show. He managed to recover from his little public tantrum and finished the set. Weird, but fun.
Sundazed is selling their debut album culled from the original MONO master re mastered with tube equipment and it is f'in amazing. Some of these MONO recordings are just amazing.
I hope they release Boogie With the Canned Heat using the MONO master too.
I will look into this one - enjoyed their music. Hey - Wolf Garcia - just a note to say that was my favorite of all of Jerry's sounding guitars......never liked the MIDI ones - but the Wolf - had it all - miss ya Jerry - and sorry if I jumped on the thread - but, will look into the Canned Heat suggestion. Thanks