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The New Age (album)

For other uses, see New Age (disambiguation).
The New Age
Canned Heat
Released March 9, 1973
Recorded 1972 at The Record Plant in Los Angeles, CA
Genre Blues
Label United Artists
Producer Skip Taylor
Canned Heat chronology

Historical Figures and Ancient Heads
(1971)
The New Age
(1973)
One More River to Cross
(1973)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2/5 stars [1]

The New Age is the seventh studio album by Canned Heat, released in 1973. It was the first album to feature the talents of James Shane and Ed Beyer. Clara Ward also appears on the album in her very last recording. Influential Rock Critic Lester Bangs was fired from Rolling Stone for writing a "disrespectful" review of this album upon its release.

Track listing

  1. "Keep It Clean" (Bob Hite) - 2:46
  2. "Harley Davidson Blues" (James Shane) - 2:38
  3. "Don't Deceive Me" (Hite) - 3:12
  4. "You Can Run, But You Sure Can't Hide" (Ed Beyer) - 3:15
  5. "Lookin' for My Rainbow" (Shane) - 5:24
  6. "Rock and Roll Music" (Hite) - 2:29
  7. "Framed" (Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller) - 5:07
  8. "Election Blues" (Beyer) - 6:04
  9. "So Long Wrong" (Shane) - 5:36

Personnel

Canned Heat
Additional personnel
Production
  • Skip Taylor - Producer
  • John Stronach - Engineer

References

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