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    Default Belated RIP Larry 'The Mole' Taylor

    I didn't realise 'The Mole' Had passed away last August
    Bass man for the Great- Canned Heat
    A lot of their performance at Woodstock has been lost but some fine moments remain
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3doBiU6nN0k

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    Hi Neil
    Canned Heat certainly on You Tube, has some edited and missing sections, but recording engineer Eddie Kramer
    infers there is a lot of material from Woodstock that was unreleased, due to legal issues.
    https://www.soundandvision.com/conte...amer-interview

    A nice summary of their concert, is here: https://woodstock.fandom.com/wiki/Canned_Heat

    The legality issues likely arise as Woodstock was promotion for Atlantic label and Atlantic subsidiary label artists.
    Hendrix as example at the time was released on Reprise, and attached subsequently to Warner, but Canned Heat were
    as I recall United artists, and clashes over subsequent release of material was inevitable to occur where labels
    unrelated to Atlantic were involved. Atlantic were attained by Warner https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_o...c_Group_labels

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    Quote Originally Posted by Light Dependant Resistor View Post
    Hi Neil
    Canned Heat certainly on You Tube, has some edited and missing sections, but recording engineer Eddie Kramer
    infers there is a lot of material from Woodstock that was unreleased, due to legal issues.
    https://www.soundandvision.com/conte...amer-interview

    A nice summary of their concert, is here: https://woodstock.fandom.com/wiki/Canned_Heat

    The legality issues likely arise as Woodstock was promotion for Atlantic label and Atlantic subsidiary label artists.
    Hendrix as example at the time was released on Reprise, and attached subsequently to Warner, but Canned Heat were
    as I recall United artists, and clashes over subsequent release of material was inevitable to occur where labels
    unrelated to Atlantic were involved. Atlantic were attained by Warner https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_o...c_Group_labels
    Thanks for the links
    I just think its a shame that there are many lost performances out there that people could enjoy - would it really hurt to let things go especially when they are of an age

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