The Stumble - Henry Vestine & The Heat Bros - I Used To Be Mad! (But Now Im Half Crazy) (CD, Album)
Label: AIM (2) - AIM 1073 CD • Format: CD Album • Country: Australia • Genre: Rock, Blues • Style: Blues Rock
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The French are mad and demand Henry pay for their losses, The men are sick though so they won't be able to fight for long we band of brothers" what does Henry promise them. He makes it personal by calling them his brothers and promises them they will be remembered. He decides to become a pimp and thief now that his wife is dead and he.
(But Now I'm Half Crazy) on Discogs. Label: AIM (2) - AIM CD • Format: CD Album • Country: Australia • Genre: Rock, Blues • Style: Blues Rock Henry Vestine & The Heat Bros - I Used To Be Mad!/5(3).
January , Ash Grove, Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles, CA with The Kentucky Colonels Supposedly Mark Andes' first gigs with the band. January , Ash Grove, Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles, CA January 14, Griffith Park, Los Angeles, CA with Frenz, Sound Machine, Ilford Subway, Ma's Preserve Jug Band "The Human Be-In" The band was advertised only as 'Canned Heat'.
Verse 9. - And men were scorched with great heat, and blasphemed the Name of God. The men (see on ver. 8). (On the meaning of the first clause, see on ver. 8.) This is the first mention in the vials of men blaspheming. As with Pharaoh and the Egyptians, the judgments of God, instead of awakening them to repentance, only serve to harden their hearts.
Thou sayest well, and it holds well too, for the fortune of us that are the moon’s men doth ebb and flow like the sea, being governed, as the sea is, by the moon. As for proof now: a purse of gold most resolutely snatched on Monday night and most dissolutely spent on Tuesday morning, got with.
Henry Vestine — A recording project from has been released more than twenty years later under Vestine's name as I Used To Be Mad (but Now I am Half Crazy). The musicians on the album are the Canned Heat members at that time: Vestine (guitar), Mike Halby (vocals, guitar), Ernie Rodrigues (vocals, bass), Ricky Kellogg (vocals, harmonica.
Apr 15, · It sounds very clear. It was often achieved by a distortion device called a Screaming Bird Treble Booster. (Erik Braunn's guitar riff on "In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida" is what I call fuzztone.) I also love the tone that Henry Vestine used with Canned Heat. In an era when most guitarists were trying to emulate Clapton or Hendrix, Vestine had a sound all.
Jesus said, “Tell that fox that I’ve no time for him right now. Today and tomorrow I’m busy clearing out the demons and healing the sick; the third day I’m wrapping things up. Besides, it’s not proper for a prophet to come to a bad end outside Jerusalem.
Oct 31, · "The compilation's second disc ("I Used To Be Mad! (But Now I'm Half Crazy)"proves to be just as bluesy and vibrant as the first -- nearly everybody else in the rock world may have been cutting their hair and introducing synthesizers into their music, but not Vestine, as such standouts as "Dust My Broom" and "Sunflower Blues" could easily be mistaken for Canned Heat tracks.