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I Dont Wanna Go - Hot Tuna - Americas Choice (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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9 thoughts on “ I Dont Wanna Go - Hot Tuna - Americas Choice (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Hot Tuna’s sound got hotter here, as Jorma, Jack and the band dug deeper into hard rock on this LP. Guitar solos fly throughout “Invitation,” “Serpent of Dreams,” “Funky #7,” “I Don’t Wanna Go,” and their own take on Robert Johnson’s “Walkin’ Blues,” and more.
  2. Digitally remastered edition housed in a mini LP sleeve which meticulously reproduces all the components of the original LPs and are their exact replicas in compact-disc size. The fifth Hot Tuna album, America's Choice, was released in and it featured a harder, rock focused sound/5(5).
  3. Hot Tuna is a couple of guys from a rock band who got bored sitting around waiting for the rest to get over their throat-node operations and various forms of tripping around, so they started jamming the old favorites back and forth and came out with an album. A convenient fiction which we will let stand while we talk about the music on RCA LSP.
  4. Final Vinyl is a Hot Tuna compilation album. At the time the album was assembled, Jorma Kaukonen and Jack Casady had stopped performing together and were on to newer endeavours. Kaukonen recorded a solo album, Jorma, and Casady joined the band SVT. Kaukonen signed to RCA Records and Casady moved to Records.
  5. I heard Hot Tuna on TV Don Kirchner Rock Concert. Then I bought this album "Americas Choice." amazing piece of Hard Funk Rock from the USA. Jormas Effects of Guitars to Jacks Pumping Bass to Bob Powerful Tom Toms workouts. One of the best.
  6. Jan 18,  · Released as "Collector's Edition: Half-speed Mastered Gram HQ Vinyl" with only a few hundred made, in gatefold form and including a Hot Tuna tattoo, as well as the CD version, it .
  7. See all 7 versions of the song I Don't Wanna Go The fifth Hot Tuna album, America's Choice, was released in and it featured a harder, rock-focused sound.
  8. There might have been a rocker or two on Phosphorescent, but America's Choice was The Tuna's first fully functional hiomicidal rocker. The Tuna were actually Leaders in Rock during the 70's. OK, there was Punk, and then Disco, but quietly, not so quietly really, Hot Tuna. They typify rock west of the Mississippi, and maybe west of the Rockies/5(52).
  9. So I don't wanna go Well, I don't wanna go I don't wanna go Lots of things I got to do Living is much too slow This time when the demon calls Gonna look the other way See the clock keeps moving There's too much left to say The moon is sinking slowly in The raven's flying low Lots of things I got to do So I don't wanna go Well, I don't wanna go.

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