9 thoughts on “ Fried Hockey Boogie ”

  1. Despite its title, this song has nothing to do with hockey. It's just a free-flowing jam. The riff comes from Blues legend John Lee Hooker's song "Boogie Chillen".
  2. Fried Hockey Boogie - lyrics C Canned Heat Boogie with Canned Heat. Playlist Share. Show song I used to buy my faith in worship But then my chance to get to Heaven slipped I used to worry about the future But then I throw my caution to the wind I had no reason to be care free No, no, no, until I took a trip to the other side of town.
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  4. Fried Hockey Boogie: Credits (12) Dr. John Arranged By. John Cline Artwork. Larry Taylor Bass. Dean Torrence Design. Fito de la Parra Drums. Frank Cook Drums. Dino Lappas Engineer. Lanky Linstrot Engineer. Henry Vestine Lead Guitar. Dallas Smith Producer. Al .
  5. Lyrics to 'Fried Hockey Boogie' by Canned Heat. {Aye you want some of this shit / Naw, I don't want that shit / I don't give a fuck, I don't play dat shit / And I'm fin'nin' to buss a cap in a nigga Discovered using Shazam, the music discovery app.
  6. Fried Hockey Boogie. Canned Heat. From the Album On The Road Again October 30, out of 5 stars 1 rating Listen Now Go Unlimited Try now Listen to over 60 million songs, anywhere with Amazon Music Unlimited. Renews automatically. Cancel anytime. Limited time offer. Terms apply. Learn More 5/5(1).
  7. Oct 03,  · Canned Heat - Fried Hockey Boogie. adelfred. Canned Heat - Fried Hockey Boogie. Jean Pierre Carré.
  8. That's called gettin' ready for the boogie Yeah, the "Fried Hockey Boogie" Aw, yes Ever since the days of our last album Well, folks come along and asked us why didn't we uh, kinda uh, get it on on our next record So we kinda thought that over and decided that would be a pretty good idea So well, we decided to demonstrate to you how each of the.
  9. The album also included a twelve-minute version of "Fried Hockey Boogie", (credited to Larry Taylor, but rather obviously derived from John Lee Hooker 's "Boogie Chillen" riff) allowed each member to stretch out on his instrument while establishing them with hippie ballroom audiences across America as the "kings of the boogie".

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