Categories:
Cart 0

Your cart is empty

Hot Tuna - Double Dose

Mes favoris

Cet élément a bien été ajouté / retiré de vos favoris.

Double Dose

Hot Tuna

Unlimited Streaming

Listen to this album in high quality now on our apps

Start my trial period and start listening to this album

Enjoy this album on Qobuz apps with your subscription

Subscribe

Enjoy this album on Qobuz apps with your subscription

Digital Download

Select Audio Quality

To be elegible for this price, subscribe to Sublime+

Hot Tuna, then a quartet with the official addition of keyboardist Nick Buck, released this two-LP live album, its first concert material in seven years, and having thus summed things up, broke up as the album hit record stores. Double Dose gave a good sense of mature Hot Tuna as a vehicle for the musical interests of Jorma Kaukonen, who used the entire first side as an acoustic solo set, then included the excellent "Genesis" from his solo album Quah on side B. Elsewhere, the electrified group alternated between Kaukonen's best Hot Tuna compositions and blues and rock standards. It was produced by Felix Pappalardi (Cream, Mountain), who gave Hot Tuna its best recorded sound; even though it's a "live" record, there seems to have been a lot of studio overdubbing. ~ William Ruhlmann

More info

Double Dose

Hot Tuna

launch qobuz app I already downloaded Qobuz for Windows / MacOS Open

download qobuz app I have not downloaded Qobuz for Windows / MacOS yet Download the Qobuz app
Listen on Webplayer

Copy the following link to share it

You are currently listening to samples.

Listen to over 40 million songs with an unlimited streaming plan.

Listen to this album and more than 40 million songs with your unlimited streaming plans.

1
Winin' Boy Blues (Live Version) 00:06:33

Jelly Roll Morton, Composer - Jelly Roll Morton, Lyricist - Felix Pappalardi, Producer - Hot Tuna, Performer - Don Gehman, Co-Producer - Gail Collins, Co-Producer

(P) 1978 Grunt Records

2
Keep Your Lamps Trimmed and Burning (Live Version) 00:03:28

Felix Pappalardi, Producer - Hot Tuna, Performer - Rev. Gary Davis, Lyricist - Rev. Gary Davis, Composer - Don Gehman, Co-Producer - Gail Collins, Co-Producer

(P) 1978 Grunt Records

3
Embryonic Journey (Live Version) 00:02:15

Felix Pappalardi, Producer - Hot Tuna, Performer - Jorma Kaukonen, Lyricist - Jorma Kaukonen, Composer - Don Gehman, Co-Producer - Gail Collins, Co-Producer

(P) 1978 Grunt Records

4
Killing Time In The Crystal City (Live Version) 00:07:03

Felix Pappalardi, Producer - Hot Tuna, Performer - Don Gehman, Co-Producer - Jorma Kaukonen, Composer - Jorma Kaukonen, Lyricist - Gail Collins, Co-Producer

(P) 1978 Grunt Records

5
I Wish You Would (Live Version) 00:04:35

Felix Pappalardi, Producer - Hot Tuna, Performer - Billy Boy Arnold, Composer - Billy Boy Arnold, Lyricist

(P) 1978 Grunt Records

6
Genesis (Live Version) 00:04:24

Felix Pappalardi, Producer - Hot Tuna, Performer - Don Gehman, Producer - Jorma Kaukonen, Composer - Jorma Kaukonen, Lyricist - Gail Collins, Producer

(P) 1978 Grunt Records

7
Extrication Love Song (Live Version) 00:04:30

Felix Pappalardi, Producer - Hot Tuna, Performer - Don Gehman, Co-Producer - Jorma Kaukonen, Composer - Jorma Kaukonen, Lyricist - Gail Collins, Co-Producer

(P) 1978 Grunt Records

8
Talking 'Bout You (Live Version) 00:05:47

Chuck Berry, Composer - Chuck Berry, Lyricist - Felix Pappalardi, Producer - Hot Tuna, Performer - Don Gehman, Co-Producer - Gail Collins, Co-Producer

(P) 1978 Grunt Records

9
Funky #7 (Live Version) 00:08:53

Jack Casady, Composer - Jack Casady, Lyricist - Felix Pappalardi, Producer - Hot Tuna, Performer - Don Gehman, Co-Producer - Jorma Kaukonen, Lyricist - Jorma Kaukonen, Composer - Gail Collins, Co-Producer

(P) 1978 Grunt Records

10
Serpent Of Dreams (Live Version) 00:06:49

Felix Pappalardi, Producer - Hot Tuna, Performer - Jorma Kaukonen, Lyricist - Jorma Kaukonen, Composer - Don Gehman, Co-Producer - Gail Collins, Co-Producer

(P) 1978 Grunt Records

11
Bowlegged Woman, Knock Kneed Man (Live Version) 00:05:01

Bobby Rush, Composer - Bobby Rush, Lyricist - Calvin Carter, Lyricist - Calvin Carter, Composer - Felix Pappalardi, Producer - Hot Tuna, Performer - Don Gehman, Co-Producer - Gail Collins, Co-Producer

(P) 1978 Grunt Records

12
I See The Light (Live Version) 00:05:55

Felix Pappalardi, Producer - Hot Tuna, Performer - Don Gehman, Co-Producer - Jorma Kaukonen, Composer - Jorma Kaukonen, Lyricist - Gail Collins, Co-Producer

(P) 1978 Grunt Records

13
Watch The North Wind Rise (Live Version) 00:05:05

Felix Pappalardi, Producer - Hot Tuna, Performer - Don Gehman, Co-Producer - Jorma Kaukonen, Composer - Jorma Kaukonen, Lyricist - Gail Collins, Co-Producer

(P) 1978 Grunt Records

14
Sunrise Dance With The Devil (Live Version) 00:05:52

Felix Pappalardi, Producer - Hot Tuna, Performer - Jorma Kaukonen, Composer - Jorma Kaukonen, Lyricist - Don Gehman, Co-Producer - Gail Collins, Co-Producer

(P) 1978 Grunt Records

15
I Can't Be Satisfied (Live Version) 00:05:06

McKinley Morganfield, Lyricist - McKinley Morganfield, Composer - Felix Pappalardi, Producer - Hot Tuna, Performer - Don Gehman, Co-Producer - Gail Collins, Co-Producer

(P) 1978 Grunt Records

Album Description

Hot Tuna, then a quartet with the official addition of keyboardist Nick Buck, released this two-LP live album, its first concert material in seven years, and having thus summed things up, broke up as the album hit record stores. Double Dose gave a good sense of mature Hot Tuna as a vehicle for the musical interests of Jorma Kaukonen, who used the entire first side as an acoustic solo set, then included the excellent "Genesis" from his solo album Quah on side B. Elsewhere, the electrified group alternated between Kaukonen's best Hot Tuna compositions and blues and rock standards. It was produced by Felix Pappalardi (Cream, Mountain), who gave Hot Tuna its best recorded sound; even though it's a "live" record, there seems to have been a lot of studio overdubbing. ~ William Ruhlmann

About the album

Improve this page

Qobuz logo Why buy on Qobuz...

On sale now...
Who's Next The Who
In The Wee Small Hours Frank Sinatra
Tommy The Who
Quadrophenia The Who
More on Qobuz
By Hot Tuna

Playlists

You may also like...
In your panoramas...
Daniel Johnston, A Troubling, Troubled Icon

No one ever sounded like Daniel Johnston. The little known depressive artist found fame thanks to his peers’ recognition. He passed away on September 11th, 2019, at the age of 58; his discography has slowly become the symbol of naïve, lo-fi and hyper-emotional music. It’s never too late to (re)discover this bona fide underground genius, and his heartfelt, authentic music.

Betty Davis, The Funk Panther

Without her, there would be no Macy Gray, Erykah Badu, Amy Winehouse or Janelle Monáe! Despite having disappeared from the music scene for years, Betty Davis remains a pioneer of feline soul sisters. The ultimate funk goddess. She also brought electricity to a certain Miles Davis who she would go on to marry, if only for a short while. But who are you Betty?

Britpop in 10 Albums

“If punk was about getting rid of hippies, then I'm getting rid of grunge.” It was with this sentence from Damon Albarn in 1993 that England invaded the stage previously dominated by Nirvana and Seattle grunge. Britpop is deeply linked to politics and local identity and emerged just as Tony Blair and New Labour were entering the scene. English romanticism was once again becoming attractive compared to the American identity, which was considered too hollow in the UK. Make way for “Cool Britannia”.

In the news...