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The sixth album from Hot Tuna (Jorma Kaukonen, Jack Casady and Bob Steeler) would become one of the hardest rocking album ever in the power trios large catalog of blues/rock projects over the last five decades. Released in 1975, Yellow Fever would become a fan favorite with tracks like Jimmy Reed's "Baby What You Want Me To Do" as well as plenty of hard blues rockers from Jorma Kaukonen like "Bar Room Crystal Ball" "Song For The Fire Maiden" and "Free Rein." This RSD Black Friday yellow vinyl version, the first vinyl edition since 1975, was mastered impeccably by Joe Reagoso from the original Grunt Records tapes.

1-Baby What You Want Me To Do
2-Hot Jelly Roll Blues
3-Free Rein
4-Sunrise Dance With The Devil
5-Song For The Fire Maiden
6-Bar Room Crystal Ball
7-Half / Time Saturation
8-Surphase Tension

The sixth album from Hot Tuna (Jorma Kaukonen, Jack Casady and Bob Steeler) would become one of the hardest rocking album ever in the power trios large catalog of blues/rock projects over the last five decades. Released in 1975, Yellow Fever would become a fan favorite with tracks like Jimmy Reed's "Baby What You Want Me To Do" as well as plenty of hard blues rockers from Jorma Kaukonen like "Bar Room Crystal Ball" "Song For The Fire Maiden" and "Free Rein." This RSD Black Friday yellow vinyl version, the first vinyl edition since 1975, was mastered impeccably by Joe Reagoso from the original Grunt Records tapes.

1-Baby What You Want Me To Do
2-Hot Jelly Roll Blues
3-Free Rein
4-Sunrise Dance With The Devil
5-Song For The Fire Maiden
6-Bar Room Crystal Ball
7-Half / Time Saturation
8-Surphase Tension

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Yellow Fever [RSD Black Friday 2022]
Artist: Hot Tuna
Format: Vinyl
New: Available to Order $36.98
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The sixth album from Hot Tuna (Jorma Kaukonen, Jack Casady and Bob Steeler) would become one of the hardest rocking album ever in the power trios large catalog of blues/rock projects over the last five decades. Released in 1975, Yellow Fever would become a fan favorite with tracks like Jimmy Reed's "Baby What You Want Me To Do" as well as plenty of hard blues rockers from Jorma Kaukonen like "Bar Room Crystal Ball" "Song For The Fire Maiden" and "Free Rein." This RSD Black Friday yellow vinyl version, the first vinyl edition since 1975, was mastered impeccably by Joe Reagoso from the original Grunt Records tapes.

1-Baby What You Want Me To Do
2-Hot Jelly Roll Blues
3-Free Rein
4-Sunrise Dance With The Devil
5-Song For The Fire Maiden
6-Bar Room Crystal Ball
7-Half / Time Saturation
8-Surphase Tension

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