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(4 items)

Release date: September 1970
Style: Psychedelic hard rock, Blues rock

Rating:

6.4 | 5 votes

Owners:

1 has it
3 want it


01. Good Times Are So Hard To Find
02. Love Of A Woman
03. Make Me Laugh
04. Pilot
05. Babaji (Twilight Raga) [instrumental]
06. Preacher
07. Black Sun
08. Tears In My Bed
09. Man On The Run
10. Sandwich
11. Rest At Ease

Lyrics (11)


Line-up
Dickie Peterson - bass, guitar, lead vocals (tracks 2, 3, 9)
Bruce Stephens - lead guitar
Paul Whaley - drums
Gary Lee Yoder - guitar, harmonica, vocals, harp, lead vocals (tracks 1, 4-8, 10-11)
Ralph "Ethan James" Burns Kellogg - organ, piano, synthesizer, bass
Norman Mayell - guitar, percussion, sitar, producer, drums



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TrueMetalJope - 22.07.2015 at 20:28  
Rating: 8 Why so low votes? This is such a good, simple and accessible stuff, that it should appeal more to people .
Bad English - 22.07.2015 at 22:38  
 
Written by TrueMetalJope on 22.07.2015 at 20:28

Why so low votes? This is such a good, simple and accessible stuff, that it should appeal more to people .


5 votes so far, maybe because its not any nu core, mat core, grind core and other modern genres what are more far away from metal as blues rock is .... I dunno, I like this album,. and band
TrueMetalJope - 23.07.2015 at 09:25  
Rating: 8
Written by Bad English on 22.07.2015 at 22:38

Written by TrueMetalJope on 22.07.2015 at 20:28

Why so low votes? This is such a good, simple and accessible stuff, that it should appeal more to people .


5 votes so far, maybe because its not any nu core, mat core, grind core and other modern genres what are more far away from metal as blues rock is .... I dunno, I like this album,. and band


Ye it's not technical enough, not brutal enough, not post enough... vocals not harsh enough, no emo screaming... 6 rating after 4 votes, too low I think, the album is better. Albums/bands like this need more recognition, 70s blues rock sounds better and more natural than new bands, that are well known i.e. Rival Sons. Whatever
deadone - 23.07.2015 at 10:04  
  Most people listen to music that is accessible and well covered by media as well as usually current (especially young people). Forgotten 1970s rock is not exactly something getting a lot of exposure now is it?

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