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Name:Bloodrock (1970) Bloodrock [FLAC]

Total Size: 313.67 MB

Magnet: Magnet Link

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Last Updated: 2010-11-17 06:56:34 (Update Now)

Torrent added: 2009-08-28 20:53:35




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Cover art (Size: 313.67 MB) (Files: 23)

 Cover art

  Bloodrock_back.jpg

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  Bloodrock_cover.jpg

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  Bloodrock_disc.jpg

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  Bloodrock_front.jpg

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  Bloodrock_ins1.jpg

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  Bloodrock_ins2.jpg

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  Bloodrock_ins3.jpg

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 01 - Gotta Find A Way.flac

44.33 MB

 02 - Castle Of Thoughts.flac

22.18 MB

 03 - Fatback.flac

22.77 MB

 04 - Double Cross.flac

33.77 MB

 05 - Timepiece.flac

37.96 MB

 06 - Wicked Truth.flac

34.42 MB

 07 - Gimmie Your Head.flac

18.36 MB

 08 - Fantastic Piece Of Architecture.flac

48.01 MB

 09 - Melvin Laid An Egg.flac

48.43 MB

 Bloodrock - Bloodrock.m3u

0.61 KB

 Bloodrock.cue

1.87 KB

 bloodrock.info

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 Bloodrock.log

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 thumb.jpg

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Torrent description

[color="red"][size=6]BLOODROCK[/size][size=5]
- "Bloodrock"
- "Bloodrock 2"[/size] [/color]



Bloodrock was THE band of the 70's that the "serious" reviewers loved to hate. If Barclay James Harvest were the poor man's Moody Blues, then Bloodrock was Grand Funk Railroad's poor man's... But the people that actually BOUGHT Bloodrock LPs loved this band, and that is what counts... And if any doubt; Bloodrock IS great!!!



Bloodrock (1970) Bloodrock [FLAC] preview 0

[color="blue"]
1. Gotta Find A Way [/color][color="blue"](Grundy, Hill, Taylor, Pickens, Rutledge)
2. Castle Of Thoughts (Pickens, Rutledge)
3. Fatback (Pickens, Rutledge)
4. Double Cross (Nitzinger)
5. Timepiece (O'Neil, Ames)
6. Wicked Truth (Nitzinger)
7. Gimme Your Head (Grundy)
8. Fantastic Piece Of Architecture (Rutledge, Hill)
9. Melvin Laid An Egg (Nitzinger)[/color]
- 1970 (Repertoire, 1995)

Jim Rutledge: lead vocals, drums
Lee Pickens: lead guitars, vocals
Nick Taylor: guitar, vocals
Eddie Grundy: bass, vocals
Steve Hill: keyboards, vocals

[quote=amazon.com customer]Emerging from Texas in 1969, Bloodrock, along with ZZ Top, went out to prove that good ol' boys could rock every bit as good as any English band at the time. And with the interplay of their music centering around the excellent guitar work of Lee Pickens and keyboard playing of Stevie Hill, it reminds one a lot of the bouts between guitarist Ritchie Blackmore and organist Jon Lord in Deep Purple. But I would argue that Lee Pickens is a much better, and more soulful, guitar player than Ritchie Blackmore, and probably one of the most underrated guitar players of his era. It's a shame that Bloodrock's two best musicians, Pickens and Hill, didn't have a career after Bloodrock had faded away, because they could have been somebody. No offense to the rest of Bloodrock, but if you like that "Deep Purple sound"--that interplay between guitar and organ, you'll love this album. And who knows, you might even like this better![/quote]


Bloodrock (1970) Bloodrock [FLAC] preview 1

[color="red"]1. Lucky In The Morning (Nitzinger)
2. Cheater (Grundy, Hill, Taylor, Pickens, Rutledge, Cobb)
3. Sable And Pearl (Nitzinger)
4. Fallin' (Grundy, Hill, Taylor, Pickens, Rutledge, Cobb)
5. Children's Heritage (Nitzinger)
6. Dier Not A Lover (Hill, Pickens, Gummett)
7. D.O.A. (Grundy, Hill, Taylor, Pickens, Rutledge, Cobb)
8. Fancy Space Odyssey (Nitzinger)[/color]
- 1971 (Repertoire, 1995)

Jim Rutledge: lead vocals
Lee Pickens: lead guitars, vocals
Nick Taylor: guitar, vocals
Eddie Grundy: bass, vocals
Steve Hill: keyboards, vocals
Rick Cobb: drums

[quote=amazon.com customer]Very good album by this Fort worth band. Lots of experience from lead vocalist Jim Rutledge and it shows. Lee Pickens guitar work is very tight although it could have been recorded alittle louder on his guitar parts. "DOA" is the known stand out but "Cheater" is the one that rocks your socks off. "Lucky In The Morning" is a tune that has the whole band at its best and was their opener for live shows. Childrens heritage is a great song and is a song on "Teslas" song list. At least one band see's that Blood Rock's song are great still. Stevie Hill's keyboard work is very unique in that he can play various styles even pulling off a cathedral like sound. My favorite of all the Blood Rock albums..[/quote]

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