Sunday, December 16, 2007


Digitized from the original vinyl, released in 1972 on Elektra Records.
Produced by Paul A. Rothchild for the Dragon Musical Alliance Inc.
Engineered By: Fritz Richmond
Recorded and Mastered At: Elektra sound Recorders, Los Angeles, California
Cover Art: Rick Rodrigues
Format: Mp3
Bit Rate - 320 Kbps
I Can't Get Thru To You
For A Breath
Home Again
Rollin' Up My Mind
Barking At The Ants
James Cahoon Lindsay - Vocals, Percussion
John Desautels - Drums
David Hanson - Guitars, Vocals
Bill Rhodes - Bass
Wayne Cook - Keyboards
I Couldn't find a thing out there about the band.........
By Yours Truly
This is a great, if not a tiny bit dated rock & roll record. I played this one to death back in the day because like most excellent albums it had it's own vibe that made it hard to take it off the turntable. This band only put out this one album, as far as I've been able to find out and that's a damn shame because they came right out of the box with guns blazing and if they'd stuck around for a couple more albums I'd be willing to bet that there'd be alot more info available on the net about these guys. All the tunes on this disc are enjoyable with the chunky guitars and big hammond organ sound but the centerpiece and the one tune that got airplay back then is P.O.W. (prisoner of war). When you keep in mind that this album came out about the same time the Vietnam war was ending for us, it made a powerful statement. I Can't really compare them to anyone else out there at the time.....they had their own sound but if you love great rock and roll from that era then it shouldn't be much of a stretch to welcome this 8 tune set into your home and heart. And like the Baby Grand album just below here....this one was made to be played loud and absorbed thru all the sensory outputs you possess.
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