Blackfoot

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Blackfoot - Siogo Siogo
Pop Used - LP 90080 Atco
1983 Original With Timing Strip Across Bottom Front Jacket And Custom Inner Sleeve.... more details
 
Blackfoot - Strikes Strikes
Pop New - LP SD 38-112 Atco
Sealed 1979 Original. Clean COH. “After Missing The Boat With Lynyrd Skynyrd (For Whom He Played Drums Early On), Guitarist/Singer Rick Medlocke Formed Blackfoot, Arguably The First All-Native American Rock Group. The Band Struggled For Almost A Decade, Playing Run-Of-The-Mill Southern Rock That They Eventually Injected With Extra Volume And Attitude Before Signing With Atco, For Whom They Recorded Their 1979 Breakthrough Strikes. Known As A Ferocious Live Unit And Probably The Heaviest Of Southern Rock Bands (See Opener "Road Fever"), Strikes Also Proved That Blackfoot Could Write Great Melodies For The Gloomy "Left Turn On A Red Light" And The Inspired Cover Version Of Free's "Wishing Well." But The Band's Biggest Hit Would Come In The Form Of The Seven-Minute "Highway Song," A Tune That Was Admittedly Very Reminiscent Of Skynyrd's "Freebird" And That Helped Drive The Album To Gold Status. Also Of Note Is The Harmonica Performance Of Shorty Medlocke (Rick's Dad) On His Own Blues, "Train Train." - Eduardo Rivadavia, All Music Guide... more details
 
Blackfoot - Tomcattin' Tomcattin'
Pop New - LP SD 32-101 Atco
Sealed 1980 Original. Minuscule Saw Cut (1mm).... more details
 
Blackfoot - Flyin' High Flyin' High
Pop Used - LP PE 34378 Epic
First Copy We Have Had In Stock Of This 1976 Original From The Southern Rock Band.... more details
 
Blackfoot - Marauder Marauder
Pop New - LP SD 32-107 Atco
Sealed 1981 Original. “By The Time Of 1981's Marauder Album, Blackfoot's Career Had Effectively Stalled In America, As The Band's Hard Rock Sound Evolved Further And Further From The Skynyrd-Derived Southern Rock Sound Of Their Successful 1979 Opus, Strikes. Still, While Continuing To Rely On Hard-Driving Numbers Such As "Good Morning" And "Dry County," Marauder Also Saw Blackfoot Attempting A Compromise With The Dramatic "Diary Of A Workingman." Though It Showcased The Band At Their Melodic Southern Rock Best, The Track Failed To Chart In America And Blackfoot Decided To Concentrate Their Touring Efforts In Britain And Europe, Where Their Popularity Continued To Skyrocket. As For The Album, Shorty Medlocke Makes His By-Now-Expected Contribution To The Intro Of "Rattlesnake Rock 'N' Roller," Which Goes On To Feature Some Upbeat Piano Tinkling And A Horn Section. Likewise, The Unexpected Breakdown (With Mexican Horns And Tango Guitar Rhythms) In The Middle Of "Too Hard To Handle" Makes It One Of The Band's Best Hard Rockers To Date, And "Searchin'" Is Another Southern Rock Hit That Might Have Been. Unfortunately, Mounting Inner-Band Tensions And Record Company Indifference Marked This As The Last Great Blackfoot Album.” Eduardo Rivadavia, AMG.... more details
 
Blackfoot - No Reservations No Reservations
Pop Used - LP ILPS 9326 Island
Rare 1975 Original In Shrink Wrap. Cut Corner. Cut At Sterling Sound. LP Appears Glossy, Unplayed. “All Native Americans, Blackfoot Recorded Their First Album Down In Muscle Shoals With A Little Help From The Usual Hangers-Out There. Hard-Rockin' Southern-Style Blues-Rock Comes Charging Through The Grooves Here. Of Note Are Such Tracks As "Railroad Man," "Take A Train," And The Allmanesque "I Stand Alone." James Chrispell, All Music Guide.... more details
 
Blackfoot - Strikes Strikes
Pop Used - LP SD 38-112 Atco
1979 Stereo Original With Gold Promo Stamp And Timing Strip On Front Cover. “After Missing The Boat With Lynyrd Skynyrd (For Whom He Played Drums Early On), Guitarist/Singer Rick Medlocke Formed Blackfoot, Arguably The First All-Native American Rock Group. The Band Struggled For Almost A Decade, Playing Run-Of-The-Mill Southern Rock That They Eventually Injected With Extra Volume And Attitude Before Signing With Atco, For Whom They Recorded Their 1979 Breakthrough Strikes. Known As A Ferocious Live Unit And Probably The Heaviest Of Southern Rock Bands (See Opener "Road Fever"), Strikes Also Proved That Blackfoot Could Write Great Melodies For The Gloomy "Left Turn On A Red Light" And The Inspired Cover Version Of Free's "Wishing Well." But The Band's Biggest Hit Would Come In The Form Of The Seven-Minute "Highway Song," A Tune That Was Admittedly Very Reminiscent Of Skynyrd's "Freebird" And That Helped Drive The Album To Gold Status. Also Of Note Is The Harmonica Performance Of Shorty Medlocke (Rick's Dad) On His Own Blues, "Train Train." - Eduardo Rivadavia, All Music Guide.... more details
 
Blackfoot - No Reservations No Reservations
Pop New - LP ILPS 9326 Island
Sealed, Rare 1975 Original Cut At Sterling Sound. “All Native Americans, Blackfoot Recorded Their First Album Down In Muscle Shoals With A Little Help From The Usual Hangers-Out There. Hard-Rockin' Southern-Style Blues-Rock Comes Charging Through The Grooves Here. Of Note Are Such Tracks As "Railroad Man," "Take A Train," And The Allmanesque "I Stand Alone." James Chrispell, All Music Guide.... more details
 

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