Black Oak Arkansas - Raunch 'N' Roll Live mp3 flac download
|Performer:||Black Oak Arkansas|
|Title:||Raunch 'N' Roll Live|
|Style:||Rock & Roll, Southern Rock|
|Date of release:||1973|
|MP3 album size:||1542 mb|
|FLAC album size:||1770 mb|
|Digital formats:||DMF AUD DTS MIDI MOD MP4 TTA|
Raunch 'n' Roll Live",ATCO,1973 A Monumental live recording. The sorta people who listen to Black Oak Arkansas are about the closest things to teenage Frankensteins in existence. But that still don't keep it from being the best rock'n'roll album of all time.
Tracklist: 1. Gettin’ Kinda Cocky, 2. When Electricity Came To Arkansas, 3. Gigolo, 4. Hot Rod, 5. Mutants Of The Monster, 6. Hot And Nasty, 7. Up.
Back Thar n’ Over Yonder - Студийный альбом от Black Oak Arkansas. В альбом вошло 19 треков.
Black Oak Arkansas When Electricty Came To Arkansas Raunch N Roll version. Black Oak Arkansas - Mutants Of The Monster (Live).
In 1973, Black Oak Arkansas released their fourth LP Raunch 'N' Roll Live, and took the rather unorthodox tack of including previously unreleased new songs on their first live concert album like "Gigolo", "Gettin' Kinda Cocky", as well as two more BOA classics: "Hot Rod", which features Dandy's sly double-entendre lyrics, and "Up", which spotlights Aldridge's marathon drum solo, a. portion of which he played with his bare hands. Black Oak. Following continued diminishing returns of the band's record sales (yet while still remaining a consistent concert draw), Mangrum dropped "Arkansas" from the group's name (in an attempt to downplay their Southern-ness) and replaced everyone except Henderson and even altering his own vocal style in an attempt to sound more mainstream (and ostensibly impress music critics in the process.
High on the Hog is the most commercially successful album by the southern rock band Black Oak Arkansas. It is mainly known for its cover of the LaVern Baker song "Jim Dandy", which reached number 25 on the Billboard Hot 100. The album prominently featured southern electric guitar licks and James Mangrum's scratchy, hillbilly vocals. All songs by Black Oak Arkansas, except "Jim Dandy" by Lincoln Chase and "Moonshine Sonata" by Black Oak Arkansas & Tom Dowd. Swimmin' in Quicksand" - 3:20.
All songs written by Black Oak Arkansas and published by Far-Fetched Music (ASCAP) except Hot Rod and Up which are published by Pond Tunes (BMI). Matrix, Runout (A-Side Label): (ST-C-732747-MO). Matrix, Runout (B-Side Label): (ST-C-732748-MO). Matrix, Runout (Stamped On Both Sides): "MR" (Within Circle) AT/DK.
Complete your Black Oak Arkansas collection.
But when the Southern rockers soared, they really soared. Arguably, Black Oak's best and most consistent release is Raunch 'N' Roll Live. Recorded at 1973 concerts in Portland, OR, and Seattle, this LP is without a dull moment. Raunch 'N' Roll Live wasn't the only live album that Black Oak provided in the '70s; in 1975 - only two years after the release of this LP - the band recorded Live! Mutha at a Long Beach, CA, show. While that release is enjoyable, Raunch 'N' Roll Live remains the most exciting and vital document of Black Oak on-stage. Without a doubt, Raunch 'N' Roll Live is essential listening for those who have even a casual interest in the rowdy Southern rockers.
The Complete Raunch 'N' Roll Live (Remastered). A lot of great live albums came out in the 1970s and Black Oak's Raunch N Roll was definitely one of them. It simply rocks from cover to cover. Black Oak consisted of Jim Dandy who maybe was not technically a good singer but very unique and enjoyable, totally one of a kind. He was a four-runner to many of the ultra cocky singers of today. Rick Reynolds, Stanley Knight and Heavy Jett on lead and rhythm guitar, and Pat Daugherty on Bass all fine musicians and Tommy Aldridge on Drums, he is one of rock n rolls best drummers.
|A1||Gettin' Kinda Cocky||3:22|
|A2||When Electricity Came To Arkansas||7:28|
|B1||Mutants Of The Monster||5:25|
|B2||Hot And Nasty||3:45|
- Record Company – Warner Communications
- Manufactured By – WEA Musik GmbH
- Bass Guitar, Vocals – Pat Daugherty
- Design [Album] – Pacific Eye & Ear
- Drums – Tommy Aldridge
- Engineer [Mixing] – Richard Rosebrough
- Engineer [Recording] – Ray Thompson
- Lead Guitar, Vocals – Harvey Jett, Stanley Knight
- Lead Vocals, Washboard [Scrub Board] – Jim Dandy
- Photography By – Bill Crump , Sam Emerson, Tony Lowe
- Producer – Tom Dowd
- Twelve-String Guitar – Rick Reynolds
- Written-By – Black Oak Arkansas
NotesSticker on Front Cover 26th Anniversary Atlantic Records
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (on central label, side one): (ST-C-732747 C)
- Matrix / Runout (on central label, side two): ST-C-732747 C)
- Matrix / Runout: Made in Germany
- Rights Society: GEMA
|SD 7019||Black Oak Arkansas||Raunch 'N' Roll Live (LP, Album)||ATCO Records||SD 7019||Canada||1973|
|ATC QT-7019||Black Oak Arkansas||Raunch 'N' Roll Live (8-Trk, Album, Quad)||ATCO Records||ATC QT-7019||US||1973|
|SD 7019||Black Oak Arkansas||Raunch 'N' Roll Live (LP, Album, RI)||ATCO Records||SD 7019||US||1973|
|K 40451||Black Oak Arkansas||Raunch 'N' Roll Live (LP, Album, Gat)||Atlantic||K 40451||UK||1973|
|SD 7019||Black Oak Arkansas||Raunch 'N' Roll Live (LP, Album, PR,)||ATCO Records||SD 7019||US||1973|