Bloodrock U.S.A. is the fourth album by the Texan hard rock band Bloodrock, released under Capitol Records in 1971. The album was the first produced by the band alone without Terry Knight and the last studio album to feature original members Jim Rutledge (vocals) and Lee Pickens (lead guitar).
What was necessary for this Motown act was a bit of an identity come the third album, and One World did nothing to define the individuals of this sextet, but Norman Whitfield's machine shop production on the remake of "(I Know) I'm Losing You," from the previous Ecology album, was pure genius…
Excellent addition to any rock music collection.
Another band that colored my childhood, Frumpy, is now included here. Well, I never considered that this would be featured here even though I really enjoyed this album. The key driving force was Inga Rumpf with the powerful vocal and stunning guitar work. Inga also the driving force that characterized the music of Atlantis.
Trixter is an American hard rock band from Paramus, New Jersey. The band achieved major success in the early 1990s but disbanded for several years as glam metal lost mainstream popularity.In September 1991, the Blood, Sweat & Beers tour was filmed for a pay-per-view special. October marked the end of the Trixter touring cycle for the debut album. In January 1992, Trixter began pre-production on their second album. Also during that time, the band renegotiated their record deal and were signed directly to MCA Records. Trixter chose James "Jimbo" Barton of Rush and Queensrÿche fame to produce. Recording for the new album, Hear!, was from April to August 1992.
Sounds of the Seventies was a 38-volume series issued by Time-Life during the late 1980s and early-to-mid 1990s, spotlighting pop music of the 1970s.
The real deal when it comes to delivering authentic hard and heavy 70's influenced underground rock! Recorded entirely on ancient analog gear and capturing a raw, earthy sound with monster musicianship and lead weight heavy rock this will groove your head and soul! Grade "A" quality heavy rock that stands up with Deep Purple (early), Mountain, Dust, Buffalo, Grand Funk, James Gang, Uriah Heep, Bad Company, 70's Pentagram, Atomic Rooster, Bang, Wicked Minds, Spiritual Beggars, Witchcraft etc…