The Ultimate Prophecy (Vinyl * 180GRAMl)

15,05 €

15,05 €

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    1 One Time Woman 3:45
    2 Angel 3:49
    3 We Can Try 3:30
    4 Good Day Extending Company 4:44
    5 I've Never Seen You 3:18
    6 Ultimate Prophecy 4:56
    7 Death's Finale 3:36
    8 Cycles 3:06
    9 Waiting to Be Born 5:04
    10 Pink Sun 4:25

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    Although he's been recording on and off since the late-'60s and has written some marginally interesting material, outside of a small devoted cult following, American Indian singer/guitarist J.D. Blackfoot remains a virtual unknown. Possessing an attractive, if largely nondescript voice, Blackfoot started his career with a series of little heard singles for Phillips. 

    The late-'60s found Blackfoot living in Cleveland, Ohio. By 1969 he was front man for the band Tree (Blackfoot, bassist Kenny May, drummer Dan Waldron and singer/guitarist Jeff Whitlock). The group's big break came later in the year when they won a battle of the bands contest that brought with it an opportunity to record for Mercury Records.

    Subject to extensive hype among collectors, we''d been looking for a copy of 1970's 'The Ultimate Prophecy' for a couple of years.  Well, we finally stumbled across a copy at a yard sale and were anxious to check out what all the excitement was about.  Produced by Dale Frashuer  to our ears the LP sounds like it was recorded by two separate bands. With future Pure Prairie League/Little Feat singer/guitarist Craig Fuller responsible for most of side one,  tracks such as 'One Time Woman', 'Angel' and 'We Can Try' offered up attractive if unexceptional country-rock.  Think Poco and Fuller's forthcoming Pure Prairie League catalog and you'll be in the right ballpark. In contrast, with namesake Blackfoot writing most of the material on the flip side, selections such as the title track, 'Death's Finale' and 'Waiting To Be Born' display a darker, psychedelic bent (complete with some great fuzz guitar). As you've probably guessed, though the lyrics are occasionally on the clunky side ('Pink Sun'), the flip side's far more interesting.  Perhaps not the brain melting psych masterpiece dealers would have you believe, but all-in-all not a bad addition to one's catalog.  (The album was originally released with a lyric insert.)

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    The Ultimate Prophecy (Vinyl * 180GRAMl)

    The Ultimate Prophecy (Vinyl * 180GRAMl)

    1 One Time Woman 3:45
    2 Angel 3:49
    3 We Can Try 3:30
    4 Good Day Extending Company 4:44
    5 I've Never Seen You 3:18
    6 Ultimate Prophecy 4:56
    7 Death's Finale 3:36
    8 Cycles 3:06
    9 Waiting to Be Born 5:04
    10 Pink Sun 4:25

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