Δευτέρα, 19 Ιανουαρίου 2009

BLACKFOOT- Siogo (1983)


Blackfoot are known as one of the greatest southern rock bands. Albums like ''Strikes'' and ''Marauder'' prove that true. In 1983 they released an album with a more hard rock/ AOR sound. Uriah Heep's Ken Hensley had just joined the band and he contributed a lot to the new sound. Send me an angel and Teenage idol are the most known songs on the album and they are pure masterpieces of 80's hard 'n' heavy. But the album has more to offer than just those two songs. Some songs sound a little too commercial for a band that was into southern/hard rock, but they are nice too. Especially Crossfire, Sail away and Run for cover count among the best moments of ''Siogo''. And there's this overlooked gem, a pure to the bone southern hard rock piece, White man's land. 3 minutes of guitar frenzy and raw vocals. Got to tune that one up! Check out 1994's ''After the reign'' it's a very solid effort too, though at that time the only surviving member was singer/guitarist Rick Medlocke (now in Lynyrd Skynyrd).

ENJOY!!!

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4 σχόλια:

LΟUIS είπε...

Aπιστευτο album οταν θελουν αυτοι οι Ινδιανοι κανουν θαυματα.

JUST REAL DIAMONDS είπε...

Το ολοκλήρωσες τελικά εκείνο το επικό αφιέρωμα στο Southern?

LΟUIS είπε...

Ναι το'χω ετοιμο...

Asriel είπε...

Φιλε το λινκ δε δουλευει :/
Συνεχισε την απιστευτη δουλεια!!!