Black Oak Arkansas – Black Oak Arkansas (1971/2000) [FLAC 24bit/96kHz]

Black Oak Arkansas - Black Oak Arkansas (1971/2000) [FLAC 24bit/96kHz] Download

Black Oak Arkansas – Black Oak Arkansas (1971/2000)
FLAC (tracks) 24 bit/96 kHz | Time – 33:34 minutes | 726 MB | Genre: Southern Rock, Rock
Studio Masters, Official Digital Download | Front Cover | © RT Industries

Produced by Iron Butterfly’s Lee Dorman and Mike Pinera, Black Oak Arkansas introduced a three-guitar thunderstorm underpinning the scary basso profundo growls of lead singer Jim “Dandy” Mangrum. This was a sound unlike any other on the then-nascent Southern rock scene. With songs like “Hot and Nasty,” “Lord Have Mercy on My Soul,” and an otherworldly cover of Guy Mitchell’s hit “Singing the Blues,” Black Oak found a cult following through incessant touring with the likes of the Allman Brothers Band. This is not pretty music, but it does have a propulsive kick to it, with the guitars going in several directions at once while Jim Dandy’s Howlin’ Wolf-influenced vocals lay out a strange blend of macho sexual and religious imagery. Although the sound would quickly become cartoonish over subsequent releases, this initial release contained the spark of the new and different.

Tracklist:

01. Black Oak Arkansas – Uncle Lijiah (03:21)
02. Black Oak Arkansas – Memories At The Window (04:02)
03. Black Oak Arkansas – The Hills Of Arkansas (03:47)
04. Black Oak Arkansas – I Could Love You (05:12)
05. Black Oak Arkansas – Hot And Nasty (02:57)
06. Black Oak Arkansas – Singing The Blues (02:24)
07. Black Oak Arkansas – Lord Have Mercy On My Soul (06:12)
08. Black Oak Arkansas – When Electricity Came To Arkansas (05:36)

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