Release Date:05/06/2016;Notes:Limited edition 180gm vinyl LP pressing. Finally back on vinyl where it belongs comes the 1970 debut record from the su...Click To Read More About This Product
Release Date:05/06/2016;Notes:Limited edition 180gm vinyl LP pressing. Finally back on vinyl where it belongs comes the 1970 debut record from the supercharged supergroup that melted minds and loudspeakers (not necessarily in that order)! We're talking Cactus, people, with the Vanilla Fudge rhythm section of bassist Tim Bogert and drummer Carmine Appice, Amboy Dukes vocalist Rusty Day, and, oh yes, the AMAZING guitarist Jim McCarty, late of the Detroit Wheels but somehow reincarnated here as the speed freak spawn of Alvin Lee, Jeff Beck, and Jimmy Page. McCarty's frenetic soloing with an impossibly overdriven tone that Jack White only dreams of matching powers (and we do mean POWERS) incredible versions of "Parchman Farm" and "You Can't Judge a Book by the Cover" as well as bloozy, boogie-in' originals like "Let Me Swim" and "Oleo." Our Real Gone reissue comes in a limited edition (of 700) 180-gram edition that captures every bit of the glorious sonic excess with the original cover art intact (hey, is that cactus giving you the finger?). TURN IT UP!;Track List:1. Parchman Farm;2. My Lady from South of Detroit;3. Bro. Bill;4. You Can't Judge a Book By the Cover;5. Let Me Swim;6. No Need to Worry;7. Oleo;8. Feel So Good;Special Attributes:180 GRAM VINYL, LIMITED EDITION
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