Bloodrock 2

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Bloodrock 2
Studio album by Bloodrock
Released October 1970
Genre Hard rock, blues rock
Label Capitol (ST-491)
Producer Terry Knight
Bloodrock chronology
Bloodrock
(1970)
Bloodrock 2
(1970)
Bloodrock 3
(1971)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2.5/5 stars [1]

Bloodrock 2 is the second album by the Texas hard rock band Bloodrock, released on Capitol Records in 1970 and produced by Terry Knight. Early the following year, the gory extended track "D.O.A." became the biggest hit of Bloodrock's career when issued in shorter form as a single. The album was certified Gold by the RIAA January 3, 1990. Art direction: George Osaka. (The motivation for writing this song was explained in 2005 by guitarist Lee Pickens. “When I was 17, I wanted to be an airline pilot,” Pickens said. “I had just gotten out of this airplane with a friend of mine, at this little airport, and I watched him take off. He went about 200 feet in the air, rolled and crashed.” The band decided to write a song around the incident and include it on this, their second album).[citation needed]

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "Lucky in the Morning (John Nitzinger)"   5:48
2. "Cheater (Cobb/Grundy/Hill/Pickens/Taylor)"   6:52
3. "Sable and Pearl (John Nitzinger)"   4:58
4. "Fallin' (Cobb/Grundy/Hill)"   4:06
5. "Children's Heritage (John Nitzinger)"   3:34
6. "Dier Not a Lover (Gummett/Hill/Pickens)"   4:10
7. "D.O.A. (Cobb/Grundy/Hill/Pickens/Rutledge)"   8:30
8. "Fancy Space Odyssey (John Nitzinger)"   5:11

Credits[edit]

  • Bloodrock Primary Artist
  • Rick Cobb - Drums, Percussion
  • Eddie Grundy - Bass, Vocals
  • Steve Hill - Keyboards, Vocals
  • Lee Pickens - Lead Guitar, Vocals
  • Jim Rutledge -Vocals
  • Nick Taylor - Rhythm and Lead Guitar, Vocals


References[edit]

  1. ^ Guarisco, Donald A. Bloodrock: Bloodrock 2 > Review at AllMusic. Retrieved 14 July 2011.