Bloodrock Live

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Bloodrock Live
Live album by Bloodrock
Released May 1972 [1]
Genre Hard rock
Label Capitol
Bloodrock chronology
Bloodrock U.S.A.
Bloodrock Live
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 1/5 stars[2]

Bloodrock Live is a live double album by Bloodrock released under Capitol Records in 1972. The album is mainly considered a last-ditch effort by Capitol to save Bloodrock's popularity once it began to considerably decline after the band's previous release, Bloodrock U.S.A..

While the album was marketed as being a live performance, two of the album's songs ("You Gotta Roll" and "Cheater") were actually studio recordings with dubbed applause.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "Castle of Thoughts"   3:41
2. "Breach of Lease"   10:02
3. "Lucky in the Morning"   6:02
4. "Kool-Aid Kids"   6:20
5. "D.O.A."   9:33
6. "You Gotta Roll"   5:05
7. "Cheater"   6:57
8. "Jessica"   4:39
9. "Gotta Find a Way"   9:48


  • Bloodrock Primary Artist
  • Rick Cobb Composer, Drums, Percussion
  • Ed Grundy Bass, Composer, Vocals
  • Kenneth Hamann Engineer
  • Stephen Hill Composer, Keyboards, Vocals
  • John Hoernle Art Direction
  • Andy Kent Photography
  • John Nitzinger Composer
  • Lee Pickens Composer, Guitar, Vocals
  • Neal Preston Photography
  • Jim Rutledge Composer, Remixing, Vocals
  • Nick Taylor Composer, Guitar, Vocals


  1. ^ Album Bloodrock Live reviewed in Billboard Magazine - May 27, 1972 Issue
  2. ^ Allmusic review