Coldblooded (album)

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Coldblooded
Studio album by The Bar-Kays
Released 1974
Recorded 1974
Genre Soul Funk
Label Volt Records
Producer Allen Jones
The Bar-Kays chronology
Do You See What I See?
(1972)
Coldblooded
(1974)
Too Hot To Stop
(1976)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars [1]

Coldblooded is an album by the Memphis, Tennessee-based R&B group The Bar-Kays. Released in 1974, it was their last album for Volt Records before moving on to Mercury Records in 1976. This album did not chart.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Coldblooded" (James Alexander, Lester Snell, Lloyd Smith, Willie Hall, Winston Stewart) 5:49
  2. "Harmony" (Joe Shamwell) 3:36
  3. "In The Scheme of Things" (Charles Allen, Lloyd Smith) 4:21
  4. "Waiting and Hating" (Allen Jones, Harvey Henderson) 3:57
  5. "Smiling, Styling and Profiling" (Joe Shamwell) 3:19
  6. "Frame of Mind" (Allen Jones, Larry Dodson) 4:37
  7. "(I've Got To) Use My Imagination" (Barry Goldberg, Gerry Goffin) 4:20
  8. "Fightin' Fire With Fire" (Allen Jones, Lester Snell, Willie Brown) 4:24
  9. "Would I If I Could" (Allen Jones, Harvey Henderson, Larry Dodson) 3:37
  10. "Be Yourself" (Allen Jones, Harvey Henderson) 3:32

Personnel[edit]

  • James Alexander - Bass, Lead Vocals
  • Larry Dotson - Lead Vocals
  • Charles Allen - Trumpet, Lead Vocals
  • Winston Stewart - Keyboards, Organ, Vibraphone
  • Lloyd Smith - Guitar (Lead and 12 Strings)
  • Harvey Henderson - Tenor Saxophone, Flute
  • Hot Buttered Soul - Backing Vocals

References[edit]

  1. ^ Wynn, Ron. The Bar-Kays: Coldblooded > Review at AllMusic. Retrieved 02 September 2011.

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