Black Oak Arkansas (album)

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Black Oak Arkansas
Studio album by Black Oak Arkansas
Released March 1971
Genre Southern rock/Country rock
Length 32:10
Label Atco
Producer Lee Dorman & Mike Pinera
Black Oak Arkansas chronology
Black Oak Arkansas
Keep the Faith
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars [1]

Black Oak Arkansas is the 1971 eponymous debut album by Black Oak Arkansas.

Track listing[edit]

All selections written by Black Oak Arkansas, except where noted.

  1. "Uncle Lijiah" - 3:17
  2. "Memories at the Window" - 3:05
  3. "The Hills of Arkansas" - 3:45
  4. "I Could Love You" - 6:10
  5. "Hot and Nasty" - 2:55 (Daugherty-Jett-Knight-Reynolds-Smith-Stone)
  6. "Singing the Blues" - 2:17 (Melvin Endsley)
  7. "Lord Have Mercy on My Soul" - 6:15
  8. "When Electricity Came to Arkansas" - 4:26



  • Published by Far Fetched Music (ASCAP).
  • Produced by Lee Dorman and Mike Pinera.
  • Executive Producers: Sheldon Krechman, Lee Weisel.
  • Recorded at Paramamount Recording Studios and *Gold Star Recording Studios, Hollywood, Calif.
  • Engineers: Brian Bruderlin, *Stan Ross.
  • Remixed by Jay Senter and Doc Siegel.
  • Cover design and photos by Eve Babitz.


Album - Billboard (North America)[2]

Year Chart Position
1971 The Billboard 200 127