Blackwater Park (band)

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Blackwater Park
Origin Berlin, Germany
Genres Progressive rock,[1] hard rock
Labels Second Battle
Associated acts Murphy Blend
Members Richard Routledge
Michael Fechner
Andreas Scholz
Norbert Kagelmann

Blackwater Park was a progressive rock band from Berlin, Germany, with an English vocalist.[1] They released only one album, Dirt Box, which included a cover of The Beatles' "For No One". The album was originally released in 1971 and re-released in 1990.[2] The name of the band comes from the name of the gothic mansion setting of Wilkie Collins' The Woman in White.[3] Mikael Åkerfeldt of Opeth named one of his band's albums after this band.



Dirt Box (1971)[edit]

  1. "Mental Block" - 3:18
  2. "Roundabout" - 5:27
  3. "One's Life" - 3:09
  4. "Indian Summer" - 6:16
  5. "Dirty Face" - 4:30
  6. "Rock Song" - 8:46
  7. "For No One" - 3:29 (Lennon–McCartney)

(All tracks accredited to Blackwater Park unless stated)

Total Length = 36:00


  1. ^ a b c "Biography by Eduardo Rivadavia". Retrieved 25 June 2010. 
  2. ^ Ari Abramowitz Pockit Rockit Music Finder -2004 Page 70 " BLACKWATER PARK: Overlooked German 70s hard rock band whose one album, with its tight playing, concise writing, & strong vocals, holds its own with the best hard rock of the era. .. Best Album: Dirt Box "
  3. ^ "Reading Blackwater Park: Gothicism, Narrative, and Ideology in The Woman in White." Studies in the Novel 25.3 (1993):