Ram Jam (album)

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Ram Jam
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Studio album by Ram Jam
Released 1977 (US)
Recorded K&K Studio City-Great Neck, New York
Genre Rock, hard rock
Length 34:19
39:23 (Golden Classics)
Label Epic Records (US)
Producer Jeff Katz/Jerry Kasenetz
Ram Jam chronology
Ram Jam
(1977)
Portrait of the Artist as a Young Ram
(1978)Portrait of the Artist as a Young Ram1978

Ram Jam was the debut studio album by American rock band Ram Jam in 1977. The first track on the album, the single "Black Betty", is Ram Jam's best known song. It went to #7 on the UK singles chart in September 1977. The album reached #34 on the Billboard Pop Albums chart in the United States. The band was re-christened "American Ram Jam" for the UK market to avoid confusion with a UK band with the same name.

In 1996, the album was reissued on CD as Golden Classics with a bonus track, "I Should Have Known", which was originally the B-side to the "Black Betty" single.

Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
AllMusic 3/5 stars[1]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Black Betty" (Huddie Ledbetter) - 3:57
  2. "Let It All Out" (Bill Bartlett) - 3:59
  3. "Keep Your Hands on the Wheel" (Mike Millius, Thom Graves) - 3:34
  4. "Right on the Money" (Bartlett) - 3:11
  5. "All for the Love of Rock 'n' Roll" (Jeff Salen, Robert Butani) - 3:00
  6. "404" (G.W. Kenny) - 3:44
  7. "High Steppin'" (Bartlett) - 3:40
  8. "Overloaded" (Joseph LaPallo, William Haberman) - 2:54
  9. "Hey Boogie Woman" (Bartlett) - 3:09
  10. "Too Bad on Your Birthday" (Arthur Resnick, Charles Karp) - 3:11
  11. "I Should Have Known" - 4:50 (Bartlett) (bonus track only on Golden Classics)

Personnel[edit]

Production

References[edit]

  1. ^ Donald A. Guarisco. "Ram Jam "Ram Jam"". AllMusic.