Blackfoot   Flyin' High
Release Date: 1976

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3.5 greatpencils3 | November 16th 11

This ballsy blues rock album was the second release by Medlocke and the boys. Straight out of the gate, Feelin' Good hits the ground with a short but pacy no nonsense, guitar driven weekend anthem. Charlie Hargett shows his credentials with some impressive lead work which set the tone for the rest of the album. The rolling drums and chunky riffs of the title track, Flyin' High, combine with Greg Walker's bouncing bass line to add to the party, giving the album a strong start. Other memorable tracks are Stranger On The Road, Dancin' Man and the Native American rhythms of Madness. It may not have the maturity of Strikes, but this album is a diamond in the dust.


3.5 greatsardonicus | April 30th 19
4.0 excellentdanperezsputnik | March 24th 16
4.0 excellentHanders | August 23rd 13

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