Blackfoot   Medicine Man
Release Date: 1990

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3.0 goodpencils3 | November 16th 11

This is a decent rock album, which probably deserves more attention that it received - probably because hair metal and this blues-rock sound had peaked by this point. Ricky Medlocke is the sole remaining member from their heyday, but it only goes to prove that he was the only necessary member needed to produce a worthy Blackfoot release anyway. Taster tracks would probably be Soldier Blue and Not Gonna Cry Anymore. If you want a decent acoustic instrumental, you will enjoy Navarre - short, but pretty. The whole album comes in at a concise 35 minutes or so, providing a bitesize sliver of melodic southern rock packed with some fantastic retro tunes. There is even a cover of 'The Stealer' by Free thrown in in the mix. Fans of Bon Jovi would probably like this.


3.0 good69thblizard | April 4th 19
2.5 averagedanperezsputnik | March 24th 16
3.0 goodpowrnap | February 6th 14
2.5 averageLivinglegend | November 14th 12

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