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SEALED. FRENCH PRESSING/RELEASE; 2013 REISSUE; GATE FOLD; PRINTED LYRICS INNER SLEEVE WITH B5 AS A BONUS TRACK NOT ON ORIGINAL 1972 RELEASE. JACKET: NO CUTS, HOLES OR RING WEAR, CORNERS, SEAMS SPINE INTACT. VINYL: SEALED
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4.5 out of 54.5 out of 5
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Captain K
3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
A fine album lost in the shuffle
Reviewed in the United States on July 15, 2012
Jimmy Carl Black was "the Indian in the group" who drummed for the Mothers of Invention. When Frank Zappa revamped his lineup Black and fellow Mother "Bunk" Gardner split to form this ensemble named after Black''s son. (I have heard that the younger Black carried on the... See more
Jimmy Carl Black was "the Indian in the group" who drummed for the Mothers of Invention. When Frank Zappa revamped his lineup Black and fellow Mother "Bunk" Gardner split to form this ensemble named after Black''s son. (I have heard that the younger Black carried on the name.) The best description is "progressive" a la Zappa, but there''s down''n''dirty LA rock here as well, plus some surprisingly tuneful stuff from Gardner. It''s not entirely consistent - sounds like selections from three or four different bands - and most would consider it an oddity, but would be of interest to Zappa/Mothers fans.
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JIM Carson
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Five Stars
Reviewed in the United States on April 14, 2018
Excellent thank you
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Andy25
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
A great period piece
Reviewed in the United States on May 19, 2010
This album had a great influence on me as a late teenager and Zappa fan. It''s funky and tight and the lyrics are political on several tracks. You can hear the Zappa influence. There''s a great song about nature and about native Americans and the brash attitude of... See more
This album had a great influence on me as a late teenager and Zappa fan. It''s funky and
tight and the lyrics are political on several tracks. You can hear the Zappa influence.
There''s a great song about nature and about native Americans and the brash attitude of the
white man. A great period piece and it''s too bad there weren''t more known releases from
this group.
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javier guzman
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Good product and seller
Reviewed in the United States on December 24, 2016
Great cd, really thank you. Happy Holidays!
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Amazon Customer
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Five Stars
Reviewed in the United States on May 27, 2016
Superb album. Underappreciated band. R.I.P. Jimmy Carl.
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5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Awesome! Outstanding
Reviewed in the United States on October 17, 2015
Awesome! Outstanding! LOVE IT!
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Simcha Abramson
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Loved Geronimo Black
Reviewed in the United States on December 21, 2013
I''ve been waiting fro this disc since my 1972 album was destroyed. Great stuff from a great band. RIP Jimmy Carl Black
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Edward A. Granados
5.0 out of 5 stars
The Indian of the Group
Reviewed in the United States on January 5, 2002
What can anyone say about the unique Jimmy Carl Black ex drummer and Indian of the group Mothers of Invention. Jimmy Black at his finest with a great lineup that I had the chance to see perform this album at an in store concert(Tower Records) for the release of this album.... See more
What can anyone say about the unique Jimmy Carl Black ex drummer and Indian of the group Mothers of Invention. Jimmy Black at his finest with a great lineup that I had the chance to see perform this album at an in store concert(Tower Records) for the release of this album. the opening song "Low Riding Man" shows his Los Angeles influence, a nice tune that gets you moving with horns by the great ex Mothers Bunk Gardner and the very inovative ex "Love" member TJ Contrelli. A nice laid back tune "Siesta" with some very mellow flute stands out as does the song L.A. County Jail 59''which has TJ on vocals and horns in the story of the stay at LA''s finest junkie hotel around. The song "Other Man" has some nice vocals and harmony from Denny Walley and Tom Leavey. you will notice some very distinct horn patterns reminiscent to the old Mothers sound, ala Bunk Gardner. Jimmy Carl Black has always been way ahead of his time in this project as well as The Grandmothers collection. A must for his fans of any era.
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karl peters
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Five Stars
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on September 7, 2015
very good album talented band
very good album talented band
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Frank Buschmann
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Der Indianer der Band...
Reviewed in Germany on July 9, 2009
...so hat sich Jimmy Carl Black auf den frühen Platten der Mothers of Invention stets vorgestellt, und in seiner kurzlebigen Band aus den frühen 70ern kommt dieses Erbe endlich mal ausführlicher zum Zug. Grundsätzlich spielen er und seine Kollegen, die zum Teil ebenfalls...See more
...so hat sich Jimmy Carl Black auf den frühen Platten der Mothers of Invention stets vorgestellt, und in seiner kurzlebigen Band aus den frühen 70ern kommt dieses Erbe endlich mal ausführlicher zum Zug. Grundsätzlich spielen er und seine Kollegen, die zum Teil ebenfalls von den alten Mothers kommen, rauhen, bodenständigen Bluesrock mit einigen Instrumentaleinheiten, die Zappas Einfluss verraten, doch wer auf die Songtexte achtet, hört das eine oder andere kritische Wort zum Leben der Indianer einst und heute. Black singt ein bisschen wie Captain Beefheart, die Musiker sind natürlich erstklassig, und alles in allem ist dies eine hübsche Rarität aus dem großen Dunstkreis Zappas, dabei aber ganz eigenständig.
...so hat sich Jimmy Carl Black auf den frühen Platten der Mothers of Invention stets vorgestellt, und in seiner kurzlebigen Band aus den frühen 70ern kommt dieses Erbe endlich mal ausführlicher zum Zug. Grundsätzlich spielen er und seine Kollegen, die zum Teil ebenfalls von den alten Mothers kommen, rauhen, bodenständigen Bluesrock mit einigen Instrumentaleinheiten, die Zappas Einfluss verraten, doch wer auf die Songtexte achtet, hört das eine oder andere kritische Wort zum Leben der Indianer einst und heute. Black singt ein bisschen wie Captain Beefheart, die Musiker sind natürlich erstklassig, und alles in allem ist dies eine hübsche Rarität aus dem großen Dunstkreis Zappas, dabei aber ganz eigenständig.
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Richard Bell
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
A gem that should have been something.
Reviewed in Canada on September 25, 2015
Remember when you used to sit down and listen to an album and just dug it all the way thru? That''s this album. If you like late 60s, early 70s rock music that has something special, that''s this album Some very good tunes played by some very good players.
Remember when you used to sit down and listen to an album and just dug it all the way thru?
That''s this album. If you like late 60s, early 70s rock music that has something special, that''s this album
Some very good tunes played by some very good players.
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chris elliott
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
God Bless Jim Black
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on May 30, 2013
Jim is no longer with us. A wonderful drummer and a great bloke. Never any trouble. He was always willing to have a word. A professional to the end. I''m glad I met and spoke to him. Always The Indian of the Group. Always so much more
Jim is no longer with us. A wonderful drummer and a great bloke. Never any trouble. He was always willing to have a word. A professional to the end. I''m glad I met and spoke to him. Always The Indian of the Group. Always so much more
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hoppe michael
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geronimo black
Reviewed in Germany on May 2, 2021
immer noch gut
immer noch gut
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