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May be the best album no one has ever heard...

...and Tim Bogert might also be the best bass player in history


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Have you been in a coma?

Little group called Cream was okay too

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Little group called Cream was okay too
Meaning what exactly???

I'll bet it's you, me and Blarney that know this album...maybe a few other stragglers.

...and I like Blind Faith better

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Meaning what exactly???

I'll bet it's you, me and Blarney that know this album...maybe a few other stragglers.

...and I like Blind Faith better
Just f'n with you: just shocked me to see such a classic album talked about like it was new.

I would say these are Rock Demi-Gods that anyone who states they are into music should know.



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Just f'n with you: just shocked me to see such a classic album talked about like it was new.

I would say these are Rock Demi-Gods that anyone who states they are into music should know.



Bug would know them too
Oh, I know

And yes, Bug I suppose is in that group...but I try not to think of him, we're on the outs.

...and hey, I'm 26!

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Amazing that someone your age knows this album-but then again, you're THE "Renaissance man"


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Dude, my copy of that album on Vinyl is older than you!

Glad you're discovering "new" music.

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Dude, my copy of that album on Vinyl is older than you!

Glad you're discovering "new" music.
+1 and seen em' play LIVE.

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Amazing that someone your age knows this album-but then again, you're THE "Renaissance man"
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+1 and seen em' play LIVE.
The 'ole man was a career rock drummer...I've been diggin on this album (on vinyl) for years...I've just been around the stuff for so long, there is just nothing comparable today

Tim Bogert disappeared after this album. My dad's friend is a custom guitar/bass builder and would bump into him at bass conventions (yeah, they have those) but no more albums.

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