Iron Lung - High Bail mp3 flac download
Iron Lung  - High Bail

Iron Lung - High Bail flac mp3 download

  • Performer: Iron Lung
  • Genre: Rock, Blues
  • Album: High Bail
  • Released: 1975
  • Style: Blues Rock
  • MP3 version ZIP size: 1531 mb
  • FLAC version RAR size: 1509 mb
  • WMA version RAR size: 1147 mb
  • Other: AC3 FLAC MP3 APE AHX MP2 DXD
  • Rating: 4.8
  • Votes: 234

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Description

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A1 Because Of You 5:06
A2 High Bail
Backing Vocals – C.T.S. Express
4:44
A3 Nobody Cares 4:28
A4 The Thrill Is Over
Backing Vocals – C.T.S. ExpressSaxophone – Tom Kleeman
7:13
B1 Telephone Blues 7:18
B2 Misled
Backing Vocals – C.T.S. Express
4:09
B3 Tell Me 9:15

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – K.D.R. Records
  • Published By – Young Music Co.

Credits

  • Bass – Wayne Peterson
  • Drums – Rod Anderson
  • Engineer – Marty Churchill
  • Liner Notes – Ken Young
  • Photography By – Charles G. Radawich, Jr.
  • Rhythm Guitar, Lead Guitar, Vocals, Arranged By – Bill Boltz
  • Rhythm Guitar, Vocals – Roger Repp
  • Written-By – Boltz*, Anderson* (tracks: B1 to B3), Repp* (tracks: B1), Peterson* (tracks: B1 to B3)

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: ASCAP

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
GASP 1001 Iron Lung High Bail ‎(LP, RE) Casket Records GASP 1001 UK 1994

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Comments

Fog Fog
Druggy teenage garage blues, on par with Raven's "Back To Ohio Blues." Lyrics about boozing, needles, and getting locked up which would make you think these guys were a bit older if you didn't see the cover first. "High Bail" the song reminds me a bit of the Band (!?) and there's the C.T.S. Express female background singers adding a lot to that and a few other tracks. That's a standout, as well as "Because of You" and "Nobody Cares" which feature some good riffs and blues solos with clean tones. The big influence seems to be Canned Heat and Youlden-era Savoy Brown, and the lead singer (presumably Bill Boltz) sounds like he's giving it his all. There's that bluesy Southern drawl, which works most of the time, except on the more ballad-y numbers, such as "The Thrill Is Over," but I still dig the guitar melody and playing. The rhythm section is frenzied a-la Ten Years After, which could have been another influence. This album is not psych or hard rock for damn sure, however it is well worth investigating for a bluesy, fun, doped-up listen (and I hope they were more than half as high as they acted like!)