"Easily on my Top Ten list of long-out-of-print records that deserve a CD reissue. The title track is a slam-bangin' chunk of rock and funk that's pushed by a great session band including guitarist Jesse Carr and drummer Johnny Sandlin, and is easily Dogg's finest moment on record. But the rest of this is great too, ranging from the consumer nightmare "Synthetic World" to the paternity blues of "Mama's Baby, Daddy's Maybe." Plus, Dogg is a great singer, and his dizzying range gets a workout on these songs. Good luck finding a copy." (AMG, by John Dougan)
That's because I love this album that I put it today on action-time. This uploading is made from my own ancient french edition vinyl copy, (Disques Vogue), that implies some desagreements for all of you that are Hifi addicteds.
But You"ll understand that at this point, that's not the principal. Caus all the music is here, and it's soooo great !
Listen to Redneck
ps : Thank you brother MadGloo for this one, I can't remember where you find it, but this was the big deal !
1. Total Destruction To Your Mind
2. Synthetic World
3. Dust Your Head Color Red
5. If I Die Tomorrow (I've Lived Tonight)
6. I Was Born Blue
8. The World Beyond
9. These Are Not My People
10. Everything You'll Ever Need
11. The Baby Is Mine
12. Mama's Baby, Daddy's Maybe
Oh, yes, some links : one for the super bio and disco of Swamp Dogg on :
(no covers, but you surely can find it elsewhere)
the second for a fun site listing all the worst album covers ever, (and two of Swamp Dogg) :
and to finish, for the french readers, Hector wrote a cool paper in the zine “Here“, in the 90's which was a special Swamp Dogg. So if you're interested, I can perhaps propose a PDF file of this one.
Oh, yes, the file :
pw, of course is wtai