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The last show.

These guys got together to do this one show as a benefit for one of the members fighting cancer. It wasn't a big budget production and the guys were pushing 60. Not the best but of you we're there, this is good memories. Proceeds from this sale should still benefit the member of BR. For that alone it's worth the purchase.

Bloodrock Live

Of all the good Bloodrock albums, this has to be the worse. They have some really good albums, so pleae don't be misled by this one.

Wait for the good albums

This album is lame, but Bloodrock were good. I only listened to their first three albums in the seventies. Many people liked Bloodrock 2 a lot, and it had the hit D.O. A. on it. But, trust me, Bloodrock 3 was much better. Especially with Jessica and Kool-Aid Kids on it. Great seventies hard rock.

Skip this lame live album. Wait till they get some good Bloodrock up here.


Formed: Fort Worth, TX

Genre: Hard Rock

Years Active: '60s, '70s

Bloodrock was an early '70s hard rock band from Fort Worth, TX, led by singer/drummer Jim Rutledge for the first LP. They charted with six albums between 1970 and 1972 and scored a Top 40 hit with the morbid "D.O.A."...
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The Bloodrock Reunion Concert (Live), Bloodrock
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music
  • Released: Jul 01, 2007

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