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One of the most interesting GLAM ROCK albums...

He was planned to be a "second" David Bowie. Was to openly gay at this time.
The audience never really connected to lyrics and style. However, haunting and tragic melodies
in contrast with the glam side of rock.

Worth owning it at least as MP3, more even on good old vinyl.

Ahead of its time

Though this album was horribly received and over hyped at the time of its release in 1973, it proves to be a landmark in music. The innovative combination of classical piano and rock and roll work well in this album. A bit overproduced but the incredible talent of Jobraith Boone shines through nevertheless. His skillful and ornate song writing portrays his talent as a musician. This album serves as a testament to what should of been but never was.


Born: December 14, 1946 in King of Prussia, PA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '70s

Widely acclaimed today as the first ever openly (and genuinely) gay rock star, an iconic status which only seems to harden as time passes, Jobriath can also be described among the saddest casualties in modern musical history. The two albums he cut during 1973-1975 are collectors items today and deservedly so. But for at least two decades after their release, their maker's name was more likely to be evoked as an example of the dangers of hype, than anything else, with the actual quality of both his...
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music, Glam Rock
  • Released: 1973

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