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Like a hot knife through butter.

Unfortunately, it sounds like they don't have the original tapes but even so this is one fine, funky album. I still remember setting the needle down and that first rim shot of Shop Talk. This is an album that gets down to business, right away. For my money, they could have called this one Thriller.


Voice, piano, guitar, jazz-drum - what more do you need to make a jazz-fusion album great? I had this album in vinyl and this is a sweet way to return to the sounds of a wonderful group and excellent music. If you liked John Coltraine, you will DEFINITELY appreciate COLD BLOOD.

Lydia Pense and Cold Blood "The Black Album"

Why is'nt this album available on cd? This is by far their best work. Song after Song is good. I Love You More Than You'll Ever Know has to be one of their GREATEST Hits ever. Released in 1976, Lydia Pense and Cold Blood offers up some smokers, including: I Get Off On You, It Takes A Lot Of Good Lovin' (Judy Clay) and I Love You More Than You'll Ever Know. If you wanna here a solid sounding band of the 70's with a pint size singer that can belt out the notes! then you have to check this album out. All of their other albums are good also, but the Black album with the blood drop frozen inside of the ice cube is the one for the collection.


Formed: 1968 in San Francisco, CA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '60s, '70s

A San Francisco-based R&B band originally formed by guitarist Larry Field as the "New Invaders" in the wake of the Summer of Love, Cold Blood had the key elements of strong female vocalist, a fine guitarist, and a powerful horn section. After successful gigs at Golden Gate Park and at the Fillmore, they were signed by impresario Bill Graham to his new San Francisco Records label, on which they released their self-titled debut in 1969. Four more albums followed over the next five years -- in fact,...
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