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Customer Reviews


All due respect, it ain't Blackfoot without Medlocke

Good but could be MUCH better

Although this new release does not include Ricky Medlocke on vocals and guitar,the music is still played well.Bobby Barth is no Medlocke,Bobby has been around for many years in his band Axe,and Bobby also recorded and toured with Blackfoot back in the late 80's, so Bobby knows his stuff.It's just not the same without Ricky. Can't control the Spires situation(R.I.P) but his replacement is a decent drummer.Greg is always fantastic on bass and Charlie has always been a excellent guitariest also.Jay Johnson who has joined the band as the 3rd guitar player and he sings some vocals,has had a long career in the music business.His Dad was the producer for Muscle Shoals back in the 70's.He produced the 1st 2 Blackfoot albums and also Skynyrd and many more. Highway Song is a better Live album though,hands down.It's the Original band can't beat that lineup.I seen them many times live. The DVD that comes with it is good.The same show and basically the same songs.

Solid live performance

On it's own merits, this is a solid live album. All the music is played tight. This is just as much Blackfoot as when Medlocke used the Blackfoot name without Walker, Hargrett and Spires. In fact, they stay tighter to the roots than when Rickey did a 'southern funk' album using the Blackfoot name.


Formed: 1972 in Jacksonville, FL

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Blackfoot were contemporaries of Lynyrd Skynyrd, and tried for years to make it as a Southern rock band, although they finally succeeded as a hard rock outfit, in the manner of AC/DC and the Scorpions. They racked up a hit album (Strikes) and a pair of successful singles ("Train, Train," "Highway Song") in the late '70s and early '80s, before they became lost in the post-MTV era of visually oriented bands. The group started out as a quartet comprising singer/guitarist Rickey Medlocke (the grandson...
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