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Dennis Totty (guitar,vocals,piano,synthesizer)
Byron Totty (bass,vocals,synthesizer)
George Cooper (drums) (1,2,3,5,7,8)
David Blue (drums) (6,9)
Roger Roden (drums) (4)
1 Thus Saith The Lord
2 T-Town Tears
3 Crack In The Cosmic Egg
4 Love Down By One Share (Love Song To A Whore)
5 I've Done Made Up My Mind
6 Wicked Truth
7 Trying To Forget You
8 Take Me Away Jesus
9 Somebody Help Me
From the blistering Southern Rock instrumental opener,"Thus Saith The Lord",to the final chords of "Somebody Help Me",this explosive album by the Oklahoma-based Totty brothers simply rocks from beginning to end.Dennis and Byron Totty rock their way through 9 self-penned tracks as if they're a major headlining act, instead of an obscure duo from Tulsa whose privately-pressed eponymous album from 1977 enjoyed sales of just 50 copies (the number the brothers reportedly pressed!).Influences are in abundance,Led Zeppelin's power R&B and Lynyrd Skynyrd and ZZ Top also spring easily to mind.This is an album of the highest quality that will delight fans of heavy psych and hard rock even more.Highly recommend.
Christian powertrio hardrock out of Tulsa with some psych and prog flashes not unlike Truth & Janey.Incessant guitar riffing and soloing throughout,superb bass playing,only weak spot are the vocals which almost drown in the music.A few weaker barrockers,but 3-4 extended killer blowouts make this an essential item for local 70s hardrock fans.The band also had a lesser LP "Too" in 1981...
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