Category: Classic Rock

Rat Race - Jodo (3) - Guts (Vinyl, LP, Album)

8 thoughts on “ Rat Race - Jodo (3) - Guts (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Aug 07,  · Concluding the album is a reprise track of "Rat Race", again by Baha Men. But this is the "Choir Version" - basically the same song, but with a full chorus singing it. It's novel, and as enjoyable as the original performance. But wait, there's more! A hidden bonus track, "America Rocks" resides at the end of the album.
  2. The Jodo 'Guts' album was released at about the same time as Green Bullfrog in the US, on the same label, Decca. 'Guts' is an album worth having if you're into 70s riff rock ala Leafhound, etc. Jordan sounds as if he is black, and sings not unlike Mike Harrison of Spooky Tooth/5(7).
  3. Aug 17,  · The rest of the album is fun too. New themes are introduced in "Wanna See a Heart", "Stealing Some Gas" and "The Squirrel Lady". The "Rat Race Theme" makes its last and longest appearance in "Arrival at Silver City." This is a great orchestral/choral, slap-stick humorous score and is a must-have for all music lovers/5(5).
  4. Jodo - Guts () Artist: Jodo Country: UK Album: Guts Genre: Hard Rock, Blues Rock Year Of Release: Quality: mp3 kbps | FLAC (image+.cue) Size: 88,02 Mb | ,20Mb Tracklist: 01 - Nightmare 02 - One Night Stand 03 - I'm Still Trying 04 - What's Your Number 05 - Rat Race 06 - Seventeen 07 - Wish You'D Never Been Born 08 - It's No Good.
  5. 3. The Man With The Golden Arm from THE MAN WITH THE GOLDEN ARM: 4. Follow Me (Love Song) from MUTINY ON THE BOUNTY: 5. Main Title from THE CARPETBAGGERS: 6. Main Title from RAT RACE: 7. Sweet Smell Of Success from SWEET SMELL OF SUCCESS: 8. Anna Lucasta from ANNA LUCASTA: 9. Radio Hysteria from SUDDEN FEAR: Night Theme from WALK ON THE.
  6. Never played, no scratches, no marks. Recorded at De Lane Lea Studios, London. Produced by Derek nophodibemarripencisinsathena.coinfo date: Feb 08,
  7. Jodo 'Guts' LP - Jodo's "Guts" LP is a favourite album which I found way back, and have often wondered about as there is so little information out there, making it something of an enigma. Spurred on by recently finding an original copy of the LP, I have contacted Rod Alexander, founding member and guitarist of Jodo.
  8. Hard Rock, Proto Metal, Proto Doom, Stoner Rock and Heavy Prog/Psych obscurities of the '60s and '70s.

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