Bloodrock - Erosion / Castle Of Thoughts album download
|Castle Of Thoughts||4:40|
|3320||Bloodrock||Erosion / Castle Of Thoughts (7")||Capitol Records||3320||US||1972|
|ECR-10111||Bloodrock||Castle Of Thoughts (7", Single)||Capitol Records||ECR-10111||Japan||1972|
|PRO-6486, Promo-3320||Bloodrock||Erosion (7", Mono, Promo)||Capitol Records||PRO-6486, Promo-3320||US||1972|
|3320||Bloodrock||Erosion/Castle Of Thought (7", Single)||Capitol Records||3320||US||1972|
.Castle Of Thoughts (7", Single). PRO-6486, Promo-3320. Erosion (7", Mono, Promo).
Bloodrock 2 was their most successful album peaking at number 21 on the Billboard Pop Album Chart in 1971, mostly on the strength of their single ". which reached number 36 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart on March 6, 1971. also gave the band considerable regional exposure throughout the Southwest and West, particularly in Texas and Southern California.
Erosion/Castle Of Thought (7", Single).
Bloodrock (1970 - Bloodrock) – 08. Fantastic Piece Of Architecture. Bloodrock Bloodrock 1970 – Timepiece. Bloodrock (US) 1970 – Castle Of Thoughts. Bloodrock - Bloodrock 2 – 8. Fancy Space Odyssey.
The subsequent album, Passage was the last time Bloodrock visited the charts. It peaked at number 104 on the Billboard 200 in 1972. 1973 brought another personnel change: Rick Cobb vacated the drums to be replaced by Randy Reader. This line up recorded one album: Whirlwind Tongues (1974). The end of the road for Bloodrock came in 1975. Randy Reader left the group and an album, Unspoken Words, remained unreleased until 2000, where it was included as part of the CD release Triptych (along with Passage and Whirlwind Tongues). Unspoken Words featured Bill Ham and Matt Betton. Erosion, Castle Of Thoughts.
This song is by Bloodrock and appears on the album Bloodrock (1970). Here I stand in the castle of my thoughtsLookin' for a new way outHere I stand in the cottage of my dreamsNothin' for me to doubt. If I find a way out of hereIt won't hurt me a bitI can get back just as easy as can beLike fallin' off a picket fence. People have told me and so can youWhen things are at their bestPlaces to go, we've got things to doThink I'm gonna sit and rest.
Album: The Bloodrock Reunion Concert (Live), 2007. Bloodrock initially formed in Fort Worth in 1963, under the name The Naturals. This first lineup featured Jim Rutledge, Nick Taylor, Ed Grundy and Dean Parks. They released their first single in 1965 Hey Girl b/w I Want You.
Album · 1970 · 9 Songs. See All. Bloodrock 3. 1971.