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Blackrock - "Yeah, Yeah" mp3 album

  • Performer: Blackrock
  • Title: "Yeah, Yeah"
  • Genre: Funk
  • Released: 2018
  • Style: Rhythm & Blues
  • MP3 album: 1679 mb
  • FLAC album: 1489 mb
  • Rating: 4.9/5
  • Votes: 280
Blackrock  - "Yeah, Yeah" mp3 album

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Blackrock (2). Members: Archie Turner, Cornell McFadden, Kirk Dudley, Willie Pettis. 006. Blackrock (2). "Yeah, Yeah" ‎(12").

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1 "Yeah, Yeah" (1969 Edit) 2:55
2 "Yeah, Yeah" (Extended Version) 3:35
3 Bad Cloud Overhead (1969 Edit) 3:33
4 Images 5:48

Companies, etc.

  • Mastered At – Euphonic Masters – S.O.H. 006
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Select-O-Hits – S.O.H. 006
  • Copyright (c) – Select-O-Hits – S.O.H. 006


"Yeah, Yeah", by the mysterious Memphis underground group Blackrock, was originally recorded in 1969 and released as a 45 RPM 7" single. It's become a cult classic and been sampled by artists such as The Black Keys, Royce Da 5'9, The Roots, and Snow. (It's believed that Jay-Z also recorded a track featuring the sample which has never been released.) Formed by two session musicians from Stax Records (Archie Turner, Cornell McFadden) and two session musicians from Hi Records (Willie Pettis, Kurt Dudley), Blackrock appeared for a short time on the Memphis music scene, and it's believed that they first performed at the 1970 Memphis Country Blues Festival at what was then the Overton Park Shell, sharing the line-up with Sid Selvidge, Electric Blues Watermelon, Furry Lewis and Bukka White, among others. They recorded two incredible sides of a 45 single for the Select-O-Hits label in North Memphis. "Yeah, Yeah" was an amazing slab of funk with a rock-hard foundation of drumming provided by McFadden. The flip side "Bad Cloud Overhead" was more dark and foreboding, with lyrics about the drug culture and "gettin busted." Both singles were edited out of a longer continuous performance that had been recorded. Both appear on this RSD 2018 release, along with an extended version of "Yeah Yeah" and an unreleased track.

Record Store Day 2018 exclusive release.
Limited to 1000 Copies

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 097037690618
  • Label Code: S.O.H. 006

Reviews about Blackrock - "Yeah, Yeah" (2):
I too was really excited. I actually measured it. Side A has 1 1/4 inches of music and 2 1/2 inches of dead wax.Side B has 1 3/4 inches of music and 2 inches of dead wax.The sound quality isn't great either. This could easily have been a 7".Poor show selecto hits..... Poor show....The only saving grace is it's an affordable way to get the tunes on vinyl. If you can, save for an original. They sound way better.
I was pretty excited about getting this 12" until I got it home & looked at the vinyl. The A Side has about 2.5" of dead wax & the B Side about 2"! I thought the whole point of a 45 rpm or 33 rpm 12" w/ 2 songs on each side is so you can cut really deep/wide grooves for great sound quality. I don't understand how this made it past quality control or the test press stage. Pretty LAME Select O Hits! I won't be buying anymore of your releases.

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