Arthur Lee - Vindicator - Limited Edition 180 Gram Gatefold LP
180 GRAM GATEFOLD LP
VINDICATOR is the debut solo album by Arthur Lee, formerly of the legendary ‘60s band LOVE. Released in 1972 by A&M, the LP features a muscular set of guitar-fueled hard rock laced with blues. The influence of Lee’s friend Jimi Hendrix is prevalent throughout the record. Included here is the superb soul spin “Everybody’s Gotta Live”.
1. SAD SONG 2:20
2.YOU CAN SAVE UP TO 50% BUT YOU’RE STILL A LONG WAYS FROM HOME 0:17
3. LOVE JUMPED THROUGH MY WINDOW 2:57
4. FIND SOMEBODY 3:47
5. HE SAID SHE SAID 2:18
6. EVERY TIME I LOOK UP I’M DOWN OR WHITE DOG (I DON’T KNOW WHAT THAT MEANS!) 3:57
All tunes written and arranged by Arthur Lee. Produced by Arthur Lee Production Co-ordination by Allan McDougall
1. EVERYBODY’S GOTTA LIVE 3:31
2. YOU WANT CHANGE FOR YOUR RE-RUN 4:17
3. HE KNOWS A LOT OF GOOD WOMEN (OR SCOTTY’S SONG) 3:14
4. HAMBURGER BREATH STINKFINGER 2:44
5. OL’ MORGUE MOUTH 0:56
6. BUSTED FEET 4:54
All tunes written and arranged by Arthur Lee, except “Busted Feet” written and arranged by Arthur Lee and Charles Karp.
Produced by Arthur Lee Production Co-ordination by Allan McDougall Producer: Arthur Lee / Production Co-ordination by Allan McDougall / Engineer: Tommy Vicari, assisted by Steve Mitchell Arthur Lee: vocals, rhythm guitar throughout, piano on cut 8 / Don Poncher: drums throughout / Charles Karp: lead guitar on cuts 1 3 5 6 7 8 9 12 / David Hull: bass guitar on cuts 1 3 5 6 7 8 9 12 / Craig Tarwater: lead guitar on cuts 4 10 11 / Frank Fayad: bass guitar on cuts 4 10 11 / Clarence McDonald: organ on cut 4 Recorded at A&M Studios, Hollywood Photography Credits: Elijah Alfred (front and back cover, some inserts) / Herbert Worthington / Jim McCrary / Jeffrey Eisen / Shepard Sherbell Art Direction: Roland Young Album Design Conception: Dr. Hyde alias Arthur Lee.