Steppenwolf – At Your Birthday Party (1969/2015) [Qobuz FLAC 24bit/192kHz]

Steppenwolf – At Your Birthday Party (1969/2015) 
FLAC (tracks) 24-bit/192 kHz | Time – 00:41:06 minutes |  1,56 GB | Genre: Rock
Studio Master, Official Digital Download |  Source:Qobuz |  Front cover
© Geffen Records | Recorded: December 1968 – February 1969

At Your Birthday Party is the third studio album by Steppenwolf, released in 1969 (see 1969 in music) on the label ABC Dunhill Records. It was the first Steppenwolf album to feature bass player Nick St. Nicholas. Although it was less critically acclaimed than their successful first two albums, Steppenwolf and The Second, it contains a few well-known hits, such as “It’s Never Too Late” and “Jupiter’s Child”, as well as “Rock Me,” which had been featured in the 1968 film Candy. Although the band would be very successful in the early 1970s, At Your Birthday Party was to be their last top ten album and features their last top ten single. The album showcases Steppenwolf coming out of, but not yet completely abandoning, the psychedelia of Steppenwolf the Second and stepping into the distinctive hard rock of their later releases.
Rocking out a little more, Steppenwolf hit gold again with this release. The hit, “Rock Me” sat well alongside such other hits as “Jupiter Child” and “Don’t Cry.” Even so, it has a rather unsettling feel to it. It was almost as if all their success was beginning to turn sour. Okay, but a bit flawed. -James Chrispell

1 Don’t Cry 3:04
2 Chicken Wolf 2:51
3 Lovely Meter 3:12
4 Round And Down 3:15
5 It’s Never Too Late 4:05
6 Sleeping Dreaming 1:11
7 Jupiter Child 3:24
8 She’ll Be Better 5:15
9 Cat Killer 1:30
10 Rock Me 3:39
11 God Fearing Man 3:50
12 Mango Juice 3:14
13 Happy Birthday 1:20

John Kay – Lead Vocals, Guitar, Harmonica
Michael Monarch – Lead Guitar
Goldy McJohn – Organ, Piano
Nick St. Nicholas – Bass
Jerry Edmonton – Drums, Vocals



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