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Grand Funk (commonly known as The Red Album) is the second studio album by American rock band Grand Funk Railroad. It was produced by Terry Knight and engineered by Ken Hamann. The album was certified gold by the RIAA, the first for the group. It includes a cover of The Animals' "Inside Looking Out" which is still a cornerstone of the band's live concerts today.
Grand Funk Railroad - Grand Funk (1969).
Группы Grand Funk Railroad. 1970 - Closer To Home. 1971 - E Pluribus Funk.
Survival (Grand Funk Railroad album). It was produced by Terry Knight. Drummer Don Brewer was never happy with the drum sound on the album, due to Knight's insistence of having Brewer cover his drum heads with tea-towels, after seeing Ringo Starr using that technique in the Beatles' film Let It Be (1970).
Classic Masters (Grand Funk Railroad album). Classic Masters is a compilation album from Grand Funk Railroad. Both albums have 15 tracks, but Classic Masters includes "Take Me" whereas Collectors Series has "Inside Looking Out"
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The album's gatefold cover depicts a photograph of the band at the Atlanta International Pop Festival during the weekend of the 4th of July 1970, but none of the music was actually recorded there. The album was recorded at several Florida venues during June 1970. Upon the album's release, Live Album was panned by the critics, while becoming commercially successful. Critical Commercial/Sales. Despite the massive dislike of the album by music critics, Live Album became very successful in the United States, peaking at on the Billboard 200 and crossed-over to the R&B Albums chart at band's only album to do so. The album was so successful that it was certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America.
Back to the page of Grand Funk Railroad. Album, Июль 1981, Warner Music Group.