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Artist: Blackfoot

Title: Marauder

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Category: Hard Southern Rock

Year: 1981

Label: ATCO Records

Catalog Number: 32107


Rick Medlocke guitars, vocals
Charlie Hargrett guitars
Greg T. Walker bass, vocals
Jackson Spires drums, percussion, vocals
Shorty Medlocke banjo, harmonica
David Cavender trumpet
Henry Weck percussion
Pamela Vincent backing vocals
Donna Davis backing vocals
Pat McCaffrey horn, keyboards


1.  Good Morning  3:36
2.  Payin' for It  3:38
3.  Diary of a Workingman  5:36
4.  Too Hard to Handle  4:02
5.  Fly Away  2:58
6.  Dry Country  3:42
7.  Fire of the Dragon  4:05
8.  Rattlesnake Rock 'N' Roller  4:01
9.  Searchin'  5:43
Total Running Time:  37:21

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From: Jez Date: October 14, 2004 at 3:07
At this stage in their career Blackfoot could do no wrong, and were the darlings of the rock press worldwide, and with releases as strong as this, you could see why. Without a doubt the best Blackfoot studio album to get (the live Highway Song is essential too). A great mix of rockers (Good Morning, Too Hard To Handle, Fire Of The Dragon) and superb ballads (Diary and Searchin).This was the last real Blackfoot album before they went for a more commercial sound in 'Siogo' and 'Vertical Smiles'.

From: JSpillman Date: November 11, 2005 at 10:24
Although I personally like "Strikes" and "Tomcattin'" more, this is still a very good album. The current rating is 8.0, I would give it a 8.5 . This was the album that spawned the tour that I was first able to see them perform live. That was a helluva show with Billy Thorpe and the Johnny Van Zant Band opening.

From: rbrigade Date: February 10, 2009 at 7:55
Wonderful! The two ballads Jez mentions and the epic Fire of the dragon are my favorites. And the rest is damn good too! I think it's equally good with Siogo. If you prefer 70's southern hard rock to 80's hard rock/AOR then this is the one to grab!

From: juan carlos Date: October 15, 2010 at 23:16
"Searchin'" is my favorite track by far, very overrated album in my book. I prefer other Blackfoot albums than this one, Ok Southern/HardRock. If you wanna listen the true Southern Rock, with Lynyrd Skynyrd you have it all 7.8/10

From: rick kerch vzla Date: June 11, 2011 at 9:39
Wonderful band and one of my favourites...this album marked a time for them as it brings songs that are the "flag" of the band such as "Good Morning" & "Dry County"...apart from that it has some other goodie ones such as "Diary Of A Workingman","Too Hard To Handle",the rocky one of "Rattlesnake Rock 'N Roller" and the solid smoothie of "Searchin'"...88/100

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