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Artist: Blackfoot

Title: No Reservations

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Category: Southern Rock

Year: 1975

Label: Island Records

Catalog Number: HF 9530


Rick Medlocke lead vocals, lead, rhythm, and acoustic guitars, dobro
Charlie Hargrett lead, rhythm, and acoustic guitars
Greg T. Walker bass, background vocals
Jackson Spires drums, background vocals


1.  Railroad Man  2:22
2.  Indian World  2:52
3.  Stars  4:08
4.  Not Another Maker  5:08
5.  Born to Rock and Roll  3:37
6.  Take a Train  4:23
7.  Big Wheels  5:05
8.  I Stand Alone  7:47
9.  Railroad Man  1:10
Total Running Time:  36:32

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Existing comments about this CD

From: jimmy connell Date: October 15, 2003 at 23:03
this is one of the best albums ever. unfortunately most people will never hear it. take a train and i stand alone are rock classics. ricky medlocke has one of the best voices in the industry. the songs on this album are timeless.if you get a chance to hear no reservations,don't pass it up. i wish i could turn back the clock and see shorty medlocke with the band. it's a shame that so many mediocre bands get rich while blackfoot struggled through much of their careers.

From: Gar Date: November 17, 2003 at 19:03
Their first and hardest to find album. What I've heard from this is very good(never heard the whole album, just a couple of songs). Their 2nd album, "Flyin' High" is also recommended.

From: The Postie Date: February 1, 2004 at 16:08
I first saw Blackfoot in Dublin around '85 (i think) they inspired me to what I am today ( a postman)

From: BubbaDirtFreak Date: March 19, 2004 at 10:57
Far and away the best Blackfoot album...from the opening bluegrass version of 'Railroad Man' w/ Shorty to the final closing track - the smokin' rock and roll version of 'Railroad Man', this album kicks. 'I Stand Alone' deserves to be a classic rock standard, unfortunately most classic rock DJ's have never even heard of this album. If you ever see it, snag it!

From: JSpillman Date: November 9, 2005 at 11:27
One of my favorite albums of one of my favorite artists! I remember buying the vinyl LP in the early 80's without ever having heard any of it and just being blown away by how good it is! The current rating is 7.5, I'd have to give it at least a 9.5! R.I.P. Jakson, thanks for the music, the recorded songs will stand forever!

From: rick kerch vzla Date: June 22, 2012 at 21:08
Great band by all means!!!...i've been a fan since always ...this one offers good songs in the shape of "Railroad Man","Indian World","Born To Rock And Roll"(we all did ),"Big Wheels" & "I Stand Alone"(reminds me of Blackfoot's mega epic song "Highway Song")...essential band...82/100

From: 123charpenay Date: October 16, 2018 at 13:40
this is the first time that i listen this record ,shame on me,it s a very brilliant debut album with an exceptionnal ricky medlocke.they have making this realise in 1975?wow it s sound hard southern rock and don t sound dated.thumbs up!!!!!!!!!!!

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