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Potliquor - First Taste album

Potliquor - First Taste album Performer: Potliquor
Title: First Taste
Style: Southern Rock, Hard Rock, Classic Rock
Date of release: 1971
Size MP3: 1180 mb
Size FLAC: 1232 mb
Rating: 4.7

The first part of 1973 saw Potliquor in concert with Boz Scaggs, but on May 3, 1973, Potliquor was involved with a very unusual concert, particularly for the time. The group played at a Youth Concert at the Pete Maravich Assembly Center with the Baton Rouge Symphony Orchestra, each playing separate sets and then combining for Potliquor music backed by the orchestra. The title, "First Taste", and the moonshine jug implies that this debut album is a first taste of the music of Potliquor, a play on the term "pot liquor" which is not liquor but is actually the broth that is left in the pot after cooking down vegetables. The other inner photo shows the group horse-playing in shallow water of a Louisiana bayou.

First Taste is the debut album by American band Potliquor released in November 1970

First Taste ‎ (LP, Album, Promo, W/Lbl). Potliquor ‎– First Taste (full album) 1971.

Down the River Boogie, 02:50. Ol' Man River, 04:39.

Potliquor was formed in the late 60´s by George Ratzlaff (keyboards, rhythm guitar, vocals), Les Wallace (guitar, vocals), Guy Schaeffer (bass, vocals) and Jerry Amoroso (drums, percussion, vocals) and soon after that signed a deal with small Janus Records label. Their debut album, First Taste came out in 1970.

cue+ -+ 01. Down The River Boogie 02. Ol' Man River 03.