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  1. First Taste Of Sin Buy album $ Cold Blood. $ 1. I like. Tweet; Please vote. Add to bookmarks All My Honey; ; ; $ Buy. 9; Valdez In The Country; ; ; $ Sisyphus Cold Blood; Thriller! Cold Blood; Lydia Cold Blood; Vintage Blood: Live! Cold Blood; Lydia Pense & Cold Blood (Vinyl) Cold Blood; Full.
  2. First Taste of Sin is the third album by the Oakland, California band Cold Blood. This album is noted for being produced by soul singer/musician Donny Hathaway. It also includes the original version of Hathaway's "Valdez in the Country", which Hathaway himself would record the next year for his album Extension of a Man.
  3. Cold Blood () I Wish I Knew How It Would Feel to Be Free If You Will You Got Me Hummin I Just Want to Make Love to You I'm a Good Woman Let Me Down Easy Watch Your Step First Taste of Sin () Visions Lo and Behold Down to the Bone You Had to Know My Lady Woman Let Me Down Easy No Way Home Inside Your Soul All My Honey Valdez in the Country Thriller! () Baby I Love You .
  4. Cold Blood is the first studio LP album by Cold Blood, originally released in It was produced for San Francisco Records and distributed by Atlantic Records. [2].
  5. Feb 21,  · Cold Blood; Album Visions; Licensed to YouTube by Cold Blood - Visions (First Taste Od Sin - ) YouTube; You Had to Know - Duration: Cold Blood - .
  6. Cold Blood - First Taste Of Sin ( us, spectacular funk soul brass rock) Many of the greatest groups in rock and roll history have made their home in San Francisco and the surrounding Bay Area. While 'Frisco was at the forefront of the psychedelic music movement spinning around the intersection of Haight and Ashbury, some ' serious funk was.
  7. Tracklist with lyrics of the album FIRST TASTE OF SIN [] of Cold Blood: Visions - Lo And Behold - Down to the Bone - You Had to Know - My Lady Woman -.
  8. The Escovedos drop in to provide Latin percussion on such funk monsters as "Down to the Bone," and the band sounds both confident and aggressive in the tightly wound rave-up of "All My Honey." The album takes an unusual turn toward soulfully bittersweet blues on "You Had to Know"; while the song takes entirely too long to resolve, it's still an.

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