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If An Angel Came To See You Would You Make Her Feel At Home?

by Black Oak Arkansas

If An Angel Came To See You Would You Make Her Feel At Home? by Black Oak Arkansas

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If An Angel Came To See You Would You Make Her Feel At Home?

by Black Oak Arkansas

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Label: Rhino Atlantic
While If An Angel ... is not the powerhouse of boogie-ing funk that High On the Hog would be, it does stand as BOA's second best studio album. Decidedly calmer and more psychedelic than later stuff, with Jim Mangrum sounding more like a front porch philosopher than the horny hillbilly he is on their more famous material, the record has serious merits. "Gravel Roads" is one of Mangrum's best-ever hick performances, while "Our Mind's Eye" and "Mutants of the Monster" illustrate the band's interest in, yes, Eastern mysticism. "Fertile Woman" is just weird.

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While If An Angel ... is not the powerhouse of boogie-ing funk that High On the Hog would be, it does stand as BOA's second best studio album. Decidedly calmer and more psychedelic than later stuff, with Jim Mangrum sounding more like a front porch philosopher than the horny hillbilly he is on their more famous material, the record has serious merits. "Gravel Roads" is one of Mangrum's best-ever hick performances, while "Our Mind's Eye" and "Mutants of the Monster" illustrate the band's interest in, yes, Eastern mysticism. "Fertile Woman" is just weird.

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While If An Angel ... is not the powerhouse of boogie-ing funk that High On the Hog would be, it does stand as BOA's second best studio album. Decidedly calmer and more psychedelic than later stuff, with Jim Mangrum sounding more like a front porch philosopher than the horny hillbilly he is on their more famous material, the record has serious merits. "Gravel Roads" is one of Mangrum's best-ever hick performances, while "Our Mind's Eye" and "Mutants of the Monster" illustrate the band's interest in, yes, Eastern mysticism. "Fertile Woman" is just weird.