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BLOODSTONE
Formed 1962, Kansas City, Missouri, U.S.A.
They started as the doo-wop group, [a998172.
In 1971, they moved to Los Angeles, California.
They became known for their funk/soul sound that blended Jimi Hendrix-styled rock music with doo-wop and gospel music undertones.
They were instrumental in the "black rock" and funk movement of the 1970s, and even had a hand in the brown-eyed soul movement with some Latin music-tinged hits.
They starred in and wrote all the music for a film entitled "Train Ride To Hollywood" (1975).
Their biggest hit is "Natural High" (1973).
They recorded two albums at [l96778, six albums at [l1060, one album at [l1723 and two at [l15664.
 
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KC'S OWN BLOODSTONE...A VERY UNDERATED GROUP !!!
smalltalk1 Tuesday, June 26, 2012
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Bloodstone September 1973 Interview
IT MAKES me proud to think that Britain has contributed something very tangible to the progression of Soul music. In the past, many soul oriented acts have acclaimed various influences from British musicians but one never quite knew if they were just being polite or if they actually meant what they were saying. But Bloodstone can thank Britain directly for the Gold Disc that they recently hung up on their office wall because they were 'discovered' in this country and it was, in fact, a 'Blues & ...
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Bloodstone April 1979 Interview
WOULD you believe that it's six years since Bloodstone hit the world's record charts with their haunting "Natural High" ballad — probably one of the s...
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