|1||The Ultimate Prophecy||4:57|
|2||One Time Woman||3:42|
|3||Waiting To Be Born||5:03|
|6||Good Day Extending Company||4:41|
|9||I've Never Seen You||3:15|
|10||We Can Try||4:06|
|BR 145||J. D. Blackfoot||The Ultimate Prophecy (CD, Album, RE, Unofficial)||Black Rose Records||BR 145||Germany||2000|
|RRCD122||J. D. Blackfoot||The Ultimate Prophecy (CD, Album, RE, Unofficial)||Radioactive||RRCD122||UK||Unknown|
|6338 031||J. D. Blackfoot||The Ultimate Prophecy (LP, Album, Promo, W/Lbl)||Mercury||6338 031||UK||1970|
|Y-1970-2||J. D. Blackfoot||The Ultimate Prophecy (CD, Album, RE, RM, Col)||Yonder Music Ltd||Y-1970-2||US||2008|
|6338 031||J. D. Blackfoot||The Ultimate Prophecy (LP, Album)||Mercury||6338 031||Netherlands||1970|
- Bass – Phil Stokes
- Drums – Dan Waldron
- Engineer, Engineer [Re-Mix] – Warren Dewey
- Guitar – Craig Fuller, Jeff Whitlock
- Lead Vocals – J. D. Blackfoot
- Organ – Sterling Smith
- Producer – Dale Frashuer
- Written-By – C. Fuller (tracks: A1 to A3), D. Waldron (tracks: A4, B1, B3, B5), J. D. Blackfoot (tracks: A3, B1 to B4), J. Whitlock (tracks: A4, B3 to B5), K. May (tracks: A5)
Original first edition. Red labels / hard carton sleeve.
Insert with lyrics.
- Matrix / Runout (Runout stamp side A): SR 61288-A- M2
- Matrix / Runout (Runout stamp side B): SR 61288-B- M2
- Manufactured By – Mercury Record Productions, Inc.
- Distributed By – Mercury Record Productions, Inc.
Blackfoot's first LP - recorded when future. The first side of the album was definitely the more song-oriented one, and while the better tracks are derivative, they're pretty good derivations. Fuller's One Time Woman is very much in the mold of journeyman Creedence Clearwater Revival Angel quite credibly approximates the kind of light, wistful folk-rock that Jesse Colin Young sang with the Youngbloods and I've Never Seen You brings to mind the lightest, sweetest material of the young Neil Young. Songs in album J. Blackfoot - The Ultimate Prophecy 1973. Blackfoot - One Time Woman. Blackfoot - Angel. Blackfoot - We Can Try. Blackfoot - Good Day Extending Company. Blackfoot - I've Never Seen You. Blackfoot - Prophecy. Other albums by J. The Song Of Crazy Horse. Rock Folk-Rock Folk, World, & Country. Ultimate Years 1969-1999. The Ultimate Prophecy Original recording remastered. Blackfoot Author Format: Audio CD. This 2008 Re-issue CD contains the complete original album tracks plus the 25 minute live version of The Ultimate Prophecy from Live In St. Louis - July 16th, 1982 as a bonus track. This CD on the Yonder label and the 1996 CD on the Tokala label are the only authorized re-releases of this title since the original album was released in 1970 and all others are illegal and unauthorized infringements of the property rights of J. The Ultimate Prophecy. The Ultimate Prophecy Tracklist. More J. Blackfoot albums. The Song of Crazy Horse. Or consider a donation Contributions By. Listen free to J. Blackfoot The Ultimate Prophecy One Time Woman, Angel and more. 10 tracks 41:58. Blackfoot is not the Indian of the group. He was born in Cleveland in 1944, spent much of the '60s learning to play the guitar and, as far as heavy-psych record collectors are con read more. He was born in Cleveland in 1944, spent much of the '60s learning to play the guitar and, as far as heavy-psych record collectors are concerned, struck gold with his first solo record read more. Blackfoot is a rock musician from Ohio, United states who has been recording since the early 1970s. Along with a couple of hit singles, he won an award for his album The Song of Crazy Horse. The name J. Blackfoot applies to both the singer and the group. Blackfoot was born Benjamin Franklin Van Dervort. Before he made his way in music, he worked in various occupations which included pest extermination, insurance sales and also as a driver. In relation possible confusion about his ethnicity. The Ultimate Prophecy 1970. Album by J. We Can Try. was sampled in. Underground Vandal by Arsonists 1999. 1-800-CLOWN by Invisibl Skratch Piklz 1999. Red Alert by Silver Bullet 1997. Blackfoot on vocal. 70 th. Seems a little quiet over here. Related tracks. View all