Outsideinside Studio album by Blue Cheer Released August 1968 Recorded Gate 5 Studios
Genre Psychedelic rock, heavy metal, hard rock, blues-rock, acid rock, stoner rock Length 32:42 Label Philips Records Producer Abe "Voco" Kesh Professional reviews Blue Cheer chronology Vincebus Eruptum
New! Improved! Blue Cheer
Outsideinside is Blue Cheer's second LP, released by Philips Records in August 1968. Its tracks were recorded both outdoors and indoors - hence the title of the album. The record's tracks feature contributions from all members, along with two covers: "Satisfaction" by The Rolling Stones and "The Hunter" by Albert King. The album was re-released on CD in 1999 by Italian-based Akarma Records, and included an additional cut from the original sessions entitled "Fortunes" as a bonus track.
Outsideinside was produced by Abe "Voco" Kesh and engineered by Eddie Kramer, who had worked with The Jimi Hendrix Experience and The Rolling Stones and would later engineer releases by Led Zeppelin and Kiss, among others. The album's cover painting is by "Arab", and was designed by "Gut," legendary Hells Angel. The album photographs were taken by famed rock photographer Jim Marshall. Outsideinside was the last record to feature the original Blue Cheer line-up, as Leigh Stephens left the band after the album was released.
They had to record some songs at Pier 57 as the studio kicked them out for being too loud. When they were recording songs at Pier 57, they were so loud that people on boats complained they could hear the sound at 9 miles (14km) away. Because they recorded songs both outside and inside, they named their 2nd album "Outsideinside"
- "Feathers from Your Tree" (Peterson, Stevens, Wagner) – 3:29
- "Sun Cycle" (Peterson, Stevens, Wagner) – 4:12
- "Just a Little Bit" (Peterson) – 3:24
- "Gypsy Ball" (Peterson, Stevens) – 2:57
- "Come and Get It" (Peterson, Stevens, Wagner) – 3:13
- "Satisfaction" (Jagger/Richards) – 5:05
- "The Hunter" (Booker T. Jones, et al.) – 4:22
- "Magnolia Caboose Babyfinger" (Peterson, Stevens) – 1:38 (Instrumental)
- "Babylon" (Peterson) – 4:22
Bonus Track (Akarma CD version 2003)
"Fortunes" (Peterson) – 2:20
Blue Cheer Dickie Peterson · Paul Whaley · Leigh Stephens · Randy Holden · Ralph Burns Kellogg · Norman Mayell · Bruce Stephens · Gary Lee Yoder · Eric Albronda · Jerre Peterson · Vale Hamanaka · Jerry Whiting · Ruben De Fuentes · Terry Rae · Tony Rainier · Mike Fleck · Brent Harknett · Billy Carmassi · Eric Davis · David Salce · Dieter Saller · Gary Holland · Duck MacDonald Studio albums Live albumsBlitzkrieg Over Nüremberg · Live and Unreleased Vol. 1: '68/'74 · Live and Unreleased Vol. 2: Live At San Jose Civic Centre & More · Hello Tokyo, Bye Bye Osaka - Live In Japan 1999 · Live in Japan · Bootleg: Live - Hamburg - London · Rocks Europe Compilation
albumsMotive - Blue Cheer · Louder than God: The Best of Blue Cheer · Good Times are so Hard to Find: The History of Blue Cheer · The Best of Yesteryear
albumsBlue Explosion - A Tribute to Blue Cheer
Charted singles"Summertime Blues" · "Just a Little Bit" Related bands
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