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Children of Light (1969, Tetragrammaton, re-released on Buddha). Biff Rose (1970, Buddha). Half Live at the Bitter End (1971, Buddah). Uncle Jesus, Aunty Christ (1972, United Artists). Roast Beef (1978, Pacific Arts). Thee Messiah Album/Live at Gatsby's (1979, Pacific Arts). O'Leary, Chris (2015). Rebel Rebel: All the Songs of David Bowie From '64 to '76. John Hunt Publishing.
Biff Rose is truly a one-of-a-kind artist. These two albums are his best, particularly "Children of Light". The follow-up "Biff Rose" (1970) is a good one, and I'm especially fond of his 1972 "live" record "Uncle Jesus/Aunty Christ". By the time he released "Roast Beef" (1978), the sadness overwhelmed the humor. Once sharp and satirical, his songwriting had devolved into nonsensical cosmic babble.
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Biography by Richie Unterberger. An odd and goofy singer/songwriter who didn't fit in any comfortable niche when he emerged in the late 1960s, New Orleans pianist Biff Rose was like a vaudeville entertainer reincarnated as a spacy hippie.
It is the rare musician that can be honest enough to approach their subject matter through everything from stone faced wit to heart-on-sleeve introspection. 1. Ain't No Great Day 2. Communist Sympathizer 3. Evolution 4. Just Like A Man 5. American Waltz 6. Son In Moon 7. Children Of Light 8. Ballad Of Clichés 9. To Baby 10. Color Blind Blues 11. Space Out/ I've Got You Covered. More about: Biff Rose.
Biff Rose, Category: Artist, Albums: The Simmer of Love, the Lover of Some, The Gland Father, Children of Light, Beginning Piano, Roast Beef, Singles: You Suck Biff, Biography: An odd and goofy singer/songwriter who didn't fit in any comfortable niche when he emerged in the late 1960s, New Orleans pianist Biff Rose was like a vaudeville entertainer reincarnated as a spacy hippie. Monthly Listeners: 1163, Where People Listen: Los Angeles, London, New York City, Chicago, Brooklyn. It isn't quite accurate to call him a rock artist, but he fits in rock about as well as anywhere else.
|A1||Children Of Light|
|A2||Ballad Of Cliches|
|A3||Color Blind Blues|
|B1||Spaced Out / I've Got You Covered|
|C1||Ain't No Great Day|
|C2||Just Like A Man|
|D3||Son In Moon|
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NotesThe catalog number "T-116" appears on the front label in the top right corner under the label logo, "5-116" appears in the bottom centre of the front label and on the spine, "L-5-116" appears on the rear label.
The "Manufactured By" credit for Audio Devices, Inc. comes from the moulded stamp on the rear of the cartridge.
|T-116||Biff Rose||Children Of Light (LP, Album)||Tetragrammaton Records||T-116||US||1969|
|543.033||Biff Rose||Children Of Light (LP, Album)||Polydor||543.033||Canada||1969|
|2318 039||Biff Rose||Children Of Light (LP, Album)||Buddah Records||2318 039||UK||1971|
|C 5-116||Biff Rose||Children Of Light (Cass, Album)||Tetragrammaton Records||C 5-116||US||1969|
|T-116||Biff Rose||Children Of Light (LP, Album, Promo)||Tetragrammaton Records||T-116||US||1969|