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Texas Red Reviewed by Dick Richmond

The long awaited release of the three CD set titled, “The Legend of Texas Red” is due out Friday August 3rd, 01.

The first two CDs contain the thirteen stories and fifteen songs that make up the entire two hour and fifteen minute “Texas Red” saga. The third CD contains only the fifteen songs.

The pre-release reviews are already raving about “Texas Red” and here is what career music and audio book critic, author and screen writer, Dick Richmond had to say about “The Legend of Texas Red”

Review July 11th, 01

“J.D. Blackfoot has always been a remarkable storyteller. ¬†Even listeners who are not hard-core fans know and appreciate such numbers as “The Song of Crazy Horse” and “The Ultimate Prophecy.”

Nothing Blackfoot has produced before, however, compares with “The Legend of Texas Red.”

This story about the life and adventures of an Alabama youngster en route to manhood in narration and song is the performers stunning masterpiece.

On these discs, Blackfoot demonstrates that he is a capable actor in addition to being an appreciated musical performer of long-standing.

I was captured from the beginning, and, although I had heard the first song, “Birmingham” in concert, the impact it had on me this time, because of the introduction, was so emotional that I found myself looking forward with expectation to each narrative and the song that followed.

I have no hesitation in saying that, in my opinion, “The Legend of Texas Red” is a keeper.
-Dick Richmond

Texas Red Reviewed by Rick Cooper

You either “get” J.D. Blackfoot’s music or you don’t, because his songs are not for everyone. They are definitely not for people for whom music is only sound in the background, or for those who depend upon radio, media, critics, etc., to tell them what is “good” or “not good”. J.D. Blackfoot has always written songs that have the ability to strike a resonation chord deep within the people who “get” his music. Those people are not merely fans—-they are called “The Friends of J.D. Blackfoot Music”—-and they are the ones who play all of J.D.’s previous albums while anxiously awaiting his next offering. Read more