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4.0 out of 5 stars Redbone's Best Album 15 Jun 2009
By G. Mariner - Published on Amazon.com
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This was Redbones' 2nd and by far their best lp.I would have given it 5 stars had the label put the alternate single version of Light As A Feather on as a bonus track.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Amazing group! 7 Nov 2011
By R. DeLoe - Published on Amazon.com
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Redbone is an often overlooked group. They were terrific. This album is one of their lesser-known works. Outstanding. I bought two of them, one as a gift.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Potlach is Rebone and it best! Potlatch gets the deluxe treatment in this release by repertoire. 9 Jan 2013
By Karl Anderson - Published on Amazon.com
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If you are a Redbone fan it just does not get better than Potlatch. It is second album from this Seminole Native American outfit. From the Maggie the first track to new blue sermonette the last track the album rocks hard. Finally a Redbone release truly gets the deluxe treatment. Up until now we were lucky if we could find any of the Redbone albums on CD and they came in very basic packaging. Potlach and the Witch Queen from New Orleans both released on repertoire come in a beautiful gatefold digipack. They also come with a full 6 pack booklet that gives insights into the band and the album. They did a great job on the mastering and the sound of the disc is stellar. I would highly recommend the repertoire reissue of potlach and the witch queen of New Orleans. Now lets hope they will give the same treatment to the whole Redbone catalog.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Music from the past 10 Sep 2013
By Lonnie Tyone - Published on Amazon.com
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I like music sometimes from a cultural standpoint. Redbone is one of my favorite native acts of all time. They were there for me in the past. So that's the reason I like there music.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Redbone 2nd Album 7 Feb 2013
By Janet Chandler - Published on Amazon.com
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"Potlatch" by the Native-American rock group Redbone is the second album released by the group after their debut album, the self titled "Redbone". As I have mentioned in other reviews I have written on albums by this group Redbone was one of the most unique rock groups around with their own sound totally unlike any other groups there has ever been. They are also unfortunately one of the most over-looked groups as well which is a darn shame. There is no mistaking a Redbone song when you start to hear one played. With its blend of rock, cajun, soul, funk as well as the influence from the music of their native-american heritage their music can leave an impression on you that this is a music experience you had never encountered before. "Potlatch" is a good example of that kind of music Redbone has comed to be known for.

Released in late 1970 the album would have fairly good success on the billboard charts for more then 4 months and would lead to the groups first hit song "Maggie" that went to the top 50 on the charts. The songs cover a wide area of range from the rocking numbers like "Maggie" and "Judgement Day" to the reflective "Who Can Say?" to the soulful "New Blue Sermonette". One of the more interesting songs on the album that also shows how they used their native roots to influence their music is "Chant: 13th Hour" which starts off with the group doing a traditional tribal chant which then suddenly goes into the song "13th Hour". It is certainly interesting and I think one of the best songs Redbone ever did. All of the songs work together well on the album and make for a complete listening experience. I would rate "Potlatch" as their second best album they recorded but make no mistake this is an excellant album. As an extra you get on the disc two bonus tracks. The single versions of their songs "Maggie" and "New Blue Sermonette". All together I highly recommend this album.
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