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A Hermit
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
A Great Patchwork
Reviewed in the United States on February 17, 2014
"At Your Birthday Party" is Steppenwolf''s 1969 offering, and despite this being a great record, the band was in turmoil at this point. The early years made this band a revolving door for bassists and lead guitarists, as original Wolf bassist Rushton Moreve had left... See more
"At Your Birthday Party" is Steppenwolf''s 1969 offering, and despite this being a great record, the band was in turmoil at this point. The early years made this band a revolving door for bassists and lead guitarists, as original Wolf bassist Rushton Moreve had left after the second record, and lead guitarist Michael Monarch departed before this work was completed. Original Sparrow bassist Nick St. Nicholas (t.n. Nicholas Kasbaum) was brought in as Moreve''s replacement, and they pushed on, creating a wonderful record, though it is full of what detractors like to call "filler." Nah, not filler; just short, experimental tracks which add flavor to the overall project.

There is an abundance of playful songs, such as "Don''t Cry" "Chicken Wolf" and "Cat Killer" which offset the more serious, dramatic tracks, such as "It''s Never Too Late." This number has John Kay singing from a pit of raw emotion; if you need proof that he is one of Rock''s best vocalists, this is it. Drummer Jerry Edmonton takes the vocal on "She''ll Be Better," a nice ballad, and though I''m not sure who did the vocals on "Lovely Meter," it fits in here like a hand in a glove.

What appear to be unfinished ideas actually hold up on their own, such as the sing-a-long "Sleeping Dreaming" and the dark, trippy "Mango Juice," with its tribal percussion and marimba/low keys on the piano counterparts creating a mood that seems to come from the middle of the night.

The hits are "Rock Me," the aforementioned "It''s Never Too Late," and the otherworldly "Jupiter''s Child," which evokes images of star signs and general psychedelia with its turgid melody and strange lyrics, just mildly bizarre.

Another reviewer on Amazon gave this record an almost across-the-board praise, with the exception of the closing track, "Happy Birthday." I was in agreement with the review except for that one point. The title would lead one to think it''s one thing you may or may not like, but it is an exceptionally beautiful ballad; simple three-chord progression, slow tempo, Hammond B-3 organ, Kay''s trademark voice, and gorgeous three-part backup vocals by an uncredited female chorus, with one particularly striking voice singing countermelody. In a word (two, actually) simply beautiful. It''s one of those songs a guy with a belly full of beer would probably start crying to if he heard a bar band play it.

One drawback, though this doesn''t pertain to the music, is the artwork. The original vinyl release features a group photo, visible through a cutout in the front (gatefold jacket), and when you open it, you can see a burned out house with the band standing and sitting around a table, which is holding a cake and a wine bottle. As earlier stated, Michael Monarch had left the band during this record''s production, so band associate/producer/co-composer Gabriel Mekler stood in Monarch''s place for the photo. When it was transferred to compact disc though, the band photo was omitted, leaving only the original graphics intact, but it''s a small price to pay, especially given the good quality of the sound (which I can''t say for the first record, good as it is).

This record is available in different formats, here and elsewhere, and I have no problem saying you won''t go wrong buying it.
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Mike B
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Mining the missed gems!
Reviewed in the United States on February 26, 2013
When this album hit the streets in 1969 I was living in Venice Beach. There was so much going on that other than Rock Me, I passed this one by. Lately, I have been going back over some of my omissions and looking for some new content for my digital library. AYBP is one of... See more
When this album hit the streets in 1969 I was living in Venice Beach. There was so much going on that other than Rock Me, I passed this one by. Lately, I have been going back over some of my omissions and looking for some new content for my digital library. AYBP is one of those recordings that definitely takes one back to the days of light shows and incense. John Kay''s voice is always a joy. Round and Down is probably the oddest offering. It is "Hank Williams meets Quicksilver Messenger Service". My favorites have to be It''s Never too Late and Rock Me. Mine a few gems for yourself. It''s is a lot more productive than wading thru current popular releases looking for something worthwhile.
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Vince Krevinas
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Quirky but rocking Steppenwolf
Reviewed in the United States on July 14, 2013
I bought this album to round out my essential collection of Steppenwolf releases on cd. The first, second, and the Monster album are the TRUE MEAT of their overall catalogue. However, a fan needs this one in order to have some of their most classic cuts such as "Rock... See more
I bought this album to round out my essential collection of Steppenwolf releases on cd. The first, second, and the Monster album are the TRUE MEAT of their overall catalogue. However, a fan needs this one in order to have some of their most classic cuts such as "Rock Me'' and "It''s never too late". Other tracks rock but are somewhat second tier level in quality. Other tracks are simply "quirky" and meant, in my opinion, to add dabs and touches of psychedelia with no particular reason in mind. Overall, very good stuff worth owning if you are a diehard fan. Also, sound quality is clean and dynamic.
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I got this for my Nephew for Christmas. He''s ...
Reviewed in the United States on December 27, 2017
I got this for my Nephew for Christmas. He''s just discovering Steppenwolf. Man, is he rocking it. You can here the music outside. I sure hope the neighbors get into it.
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JG
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Incomplete Art Work But Band Still Rocks On This Under-Rated Effort
Reviewed in the United States on August 4, 2005
The art work reproduction lacks band photos from original LP but considering it''s low price and good sound it is a deal. The music is total Steppenwolf at it''s mid-later stage. A little more experimental in the studio, maintaining their great bouncy grooves, their... See more
The art work reproduction lacks band photos from original LP but considering it''s low price and good sound it is a deal.
The music is total Steppenwolf at it''s mid-later stage.
A little more experimental in the studio, maintaining their great bouncy grooves, their rock and roll, with funky Goldy McJohn keyboard touch adding to their guitar based sound with John Kay upfront..some sweet ballads here but the band rocks on in their signature sound of heavy metal thunder.
Their hit Rock Me is here in all it''s glory,making the CD a great purchase.
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Zurab Kakabadze
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Good purchase! Thanks to Seller! Recommended!
Reviewed in the United States on March 11, 2019
Item arrived as expected. Fine quality!
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MAUREEN M MAPES
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broken or cracked cases
Reviewed in the United States on September 9, 2020
case was cracked on both front and back
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Steven Berndt
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Five Stars
Reviewed in the United States on September 3, 2017
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Wayne Copping
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Excellent
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on January 7, 2019
Excellent cd.
Excellent cd.
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shot 1953
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buy it great work
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on November 30, 2018
Great work brilliant
Great work brilliant
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John D MacNeill
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
This is the music I grew up with. Late ...
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on January 9, 2016
This is the music I grew up with . Late 60''s / mid 70''s. Golden age of Rock and Roll
This is the music I grew up with . Late 60''s / mid 70''s. Golden age of Rock and Roll
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Load Trash Histo
3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
un disque décevant de la part du Loup des Steppes
Reviewed in France on April 28, 2017
Ce disque de Steppenwolf sorti en 1969 est quelque peu indigne de leur rang. Si en valeur brute il tient la route, par contre, il est décevant quand on pense que c''est le même groupe qui a écrit l''immense hymne "Born to be wild" qui a sorti cet opus....See more
Ce disque de Steppenwolf sorti en 1969 est quelque peu indigne de leur rang. Si en valeur brute il tient la route, par contre, il est décevant quand on pense que c''est le même groupe qui a écrit l''immense hymne "Born to be wild" qui a sorti cet opus. Il y a cependant de bonnes chansons mais beaucoup de déchets, à commencer par les ballades folk "Lovely meter" et "She''ll be better", le vaguement psyché "Round and round" et les innommables "Sleeping dreaming", "Cat killer" et "Mango juice". Sinon, parmi les morceaux dans lesquels on reconnait tout de suite leur style si caractéristique porté par la voix éraillée de John Kay, on a le boogie d''introduction "Don''t cry" et les classiques "Chicken wolf", "Rock me" et "God fearing man". Un disque ambitieux et audacieux qui est à côté de la plaque, surtout si on le compare au suivant ("Monster") sur lequel rock psychédélique, blues et hard rock se mélangent magnifiquement pour donner un petit chef d''oeuvre.
Ce disque de Steppenwolf sorti en 1969 est quelque peu indigne de leur rang. Si en valeur brute il tient la route, par contre, il est décevant quand on pense que c''est le même groupe qui a écrit l''immense hymne "Born to be wild" qui a sorti cet opus. Il y a cependant de bonnes chansons mais beaucoup de déchets, à commencer par les ballades folk "Lovely meter" et "She''ll be better", le vaguement psyché "Round and round" et les innommables "Sleeping dreaming", "Cat killer" et "Mango juice". Sinon, parmi les morceaux dans lesquels on reconnait tout de suite leur style si caractéristique porté par la voix éraillée de John Kay, on a le boogie d''introduction "Don''t cry" et les classiques "Chicken wolf", "Rock me" et "God fearing man". Un disque ambitieux et audacieux qui est à côté de la plaque, surtout si on le compare au suivant ("Monster") sur lequel rock psychédélique, blues et hard rock se mélangent magnifiquement pour donner un petit chef d''oeuvre.
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I liked this cd (Steppenwolf At your birthday party) very much
Reviewed in Canada on June 18, 2018
I liked this cd (Steppenwolf At your birthday party) very much. They''re a classic rock group. I have six of their cds.
I liked this cd (Steppenwolf At your birthday party) very much. They''re a classic rock group. I have six of their cds.
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