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  1. Album. Ball Iron Butterfly. Released Ball Tracklist. 1. In The Time Of Our Lives Lyrics. 2. Soul Experience Lyrics. 3. Lonely Boy Lyrics. 4. Real Fright.
  2. Introduction. ALBUM REVIEWS: Heavy In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida Ball Live Metamorphosis Scorching Beauty Sun And Steel Disclaimer: this page is not written by from the point of view of an Iron Butterfly fanatic and is not generally intended for narrow-perspective Iron Butterfly gispunopgezabonlajanzworlturotve.xyzinfo you are deeply offended by criticism, non-worshipping approach to your.
  3. May 18,  · “Ball” would be the second and final studio album from what is considered Iron Butterfly’s classic lineup. (Ingle would bail on his own band several years later, after the decent “Metamorphosis.”).
  4. Ball is the third studio album by the rock band Iron Butterfly, released on January 17, After the enormous success of In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida, Iron Butterfly modified its acid-rock sound somewhat and experimented with more melodic compositions.
  5. Lyrics to 'Lonely Boy' by Iron Butterfly: I'm such a lonely boy when I'm not in your arms. Yes, I'm such a lonely boy when I'm not in your arms. The only time I hear your voice is on the line, and then you say, 'I hope you're feeling fine baby.'.
  6. Iron Butterfly's third studio album is called Ball and it continues what they started at Heavy and their most famous effort In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida. Ball hasn't received as much appreciation as the two albums before it have got but this is still a really nice album and their last great record.
  7. Lonely Boy Iron Butterfly Theme You Can't Win The album is dirty, grimy and heavy everything we have come to expect and love about Iron Butterfly. It has that high quality bootleg feel, but don't let that fool you. It feels live and truly gives /5(18).
  8. Iron Butterfly Songtexte In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida Butterfly Bleu Lonely Boy (Dedicated to Duneya West) In‐A‐Gadda‐Da‐Vida Am I Down Gründung , Auflösung
  9. Mar 22,  · If you've ever picked up any Atco record album from the late sixties and glanced at the color paper inner sleeve, Iron Butterfly's Ball cover was more than likely printed on it (along with 'Heavy' and 'In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida', of course)/5().