Metamorphosisby Iron Butterfly
On Ball, Iron Butterfly began to expand its sound, attempting to write more concisely. On Metamorphosis, the group continued its musical explorations, adding a layered production to its sound. This ambition, highlighted by a handful of strong tracks, particularly the single "Easy Rider (Let the Wind Pay the Way)," makes for an interesting listen, since Iron Butterfly's albums can be weighed down by their relentless heaviness.
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Performance CreditsIron Butterfly Primary Artist
Ron Bushy Drums
Bill Cooper Guitar
Lee Dorman Bass
Doug Ingle Organ,Keyboards,Vocals
Mike Pinera Organ,Guitar,Vocals
Richard Podolor Guitar,Sitar,12-string Guitar
Larry "Rhino" Rheinhart Guitar
Technical CreditsBob Jenkins Art Direction
Ken Perry Art Direction
Bill Cooper Engineer
Richard Podolor Producer,Audio Production
Barry Alfonso Liner Notes
Geoff Gans Art Direction
Roger Webster Art Direction
Robert Blue Cover Design
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This album has kick, it has love, it has rockn'n'roll. One of the best albums of the 70's!
This was one of the first forgotten masterpiece albums. It's amazing production by Richard Podolor and 2 guitar sound makes it THE ONLY BUTTERFLY ALBUM TO STAND THE TEST OF TIME !!!! Don't ignore this album just because it doesn't have InaGaddaWhatEva. Trust me on this one.