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Bruce Wayne Campbell (December 14, 1946 – August 4, 1983), known by his stage name Jobriath, was an American rock musician and actor. He was the first openly gay rock musician to be signed to a major record label, and one of the first internationally famous musicians to die of AIDS. A native of King of Prussia, Pennsylvania, and raised in Houston, Texas, he showed early musical talent for playing the piano, and soon played organ in his local church
Jobriath is the first album by the American glam rock artist Jobriath and was released in 1973. Lyrically the album combines science fiction imagery, sexual themes and tributes to female movie icons. The daring (for 1973) opening track, "Take Me I'm Yours" is an overtly S&M fantasy. Take it out on me, baby, I'm ready.
Feature documentary about the life and career of 70s cult glam rock musician Jobriath. Hey all- I hope you won't mind my posting about something that isn't really Jobriath related. Some of you may remember me writing about starting my new doc project, Ghost Lights: Reclaiming Theatre in the Age of AIDS, earlier this year after an extended medical absence. We've really been chugging along and getting a lot of work done on it (though it is an 8-hour tv limited series, so this one's gonna take lots more work) keep people abreast of our progress.
Grand, grandiose, obsessive, overbearing, precocious, pretentious - you could spend a lifetime browsing the thesaurus and still never put your finger on everything that makes Jobriath's debut the legend that it is. Part of the problem, of course, is reputation - after 20 years of being hammered as the hype that scuppered glam rock in the . then five more of rediscovery and absolute reinvention, Jobriath is today revered as much for its maker's status as gay America's first public icon as for its actual contents.
A few years later, Meatloaf would take a similar grasp on the vastness of excess and make a million. Jobriath made a millstone, but the parallels are apparent all the same.
Jobriath is the first album by the American glam rock artist Jobriath and was released in 1973.
|A1||Take Me I'm Yours||4:14|
|A3||World Without End||3:43|
|B3||Morning Star Ship||3:30|
|B4||Rock Of Ages||2:21|
- Mixed By, Producer – Edwin H. Kramer*
- Musician – Andy Muson, Billy Schwartz, Carl Hall, Heather MacRae, John Syomis, Ken Bichel, Peter Frampton, Rhetta Hughes, Steve Love, Tasha Thomas, Zenobia
- Written-By, Producer – Jobriath
NotesJapan original press. gatefold cover come with obi strip + Japanese insert.
|EKS-75070, 75070||Jobriath||Jobriath (LP, Album)||Elektra, Elektra||EKS-75070, 75070||US||1973|
|MOVLP2062||Jobriath||Jobriath (LP, Album, Ltd, RE, Pin)||Music On Vinyl||MOVLP2062||Netherlands||2018|
|EKS 75070||Jobriath||Jobriath (LP, Album)||Elektra||EKS 75070||Australia||1973|
|CA 80514||Jobriath||Jobriath (8-Trk, Album)||Barclay||CA 80514||France||1973|
|ELK 42 156||Jobriath||Jobriath (LP, Album, Promo)||Elektra||ELK 42 156||Germany||1973|