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Black Oak Arkansas'
Black Oak ArkansasBlack Oak Arkansas is an American Southern rock band named after the band's hometown of Black Oak, Arkansas. The band reached the height of its fame in the 1970s with ten charting albums released in that decade. Their style is punctuated by multiple guitar players and the raspy voice and on-stage antics of vocalist Jim Dandy Mangrum.
Their self-titled debut album Black Oak Arkansas was released in 1971, and is generally regarded by fans as the band's best. The record featured enduring BOA classics like Hot And Nasty, Lord Have Mercy On My Soul, Uncle Lijiah (written in pseudo-tribute to Harvey Jett's real-life great uncle) and When Electricity Came To Arkansas, which was wrongfully accused by fundamentalist religious groups of containing backward-masked Satanic messages (possibly from a live performance of the song in which Mangrum utters natas three times).
The band toured extensively, gaining a reputation as a premier live act throughout the early '70s all across America, and later even in Europe.1. Uncle Lijiah
2. Memories At The Window
3. The Hills Of Arkansas
4. I Could Love You
5. Hot And Nasty
6. Singing The Blues
7. Lord Have Mercy On My Soul
8. When Electricity Came To Arkansas$34.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
Klipsch Heritage Forte III Floorstanding Speaker
When it was first introduced in 1985, the Forte quickly became the most popular Klipsch model. The elegant design and spectacular performance made the Forte standout among its competitors. In 2017, Klipsch brought the Forte back as part of the Heritage speaker series. The new Forte III features an updated look and the latest advancements in acoustic engineering, while maintaining the original charm that made the Forte such a hit.
- High efficiency, full range loudspeaker
- Designed and made in the USA with domestic and imported components
- 15 Passive Radiator for full range performance
- Book-Match wood veneer sold as grain-matched pairs
- Built to last
High Efficiency + High Performance
The Forte III features a three-way design using a 12" woofer and horn-loaded midrange and tweeter. The new Forte III uses brand new state of the art drivers including midrange and tweeter titanium compression drivers for a smooth and powerful response. The Forte III's new midrange horn uses patented technology to improve coverage and control of the key mid-frequency band.
New Patented Midrange
The Forte III's new midrange horn uses patented technology to improve coverage and control of the key mid-frequency band. There's no listening experience like it on the planet.
Designed And Made In The USA Using Domestic And Imported Components
Don't mess with perfection. Although there were some important upgrades made to the Forte III, it remains practically unchanged since its creation. Do you remember great sound? Klipsch does, too. The Forte III enclosure is still proudly made in the USA, by expert craftsmen in Hope, Arkansas. Just like Paul W. Klipsch (PWK) intended.
15 Passive Radiator Yields Full Range Performance
There is a secret in the back of the cabinet of the Forte III. The Forte III's well-extended bass is found in the use of a rear-mounted passive radiator. A giant 15" (38 cm) in size, this sub-bass radiator operates on acoustic pressure generated by the woofer while allows for greater bass output and extension.
Book-Matched Wood Veneer
Klipsch consistently uses book-matched wood veneers for the Heritage series. The veneer leaves are kept in order as they are delicately sliced from the timber and precisely arranged to offer a mirror image at the splice joint - just like turning the pages of a book. This grants each speaker a more aesthetically pleasing and consistent appearance that is treasured more than any other cut of wood veneer.
Perfection At The Granular Level
Every pair of Forte III loudspeakers is grain-matched using wood veneer panels that originate from the same timber. Each cabinet is precisely matched so that each speaker in the pair is almost indistinguishable from the other. The speakers move seamlessly together through the factory. Each finished product is carfully inspected and labeled with sequential serial numbers, to ensure that each pair of speakers leave the factory as a meticulously crafted set.
Built To Last
Not a single detail goes unnoticed. Klipsch speakers are built to rock the house and stand up to the test of time. The Forte III is meticulously handcrafted and assembled with the finest quality materials, even down to the highest-grade adhesives and fasteners. This is a speaker that will be passed down from generation to generation.
More Depth - Less Deep
The Forte III is designed to fill large rooms with outstanding sound without having to sacrifice too much floorspace. At a mere 13 (33cm) deep, the Forte III is thinner than any Heritage Series or Reference Premiere floorstanding speaker - yet still able to provide incredible, robust acoustics.
Finish In Style
The Forte III real-wood veneer is offered in four distinct finishes including Distressed Oak, Cherry, Black Ash and Walnut - all designed to coordinate with your home's dÉcor.
Klipsch built the Forte III with high-quality, heavy-duty bi-wire capable input terminals to cater to your desired audio preference.
Have a question about this product? Please email our audio advisor or call 1-877-929-8729 with any questions or concerns regarding your equipment purchase.$1,800.00Heritage Forte III Floorstanding Speaker - Single - 4 Colors Available Buy Now
- High efficiency, full range loudspeaker
Coast To CoastThe River City Tanlines (named in honor of the farmer tan) is a three-piece rock band from Memphis, TN. Principle songwriter and hardest working woman in the music business, Alicja Trout, is a veteran of countless noteworthy punk/indie bands over the years, including The Clears, The Lost Sounds and her current projects Alicja-pop, MouseRocket and Black Sunday. Likewise the powerful rhythm section of Terrence Bishop and John Bonds are no strangers to the scene either, having played together behind such names as Jack Oblivion, R.L. Burnside, Jim Dandy & Black Oak Arkansas, and Monsieur Jeffrey Evans.
In 2009 the River City Tanlines appeared in Craig Brewer's (Hustle and Flow, Black Snake Moan) web-series Five Dollar Cover for MTV, and performed I'm Your Negative in a rollerderby fight scene. They also have a song (Black Knight, a crowd favorite at live shows) featured in the EA Sports video game Skate. Together since late 2004, the band has toured extensively in North America and Europe playing clubs and festivals, and has ten releases on various record labels around the world. Their last album I'm Your Negative was released in 2006 by Dirtnap Records out of Portland, OR.
This, their newest offering, Coast To Coast, was produced by Bruce Watson (Hasil Adkins, T-Model Ford, John Paul Keith) at his Dial Back Sound Studios and will be released on Big Legal Mess Records/Fat Possum. The 10-song set runs the gamut from the galloping opener I Don't Get It to the poppy Stop My Heart to the Ramones-esque Pretty Please and the psyche rock of Dark Matter, all adding up to what is sure to become another Memphis classic!1. I Don't Get It
2. Stop My Heart
3. Pretty Please
5. When I Became You
6. Dark Matter
7. You Shot Me
8. Can't Stand You Anymore
9. Can You Handle This Heart
10. Waiting For Nothing$16.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
The Knowbody ElseLimited edition vinyl pressing of the "lost" studio album from southern rock legends Black Oak Arkansas, recorded in 1969, two years prior to their major label debut with the same classic line-up of the band - with James "Jim Dandy" Mangrum on vocals and Ricky "Ricochet" Reynolds on guitar!1. Hold Me Down
2. In Your Quiet Home
3. Fools And Friends
4. No One And The Sun
5. Vieux Carre
6. Flying Horse Of Louisiana
7. After I Smoke, I Like To Sleep
8. One Life Two Live
9. Black Blues$25.99Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now