Nov 09, · referencing Jobriath, CD, Album, RE, RM, Early pressings of this CD also misspelled Jobriath as Jobraith on the artwork spine too. Reply Notify me Helpful [m] Master Release. Edit Master Release Data Correct. Add all to Wantlist Remove /5(). Jobriath's songs are big-screen Cinerama, the slightest motion ten feet tall, the tiniest whisper Sensurround sharp. And just when you think they can't get any bigger, "Blow Away" wraps things up with a choral concerto, a hammy hymn, an exaggeration so huge that even the lyrical lift from Three Little Piggies sounds dramatic and profound.8/ Jobriath is the debut album of the artists by the same name. His music and personality can be compared to David Bowie and Elton John. It’s an grandiose exploration through the world of science fiction and sexuality. With his voice he combines the opera with vaudeville and he .
Jobriath was an openly gay Glam Rocker, artist and actor. In the late 60s he called himself Jobriath Salisbury and was a member of the Psychedelic Folk Rock band Pidgeon (2). When he started his solo career in the early 70s, he used the name Jobriath Boone. Find Jobriath discography, albums and singles on AllMusic. It looks like you're using an ad blocker. AllMusic relies on advertising to keep providing the reviews, biographies, historical information and new release coverage our users have relied on for over 25 years. Both Jobriath's original studio albums were officially reissued on CD in Japan in late , remastered and issued in mini-vinyl replica sleeves. They were released in the U.S. in standard jewel-box packaging in by Collectors' Choice Music. Mar 31, · Jobriath performs Space Clown from his self-titled debut. Subscribe for more Jobriath, make sure you check out the new documentary called 'Jobriath A.D.'! Jobriath (‘'83 also known as Jobriath Boone or Jobriath Salisbury),born Bruce Wayne Campbell, was an American glam rock superstar. He was the first openly gay rock star to be signed to a major. Jobriath was a glam-rock singer, songwriter, and entertainer who recorded only two unsuccessful albums. Historians consider him the first openly gay rock musician. Once a member of the original Los Angeles run of the musical "Hair", Jobriath then relocated to New York, where he recorded one album () with the progressive rock group Pidgeon.