Their next album, Dead Man, was recorded in March 1970. Josefus performed its last concert in Houston, Texas, at an auto show, though the group would later reunite in the late 1970s. In 1978, they reunited with drummer Jerry Ontiberez. They recorded four singles that were released on the Hookah label (Slave Of Fear, Let Me Move You, Hard Luck, & Wheels). In 1990, Josefus once again reunited. Doug Tull was found hanged in a jail cell in Austin, Texas
Tracks 1-7: Dead Man (1970). Originally issued as the Hookah LP H-330. Track 8 (1967): Recorded by Rip West, one of the bands that would evolve into Josefus. Track 9 (1969): The first Josefus studio session while still performing as United Gas. Tracks 10-12 (1969): Three early Josefus live tracks from a 1969 appearance at Love Street Light Circus in Houston. Tracks 13-16 (1979): Tracks 13 & 14 originally issued as Hookah 78009. Tracks 15 & 16 originally issued as Hookah 78010.
Songs in album Josefus - Son Of Dead Man (1971).
Josefus: Dead Man. Extra Tracks. 1999 digitally remastered reissue of this Texas hard rock band's 1969 debut album coupled with 'Get Off My Case', the original version of the album (featuring five tracks that didn't make it to 'Dead Man'). Disc: 1. 1. Crazy Man. 2. I Need A Woman.
Kiss I Was Made for Lovin' You (Live).
This album has an average beat per minute of 151 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 102/180 BPM). Tracklist Dead Man. 3'39. 176 BPM. 152 BPM. Recent albums by Josefus.
Two albums for the price of one; well, almost.