Here’s three brand new and brief LP reviews from the July 7, 1972 edition of the San Diego Door. First up is a Mama Lion’s Self Titled LP which has gotten more notoriety over the years for the album cover than the music (I’ll let you Google the uncensored inner album sleeve if you see fit). Equally obscure and panned is Rootin’ by rock band Navasota. Lastly is Cameron’s positive and quick take on Argent’s All Together Now. They scored a huge hit in 1972 with “Hold Your Head Up” which helped catapult All Together Now to platinum status.