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Album Review

Who Do You Love? rounds up a selection of songs from the blues rocker's first three albums. Recorded for Rounder, 1977's George Thorogood & the Destroyers, 1978's Move It on Over, and 1980's More George Thorogood & the Destroyers were hard-driving blues-rock records fueled by Thorogood's nasty slide playing and barstool blues vocals. This compilation includes tracks that were FM rock radio staples, like his growling cover of Hank Williams' "Move It on Over," his boozy version of John Lee Hooker's "One Bourbon, One Scotch and One Beer," and the group's pounding cover of Bo Diddley's "Who Do You Love?" The rest of the tracks are among Thorogood's best and the whole disc stands as a testament to the hard-working blues-rock Thorogood has always championed. Also included on the disc is a previously unreleased live version of "Who Do You Love?" This is a very strong collection with well-chosen tracks showing Thorogood at his peak. It should be firmly ensconced on the beer-soaked jukeboxes of neighborhood dives all across the U.S.A.

Biography

Born: 24 December 1950 in Wilmington, DE

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

A blues-rock guitarist who draws his inspiration from Elmore James, Hound Dog Taylor, and Chuck Berry, George Thorogood never earned much respect from blues purists, but he became a popular favorite in the early '80s through repeated exposure on FM radio and the arena rock circuit. Thorogood's music was always loud, simple, and direct — his riffs and licks were taken straight out of '50s Chicago blues and rock...
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