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Customer Reviews

Great Album..Buyers Beware of the Shortened Drivin Wheel...

As previous reviewers have pointed out, DW(Drivin Wheel) has been edited. Along with those "Album Only" issues, life is often not perfect in Itunes land. Let the buyer beware. As for the material, it was kind of the "after the glow of Fool For The City" period. I think this kind of hinted that these guys had way more talent than often showed. Its a great guitar rock album that captures 70's arena rock in it's hey-day!

Real Rock & Roll

What a pleasure to hear Night Shift again – it was a staple for me years ago, and it's become a staple now. Foghat held nothing back. They played rock and roll as it should be played, with their hearts and their sweat. Every song on this album rocks. Lonesome Dave's vocals stretch across every tune like his memory should stretch through the hearts of any true rock and roll fan. Drivin' Wheel is one of the ultimate party songs – now and then.

THE Foghat Album

This was one of my favorite LPs in the '70's (dating myself severely here) and I still play it on CD; I got a copy in the '80's the first time it was released. This album kicks off in high gear with "Drivin' Wheel", and unlike most of their other discs, never lets down; their other albums always had some filler. The title song is excellent and originally opened up side two on the LP. The version of "Take Me to the River" here is unlike any version you'll hear anywhere else (the only version I've heard that compares is, oddly enough, the Talking Heads'). "I'll Be Standing By" is a cool-down and a great album closer. I'd actually give this album four-and-a-half stars; it isn't a classic on par with the greatest albums, but this under-appreciated gem is Foghat's finest record overall.


Formed: 1971 in London, England

Genre: Rock

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

Foghat specialized in a simple, hard-rocking blues-rock, releasing a series of best-selling albums in the mid-'70s. While the group never deviated from their basic boogie, they retained a large audience until 1978, selling out concerts across America and earning several gold or platinum albums. Once punk and disco came along, the band's audience dipped dramatically. With its straight-ahead, three-chord romps, the band's sound was American in origin, yet the members were all natives of England. Guitarist/vocalist...
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