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Album Review

Foghat has been on the oldies circuit so long that the appearance of a new album is a bit of a surprise — and it’s even more so when it’s an outright blues album, as it is in 2010’s Last Train Home, their first new record in seven years. Fittingly for veterans of the arena rock ‘70s, Foghat’s blues are heavily steeped in the British Invasion’s version of the blues — they’re long on amplification and extended jams, as should be expected for a band who is an outgrowth of Savoy Brown — but their roots dig deeper, as evidenced by two good cuts with Eddie Kirkland at the end of the record. Foghat don’t reinvent these songs, but they do play with a considerable amount of energy and a precision that only a veteran touring band could have, making this a nice little surprise for hardcore fans.

Customer Reviews

Back To The BLUES!

Foghat was ALWAYS a blues band, they just had their biggest "hits" with more rock oriented material. Though "I Just Wanna Make Love To You" was amped up BLUES all the way! This CD smokes - It's authentic down & dirty blues. Fast ones, slow ones there's something for everybody. I DON'T CARE HOW MANY ORIGINAL MEMBERS ARE LEFT IN THIS BAND!!! (Same with Molly Hatchet) The members keep the music alive and keep the fire burning. BUY THIS CD!!!


I saw Foghat live in 1972, before I had ever heard their first album. All I knew was that some of them had come from Savoy Brown. They were opening for another band (can't say I remember who that was anymore - maybe Ten Years After?). But when they played that dual guitar opening to "I Just Want to Make Love to You," I had an epiphany. Instant fan for life. Their version of "Maybelline" is still the best ever. So, I have a soft spot for any new Foghat album, and this is a nice effort. But I must agree to a certain extent with other reviewers. Like the current incarnation of Foreigner, this is more a Foghat tribute band than Foghat itself. That band died with Lonesome Dave and Rod Price, never to return. So you either accept this new lineup for what it is, or mumble to yourself about "fake bands" while playing "Fool for the City."

Wow! I am very impressd!

I am happy they are back! I love every song and for me - that is very unusual to like all of a CD!


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 never deviating 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 their straight-ahead, three-chord romps, Foghat's sound was American in origin, yet the members were all natives of England. Guitarist/vocalist...
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