Nick Jameson / Dave Edmunds / Tom Dawes / Tony Outeda / Eddie Kramer
The complete Bearsville albums collection is a 13 cd box set with all the albums released between 1972-1983 from the rock and roll greats Foghat.
The cd´s are newly remastered and sounding better than ever, no bonus tracks, just the classic records from start to finish. What else do we need? Perhaps a giant moustache?
We´re talking the band with greatest moustaches in rock and roll, and who hasn´t played airguitar to the 1977 album Foghat Live. One of the 20 best live albums ever.
This box set covers the era of the classic line up of Lonesome Dave Everett – Lead Vocals/Guitar, Rod Price – Lead Guitar, Craig McGregor – Bass and Roger Earl – Drums.
But also the original line up that also featured Tony Stevens – Bass, on the first 4 albums.
Dave Peverett was a great singer but tragically passed away in cancer at the age of 56 in the year of 2000, five years later in 2005, guitarist Rod Price died from a heart attack. He was 57.
Foghat´s sound is a perfect blend of boogie rock and southern rock similar to bands like Status Quo meets 38 Special and even Bachman Turner Overdrive at times.
Your classic rock collection isn´t complete without Foghat´s “Fool for the city”, “Night shift” or “Live”.
Their 80´s albums aren´t as good as the ones from the 70´s , the band went from boogie rock to new wave oriented rock a la The Motors on their 80´s albums, but they are still worth checking out.
Foghat : I just wanna make love to you, Sarah Lee
Foghat (Rock and roll) : Ride ride ride, What a shame
Energized : Honey hush, Home in my hand
Rock and roll outlaws : Eight days on the road, Dreamer
Fool for the city : Fool for the city, Slow ride
Night shift : Drivin´ wheel, Burning the midnight oil
Foghat live : I just wanna make love to you, Slow ride
Stone blue : Stone blue, Chevrolet
Boogie motel : Somebody´s been sleeping in my bed, Love in motion
Tight shoes : Full time lover, Stranger in my home town
Girls to chat and boys to bounce : Let me get close to you, Second childhood
In the mood for something rude : Take this heart of mine, Back for the taste of your love
Zig-zag walk : That´s what love can do, Jenny don´t mind
Temple of the Dog was an American rock band that formed in Seattle, Washington in 1990. It was conceived by vocalist Chris Cornell of Soundgarden as a tribute to his friend, the late Andrew Wood, lead singer of Malfunkshun and Mother Love Bone. The line-up included Stone Gossard on rhythm guitar, Jeff Ament on bass guitar (both ex-members of Mother Love Bone), Mike McCready on lead guitar, Matt Cameron on drums, and Eddie Vedder (Pearl Jam) providing some lead and backing vocals.