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J. Geils at their best, which is R&B at its best
on October 4, 1998
The first two J. Geils albums, "The J. Geils Band" and "The Morning After" are so outstanding, it's not possible to capture the houserockin' flavor of the records without going "Ah, Yeahh!" This music came out when the FM radio was dominated by The Doors and The Jefferson Airplane. That's particularly funny when you hear this stuff: Peter Wolf is to rock what Delbert McClinton is to country. Just plain blues-singin' fun. Except no singer probably ever brought as much humor to flat-out nitty-gritty R&B as Wolf. Once you get ahold of "The J. Geils Band" and "The Morning After," you're gonna listen morning, noon, and night. And the CD Player is gonna be loud and hoppin'.