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on February 25, 2010
It should be noted that Foghat started out as Savoy Brown, Dave, Tony and Roger left to form their own band and recruited Rod Price on slide. Craig MacGregor joined on the Fool for the City tour on bass, this is the first album with him. I like this and Stone Blue best, but am very partial to Energized and Rock&Roll Outlaws as well, so if you like Foghat for Foghat and not just Slow Ride you will love this cd. This has what I feel is the best Take me to the River ever recorded by anyone, Driving Wheel and Don't Run Me Down(which I believe VanHalen stole for Poundcake) rock out hard, all great driving tunes too, especially Night Shift. The guitar work is killer, Foghat never got just due for the great musicianship they portrayed and continue to. This is a Foghat fans album and if you aren't one, it will make you one.

The review about the song times and 45 version is wrong, I just bought this and they are all exactly as long as the LP. You probably ran into a Rhino album, I had many an issue with Rhino records releasing 45 versions of songs especially Slow Ride, this release is true to the album. This is the original, thought you should know, I bought it 1/10.
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on December 19, 2012
This is one of my favorite rock albums. The entire album, both sides, is filled with blues-induced Foghat Rock! An extremely well done album. Foghat "Live" is at their peak (recorded live 1977). I believe this is their peak in the studio (1976).

Masterful blues/rock!
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on September 13, 2016
Love it!
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on February 19, 2009
I have owned this cd since it was released in 1990 on Rhino Records, But have recently bought it again for the previously unreleased tune "New Place To Call Home" if you haven't heard this song, its an outstanding tune similar to the song "Paradise Alley" from the album "Boogie Motel" I highly recommend this cd.
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on June 25, 2015
this is a great album with good stuff
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on February 17, 2015
Just an Old blues album, but I forgot how great it was
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on November 3, 2014
Olde but a goodie
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on January 30, 2013
great cd for my dad for a christmas present! as a cd collector my dad wanted this cd...hard to find now a days!
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on June 29, 2012
This is one of my favorites from Foghat, so instead of doing the Itunes thing I wanted to have the genuine item. Well worth it.
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