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Hard Drivin Man - The J. Geils Band - Ice Breaker (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Tojashura says:
    J Geils Band on LP. The J. Geils Band's self-titled debut serves notice that rock & roll wasn't dead in despite the best efforts of the singer/songwriter brigade. Though it sounds a bit reserved in the light of the albums that followed, compared to the majority of bands on the scene, it was a nonstop blast of energy, fun, and sweat.
  2. Zut says:
    Oct 21,  · I'm a Man ( Remaster) J Geils - Full House - (Album ) - Duration: SwooperMoonpie , views. The J. Geils Band - 'Come Back' (Long Version); drum-cover / .
  3. Tugul says:
    Oct 31,  · In my opinion, the first two J Geils Band albums were their best. There is nothing pretentious about it - just good solid rocking blues with old-school instrumentation - bass, guitar, drums, B3 Organ, and harp. Peter Wolf is one of the best deliveries of this type of music. Short songs, good lean (and raw) production, and recorded well. Buy it/5(27).
  4. Mezill says:
    Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about The J. Geils Band - The J. Geils Band at Discogs. Complete your The J. Geils Band collection.
  5. Mezishakar says:
    The J. Geils Band was engineered and mixed by the legendary Jay Messina, whose encyclopedic credit list includes the likes of John Lennon, Patti Smith and Aerosmith. Consequently, the folks at Speakers Corner had some good tape to work with, and this pure-analog remaster stomps the flat-sounding CD [Atlantic ].
  6. Meziran says:
    May 12,  · Black, earthy and with casually interposed phrases on the befitting harmonica, the Geils Band gives their premiere in the world of the blues with "Waits." In the very next number ("Ice Breaker") the keyboarder Seth Justman hots up the action with a meaty organ groove while 'Magic' Dick Salwitz gives his utmost on his blues harp with top notes.
  7. Zuzshura says:
    The band had once been known as the J. Geils Blues Band, but its debut album revealed the stylistic range it had long developed. In an effusive contemporary review, a journalist for rock magazine Creem praised the diversity and wrote: "It could be called blues, it could be called R&B, it could be called rock and roll; I prefer to call it good energetic music and leave it at that.
  8. Vinris says:
    The thing about the J. Geils Band is that live, they are positively amazing! If you like balls to the walls, crazy, sweaty, rockin' R&B, there was never a better party than Live Geils. However, in the studio, it was a pretty hit and miss affair. That's what makes this anthology such a good deal.
  9. Kajigrel says:
    Aug 29,  · off the 1st album. Song Wait (Single/LP Version) Artist The J. Geils Band; Licensed to YouTube by.

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