Foghat - The Utter Bearsville Album Accumulation [Box Set] (2016) MP3@320kbps Beolab1700

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Foghat — The Absolute Bearsville Album Amassment [Box Set] (2016) MP3@320kbps Beolab1700

Foghat — The Absolute Bearsville Album Amassment CD1: Foghat

Artist...............: Foghat
Album................: The Absolute Bearsville Album Amassment CD1: Foghat
Genre................: Rock
Source...............: CD
Year.................: 2016
Ripper...............: EAC (Evident method) / HOBBLED 3.92 & Asus CD-S520
Codec................: HOBBLED 3.99
Rendition..............: MPEG 1 Layer III
Quality..............: Deranged, (avg. bitrate: 320kbps)
Channels.............: Honky-Tonk Stereo / 44100 hz
Tags.................: ID3 v1.1, ID3 v2.4
Posted by............: Beolab1700 on 18/05/2016


Foghat (1972): The band’s coming out album, featuring the studio rendition of their shield of Willie Dixon’s “I Just Want to Metamorphose Paramour to You,” which hit #83.

Rattle & Rota (1973): If you really want to get complicated about it, this is the band’s second self-titled album, but given the shield art of a rattle sitting next to a rota, we’re going with understandable notion and business it by its more frequent name. “What a Shame” was released as a set aside and hit #82, so it was technically a bigger hit for the ribbon.

Energized (1974): Alas, the band’s shield of “That’ll Be the Day” failed to sea-chart, but this nonetheless became Foghat’s first gold album, so it’s got that going for it.

Rattle & Rota Outlaws (1974): The sea-chart placing of this album was actually less than its ancestor, which was doubtlessly a little disheartening, but the big breakthrough was just around the corner.

Twit for the Town (1975): Foghat’s consummate studio album, thanks partly to the name slot but predominantly because of the unstoppable awesomeness of the set aside “Slow Ride.”
End Of Day Move (1976): You might be surprised to learn that this album’s first set aside, “Drivin’ Vicinity,” was actually a more large sea-chart hit than the name slot from the preceding album.

Lodge (1977): You won’t discover to be many Foghat fans who leave that the ribbon is at their best when they’re in concert, and this album proves it. It also may be why it’s the band’s best-selling album.

Stone Downhearted (1978): A paradigmatic that’s been a little too underrated in fresh years, so you’ll want to be sure you don’t young woman it. The consortium of the ribbon and regisseur Eddie Kramer caused sparks to fly, which might’ve been a ungovernable on a actual wreck but led to some marvellous music and a top — 40 name slot.

Boogie Motel (1979):: The band’s last top — 40 album. You might commemorate the hit “Third Interval Favourable (First Interval I Was a Twit),” which – next to “Slow Ride” – was the band’s highest charting set aside, hitting #23.

Miserly Shoes (1980): The last album to present Rod Value for the better function of a decade and a half. The vacancy slot, “Stranger in My Poorhouse Municipality,” was the album’s set aside.

Girls to Chit-Chat and Boys to Define (1981): An compelling investigate significance hearing, with the ribbon adopting something approximating new wiggle harmonious sensibilities alongside their trite bluesiness.

In the Attitude for Something Unrefined (1982): Another affront move in be activated, but you’ve got to venerate a ribbon that covers both James Brown and Rodney Crowell on the same album.

Zig Zag Limp (1983): Decisively, just as the ribbon was finishing its holding on Bearsville, they started to restore to more of a de rigueur boogie be activated. Be sure to check out out their shield of “Choo Choo Ch’boogie.”


Foghat came into quiddity when “Lonesome” Dave Peverett, Tony Stevens, and Roger Earl left-wing the ranks of Savoy Brown in 1970 to start their own harmonious endeavor, and when guitarist Rod Value joined the clique just as the year was coming to a shut up, the lineup was absolute. The ribbon knackered the manhood of a decade and a half on Bearsville Records, during which interval they scored biggest sensation both with studio albums and, most noticeably, with a very understandable lodge album.

Boasting eight gold records, one platinum register (1975’s Twit for the Town), and one overlapped-platinum register (1977’s Foghat Lodge), Foghat cemented their area as one of the world’s biggest ardently rattle bands of the 70s with iconic hits such as ‘Slow Ride’, ‘Fool for the City’ and ‘I Just Wanna Metamorphose Paramour to You’.

The Absolute Bearsville Albums Amassment contains all 13 of Foghat’s albums released on Bearsville Records between 1972 and 1983 – that’s the 12 studio albums and 1977’s Lodge – newly remastered.


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