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Silent Treatment - Foghat - Zig-Zag Walk (CD, Album)

Posted by 30.12.2019 in Classical

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  1. Listen to Foghat Radio featuring songs from Zig Zag Walk free online. Listen to free internet radio, sports, music, news, talk and podcasts. Stream live events, live play-by-play NFL, MLB, NBA, NHL, college football, NCAA basketball, and Premier League .
  2. Foghat's Bearsville Best! This set has Foghat's first 13 LPs, digitally remastered and, thus, sounding better than ever! The collection has everything except the band's release, "Return of the Boogie Men." All feature Lonesome Dave. (RIP) Sounding better than ever, this CD set is the perfect gift for any hard core Foghat fan.5/5(15).
  3. The 13th release, and the final to appear on Bearsville records, Zig-Zag Walk is an extension of Foghat's backslide into blues- and R&B-based guitar rock. With the glory years well behind them in , the band was content to churn out this rather unremarkable yet competent recording of stripped-down boogie rock.
  4. "Zig Zag Walk" is a far cry from the classic Foghat hard rock sound. Instead it's mostly attempts at the new wave sound with a few experiments thrown in, such as the boogie-woogie a-la Stray Cats in "Cho Ch'Boogie" and "Three Wheeled Cadillac" and the 50's style rock and roll of "It'll Be Me".
  5. This album has nothing to do with the heavy '70s Foghat.. Lonesome Dave is here, as well as Roger Earl. That's about it. This is more dance music or rockabilly than Foghat. Silent Treatment is very country. Down the Road a Piece sounds like a Johnny B Goode wannabe. I LOVE Foghat but this isn't Foghat/5(6).

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