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Roger Earl, Lonesome Dave Peverett, Tone Stevens - Before Foghat Days - Recorded in 1969 mp3

Roger Earl, Lonesome Dave Peverett, Tone Stevens - Before Foghat Days - Recorded in 1969 mp3 Performer: Roger Earl, Lonesome Dave Peverett, Tone Stevens
Album: Before Foghat Days - Recorded in 1969
Country: US
Released: 1979
Style: Rock & Roll, Rockabilly, Boogie Woogie, Blues Rock, Memphis Blues
Label: London Records
Genre: Rock / Blues
Catalog #: LC 50018
Size MP3: 1028 mb.
Rating: 4.4/5
Votes: 691
Record Source: Vinyl, LP, Album




Tracklist


1Matchbox
Songwriter – Carl Perkins
2:25
2Be-Bop-A-Lula
Songwriter – Vincent, Davis
2:20
3Shake, Rattle And Roll
Songwriter – Charles Calhoun
2:52
4Linda Lou
Songwriter – Jon Jelmer
2:18
5Sweet Little Lucy
Songwriter – Phillips
2:45
6Honey Don't
Songwriter – Carl Perkins
2:40
7Blue Suede Shoes
Songwriter – Carl Perkins
2:20
8Money Honey
Songwriter – Jesse Stone
2:53
9Mean Woman Blues
Songwriter – Claude DeMetrius
3:20
10Blue Jean Boogie
Songwriter – Phillips
1:50
11Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On
Songwriter – Williams, David
2:32
12Keep-A-Knockin'
Songwriter – Mays, Williams
2:12


Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
SPA 43, SPA.43Warren Phillips And The Rockets The World Of Rock And Roll ‎(LP)Decca, DeccaSPA 43, SPA.43UK1969
PAS-71044Warren Phillips And The Rockets Rocked Out ‎(LP, Album)ParrotPAS-71044Venezuela1970
PA 43Warren Phillips And The Rockets The World Of Rock And Roll ‎(LP, Mono)DeccaPA 43UK1969
LC 50018Warren Phillips And The Rockets The World Of Rock And Roll ‎(LP)LondonLC 50018US1969
SPA-43Warren Phillips And The Rockets The World Of Rock And Roll ‎(LP)DeccaSPA-43Australia1969


Credits


  • BassTone Stevens
  • DrumsRoger Earl
  • KeyboardsBob Hall
  • Rhythm GuitarLonesome Dave Peverett


Notes


Original 1st press version with "sterling" on dead wax. NO "Special Price" on cover.
This album was previously released as "Warren Phillips and The Rockets".
Recorded in 1969 during "their lunch break" while recording the SAVOY BROWN album "A Further Step" in the USA, pre-FOGHAT members Peverett, Stevens & Earl, along with keyboard / piano player Bob Hall laid down these rock & roll classics, all of them in 1-take "live" playing!!!
c 1979, LONDON RECORDS, INC. 539 West 25th Street, New York, N.Y. 10001


Barcodes


  • Matrix / Runout (A Side): ZAL-9237-17
  • Matrix / Runout (B Side): ZAL-9238 STERLING


Companies


  • Copyright (c) – London Records, Inc.
  • Lacquer Cut At – Sterling Sound


Album


Recorded in 1969 during their lunch break while recording the SAVOY BROWN album A Further Step in the USA, pre-FOGHAT members Peverett, Stevens & Earl, along with keyboard, piano player Bob Hall laid down these rock & roll classics, all of them in 1-take live playing c 1979, LONDON RECORDS, INC. 539 West 25th Street, New York, N. Foghat soon recorded their first, self-titled album for Bearsville Records, with Todd Rundgren and Dave Edmunds each producing tracks. With the success of an early single, a cover version of Willie Dixon's I Just Want to Make Love to You, their debut release soon went gold. Foghat success. This would be the first of many gold and platinum albums for Peverett. In 1974, Foghat released two gold albums, Energized and Rock and Roll Outlaws. Personnel: Lonesome Dave-guitarvocal, Tone Stevens-bass, Roger Earl-drums, Bob Hall-piano. Dave Peverett, 56, of the Rock Band Foghat. The Original Foghat's lay it down version of the classic blues number. Foghat Eight Days on the Road Live 1974 Rock and Roll Outlaws TV. Dave Peverett, Harvey Brooks, Mo Potts, Rod Pricel - Love that Earl is the man with the beat. Pounding his drums for over 40 years, this British rock nroller is partial to rock & blues always has been. Born in England on May 16, 1946 Roger grew up in Hounslow West London. Music was always encouraged in the Earl household. In December of 1970, Roger and Dave Peverett left SAVOY BROWN to form FOGHAT. They hooked up with Rod Price and released their first record in 1972 on the Bearsville Label a subsidiary of Warner Brothers and followed with their first U. Looking In 1969 Decca SKL 5066. Warren Phillips & The Rockets. The World of Rock & Roll 1970 Decca SPA 43. The image is a scan of the item which is for sale. Before Foghat Days - Recorded in 1969 Original 1st US. items in stock. Cover, Media grading. Rhythm Guitar. Dave Peverett. Bob Hall. Roger Earl. Tone Stevens. More music by Foghat. Lonesome Dave Peverett was the lead singer of British blues-rock foursome Foghat. The band's musical roots were steeped in early rock, classic bluesboogie blues, and earned a reputation for exciting Read Full Biography. Lonesome' Dave Peverett was born on April 16, 1943 in Dulwich, London, England. He died on February 7, 2000 in Orlando, Florida, USA. Did You Know Trivia: Member of 60s rock bands Savoy Brown and Foghat. Star Sign: Aries. Getting Started Contributor Zone . Contribute to This Page. Clear your history. Lonesome Dave Peverett is best known as lead singer, guitarist and founding member of 1970s rock legends, Foghat. Peverett penned two of the band's most well-known hits, Slow Ride and Fool For The City , both of which helped propel them to become a successful arena rock act and FM radio favorite. Foghats trademark electric-slide, guitar-driven, blues-rock n boogie sound along with their catchy riffs and vocal hooks helped the band garner a slew of gold and platinum records throughout the 1970s that continue to resonate loudly today. Foghat Website. In the late 1960s Roger Earl & Lonesome Dave Peverett first toured America as members of the seminal British band Savoy Brown. Together with guitarist Kim Simmonds, Savoy Brown was on the cutting edge of the emerging British blues-rock scene, and they influenced countless musicians on both sides of the pond. In 1971, wanting to give a more Rock n Roll flavor to the blues-boogie music they were playing with Savoy, Dave & Roger enlisted leadslide guitarist Rod Price & bassist Tony Stevens, formed a new band, Foghat, and t. Foghat toured and recorded non-stop into the mid-eighties. Tony Stevens had left the band in 1974 to pursue other interests, and was replaced by bassist Craig MacGregor with a short stint with Nick Jameson in between. Rod Price departed the band in 1980. In 1985 Lonesome Dave returned to England for a well-deserved break from touring, while Roger remained in the US and continued to carry the Foghat flag with non-stop touring with various new musicians and Foghat alumni. In 1989 Lonesome Dave resumed touring in the states with future member Bryan Bassett


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