9 thoughts on “ Stone Blue - Foghat - The Definitive Rock Collection (CD) ”
Sadly, the resulting album, Stone Blue, is only intermittently successful because it never finds the right balance to make this compromise work. A good example is the title track: It has all the energy of a classic Foghat track and adds in some nice vocal harmonies, but it lacks the thick, bass-heavy bottom end and the bluesy edge that fuelled.
Hard Rock Boogie Rock Arena Rock Album Rock Blues-Rock Heavy Metal. Group Members. Live/Stone Blue: Foghat: Primary Artist, Producer: Slow Ride: Primary Artist The Definitive Rock Collection: Foghat: Primary Artist: The Greatest Rockin' 70's Hits of All Time.
Foghat were one of the very best blues rock bands at their peak, basically when they were et Bearsville Records in the US, which is where this compilation 2 CD represent. 30 tracks, including 6 single versions. (I like single versions of singles on compilation albums, which increases the value of purchasing them.) There is also a promo single of/5(9).
Just the song "Stone Blue" alone is worth the album 6 minutes of Rod Price and 'Lonesome Dave' Peverett cranking out the blues and slide guitars, and all of it guaranteed to keep you glued in front of the speakers - but that's not all this album has to offer. In the early 80's Foghat started doing more of a standard rock sound, doing less /5(25).