Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
|George Thorogood & Destroyers|
Move It on Over (Hybr)
Genres: Blues, Pop, Rock, Classic Rock
No Description Available No Track Information Available Media Type: SACD Artist: THOROGOOD,GEORGE Title: MOVE IT ON OVER Street Release Date: 10/28/2003
No Description Available
No Track Information Available
Media Type: SACD
Title: MOVE IT ON OVER
Street Release Date: 10/28/2003
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TheHighlander | Richfield, PA United States | 10/27/1999
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Thorogoods raw guitar sound and ample emotion on this CD make it one worth buying. It sets the tone for things that should have come but never seemed to break out on later albums. If you buy one Thorogood album, this should be the one. A staple of any blues or rock collection. Bouncing back and forth between the hard rocking (Move it on Over/who do you love) to the mournfull (The Sky is Crying) to the emotional (I'm Just Your Good Thing). This album runs the ladder of emotions up and down."
My First and Favorite George Thorogood Recording
jimnypivo | west of Chicago, USA | 08/31/2007
(4 out of 5 stars)
"I first heard this disk on vinyl when my college roommate pulled it out from his stack of twelve records.
I immediately loved George's flash and in-your-face playing style. And I still love it.
This disc has one of George's best track lists, including "Who Do You Love?" (Sam Adams beer commercial); George's signature Rock & Roll version of Hank Williams' (Senior) Country and Western classic 'Move it on Over'; the story-with-a-moral 'Cocaine Blues'; and another George favorite, 'Baby, Let's Set a Date'.
This disc is one of the better recorded of Thorogood records and is also Enthusiastically recommended."
Taking Rock Back To Its Roots
The Footpath Cowboy | Kingston, NY United States | 10/03/2008
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Along with his self-titled debut album, George Thorogood's second one, MOVE IT ON OVER, helped to bring rock & roll back to its roots. "Move It On Over" and "Who Do You Love?" got all the airplay on rock radio, but even better was a cover of Chuck Berry's "It Wasn't Me", which really rocked harder than anything this side of Ted Nugent. If you buy this album and the first one, you're off to a good start at getting to know George Thorogood."