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Homebelly Groove
Spin Doctors
Homebelly Groove
Genres: Pop, Rock, Classic Rock
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Recorded in 1990, this free-flowing, 77-minute live set highlights the band's firey blues-based jams and improvisational chops. Jeff Bateman


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All Artists: Spin Doctors
Title: Homebelly Groove
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 25
Label: Sony
Original Release Date: 1/1/1992
Re-Release Date: 11/24/1992
Genres: Pop, Rock, Classic Rock
Styles: Jam Bands, Rock Jam Bands, Funk Rock
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 074645330921

Recorded in 1990, this free-flowing, 77-minute live set highlights the band's firey blues-based jams and improvisational chops. Jeff Bateman

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Jeffrey Belcher | East Hartford, CT United States | 07/27/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Wonderful document of the Spin Doctors doing what they do (did) best. The sound of this live album is in-your-face as hell! Includes live versions of a few "Kryptonite" tracks like the blistering "Shinbone Alley" and "What Time is it?", and funkified, rhythmic "Refrigerator Car". The real highlights of this album, though, are the unreleased tracks included here. "Freeway of the Plains" slinks along smoothly and leads right into "Lady Kerosene", another unreleased cut. "Yo Baby" is a funk lovers dream featuring great drumming and bass playing by Aaron Comess and Mark White, respectively. The album closes with what sounds like a soundcheck called "Rosetta Stone", a beautiful, etherial song with an unforgettable chorus. If you're reading this then you're one of the few open minded people out there willing to take a step back and relish music because it's really good, despite weather or not it's hip anymore. I've had this album for years...and I still love listening to it."
hermitcrab | Australia | 06/14/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Plain straight!, This album rocks!, its live and raw, a band just hitting it's stride. If you dig rock bands live, this cd is awesome!, It's that good that before you know it you are just absorbed into the bands performance and grooving on their vibe just as much as they are, if you can get a hold of this dont let it pass you by. Great to turn on and just tune in and chill or turn up loud etc, etc.
As for SD fans in general, most would already know that there is some true gems not available on studio albums, "Yo Mamas A Pajama", "Rosetta Stone", "Sweet Widow" and "Freeway of the planes", which is enough reason to buy it alone, not much else can be said, but the Spin Doctors HG, rocks!!"
Madcat ( | Georgia | 11/09/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Truly, an album no Spin Doctors fan should be without. The Doctors are know for trasmitting a lot of energy with their songs (for the most part), and they do this even better live. The best songs include the fast, intense Lady Keronsene, the funky Yo Baby, the goofy but fun as hell Yo Mama's a Pajama, the live versions of Little Miss Can't Be Wrong and Shinbone Alley and Refrigerator Car, and the beautiful and mesmerising Sweet Widow and Rosetta Stone. Also this album includes something that the music world is sorely lacking in---great bass solos. Mark White lays down sound awesome ones on Shinbone Alley and Sweet Widow, but ESPECIALLY Refigerator Car.I honestly don't have a single complaint with this album. Like the earlier reviewer, I've had my copy for years and still listen to it. It's so good, that when you listen to it, you can almost see that lime green vibe with the blue edges."