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One Foot in the Blues
Genres: Pop, Rock, Classic Rock, Metal
No Description Available No Track Information Available Media Type: CD Artist: ZZ TOP Title: ONE FOOT IN THE BLUES Street Release Date: 11/22/1994
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No Track Information Available
Media Type: CD
Artist: ZZ TOP
Title: ONE FOOT IN THE BLUES
Street Release Date: 11/22/1994
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Warren F. (Baddadeo) from POLK CITY, FL
Reviewed on 6/22/2011...
Man, I dig ZZ. If you like to chill out with that deep, raspy, trademark sound, you'll like this album. ZZ has influenced so many bands that it's no wonder they have a million tribute wanna-bes. Slide over, Beard and the boys are drivin.
Must Have For ZZ Fans...First Timers Get The Box...
"The Woj" | Downers Grove, IL | 12/01/2003
(4 out of 5 stars)
"With the release of the "Chrome, Smoke & BBQ" box, this album is pretty much rendered obsolete. Almost all the tracks presented here are included in the box; and with better sound quality. So for ZZ fans who want to pop this in their car cd player and go, it's a great compilation (with the exception, however, of "Heaven, Hell Or Houston" ...arguably the worst song ZZ ever did...yet it is on almost every "greatest" album or box). If you do not already own any ZZ Top cds, the "Chrome.." 4 cd box is definitely the way to go. You can not go wrong with Billy Gibbons on guitar, period."
Have Mercy Reverend Billy!
E. Voorhies | United States | 03/24/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I am 50 yers old and been playing electric blues/rock most of my life. I know the real thing from the counterfeit, and Billy Gibbons is the "real thang!" When ZZ Top first started becoming popular I was playing in the Memphis tennessee club circuit and the word was getting around about this little blues band from Texas that had been gigging in the area which featured a really hot lead guitarist. When i saw them at the Memphis Coliseum I found out what people were talking about. That's the reputation that they had at the time........hot and funky texas blues. I'm glad this CD was released because it is a good picture of where the band seemed to be heading in the early days. The CD is worth the price paid just for the first three songs alone. Billy Gibbons can play the blues! Nuff said!"