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Foghat - 1975 Fool For The City
Plenty of blues and boogie to be found on this mainstream release from British outfit Foghat.

Foghat - 1978 Stone Blue
Hard working rock band Foghat had up until this point, been an industrious lot, with numerous album releases since their inception in 1972.

Foghat - 1979 Boogie Motel
Boogie Motel' arrived between the death of disco and the coming new wave and sounded like a lot like The Eagles. Well, that was my first impression, but was definitely a big change for Foghat with a calculated move towards pop and even more noticeably Southern rock.

Foghat - 1981 Girls To Chat, Boys To Bounce
What went wrong with this lot? After the boogie meltdown of the 70's Foghat inexplicably changed direction after 'Stone Blue' and cornered themselves into a pop direction, losing all traces of their previous identity.

Foghat - 2010 Last Train Home
The material on this CD has blues and classic rock written all over it, but I'm thinking that much of the appeal that Foghat had in the 70's and 80's is now lost. For true blues fans only I would suggest.

Foghat - 2016 Under The Influence
Still hanging in there in 2016 is this version of Foghat, although barely it would seem, considering this latest album was entirely fan-funded through a Pledgemusic Campaign last year.

The Essential Series - 2017 Southern Rock & Boogie (Volume 1) by Gdazegod
Having just completed an article whereby we wrote about a selection of West Coast classics, we turn our hand to Boogie. Yes, Southern Rock boogie.