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Live: Blow Your Face Out by J. Geils Band

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Live: Blow Your Face Out

J. Geils Band

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Album

Live: Blow Your Face Out

J. Geils Band

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Label: Rhino Atlantic
Released long before "Centerfold" took over the world in 1981, Boston's boogie-obsessed rock 'n' soul masters come off as the most fun live band ever on this 1976 combination of three sets. Just try not to move during "Southside Shuffle, "So Sharp" -- or any song. Peter Wolf's FM DJ-style introduction to "Musta Got Lost" is legendary, and "(Ain't Nothin' But A) House Party" has an all-time-great rock guitar riff opening. Not surprisingly, though, Magic Dick (best stage name ever!) consistently steals the show with his harmonica.

About This Album

Released long before "Centerfold" took over the world in 1981, Boston's boogie-obsessed rock 'n' soul masters come off as the most fun live band ever on this 1976 combination of three sets. Just try not to move during "Southside Shuffle, "So Sharp" -- or any song. Peter Wolf's FM DJ-style introduction to "Musta Got Lost" is legendary, and "(Ain't Nothin' But A) House Party" has an all-time-great rock guitar riff opening. Not surprisingly, though, Magic Dick (best stage name ever!) consistently steals the show with his harmonica.

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About This Album

Released long before "Centerfold" took over the world in 1981, Boston's boogie-obsessed rock 'n' soul masters come off as the most fun live band ever on this 1976 combination of three sets. Just try not to move during "Southside Shuffle, "So Sharp" -- or any song. Peter Wolf's FM DJ-style introduction to "Musta Got Lost" is legendary, and "(Ain't Nothin' But A) House Party" has an all-time-great rock guitar riff opening. Not surprisingly, though, Magic Dick (best stage name ever!) consistently steals the show with his harmonica.