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Monday, August 4, 2008

ZZ TOP (ABO#097)


ZZ TOP
BEARDED WEIRDOS
(1970-2003)

One thing is really surprising : with only two albums (Eliminator, 1983 and Afterburner, 1985) ZZ Top was forever associated with that kind of mechanic boogie that can be heard on those two LPs. That's a bit reducing their whole discography (14 albums, without counting the best ofs and the live ones) which is widely richer than on that low period. It's right that they hardly managed to drop that image until they issue their 1995 album Rhythmeen which brang them back in their earlier days. Let's listen their first three albums and you'll find the real spirit of ZZ Top !








My ZZ Top Top 3 :
1. The ZZ Top's First Album (1970)
2. Tres Hombres (1973)
3. Degüello (1979)

My ZZ Top Bottom 3 :
1. Afterburner (1985)
2. El Loco (1981)
3. Eliminator (1983)

4 comments:

Vaughn said...

Nice job, but how could you've not put "Jesus, Just Left Chicago" after "Been Waitin' For The Bus All Day"? Those two songs are inseparable!

Ayah Gagöhn said...

A question of place... sad affair indeed.

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