The J. Geils Band: The J. Geils Band
Tom Graves, Rock & Roll Disc, November 1989
WHILE I DON'T think there is a single instance of great, enduring songwriting on this disc -- don't look for any Hall of Fame nominations here -- The J. Geils Band is still a fine example of aggregate groovemaking.
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