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Foghat/Christopher Milk: Whisky A-Go-Go, Sunset Strip, LA

Live Review by Metal Mike Saunders, unpublished, August 1972

I WALKED IN late, so for all purposes Foghat were the opening group. People take their album seriously because Dave Edmunds was involved with it, ...

Foghat: Foghat (Bearsville)

Review by Lester Bangs, Phonograph Record, September 1972

NOBODY LIKES Savoy Brown except everybody. Why? What? Well, you know, you either like 'em or ya don't. If you do, you got no problems. ...

Foghat: Foghat (Bearsville)

Review by Bud Scoppa, Rolling Stone, September 1972

THAT'S FOGHAT, not Hogfat. And not Savoy Brown either, although with Lonesome Dave Peverett and Roger Earl in the lineup, one might see Hog – ...

Foghat: Scrabble Named Group

Report and Interview by Jim Esposito, Zoo World, May 1973

2013 NOTE: A big Savoy Brown fan back in the day, much as I loved the group's transformation which produced Street Corner Talking I was ...

Foghat: Energized (Bearsville)

Review by Loraine Alterman, New York Times, February 1974

Pop: Foghat's Energy Zap ...

Foghat: Energized

Review by Greg Shaw, Rolling Stone, April 1974

THE BIGGEST FACTOR preventing the spread of glitter rock in America is the persistent popularity of blues, particularly in the form of its degenerate offspring, ...

Foghat: Energized

Review by Robot A. Hull, Creem, May 1974

THUFFERING THUCCATASH!! A NEW FROGHAT (or is it Hookfoot?) ALBUM! Man, that's about as exciting as a re-run of Car 54, Where Are You? ...

Foghat: Road-tested In America

Profile and Interview by Jon Tiven, Zoo World, May 1974

FOGHAT DELIVERS hard English rock 'n roll with an American accent, and as such they aren't fully appreciated in their native England, where the only ...

see also Savoy Brown

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