5 Songs To Summarize The Career Of Foghat

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Foghat has always been one of every classic rockers’ favorite band of all time, and anyone who had the chance to see them back in the 1970s and 1980s understands why. They were indeed one of the most authentic hard-working blues rock bands at the time. Foghat songs proved their authenticity and had the power to make you rock n’ roll with the rhythms. 

Keep going below for the 5 songs that Summarize the Career of Foghat:

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5. CHATEAU LAFITTE 59

The top 5 of this list is somewhat a killer track, and it’s one of the songs that summarize the career of Foghat because of being a favorite of die-hard Foghat fans. It was their closing track for their 1974 record called Rock and Roll Outlaws.

4. I JUST WANT TO MAKE LOVE TO YOU (LIVE)

Like any Foghat classic hits, there include live versions as well, and this is being one of them, in which the band had released over various times during their awesome career. There’s no doubt about the live version of “I Just Want To Make Love To You” from the album Foghat Live album of 1977 is indeed essential to their career, and showcased how phenomenal they were at live performances. 

 

3. FOOL FOR THE CITY

The live version of Fool For The City describes their astounding career, however, the studio version is perfection.  “Fool for the City,” an opening track for their album of the same name in 1975, which was their breakout album and provided them their first commercial success. 

 

2. DRIVING WHEEL

Foghat fans had always been amazed by the incredible things that the Driving Wheel provides — especially the signature dual guitar licks hit — it defines their power behind their instruments. Dring Wheel has been many times for as a soundtrack including video games. 

1. SLOW RIDE

Perhaps, the most recognizable song of Foghat, the all-time classic rock hit “Slow Ride.” The track closest out one of their most definitive album, “Fool For The City.” It’s easily their most popular song that defines the entirety of their careers over the years.