“Tres Hombres” by ZZ Top - album review

TJR says

The breakthrough album from the Texan trio was delivered in July, 1973, placing them as a Top 10 album artists. Considering they're operating in the fields of Southern Rock and Blues Boogie, they somehow manage to stand apart, finding a bit of a groove which is not too disagreeable to my inbuilt Rock scepticism. They line-up: Billy Gibbons (guitar, vocals), Dusty Hill (bass guitar, backing vocals) and Frank Beard (drums, percussion). Speaking of the breakthrough, Gibbons said: “We could tell that we had something special. The record became quite the turning point for us. The success was handwriting on the wall, because from that point we became honorary citizens of Memphis.

The Jukebox Rebel
12-Feb-2016

A1 [02:59] 4.7.png ZZ Top - Waitin’ For The Bus (Billy Gibbons, Dusty Hill) Blues Rock / Soul Rock
A2 [03:30] 6.0.png ZZ Top - Jesus Just Left Chicago (Billy Gibbons, Dusty Hill, Frank Beard) Blues Rock / Soul Rock
A3 [03:23] 4.2.png ZZ Top - Beer Drinkers & Hell Raisers (Billy Gibbons, Dusty Hill, Frank Beard) Rock
A4 [03:33] 4.2.png ZZ Top - Master Of Sparks (Billy Gibbons) Rock
A5 [03:14] 4.0.png ZZ Top - Hot, Blue And Righteous (Billy Gibbons) Soft Rock / A.O.R.
B1 [02:32] 4.6.png ZZ Top - Move Me On Down The Line (Billy Gibbons, Dusty Hill) Rock
B2 [03:09] 4.3.png ZZ Top - Precious And Grace (Billy Gibbons, Dusty Hill, Frank Beard) Rock
B3 [03:52] 5.8.png ZZ Top - La Grange (Billy Gibbons, Dusty Hill, Frank Beard) Blues Rock / Soul Rock
B4 [04:05] 4.9.png ZZ Top - Shiek (Billy Gibbons, Dusty Hill) Rock
B5 [03:15] 5.4.png ZZ Top - Have You Heard? (Billy Gibbons, Dusty Hill) Blues Rock / Soul Rock




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