Full House is the first live album by the J Geils Band, recorded at The Cinderella Ballroom, Detroit on April 21-22, 1972.
If you love full blooded, R&B based rock you need to hear the first two live albums by the J Geils Band – Full House and Blow Your Face Out. Both do a great job of capturing the excitement of their live shows.
J Geils Band Full House
- First I Look At The Purse – 3:56 (J Geils Band)
- Homework – 2:34 (J Geils Band)
- Pack Fair And Square – 1:41 (J Geils Band)
- Whammer Jammer – 2:21 (The Morning After)
- Hard Drivin’ Man – 4:23 (J Geils Band)
- Serves You Right to Suffer – 9:32 (J Geils Band)
- Cruisin’ For A Love – 3:32 (J Geils Band)
- Looking For A Love – 4:55 (The Morning After)
Six songs from the band’s self-titled first album and two from their second (The Morning After) give a clear indication that the J Geils Band didn’t feel that their incendiary live sound was captured in the studio.
It’s not a surprise because you won’t believe the energy captured in this performance until you get a chance to hear it.
I will be writing a full review.
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