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Ice Breaker (For The Big M) - The J. Geils Band - The J. Geils Band (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. The first five albums by Boston rockers J. Geils Band are collected here in Warner Bros. Original Album Series box set. While the band would later find major chart success in the early '80s, the swaggering, bluesy party rock of their early output made them a beloved American touring act as they packed arenas throughout the early '70s.
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of The J. Geils Band on Discogs.
  3. Check out Ice Breaker (For the Big "M") by The J. Geils Band on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on imalnersiolongpertakanotgeveher.coinfo
  4. The eponymous debut album of J. Geils Band () established them as a true rockin’ ensemble, with a high fun factor added to the mix. Consisting of a number of cover versions of artists like Otis Rush (“Homework”) and John Lee Hooker (“Serves You Right To Suffer”) as well as their own compositions (“What’s Your Hurry”, “Hard Drivin’ Man”), The J. Geils Band set the bar 5/5(3).
  5. The band had once been known as the J. Geils Blues Band, but its debut album revealed the stylistic range it had long developed. In an effusive contemporary review, a journalist for rock magazine Creem praised the diversity and wrote: "It could be called blues, it could be called R&B, it could be called rock and roll; I prefer to call it good energetic music and leave it at that.
  6. The J. Geils Band's self-titled debut serves notice that rock & roll wasn't dead in despite the best efforts of the singer/songwriter brigade. Though it sounds a bit reserved in the light of the albums that followed, compared to the majority of bands on the scene, .
  7. "The J. Geils Band"(Atlantic )imalnersiolongpertakanotgeveher.coinfo J. Geils Band is the self-titled debut album by American rock band The J. Geils Band, released in (see in music).Track listing Side one.
  8. J. Geils, guitar Danny Klein, bass Stephen Bladd, drums, vocals Selections: Side One: 1. Wait 2. Ice Breaker (For The Big "M") 3. Cruisin' For A Love 4. Hard Drivin' Man 5. Serves You Right To Suffer Side Two: 1. Homework 2. First I Look At The Purse 3. What's Your Hurry 4. On Borrowed Time 5. Pack Fair And Square 6. Sno-Cone.
  9. Ice Breaker (For the Big "M") Album Credits. Writers Al Perkins (The Perker), Dave Clark, Juke Joint Jimmy & 2 more. More The J. Geils Band albums Showtime! Freeze Frame.

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